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How many constellations are there?
Higher light wavelengths have ___ energy
What does the spectrum of a star tell us?
If a star has a negative apparent magnitude, what does this mean?
Luminosity depends on
What powers stars?
Which is NOT an inner layer of a star?
Which is NOT part of the atmosphere of a star?
How do most stars exist?
Tight, spherical clusters of stars that are the same age and the same distance from Earth are called
Stars are classified by their
A star's ___ determines its temperature and color
Which has the shortest life span?
Why do higher-mass stars have short life spans?
When do stars leave the main sequence?
Which star leaves the main sequence and turns into a red giant and later a white dwarf?
What holds galaxies together?
It is thought that more than 90% of the universe is made of
How are galaxies distributed throughout the universe?
Air is heated by
The sun heats all of the following quickly EXCEPT
What does a thermometer measure?
Cooler air sinks because it is
What do clouds need to form?
What precipitation falls from the clouds when the air temperature is below freezing?
When a warm air mass rises quickly and cools rapidly
The National Weather Service is
Particles of air move farther apart when
The Sun hits the Earth at an angle
These can occur during hurricanes and/or thunderstorms.
These clouds are low and gray. They block the Sun's rays.
An instrument that measures wind speed is
An instrument that measures air pressure is
A large body of air with about the same temperature and humidity is
The amount of moisture in the air is
A prediction made by a meteorologist is a
This instrument that measures the amount of moisture in the air
The line where two air masses meet
The correct FLOW of water throught the water cycle is
A condition in which the body doesn't get the nutrients it needs to grow and function properly.
The ability of the body to respond quickly and appropriately to situations.
Persons who create an atmosphere in which the alcoholic can comfortably continue his or her unacceptable behavior.
A gathering in which family and friends get the problem drinker to agree to seek help.
Drugs that slow down the body's functions and reactions.
A return to the use of a drug after attempting to stop.
Other ways of thinking or acting.
The process of learning to live an alcohol-free life.
A progressive, chronic disease involving a mental and physical need for alcohol.
A process in which your body needs more and more of a drug to get the same effect.
A person's mental and physical abilities have been impaired by alcohol.
A conscious or unconscious restraint of a person's own behaviors or actions.
A physical or psychological need for a drug.
A pattern of drinking that results in one or more well-defined behaviors within a 12-month period.
A disease characterized by scarring and eventual destruction of the liver.
A condition in which fats build up in the liver and cannot be broken down.
The consumption of a large quantity of alcohol in a very short period of time.
A drug that is produced by a chemical reaction in fruits, vegetables, and grains.
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If I started a business and ran it, what would I be?
If I go to another country, what will I need to be able to buy things?
What was the unidentified aircraft at the beginning of the story?
What happened to the pilot at the beginning of the story?
What is the main character's name?
What was one of Jonas' best friends name?
What was the ritual that Jonas' family did at the end of their evening meal?
Jonas' father worked as a __________ for his job.
How many children could each family in the community have?
Was Ceremony was Jonas apprehensive about?
People receive their babies at what ceremony?
What was the name of the baby that Father was so concerned about?
What was Jonas' sister's name?
Why was The Ceremony of Twelve the most important ceremony for people?
Who finds jobs for the Twelves?
What was Lily's comfort object?
Who comes to sleep over at Jonas' house from the Nurturing Center?
Where do they go when someone has been Released?
When Roberto was released, how did he look?
What was the morning ritual for Jonas' family?
What dream did Jonas tell his family about?
What is your favorite teachers name?
Where should you look if you wanted to find out how the disease of polio was conquered by medical science?
If the table of contents in a book did not tell you where to look for the information you needed, where would be the best place to look next?
If you had to write a paper about Spanish explorers of California, what would be the LEAST useful way of getting started?
Which of the following is written correctly?
Many children’s books have colorful pictures. Many children’s books have large pictures. Many children’s books have few words
Which of the following is correctly punctuated?
Which of the following is correctly punctuated?
In the word anthropology, the suffix –logy means
The prefix of the words postwar and postgame means
Which of the following words means “a life story written about oneself”?
the placing of things into groups of similar items
One the largest groups used to classify things are _____.
A/An _____ is a main group within in kingdom, whose members share a main characteristic.
The ability to mate and reproduce more of their own kind is shared by all members of a _____.
The _____ is the two-word term for a living thing, based on its classification.
Each living thing has a scientific name based on its _____.
Which is the correct way to write the scientific name for the common house cat?
Wolves and dogs belong to the same genus. Which other levels do they share?
If a new organism were discovered, which of the following would most likely be used to classify it into the appropriate kingdom?
Domains are divided into kingdoms.
Scientists use the Latin name Giraffa camelopardalis for the giraffe. What is the species name of the giraffe?
Scientists use the Latin name Giraffa camelopardalis for the giraffe. What is the genus name of the giraffe?
Scientists compare skeletal structure to classify organisms.
Scientists study DNA to classify organisms.
The classification system used today has changed very little since the time it was introduced.
To be classified as an animal, an organism must have a backbone.
Organisms that have many physical similarities are always related.
Autotrophs make their own food.
Heterotrophs eat other organisms for food.
Among its many characteristics, which of the following is unique (special) to organisms found in Kingdom Plantae?
Which factor best explains why classification systems change over time?
Taxonomy is the science of describing, classifying, and naming living things. Which classification includes all protists, fungi, plants, and animals?
Which of the following statements correctly describes a kingdom of Domain Eukarya?
A Domain is the broadest level of taxonomic classification. Which of the following is a characteristic of Domain Archaea?
As Carolus Linnaeus was growing up, he was interested in botony an in the names of plants. His ideas have influenced generations of biologists. How did Carolus Linnaeus contribute to modern classification systems?
a special tool used by scientists that uses a series of paired statements to identify organisms.
Which of the following make up prokaryotes?
Branching diagrams or cladograms are used to identify unknown organisms.
Branching diagrams or cladograms are used to show relationships among species.
Which of the following is NOT a question a scientist would ask to choose the kingdom in which a eukaryote belongs?
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to look or search for something
angry
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to take upon yourself
when you have to deal with something that you really don't want to do
things you own
frustration; feeling overwhelmed
a crazy situation; a wild adventure
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Most earthquakes are produced by the rapid release of which kind of energy stored in rock subjected to great forces?
During an earthquake, the ground surface
According to the theory of plate tectonics,
In the plate tectonic theory, a plate can be made up of
What kind of plate boundary occurs where two plates grind past each other without destroying or producing lithosphere?
A divergent boundary at two continental plates can result in a
What type of boundary occurs where two plates move together, causing one plate to descend into the mantle beneath the other plate?
Which of the following is a geographic example of a transform fault boundary
New ocean crust is formed at
Oceanic lithosphere is destroyed at
Protective outer covering that regulates the interaction between the inside of the cell and the outside environment.
contains the cell’s DNA and is the control center of the cell.
Breaks down food molecules to make energy
Makes food using the energy of sunlight
Provides strength and support to the cell membrane, in plant cells, it is made of cellulose
Jelly-like fluid that supports cell organelles and is the location of most of a cell’s life processes.
The green pigment that traps sunlight during photosynthesis.
Which of the following will NOT be found in an animal cell?
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What is the name of the government agency that creates maps?
How do topographic maps show depression?
Which of these is NOT an example of what a topographic map would be used for?
What 3 things about the land do topographic maps tell us?
What is the difference between a hospital and a church on a topographic map?
What is another name for a topographic map?
Avery’s experiments showed that bacteria are transformed by
What did Griffith observe when he injected a mixture of heat-killed, disease-causing bacteria and live harmless bacteria into mice?
What would Hershey and Chase have concluded if both radioactive 32P and 35S were found in the bacteria in their experiment?
Which of the following is a nucleotide found in DNA?
Because of base pairing in DNA, the percentage of
DNA is copied during a process called
DNA Replication results in two DNA molecules,
During DNA replication, a DNA strand that has the bases CTAGGT produces a strand with the bases
In eukaryotes, DNA
In prokaryotes, DNA
during mitosis, the
Which of the following included all the others?
DNA stands for
In eukaryotes, DNA replication proceeds in one direction down the DNA molecule.
The replication of a DNA molecule results in four copies of the same gene
The enzyme that unzips the DNA double helix strand
The nucleotides adenine and thymine form _______ hydrogen bonds.
The nucleotides cytosine and guanine form ________ hydrogen bonds.
SSB's are proteins that prevent the double helix from re-bonding.
The name of the fragment found on the lagging strand during DNA replication
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Cattle drives and wars with American Indian Tribes characterize which era?
Which of the following explains a change in lifestyle of American Indian tribes after the Civil War?
Which nickname was given to the african american regiments of the US army.
In addition to availability of land, which factor facilitated the settlement of the Texas Frontier?
Quannah parker was....
How did the end of the Civil War affect the cattle industry?
The development of ranching in West Texas was influenced by
Which means of transportation did not contribute to the urbanization of Texas in the late 1800's?
One consequence of the use of barbed wire in the Texas Frontier was
In which region of Texas was most of the cotton industry located?
One way that James Hogg worked to protect Texans from unfair business practice was by-
Cowboys faced what danger on the cattle drives
The range wars of the late 1800's in Texas were caused by-
Which statement best describes how climate affected economic development in West Texas?
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What is Izzy doing in the Seventh Picture?
Izzy had taken Hollis to the cemetary where who was buried?
What is the usual style of communication the Old Man uses with Steven?
Hollis is happy because she hears Izzy and the Old Man talking about what?
Izzy and the Old Man consider Hollis to be
How does Hollis plan to announce to the world that she has a family before the summer ends?
Who is the woman who the Mustard Woman is taking Hollis to meet for lunch?
Why is Hollis going to have lunch with Eleanor?
Who does Hollis try to call when she learns that she has to leave Josie's home?
Where does Hollis plan to take Josie so that she can take care of her until Beatrice comes home?
Which abiotic factor enables plants to synthesize sugar?
In photosynthesis, what are the main functions of the light-dependent reactions?
Which pathway illustrates how nutrients from food are delivered to the cells in the body?
Some prokaryotes obtain energy from hydrogen sulfide gas instead of organic molecules. In which of the following groups do these prokaryotes belong?
In which category would an animal with the following characteristics be classified: Four Limbs, Hair, Lungs, Four Chambered Heart.
What would an oraganism that has a thorax, head, and wings be classifed as?
Which of the following lists characteristics of an echinoderm?
A new organism has been discovered. It is observed carefully and classified as a mammal. Which two characteristics would the organism possess?
Which group of animals has members that move using cilia and flagella after they reach the adult stage?
A starfish would exhibit what type of symmetry?
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Darwin concluded that what islands had changed over time?
What is natural selection?
What is adapatation?
What are homologous structures?
What do scientists use fossils, body structures, early development, DNA, and protein structures for?
When a group is separated from the rest of the species what could occur?
What are differences between members of the same species ?
What can mate with each other and produce fertile offspring?
The cold front symbol has..
Hurricanes mostly start off the coast of Africa they tend to head towards..
The sun contributes to what major process...
The pattern change of the moon is NOT caused by
Summer is very hot. This is because
Shadows get
Warm front symbols are
Fog is caused by
What measures wind direction?
Highest tide occurs when
He improved upon the telescope but did not invent it
He had an artificial nose made of gold
Heliocentric means
Geocentric means
He discovered gravity
His book was published after his death
The work of Descartes and Bacon led to a step by step method of experimentation called
He was punished with house arrest because his theories went against the catholic church
He made detailed charts of the night sky
Copernicus believed that the planets orbited in this manner
The simplest level of organization in a multi-cellular organism is:
After cell, the next level of organization in a multi-cellular organism is:
After tissue, the next level of organization in a multi-cellular organism is:
The highest level of organization within a multi-cellular organism is:
Which of the following is an example of an organ system?
Which of the following is an example of an organ?
Which of the following is an example of a tissue?
Which of the following is an example of a cell?
When a plant breathes out, it releases what gas?
What gas do animals breathe out that plants need to perform photosynthesis?
What process do plants use to create their own food?
What is it called when animals breathe?
Why do we have a respiratory system?
What is the purpose of the circulatory system?
To make energy, our bodies need what gas?
When we breathe out, we get rid of:
Your circulatory system is NOT responsible for:
Breathe in.
Oxygen moves into the lungs.
Oxygen is added to the blood by the lungs.
Oxygen-rich blood moves to the heart.
Blood is pumped through the body giving O2 to the cells and taking CO2 from the cells.
Oxygen-poor blood moves back to the heart.
Oxygen-poor blood is pumped to the lungs.
Carbon dioxide is removed from the blood by the lungs.
Breathe out.
Are these steps in order?
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The common protocol through which systems communicate on the Internet is called _____.
A(n) _____ indicates the address of a Web site.
A program used to download and surf documents on the Web.
A set of rules for transferring files on the Web.
ARPANET is an acronym for what organization?
Tim Berners-Lee created the communication system now known as _____.
_____ use automated computer programs to scan Internet databases.
Companies that offer wireless service to the public.
This type of retailer has an actual physical location.
A retailer that sells primarily through the internet is called a _____.
This is the capital of Iran.
Cairo is the capital of this country.
Which country is NOT part of the Middle East?
What is genocide?
What term describes a factory in which workers are employed for long hours at low wages?
Which one of the following is NOT an example of genocide?
A shortage of water can lead to all of the following EXCEPT...
Which of the following is an example of a human right guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
Why are some diamonds known as Blood Diamonds?
Which statement is TRUE about Apartheid?
Why was Nelson Mandela an important historical figure?
Which one of the following contributes most to HIV/AIDS deaths in Africa?
Which of the following describes a policy where a stronger country takes over another country?
Why were the Jews targeted in Europe during the Holocaust?
The analysis of decisions made by individuals and groups that are often focused on what is right and wrong is part of...
Which is NOT a reasons why Europe wanted to colonize Africa?
What are lines on a topographic map called?
Who is a person that makes maps?
What are dips or points below sea level?
What is slope?
How do topographic maps show gentle slope?
What symbol on a topographic map shows the mountain's true elevation?
Where is the mouth of a stream located?
Which way does water flow?
What number value is sea level?
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True or False. Antibiotics kill both good and bad bacteria in your body.
True or False. Viruses can infect bacteria.
The use of antibacterial products should be limited because
Organisms are able to interact with __________________ aspects of their environment.
The study of interactions between organisms and their environment is called:
A group of organisms that share common characteristics and can interbreed is called a
A group of the same species living in the same place at the same time is called a(n)
All of the different species living together in a given area are called a(n)
All of the living and nonliving factors existing together in a given area are called a(n):
A(n) _____________ is a set of _______________ that share similar characteristics. They are often defined by abiotic factors such as climate, moisture, and soil type.
In order to breed with one another, organisms must be members of the same
The main difference between an ecosystem and a community is that
The ___________ is the largest level of classification of ecosystems. It includes all of the other levels.
True or False: There can be many types of populations within a given community.
Which is NOT true of ecosystems?
Which of the following is NOT an abiotic factor?
Which is NOT a biotic factor?
True or False: All biomes have similar climates
Producers get their energy from
Primary consumers get their energy from
Secondary consumers get their energy from
Tertiary consumers get their energy from
A food web shows the relationships between organisms that result from them trying to meet their need for:
Herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores are all
True or False: Decomposers are important because they make soil nutritious for other organisms
________ cycles continuously through the food web.
True or False: Decomposers recycle energy so it can move through the food web again
True or False: Food chains follow a single path of energy flow.
True or False: Competition occurs when organisms fight over resources in order to survive.
Deer and squirrels both eat acorns. This behavior can lead to ___ competition.
Male deer often lock antlers when they compete over territory. This is an example of ___ competition.
True or False: Plants can compete over resources.
Predator/prey relationships result from organisms trying to meet their need for:
A mantis captures and eats a bee. This is an example of:
An animal that gets its nutrients from killing and consuming another organism is called:
An organism that is killed and consumed by another is called:
True or False: Competition between organisms only occurs over food.
Lions and hyenas both rely on a limited population of gazelles for food. What is the relationship between the lions and the hyenas?
In a mutually beneficial interaction,
In commensalism,
In parasitism,
A bee getting nectar from a flower and carrying its pollen to another flower is an example of:
Barnacles catching a ride on a whale is an example of:
An organism that benefits from living in or on another, which is harmed, is called:
An organism is harmed by another organism living in or on it is called:
Oak trees are big and have lots of nutrients. Mistletoe sucks out nutrients, harming the tree. What is the relationship between the two plants?
Red-billed oxpeckers gain nutrition by removing harmful ticks from the coat of the impala. What is the relationship between the oxpecker and the impala?
Schistosoma mansoni infects blood vessels of humans causing the disease schistosomiasis. This is an example of:
When a population is introduced to unlimited resources, what will happen?
When does intraspecific competition affect population size?
When a population reaches its carrying capacity, what does this mean?
True or False: Prey populations are dependent on predators but predator populations are not dependent on prey.
Crown of thorn sea stars are predators of coral. If coral bleaching destroys the coral in an ecosystem, what will happen to the crown of thorns sea star population?
The size of a population is always changing based on:
What would cause a population to increase in size?
As a population grows, the amount of resources necessary for survival:
An increase in the population of predators will cause the population of prey to:
An increase in the population of prey will cause the population of predators to:
True or False: Biodiversity is the total number of organisms present in an ecosystem.
Ecosystem A has 4 individuals and 3 species. Ecosystem B has 6 individuals and 2 species. Which has a higher biodiversity?
A coastal ecosystem is destroyed by a hurricane. Despite this, the ecosystem recovers quickly. This ecosystem is very
True or False: Biodiversity decreases an ecosystem's resilience.
A disturbance will:
True or False: A disturbance to one part of an ecosystem results in changes all parts of an ecosystem.
True or False: All disturbances are bad
During primary succession, lichens are often the first to grow. This makes lichens a
True or False: Primary succession occurs where no life or soil are present.
A climax community:
A flood kills all the organisms in a meadow but leaves behind a small layer of soil. The ecological succession that occurs in this meadow would be
Why would fungi and bacteria be important organisms to have during succession?
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a ____________, the amount is deducted immediately from his checking account.
If you do not pay the credit card company the full amount of your bill, the money you owe is the
Advantages of Using a Credit Card and making regular monthly payments
This fee is charged to customers when they write a check for more than they have in their checking accounts; this is also known as a bounced check fee.
How can you minimize the risk of someone stealing your information and using your card? Guard your information! Shred any papers (such as college application drafts) that have your ______________
When you make a purchase with a _____________, you do not have to pay back the money until your monthly credit card bill is due—in between the time you make a credit card purchase and the date when your bill is due, your money remains in your checkin
When you pay with a __________, your are making a unsecured loan, is considered revolving
Your debit card is also your _______________ It is sometimes called a bank card or check card.
If your Debit Card is lost, if you do not notify your bank within _______________, you are liable for the entire loss.
You can often use your credit card to obtain cash at an ATM, but you usually have to pay a _____________
An organism's adpatative traits will move to their offspring if
When organisms are in the same species they are able to?
Darwin observed that selective breeding can help certain traits to be carried on, this helped him prove what?
When organisms are isolated from each other what could happen?
Flippers, fins, and wings are all adaptations for what?
Which theory proposes that species evolve slowly but steadily?
Looking into the past some organisms share a common what?
What is the gradual change over time?
Helpful variations gradually accumulate in a species through a process called?
Which term refers to a species creating more offspring than can possibly survive?
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Yo __________________ (esconder) el papel.
Two major reasons that Saudi Arabia is important to many people around the world are
A belief shared by Jews, Christians, and Muslims is that
The religions of Judaism Christianity, and Islam share a common belief in
The presence of a mosque in the United States is an example of how a country's culture can be modified through
Which two regions on the map are most often linked because of their common language, religion, and cultural tradition
The Middle East is considered a single cultural region by most geographers because
What important challenge faces many less developed nations today
Which geographic feature has been most responsible for the population distribution in the Middle East
The constitution of which country is most directly influenced by the religion of Islam
What is the main purpose of the Organization of Petroleum Exportin Countries
Israelis and Palestinians disagree over the future status of the city of Jerusalem. Both claim this ancient city, which holds religous significance for Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike. What can geographers infer from this current disagreement
Much of the middle east is desert. A study of the population of the middle east would show that most people
The deserts of the Middle East and North Africa are characterized by populations that
Independent Arab and Jewish States and the Special International Regime for the City of Jersualem shall come into existence not alter than 1 October 1948. Which of the following occurred in reaction to this resolution
Its people are mainly of Arab Descent The dominant religion is Islam Most people speak the Arabic Langauage To which cultural region do all of thes e statements most likely apply
Iran's government does not allow women from wearing western/US style clothes; while the French government banned the use of Arabic burqa's/ veils on women. Which reason best explains why both of these governments made their decisions
What is one reason why the Arab refugees cannot return to their home?
If a country has a high GDP per capita and a high life expectancy rate what does that mean?
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The activities are easy.
A brand is a name, term, design, symbol or any other feature that identifies a seller's good or service.
Brand promises can be implicit or explicit.
Current thought in marketing shows a shift from focusing on single transactions to developing relationships with customers.
In choosing a brand name, contrast is desirable, but sometimes it is not achieved, such as the case with all of the teams that use Cardinals as part of their name.
For sports teams, another consideration for creating a logo is if a mascot can be created that will fit well with the logo.
For brand makeover to be successful, it requires a change in the logo, name, and brand identity marks.
Relocating a sports property to another location creates a unique problem for sports not present with other brands.
A brand does not have financial value for an organization since it is an intangible that cannot be inventoried.
One of the payoffs of building brand equity is growth opportunities in the form of adding new products that share a connection with the core brand.
Product extensions outside the core product category typically pose lower risks of failure because the new product taps into the brand's strength, such as popularity or high perceived quality.
Licensing is a legal agreement in which a brand owner (licensor) grants use of its brand name or marks to another company (licensee).
For sports properties, a brand makeover may be necessary when perceptions of poor performance or quality exist.
Corporate social responsibility is a commitment to improve community well-being through discretionary business practices and contributions of corporate resources.
For sports brands, a name ideally possesses the following characteristics except
He won the 2008 presidential election
This type of vehicle runs off of petroleum and battery power.
What was an immediate response to the September 11th attacks by President Bush?
What type of workers did Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta help in the fight for rights?
Pick the Correct President and Event
Which of the following is an example of Cultural Diffusion
Which technological advancement has made business easier, more wide spread, and efficient?
What was the main reason for damage in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina?
Which is NOT example of Demographics?
Many countries and international organizations are calling for Clean Energy and environmental conservation to combat what problem?
Some brand names are easy to remember because of years of history and tradition, such as the Los Angeles Dodgers. This is an example of the ________ characteristic of a good brand name.
Being located in Arizona, the professional baseball team chose the name of Arizona Diamondbacks, using a rattlesnake as part of the logo. This is an example of the ________ characteristic of a good brand name.
The following questions should be asked when designing or evaluating a current logo except
Sara wants to convey the ideas of sophistication, royalty, and mystery. She should choose ________ for the team's primary color.
Jose wants to convey the ideas of boldness and power. He should choose ________ for the team's primary color.
When relocating a sports team to a new market, rebranding with a new identity is advisable under the following conditions except when
When the Houston Oilers football team moved to Nashville, it was necessary to change the brand identity because
An ethical dilemma occurred when many individuals considered it offensive to use Native American nicknames for sports teams. To correct this situation, the ________ became proactive and forced teams with Native American names to change them or risk s
A set of assets linked to a brand's name and symbol that adds to the value provided by the product or service to a firm or a firm's customers is
Crystal is the marketing director for a football team. She plans to promote the team as having just won the Super Bowl and having the NFL's most valuable player. This approach to brand positioning is most likely based on
Of the major sports, revenues for licensed products is highest for ________ at $2.82 billion annually.
Explain the relationship between a planet’s distance from the sun and its solar year.
Which planet has the longest solar day?
Which celestial motion is responsible for the phases of the moon?
Why is the same side of the moon always visible from Earth?
What causes a solar day?
When planets are tilted on their axes, what is affected?
Which description demonstrates a high air pressure system?
What kind of weather is seen when there is an L on a weather map?
What kind of front has the triangles on a weather map?
How do the winds move in a low pressure system?
How does fog form near the ocean in the morning?
What should be done if multiple scientists do the same experiment but end up with very different data?
What is needed in our atmosphere for a hurricane to form?
What is needed in our hydrosphere(water) for a hurricane to form?
Which statement best describes the motion of the planets in our solar system?
The period of rotation for Earth is
On which of these days will the total hours of daylight be the greatest?
In hot, dry conditions, which of these best describes the processes in the water cycle?
How many minutes is a typical mini lesson?
What is the next step in a guided reading lesson after Book Introduction?
What are the basic three parts of a reading or writing workshop model?
What are the three types of small groups that occur during reading workshop?
What is an important task for the teacher during small group time?
When you are engaged in a guided reading group, what would the teacher NOT do?
What is the most important part of a strategy group?
A literature discussion group is important because....
Reader's Response and Writer's Notebooks are effective in the classroom because.....
How does guided reading help guide our instruction?
Which is LARGER, a bacteria or a virus?
Antibiotics are medicine that kill
Antibiotics work by targeting
Bacteria are
Viruses are
True or false. If you have the flu (virus), doctors will give you antibiotics to treat the infection.
A virus reproduces by
Antibiotic resistant bacteria means...
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Teresa y Beti tienen tres primos en su familia. ___ primos son muy simpáticos.
Cielo y yo tenemos muchos libros en ___ mochilas.
Ofelia necesita una ilustración para ___ proyecto.
LA SRTA. SNELLINGS: ¿Tienen uds. la tarea? UDS: No, no tenemos ___ tarea. Lo siento.
El SR. INGERSOLL: Marta, necesito ___ atención, por favor.
Hernando, Felipe, y Sarai traen ___ fotos a la clase.
Tú practicas ___ vocabulario en la introducción al concepto.
Mi mamá trae ___ pastel famoso para la celebración
Alejandra, Crisitina, Katrina, y yo usamos ____ tarea para una referencia.
Your resting heart rate is the number of times your heart beats per minute when you are relaxing.
Coordination is the smooth and effective working together of your muscles and bones.
One common nutrition guideline for athletes to follow is eating carbohydrates before a game or event.
Running is an example of anaerobic exercise.
A warm-up is a period of high to moderate exercise to prepare your body for more vigorous activity.
People who are physically fit usually have a low self-esteem.
The letters in the PRICE formula stand for Protect, Raise, Ice Compress, and Elevate.
Muscle endurance is a measure of a muscle's ability to repeatedly exert a force over a prolonged period of time.
Dehydration can lead to heat exhaustion.
Heart and muscle endurance is a measure of how efficiently your heart and lungs work when you exercise and how quickly they return to normal when you stop.
Intensity is how hard you work your different muscles.
Physical activity burns calories.
Your target heart rate is the range of numbers between which your heart and lungs receive the most benefit from a workout.
You should adjust two FITT elements at a time when your fitness level progresses.
When finding your target heart rate, start by subtracting your weight from 220.
Exercise is any form of bodily movement that uses up energy.
Warming down helps return blood circulation and body temperatures to normal.
Which of the following will NOT help minimize the risk of a sport-related injury?
Being physically active ____________________.
How can physical activity benefit your social health?
Which of the following is NOT part of good sports nutrition?
If you have high heart and lung endurance, ___________________
Why is it good to have strong core muscles?
A major benefit of aerobic exercise is that it ____________________.
What does NOT belong on this list of reasons why physical activity is important?
What is one benefit of being flexible?
What is the FITT principle?
People who are physically fit ________________________.
What can happen if you do not replace the water your body loses when you sweat?
Which CRAAP criterion checks whether a source is up to date?
Which CRAAP criterion checks whether the source's information is reliable?
Which CRAAP criterion checks whether the source is too opinionated?
Which CRAAP criterion checks for functional or broken links?
Which CRAAP criterion checks whether a source is selling or informing?
Which CRAAP criterion checks whether an author is qualified to write about a certain topic or issue?
A source written for middle school students might not be _____.
Assume you are doing research on healthy eating. You find an excellent source published online by Jenny Craig Weight Loss Systems. Which CRAAP criterion does this source NOT pass?
Assume you find 4 excellent sources on your topic. Which of the following URL/domains would be the LEAST acceptable?
Assume you find an article about proper nuclear waste disposal written by Dr. Stephen Frye, an expert in political science. Which CRAAP test criterion does Dr. Frye NOT meet?
Which link on a website would you click to check AUTHORITY?
Which of the following websites would have the most RELIABLE information for a research paper on cell phone radiation and cancer?
When would a source NOT be reliable, even though it IS current, accurate, authoritative, and purposefully objective?
If a source is accurate, it is probably also_____.
What is the BIGGEST PROBLEM with an online article on the benefits of electric cars sponsored or published by the Sunoco Oil Company?
Definition: The importance of the information for your topic or issue.
Definition: The truthfulness of a source's information.
Assume you are researching which laptop to buy for your college needs. Which source is PROBLEMATIC?
Which research topic would probably not require the most up-to-date currency?
If you are researching the presidential candidates in order to make an informed decision on election day, which source would probably be the MOST appropriate?
Females taking care of newborn and young animals
Interactions with other animals, humans and behavior during handling and restraint.
Exhibited by animals when eating and drinking, 'ingestive behavior'
Useful in implementing breeding programs
Crowding together in snow and cold winds is an example of...
Sniffing strange objects and tilting their head is an example of...
Animals that cannot adapt to their environment, exhibit inappropriate or unusual behavior
Information is exchanged between individual animals
Animals of a species grazing together, going to the watering hole together
Elimination of feces and urine
Firefighters should not wear this material because it is a good conductor of heat.
Light is the only form of energy that is visible.
What material allows light to pass through it, not reflect off of it.
What is an example of chemical energy other than food?
I put my spoon in my warm soup, what happens to the spoon?
What kind of energy did we create by rubbing our hands together?
What kind of energy does the skier use as they ski down the hill?
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What is the name of the scientist who named the cell?
What invention led to the discovery of cells?
What is the best description for spontaneous generation?
Which statement is NOT true about Louis Pasteur's experiment?
Which statement is NOT true about Francesco Redi's experiement?
What did Redi and Pasteur's experiements have in common?
Which statement is NOT part of the Cell Theory
Which statement is NOT true of the Cell Theory's importance?
Which statement best explains the Cell Theory concept that cells carry out life functions.
What is an example of a unicellular organism?
Why was there a 150-200 year gap in cell research?
What is the process that is still used today that heats something to kill the bacteria.
What is NOT a way that the general knowledge of cells has been used in our world?
Tú _____________ (comer) mucho para desayuno.
Mis amigos y yo _____________ (beber) el jugo de manzana.
La chica ______________ (correr) en la calle.
Yo ______________ (depender) en mis amigos.
Logan y Larry _______________ (comprender) el español.
Vosotros ______________ (deber) estudiar para el examen.
Tú nunca ______________ (barrer) el piso.
Nosotros no_____________ (aprender) las lecciones fácilmente.
Las secretarias ______________ (romper) las lápices.
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Why did Taoism and Confucianism start?
What two rivers are in China
The Milky Way galaxy is shaped like a sphere.
All galaxies are approximately the same size.
One complete revolution of Earth moving around the Sun takes one month.
At an equinox, the area of Earth lit by sunlight is at a maximum in one hemisphere and at a minimum in the other hemisphere.
Venus, Earth, Mars, and Jupiter are the terrestrial planets.
Saturn is only a little smaller than Jupiter, but it has less than one-third of Jupiter's mass. Thus, Saturn's density is less than that of Jupiter.
What is the correct arrangement of these structures from largest to smallest?
An AU is the average distance between
Which of the following lists some of the objects in the solar system from smallest to largest?
How would you describe the orbits of the planets, asteroids, and comets?
Pluto's orbit is unusual in that Pluto
A meteorite is
The atmosphere of a gas giant is
A brief streak of light from a falling space object is a
Venus has a more uniform surface temperature than other terrestrial planets because of its
Which is the correct order of the planets?
This theory states that the universe began with a huge fiery explosion about 12 to 15 billion years ago.
This is the second largest planet in the Solar System.
This planet has the largest known volcano names Olympus Mons
This planet has the largest storm in the solar system that has been raging for over 300 years.
__________ enable you to display more than one Web page in a single browser window
__________ were originally developed to display lists of information that have multiple rows and columns of data.
A __________ is a single graphic that has several different hot spots.
A __________ is a link to a Web page or file that is no longer available or cannot be found.
Which of the following is not a program used to create a web site.
Which of the following is not another name for hyperlinks?
Which of the following will a hyperlink not bring you when clicking?
A single graphic that has several different hot spots.
The acronym CSS stands for __________ .
An embedded style sheet is also called __________ .
Is your full name something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your email address something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your favorite color something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your birthday month something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your full birthday something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your age something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your school something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your pet's name something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is the type of pet (cat, dog, fish) somthing that is ok to share or keep private?
Is being a boy or girl something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your telephone number something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your grade in school something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is an activity you enjoy (soccer, dance, reading) something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your address something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your parents workplace something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your favorite video game something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your favorite book something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your favorite playground location something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your gamer id (username on an online game) something that is ok to share or keep private?
Is your password to an online game something that is ok to share or keep private?
The capital of the Byzantine Empire was named after which Emperor
All of the following area Byzantine achievements except which?
Codifying Roman Law, building the Hagia Sophia, and reconquering Roman lands are achievements of whom?
Istanbul is the modern name for Constantinople. What group of people are responsible for this change?
Each of these were disputes between the Orthodox and Catholic churches except for?
Onion shaped domes were culturally diffused between which two cultures?
The Mongols had which effect on the Russian Empire?
Which document became the basis for later European laws?
The Great Schism can best be described as which of the following?
Which city is described as following: Distant from Germanic invaders, set at a cross road of trade, easily fortified by a peninsula.
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The feeling of stability and control over your body.
The ability to handle the physical demands of everyday life without becoming overly tired.
The number of times your heart beats per minute when you are relaxing.
Switching between different activities and exercises on different days.
Ability of your body's joints to move easily through a full range of motion.
Units of heat that measure the energy available in foods.
Regular activity and exercise that prepare a person for a sport.
The ratio of body fat to lean body tissue, such as bone, muscle, and fluid.
An overheating of the body that can result from dehydration.
Any form of bodily movement that uses up energy.
A cool-down is a period of low to moderate exercise to prepare your body to end a workout session.
Running is an activity that can improve your heart and lung endurance.
Anaerobic exercise is rythmic, nonstop, moderate to vigorous activity that requires large amounts of oxygen.
Dehydration is a condition caused by excessive water gain.
The five measurements of physical fitness are heart and lung endurance, muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, and weight.
The FITT principle stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Tolerance.
You can improve your body composition by decreasing physical activity and changing your eating habits.
LILIA: Raymundo, ¿ tienes tu cámara para la fiesta? RAYMUNDO: Sí, tengo ___ cámara.
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Money that someone receives is called __________________
A spending and saving plan is called __________________
Helps individuals, families, and businesses figure out how to best use their income.
When you spend some money now with the hopes of making more money in the future.
A fee for the use of borrowed money, usually a % of the borrowed money
The ability to borrow money
Some people have a good credit score and others have a bad credit score, how does this happen?
If you borrow $100,000 at 2% interest how much will you pay back in total.
When making a budget, which of the following items is considered a want?
When making a budget, which of the following items is considered a need?
When you make investments, you are guaranteed to make money of each investment.
Credit cards are ____________________
Provisioning services include:
Regulating services include:
Supporting services include:
Food, medicine, and wood are examples of:
Water purification and pollination are examples of:
Recreation and ecotourism are examples of:
Decomposition and nutrient cycling are examples of:
True or False: An ecosystem service can provide more than one type  of benefit.
True or False: Ecosystem services are products that humans provide for  the ecosystem.
Cultural services include:
What large rock structure could be found in the center of Australia?
What physical feature can you find in the Southwest corner of Australia?
What rare natural wonder can be found off of the Northeast coast of Australia?
Australia lies between which two oceans?
What sea can be found far off the Northeast coast of Australia?
Who were believed to be the first people (Indigenous people) to settle Australia?
What type of economy would the Aborigines have used?
What type of government would the Aborigines have used?
How do historians believe the Aborigines came to the continent of Australia?
Shortly after the British discover Australia they ___________.
Why were the British so interested in colonizing Australia?
At first the British and Aboriginal relationship was a positive one
Which of the following did not have a negative impact on the Aborigines?
What impact did English colonization have on the language and religion of modern Australia?
This person is elected by the people of Australia.
This person is elected/approved by the legislature in Australia
This person is the head of government in Australia
This person is the head of the state in Australia and has no real power
_____________ is required in Australia when you turn the age of 18.
23. Entrepreneurs find a lot of success in Australia’s economy because ___________________.
Yo ________ (ir) al parque
Ella ___________ (ver) la televisión.
Nosotros _____________ (dar) el regalo.
Ellos nos ____________ (decir) la verdad.
Ellos _______________ (conducir) al supermercado.
Tú _________________ (ser) estudiante por un día.
Mi madre ____________ (traer) el postre.
Los estudiantes _____________ (ir) a una fiesta.
Tú ______________ (decir) la repuesta.
Vosotros _______________ (ver) la película.
Compared to the South, the North had
The wide, fertile, coastal plains of the South were ideal for
What was the main effect of Eli Whitney's cotton gin on the South?
The Industrial Revolution began with a dramatic shift from
Few mills and factories were built in the South because southerners
Which invention brought the Industrial Revolution to northern agriculture?
By 1850, the cheapest and fastest way to move goods in the North was by
Most goods in the South moved by
The South's political leaders were
The North attracted more immigrants than the South because it offered
Which document is NOT considered a support document to a report?
What paragraph format is used for works cited?
What components does an agenda have in common with table of contents?
Sam prepared a report on different car companies. Which part of the report lists page numbers for each car company?
The table of content lists:
Which part of a Science report will list all of the sources?
Sarah's Social Studies teacher has assigned her to research countries in Europe. What type of document would best summarize fer research?
Where are page numbers located in a report?
When an academic report has a heading keyed at the top left margin on the first page of the report:
All entries in a Bibliography/Works Cited are listed:
What is the spacing in the entire body of a research report?
How should the date appear in the heading on page one of a MLA research report?
In some countries today, people have cut down rainforests in order to have wood for heating and cooking. Which statement describes the greatest immediate negative impact of this deforestation?
A wooded area where animals live is cleared and replaced with new homes. What will happen to the animals that live in the wooded area?
The amount of available space helps to determine the ideal population size. Which of the following will decrease the space available for a population to live?
Rainforests have been cleared to get timber. What effect will this have on the rainforests?
Habitat destruction, such as deforestation, is a major cause of:
In a forest ecosystem, the number of organisms started decreasing because land is cleared to grow crops. Which factor is responsible for the decline of animal population?
When a field is replaced by a housing development, what happens to the organisms in the area?
Organisms in overpopulated areas do not survive well due to which of the following?
Which of the following human activities does NOT contribute to habitat destruction?
Habitat destruction ________ the area available to a population.
Paper, porcelain, printing press and navigational compass originated in
The purpose of The Great Wall of China, as originally constructed by the Qin Dynasty, was to
What are the most important inventions in China?
True or False, China has a writing syst
Which Chinese invention would you use to detect earthquakes
What other inventions flourish in China
What dynasty made iron weapons, and made trade more effective by using coins
What dynasty connected towns using roads, invented calligraphy, and used oracle bones
What dynasty built the Great Wall of China, invented the compass, and had emperor Shihuangdi
What Dynasty started the Civil Service exam, invented the seismograph, and wheelbarrow?
Why did Europeans have to get silk from the Chinese
What group of people took over China?
What invention made trade more effective in China; the Indus also had this invention
What are oracle bones?
What religion focuses on good morals and ethics
What religion focuses on balance with nature
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What aisle can a bag of candy be found in?
What aisle can a stuffed animal be found in?
What aisle can a glue stick be found in?
What aisle can peanut butter crackers be found in?
What aisle can travel games be found in?
What aisle can action figurines be found in?
What aisle can crayons be found in?
What aisle can Nutrigrain bars be found in?
Wrapping a gift is easier if you first place it in a box. Then put wrapping paper around the box and tape the edges down. Tape a bow on top of the box. Then write a note to show who the gift is from. How is the story organized?
Sunflowers have large, round heads. A sunflower head looks like one large flower. It is really made up of many tiny flowers. Each flower turns into a sunflower seed. What happens to the tiny flowers on a sunflower head?
A rabbit can be a great house pet. You can teach your rabbit to live inside. Use kind words and treats to help your rabbit learn the rules. Give your rabbit chew toys and fresh food and water every day. Why does the rabbit need fresh water everyday?
Wrapping a gift is easier if you first place it in a box. Then put wrapping paper around the box and tape the edges down. Tape a bow on top of the box. Then write a note to show who the gift is from. What do you probably do next?
Butterflies spend most of their time flying. Butterflies fly among flowers to get food. Some even fly from their summer homes to their winter homes. Even at rest, butterflies are preparing to fly again. Which is the main idea?
There are many different kinds of dogs. Dogs can be very big or very small. Some dogs have short, pointy ears. Other dogs have long ears that hang down. Dogs can have lots of hair or no hair at all! Which other sentence would go in the paragraph?
Which appeals to the sense of hearing?
What is the meaning of international?
Johnny pencil broke in the middle of his test. He was glad that he had an alternate to use. What is the meaning of alternate here?
A tricolor flag has __________ .
These words all have the same base/root word. Which is the base word?
These words all have the same base/root word. Which is the base word?
These words all have the same base/root word. Which is the base word?
These words all have the same base/root word. Which is the base word?
These words all have the same base/root word. Which is the base word?
Which ending can you add to base word 'bake' to make the name of a place?
Which beginning can you add to base word 'do' to give an opposite meaning?
Which does the word beautiful mean?
Which word meaning able to go bad?
Which word means someone who builds?
Which does the word armful mean?
A shark never runs out of teeth. If a shark loses a tooth, another tooth takes its place. During its life, a shark grows thousands of teeth! Which tells about the paragraph?
Sunflowers have large, round heads. A sunflower head looks like one large flower. It is really made up of many tiny flowers. Each flower turns into a sunflower seed. What happens to the tiny flowers on a sunflower head?
Lucía frowned at all the books scattered around her room. She picked them up, and then she arranged them on her shelf. That's better, she said. What does arranged mean?
You don’t have to be a kid to draw for fun. Drawing is something grown-ups can enjoy too. All you need is some paper and something to draw with. Don’t worry about drawing something fancy. Just draw what comes to your mind. Who would like this wri
Jamel went into the kitchen to find something to eat. He saw a sandwich and a pickle on a plate. Jamel thought he might eat the sandwich. Then he remembered something. His dad was the only one in the family who liked pickles. Jamel carried the p
Choose the correctly spelled word.
Last year, _____ were twelve people on the team. Which word makes the sentence correct?
The cat comes out of hiding as soon as the lights go out. It runs across the bookcases. It leaps from shelf to shelf. When the cat is tired, it goes to its usual resting place. It jumps down from a shelf and finds its spot ___ the big, oak table.
The band has a 6:00 a.m. flight to Bangkik. The singer was afraid he'd be late. He arrives right on time, but he looks like he just woke up. His jeans and shirt are very wrinkled. What can you tell about the singer from the clues in the paragraph?
The music company has a float in the Rocktober parade. You get to ride on it. The parade winds through city streets for more than three hours. That's a lot of smiling and waving! Which meaning of float is used in the paragraph?
Awkward! You're on an awards show. You're supposed to announce the winner of the Best New Song award. They must have used a lot of glue to seal the envelope. You can't get it open! What does seal mean in the paragraph?
The video for Riding a Unicycle has started a dance craze. On dance floors everywhere, kids pedal their feet and wave their arms wildly. Then they tip over! In the word bicycle, bi- means 'two'. In the word unicycle, what does uni- mean?
The video for 'Ocean of Emotion' was sot on board a yacht. Everyting started out fine. Then the drummer got seasick and the singer fell overboard. Good things he's a strong swimmer! A yacht is a type of what?
Two parents are both carriers for a genetic trait that is based on only one gene. This means that their offspring:
DNA fingerprinting can be used for:
By studying the pedigree on the board, you can conclude that the trait is:
The offspring of asexual reproduction is identical to the parent except in the case of:
Assume that a genetic trait is represented by the letter 'a'. Which of the following would most likely be used to represent the recessive condition?
In the punnett square shown on the board, the empty square should be filled in as:
In the punnett square, among the offspring, what is the ratio of dominant to recessive for this trait?
In the punnett square, the dominant condition of this characteristic is reprsented by:
In the punnett square, the probability of the trait in offspring is a result of:
A trait can be determined by:
Which of the following organisms reproduce sexually?
Diseases that are inherited are
Which of the following best describes how the human body is organized, from the largest to smallest structure?
What is included in the Header of a Resume
This is often considered the most important part of the Resume.
Which of the following would NOT be an acceptable person to use as a reference?
How long do most employers look at a Resume?
What word should not be used in a Resume?
This is the document that should always accompany a Resume.
Your objective statement should change based on the type of job you are applying for.
The first paragraph of a cover letter tells why your are writing and is called...
This is the longest paragraph in you cover letter and it should detail your qualifications and experience.
This paragraph contains contact information, says thanks you, and requests an interview
Your Resume should be limited to...
This is the section of your Resume that would include special skills or talents you may have. For example: type 60 word per minute or speak multiple languages
This section is especially important to high school students with little experience, it includes special activities, clubs, and organizations you may have been involved with.
A good Professional Reference would be...
You should always include your G.P.A in your Resume whether it is good or bad.
does not require a medium to travel through
light waves and water waves are examples of this
interaction of various different waves
can be either transverse or compressional
sound waves are an example of this
the pitch of a sound wave
why light shines off a mirror
related to the energy of a wave
the changing of the speed of a wave
the spreading out of waves around a barrier
A José le gusta jugar al fútbol con sus amigos en el parque, entonces él _____
A Sara no le gusta ver La Copa Mundial. Entonces, ella _____________.
Clay Matthews y Jordi Nelson juegan para el equipo de los Green Bay Packers. Entonces, ellos ________.
A tu mamá le gusta ver The Masters en la tele, entonces ella _______
Nosotros vemos March Madness en la tele durante el mes de marzo. Entonces, nosotros_________.
A mí me gusta el equipo de los Baltimore Orioles. Entonces ,yo _________.
Mi hermano ________________ de pesca este fin de semana.
Ellos _________________ en el baile.
A ti te gusta ver vóleibol en el gimnasio, entonces tú___________
En el concierto yo ________________________.
Nosotros __________________ en la piscina.
Usted _________________ comer en el restaurante.
Vosotros ___________________ al fútbol.
Ellos _________________ tomar el examen a las cuatro.
Mi mamá _____________ a la tienda.
Él ______________ estudiar para la prueba.
Yo _________________ el libro.
Ella ___________________ la música.
Vosotros ______________ ver la película.
Yo voy a _________ en monopatín este fin de semana.
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On what date were the loyalists defeated at Moores Creek Bridge?
When was the Declaration of Independence approved?
In what county did the people declare their independence from Britain?
What was the date that the colonists declared independence?
What does the word protest mean?
Where did the French have colonies set up?
What county did leaders from North Carolina meet?
In 1750, how many British colonies were along the Eastern coast?
Processes that break down rock at Earth's surface.
_______ splits rock when water freezes and expands in existing cracks in rock.
Plants roots can expand in existing cracks and split rocks open.
_________ is the most important cause of chemical weathering.
Which of these is chemical weathering?
__________ is the loose, weathered material on Earth's surface.
________ is the decomposed organic material found in soil.
Peanuts and soybeans(legumes) enrich the soil because they contain ________ -fixing bacteria in their roots.
The extreme loss of topsoil due to drought in the 1930's is called
To put nutrients back into the soil, farmers alternate between 2 crops. This is called
Farmers can keep the old plant stalks on the field during the summer to keep the soil from blowing during the winter. This is called
Material moved by erosion is called
Mass movement is erosion caused by
Water that does not evaporate or sink into the ground is referred to as
A ________ is a stream or small river that flows into a larger river.
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