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An atom becomes an ion by__________?
As frequency of light increases...
Who is known for the Saturian model?
Who had the first 5 part atomic theory?
Who discovered the nucleus?
Who is known for the plum pudding model?
According to Roman legend, Rome was founded by......
Italy's mainland can best be described as...
A Republic is a government system where...
The Consuls are similar to the United States' ________________.
The Senate/The Tribunes are similar to The United States' __________________.
The Judges are similar to The United States' _______________
'Patrician' is another word for....
'Plebeian' is another word for....
_____________________ could hold public offices.
_____________ made up 95% of Rome's population.
Which group of people paid taxes, but had no say in government?
Protecting the rights of the Plebeians was the job of the _______________.
This position was the head of government. Both people in this position had to agree before laws were passed.
This position handled the financial decisions of government, proposed laws, and gave advice to the consuls.
This position oversaw the courts and made sure the laws were fair.
The Punic Wars were fought between.....
The First Punic War began when....
What life-changing oath did Hannibal make to his father when he was 9 years old?
Cold weather, snow storms, slippery passes, and dodging large rocks thrown by tribal peoples were all obstacles Hannibal faced when he crossed ________________ with his troops.
How did taking prisoners as slaves lead to unemployment during the Punic Wars?
Thin, wispy like clouds
can produce short heavy rain
found in the lowest part of the troposphere
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the bull shark will travel to the mouth of a river, but no farher up a reiver
a well fed shark will not attack
Sharks are able to sense electricity with a
Sharks are
sharks maintain an osmotic balance between the water they live in and their bodily fludis by
the frilled shark is considered a living fossil in part because
A fossil of a sharks ____ is commonly found, and a fossils of a sharks _____ is rare, but a fossil of a sharks ____ is very rare
most sharks reproduce by
in sharks, the function of the pineal body is to
the function of the male clasper is to
The average life span of a shark is
A shark is in what Domain
A shark is in what subkingdom
A shark is in phylum
Shark is in class
shark is in subclass
The fastest sharks live in ____ water
When different organisms develop similar characteristics adapting to similar environments, this is called
Name an animal the is similar in form to the shark
most sharks live in water that is ______ and _____
The carboniferous period is know as the ______ because there were many sharks tha lived during this time
homeothermic means
why are big sharks relatively rare?
name an evolutionary milestones of the shark
Name marine creature that have symbiotic relationships with sharks ( YOU WILL HAVE TO DESCRIBE THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE TEST)
poikilothermic
Name an enemy of the shark, (you will have to describe the danger they pose to sharks)
why are sharks able to open their mouth so wide
Ovoviparous means
vivparous
What is the meaning of the verb -Ver?
What is the meaning of the verb -Ir?
What is the meaning of the verb -Llorar?
What is the meaning of the verb -Llorar?
What is the meaning of the verb -Llorar?
What is the meaning of the verb -Llorar?
What is the meaning of the verb -Llorar?
What is the meaning of the verb -Llorar?
What is the meaning of the verb -Llorar?
What is the meaning of the verb -Llorar?
Everything that has mass and takes up space is-
The amount of space taken up by an object is called its-
The Weight of an object is based on-
Which of these is an example of a liquid?
Mary left an ice cube out in the Sun, and watched it melt. This happened because-
Electrical wires are made out of different types of metal because-
Sound travels faster through __________ than through liquids and gases.
Which of the following is NOT a good form of electrical insulation?
Mr. Sanchez was changing some electrical wiring in his house. He wore rubber gloves while he worked because rubber is-
Soun travels faster through _______ than through liquids and gases.
Matter is anything that-
The amount of space taken up by an object is called-
Weight is an object's mass pulled by the force of-
Which is NOT one of the ways in which matter can be combined?
Which of the following is the best example of a mixture-
Which of the following is the best example of a suspension?
Which of the following is the best example of a solution?
Air is a-
Salt dissolved in water can be separated by-
Which substances, when mixed together, will maintain their orginal physical properties?
The push or pull that gives energy to an object is called-
The force an object exerts on other objects is called-
An example of the force of gravity is-
Frances was working on an experiment for science class. She dropped 4 steel balls of different weights from the same height. She noticed that the balls all reached the ground at the same time. Frances is probably doing an experiment on the-
An object at rest will stay at rest until-
When a force moves an object over a distance-
What force makes a bicycle harder to ride on grass than on cement?
Friction causes an object to change-
Which of the following surfaces would create the most friction?
Mrs. Chen hit a ball that was on a table with the force of her hand. Which of the following will least likely happen?
What does NCLB Stand For?
What is AYP?
Main focus of NCLB?
How many days do teachers work?
What are NCLB's Principles?
What holiday do teachers not have off?
What president put NCLB into effect?
What year was NCLB put into effect?
Requirements for AYP
According to some people NCLB
Preparing a work sheet at the end of each fiscal period is an application of the accounting concept
The book value of accounts receivable
The entry to journalize the adjustment for merchandise inventory when beginning Merchandise Inventory is $130,000.00 and ending Merchandise Inventory is $140,000.00 is
Recording expenses in the fiscal period in which the expenses contribute to earning revenue is an application of the accounting concept
Depreciation expense is calculated using all of the following amounts except
The total amount of depreciation expense that has been recorded since the purchase of a plant asset is called
The adjustment for federal income tax includes
When a work sheet is completed, a net loss will appear in the
Generally accepted accounting principles require that corporations charge 1% of credit sales as an adjustment for uncollectible accounts.
Annual straight-line depreciation expense of a plant asset is calculated as the original cost of the plant asset divided by the years of estimated useful life.
Estimated income tax must be paid in monthly installments.
All accounts are listed on the work sheet regardless of whether there is a balance or not.
Functional depreciation should be considered in estimating the useful life of computer equipment.
Purchases are recorded in the merchandise inventory account.
The income summary account is one of the accounts used to adjust the merchandise inventory account at the end of a fiscal period.
Two accounts used in adjusting office supplies are Supplies-Office and Supplies-Inventory.
The value of the insurance coverage used is recorded as a debit to Insurance Expense.
The amount recorded in Income Summary is extended to the Balance Sheet Debit or Credit column.
The balance of Merchandise Inventory in the Trial Balance columns represents the beginning balance plus all purchases of merchandise made in the fiscal period.
The difference between an asset's account balance and its related contra account is called book value.
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What was the direct cause of WWII?
When did WWII begin?
When did WWII end?
Great Britain, France, United States, Soviet Union were known as the
Germany, Italy, Japan were known as the
What happened to make the U.S. declare war on Japan in 1941?
Mass killing of over 6 million Jews
When did the cold war start?
after WWII what county got split into two countries?
What city got split in half?
The space around a charged object in which another charged object experiences an electric force.
Energy is transmitted rapidly
The process by which and electric current is made by changing a magnetic field
Electric charge at rest. Generally produced by friction or induction.
A material in which charges can move easily
A material of such low conductivity that the flow of current through it is negligible.
The release of electricity stored in a source
The rate at which charges pass through a given point.
The opposition presented to the current by a material or device.
Electromotive force or potential difference expressed in volts
The difference between the potentials of two points in an electric field.
A closed path through which an electric current flows or may flow
Closed electrical circuit in which the current is divided into two or more paths and then returns via a common path to complete the circuit
An abnormal, usually unintentional condition of relatively low resistance between two points of different potential in a circuit, usually resulting in a flow of excess current
A device for interrupting an electric circuit to prevent excessive current, as that caused by a short circuit, from damaging the apparatus in the circuit or from causing a fire.
To melt something, such as metal or glass, by heating.
When smelling an odor from a chemical during an investigation, you should
Observations that deal with a number or amount are called
During an experiment, if you purposely change the temperature to test a hypothesis, the temperature is called the
One useful tool that may help a scientist interpret data by revealing unexpected patterns is a
What is a way of writing very large or small numbers that uses exponents?
The closeness of a measurement to its true value is its
The significant figures in a measurement include
How do scientist investigate a problem in the real world?
The best graph to use to show percents as a whole is a
When scientists create a representation of a complex process, they are
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Genes are transported on
The process by which the number of chromosomes is reduced by half to form sex cells is
Which of the following is not a stage of the cell cycle?
In what phase does a cell spend most of it's time?
In what phase do the chromosomes line up in the center?
In what phase does a plant cell form a cell plate before dividing?
How many chromosomes does a human sex cell have?
How many chromosomes does a human body cell have?
How many sex cells are made during meiosis?
How many body cells are made during mitosis?
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A ramp is an example of a simple machine called a(n)
In order to do work on an object, the force you exert must be
Work is measured in
Pulling down on a rope to hoist a sail on a sailboat is an example of a machine
The mechanical advantage of a machine is the number of times a machine increases
An ideal machine would have an efficiency of
The fixed point that a lever pivots around is called the
Which of these is an example of a third-class lever?
The power of a light bulb the converts electrical energy at a rate of 100 joules per second is
What do machines do?
Which of these could be a starting location for primary succession?
Which of these is an abiotic factor?
If two organisms can reproduce and make fertile offspring, they are
Which of these would not be part of a community?
Which of the following is in proper order from smallest group to largest group?
How does an autotroph gain food/energy?
An organism can occupy more than one trophic level within a food web.
All of the following processes release carbon into the atmosphere, EXCEPT
Phosphates create problems when they dissolve in water and collect in rivers and lakes, because they lead to
How much energy is transferred when an organism consumes another organism?
A relationship between two organisms over a long period of time is
Commensalism is a relationship between two organisms in which one organism benefits, and the other
A parasite feeds off of its host, and
Which refers to organisms of THE SAME SPECIES fighting over resources?
Invasive species create problems in new ecosystems by
what is the main reason that the puritans started the massachusetts bay colony
who led the puritans from england to massachusetts bay in 1630?
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The federal income tax rate increases as the net income before federal income tax increases.
The prepaid insurance account must be adjusted at the end of a fiscal period because the account balance does not reflect the value of the insurance that expired during the period.
There will be a net loss if the Income Statement Debit column total is larger than the Income Statement Credit column total.
A net income amount is extended to the Balance Sheet Debit column.
The totals of a work sheet's Balance Sheet columns should equal the totals of the Income Statement columns.
General ledger accounts are listed in the work sheet's Account Title column in the same order in which they appear in the general ledger.
The value of prepaid insurance not expired during a fiscal period is an asset.
The federal income tax rate increases as the net income before federal income tax increases.
Income Summary is a temporary account.
The balance of Merchandise Inventory in the Trial Balance columns represents the beginning balance plus all purchases of merchandise made in the fiscal period.
Recording adjustments on a work sheet brings the general ledger accounts up to date.
The amount recorded in Income Summary is extended to the Balance Sheet Debit or Credit column.
A work sheet should be prepared only once a year.
The difference between an asset's account balance and its related contra account is called book value.
Annual straight-line depreciation expense of a plant asset is calculated as the original cost of the plant asset divided by the years of estimated useful life.
Generally accepted accounting principles require that corporations charge 1% of credit sales as an adjustment for uncollectible accounts.
Purchases are recorded in the merchandise inventory account.
All accounts are listed on the work sheet regardless of whether there is a balance or not.
Estimated income tax must be paid in quarterly installments.
A net income amount is extended to the Balance Sheet Credit column.
Warning coloration is ___.
Some birds use Earth's magnetic field ___.
To defend againgst predators, an animal might use ___.
___ is NOT an example of how animals might deal with a food shortage.
Reading is an example of ___.
The relationship between a worm and a robin can be expresseed as ___.
A walking stick blends in with its environment. Therefore, a walking stick uses ___ to protect itself from predators.
A skunk uses ___ to protect itself from predators.
Which of the following colors would most likely be find on a poisonous animal?
Which of the following describes an animal's use of camouflage?
Innate behaviors are influnced by ___.
A bird does not sing until it is nearly grown even though the tendency of a bird to sing is ___.
Which of the following is a learned behavior?
The fact that a puppy can be trained to not chew on things other than food shows that ___.
When birds fly south for the winter and return north for the summer, they are ___.
Each winter, monarch butterflies travel and return to central Mexico to wait for spring. This behavior is an example of ___.
Surviving on stored body fat, decreased body temperature, and inactivity during the winter ___.
Which of the following animals hibernate?
Which of the following animals experience estivation?
Which of the following activities is controlled by circadian rhythm?
The combined genetic information of all members of a particular population is the population’s
Which statement below about gene pools is typically true?
nterbreeding among members of a population results in
In a population, the sum of the relative frequencies of all alleles for a particular trait is
The two main sources of genetic variation are
Gene shuffling includes the independent movement of chromosomes during meoisis as well as
The gene shuffling that occurs as part of sexual reproduction
single-gene trait that has two alleles and that shows a simple dominant-recessive pattern will result in
The number of phenotypes produced for a given trait depends upon
Compared to a polygenic trait, a single-gene trait tends to have
The word circadian means ___.
which of the following behaviors is controlled by a biological clock?
Each year, artic terns make a 38,000 km round trip from the Northern Hemisphere to antarctica.
Jet lag is a result of ___.
Which of the following are NOT used by animals to navigate?
Some birds have ___ in their heads above their nostrils that help them to navigate.
An animal's tendency to be active at night is ___.
The abilbity to perform a behavior is often innate, but the final shape of the genetically programmed behavior is often the result of ___.
Eating with utensils at the dinner table is a or an ___ behavior.
Which of the following involves learned behavior?
A behavior that does not depend on experience is ___.
In the summer, an animal enters a state of reduce activity. The animal is ___.
Daily cycles are knows as ___.
___ is an animal's internal control of natural cycles.
Some animals use the Earth's magnetic field to ___.
An organism that eats other organims is a ___.
Blending in with the background is called ___.
Web building is a or an ___ behavior in spiders.
Animals ___ as they travel from one place to another.
An animal that is being eaten by another animal is the ___.
Erosion of the Appalachian Mountains led to the deposition of sediments in this province.
Which province has rolling hills underlain by ancient igneous and metamorphic rocks?
Which province is composed of a series of plateaus separated by faults?
The billion year old igneous and metamorphic rocks in this province are the oldest in the state.
___ has igneous rocks that formed during subduction which occurred before the Appalachian Mtns. formed?
Which province has long parallel ridges and valleys underlain by ancient folded and faulted sedimentary rocks?
Most of Virginia's coal resources are found here.
The folding and faulting of sedimentary rocks in the Valley & Ridge Province occurred
___ collided during the Paleozoic Era and produced the Appalachian Mountains.
The ___ Province has karst topography.
Caves, sinkholes, streams disappearing underground and limestone topography describes
Which province has karst topography?
The name of Virginia's highest mountain is
Virginia's highest mountain is located in the ___.
Slate, kyanite, gold and pyrite are profitable resources for the ___.
Which province has economically important resources of sand, gravel and clay?
Which province is rich in coal, natural gas and petroleum resources?
The ___ has most ridges composed of resistant sandstone and valleys underlain with less resistant shale, limestone and dolostone.
The Fall Line separates these provinces.
Which province has gentle rolling hills and valleys and means foot of the hill?
Based on the Rule of 72, if the interest rate is 4%, how many years will it take for your money to double?
An IRA account:
Which of the following is the most liquid?
Stocks and bonds issued by corporations or by the government are called
Diversification of investments helps to protect against large losses.
Some ways to make saving easier include direct deposit and automatic payroll deductions.
The more often interest is compounded, the lower your earnings.
It is not beneficial to start saving early.
Needs you expect to have in the next few months or years are
A sum of money deposited for a set length of time at a fixed interest rate is a
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A substance that slows down or stops a chemical reaction.
Any compound that increases the number of hydronium ions when dissolved in water.
Any compound that increases the number of hydroxide ions when dissolved in water.
A value that is used to express the acidity or basicity of a system; measure of hydronium ion concentration.
The reaction of an acid and a base to form a neutral solution of water and salt
a solution that can maintain a nearly constant pH if it is diluted, or if relatively small amounts of strong acids or bases are added. Buffer solutions resist pH changes.
Line of rulers from the same family
Noble whose wealth came from land ownership
A character that stands for an object
A character joins two or more pictographs to represent an idea
A group of appointed officials who are responsible for different areas of government
formal order
The proper way Chinese kings were expected to rule under the Mandate of Heaven
Group of people who share a similar position in society
Children's respect for parents and older relatives; an important part of Confucian beliefs
Taught that people needed to have a sense of duty to their family and community in order to bring peace to society
Taught that people should turn to nature and give up their worldly concerns
Taught that humans are naturally evil and therefore need to be ruled by harsh laws
Who is the main character and narrator?
Who is Idek?
What happened to Yossi and Tibbi's family?
How did the situation with Rabbi Eliahou affect Elie?
When the novel begins, Elie is ____ years old
What does a German rule require the Jews to wear to identify themselves as Jewish?
On board the train to Auschwitz, the passengers suffer from
Elie wants to study the
Madame Schacter becomes hysterical on the train, thinking she can see
When the Jews first enter Auschwitz, they smell
Dr. Mengele was
Elie is glad that he didn't pass himself as a strong man at Auschwitz because the SS would have made him
What is A-7713?
When Idek falls into a fit of rage one day and beats Elie, who helps him?
It is a great risk for the French girl to try and encourage Elie after he is beaten because:
Idek picks on Elie's father because
The only time Elie weeps during a hanging occurs when the victim is
What army was getting close to the camps?
In his last breath, Shlomo said _____, which is Hebrew for God Will Help.
Elie imagines a universe without
All the gifts in the Twelve Days of Christmas would equal ____ gifts.
Who was the most famous reindeer of all?
The traditional three colors of Christmas are green, red, and gold.
The best-selling Christmas song ever is ______________ by Bing Crosby.
In France they cal Santa __________________.
______________ is Frosty the Snowman's wife.
Which Christmas condiment is made from fruit sometimes referred to as marshworts?
Which traditional Christmas plant was once so revered by early Britons that it had to be cut with a golden sickle?
In the song 'The Twelve Days Of Christmas', how many swans were a-swimming?
What is the chemical formula of snow?
I can sing.
You can run fast.
He can swim.
We can help.
They can not sing.
I can not walk.
You can not play.
He can not sleep.
Can you ride a bike?
Can you sing?
What was the largest country created from the former Soviet Union?
What marked the end of the Cold War?
Why did Gorbachev reduce government control of the economy?
Which condition is required to be considered a superpower?
As a world superpower, the United States had
As a world superpower, the Soviet Union had
The Warsaw Pact was to the Soviet Union as NATO was to the
When was the Cold War?
Which was one of the areas of disagreement between the Soviet Union and the United States during the Cold War?
What are the two terms used to describe the dividing line between eastern and western, communist and noncommunist areas?
Which country was the leader of the Eastern Bloc?
What was the name of the military alliance formed by the United States, Canada, and ten European nations following World War II.
What event put the U.S. on the brink of nuclear war in the early 1960s?
Which of the following is NOT a fossil fuel?
Renewable resources
What is the source of geothermal energy?
What is the function of the atmosphere's ozone layer?
Which of the following is NOT a land resource?
One way that mining for mineral resources damages land is by
Compost helps preserve the health of soil because it
In which decade were the first important laws to decrease water pollution passed?
The advantages of solar energy include the fact that it is
Hydroelectric power is produced by
Which of the following is NOT a major use of freshwater resources?
The major source of air pollution that disrupts the atmosphere's natural cycles is the combustion of _____________ fuels
The nations's most important air pollution law is the _________ Act
The _______ Act requires industries to reduce or eliminate the release of point source pollution into surface waters.
How does tidal power work?
Know what the difference between renewable and non renewable energy is
Which is an example of bait and switch?
Which is an example of a loss leader?
Which is an example of puffery?
Which is an example of trendsetter advertising?
Which is an example of an endorsement?
Which is an example of escape advertising?
Which is an example of bandwagon advertising?
Which is an example of an unfinished comparison?
Which illustrates a consumer responding to coupons as an advertising and sales method?
Which illustrates a consumer responding to rebates as an advertising and sales method?
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Which of the following is an advantage of investments through a brokerage firm?
An IRA in which the contributions are not tax free, but earnings and gains remain tax free is called a
If you withdraw part of the money you deposited into a Certificate of Deposit (CD) before the maturity date, you will not have to pay a penalty.
An IRA in which the contributions, gains, and earnings remain tax-free until you withdraw them is called a
The amount of money you place in savings is called
Interest computed on the principle plus accumulated interest is called
Which is not an example of a long-term goal?
Brokerage firms buy and sell different types of securities.
Certificates of Deposit (CDs)
FDIC and NCUA insure accounts up to
A large, professionally managed group of investments in which the money of many investors is pooled together to buy a large selection of securities that meets the fund's stated investment goals is a
The part of the corporation's profits paid to stockholders is known as
An increase in the value of a stock above the price initially paid for it is a capital loss.
The measure of how easily something is converted to cash is called
Units of ownership in a corporation are called
Debt obligations of corporations or state/local governments are called
Knowing that money is available if and when you need it is called financial instability.
A fee charged to a depositor who withdraws money from a CD before maturity is known as an Early Withdrawal Penalty.
The ending date on which a CD is due is called the
Money paid for the use of money is called interest.
Credit unions generally offer lower interest on savings and higher interest on loans.
Money deposited into savingsa ccounts grows due to compound interest.
Emergencies, vacations, social events, and major purchases are examples of long-term needs people save for.
The more risk associated with an investment, the higher the rate of return is likely to be.
When comparing the yields on different accounts at different financial institutions, you should shop around for the lowest APY.
When choosing a financial institution in which to deposit your savings, consider safety, liquidity, convenience, interest-earning potential (yield), and feeds/restrictions.
Money market accounts (at banks) that are not insured by the FDIC are still considered safe because the securities backing these funds are very stable.
A combination savings-investment plan in which an investment firm uses your money to purchase a variety of short-term securities is called a
The amount of money you have left over when the bills are paid is known as discretionary income.
Savings accounts pay dividends, whereas securities pay interest.
Because investments are often risky, you should make them in addition to - not instead of - regular savings.
A regular savings account is illiquid because you cannot withdraw your money at any time without penalty.
The type of savings account offered to members of a credit union is called a
Earnings on savings can be measured by the rate of return, or yield (APY).
Which of the following is NOT a disadvantage of investments through a brokerage firm?
Corporate bonds are debt obligations of state/local governments, whereas municipal bonds are debt obligations of corporations.
A financial market or a group of securities in which prices are rising or are expected to rise is known as a
A market condition in which the prices of securities are falling is called a
The phrase "Don't put all your eggs in one basket" illustrates the concept of diversification.
APY stands for
Most crushed stone is found in the
What two minerals are found in limestone?
Which of the following best represent some uses of coal?
Kyanite is mined in Virginia in ___ and used to make ___
Some uses of clay include the creation of
Sand and gravel are used in the creation of
What are the age, type and location of Virginia coal?
Most Virginia clay is found in the
In earlier times, gold was mined in the
Which Virginia mineral resources are found mainly in the Coastal Plain?
Dinosaur footprints are found in
Carbonate rocks formed in the Valley & Ridge Province during the
Most Virginia fossils relate to which three Eras?
A period of mountain-building, during which rocks are deformed best describes
The Appalachian Mountains formed and Africa and North America collided during
The correct order of geologic events, from oldest to youngest is
The correct order of geologic events, from youngest to oldest is
Virginia state fossil was named for what prominent geologic feature?
In Virginia, fossils are found mainly in the
Three major erosional intervals occurred during which Era?
Which of the following is not a layer of Earth's interior?
What are the two types of crust?
Which of the following describes the inner core?
What of the following describes the outer core?
What is the mantle considered to be
Why are mines that are miles deep uncomfortably warm?
Which layer is 80% of Earth's volume?
What would happen to normal metals from Earth's surface if they were in the core?
What produces energy in the core?
What did our continents used to exist as?
By what method did the continents drift apart?
The crust and upper portion of the mantle is the
How many tectonic plates are there
What are two ways that plates are thought to move?
Which of the following is a divergent boundary?
What is a convergent boundary?
From which boundary do mid-oceanic ridges and rift valleys form?
What is a subduction zone?
What creates mountains?
When rock moves horizontally at faults along plate boundaries is what?
What is the focus point?
What is an epicenter?
Which of the following is not a wave produced by an earthquake?
Which wave arrives at the seismograph station first?
Which wave behaves like shaking a rope?
Which wave behaves like a spring?
Which are the most destructive waves?
What is used to record data about earthquakes?
How many seismographs are measured per station during an earthquake?
What is used to measure the intensity of earthquakes?
What is a volcano?
Which of the following is lava?
Which of the following is a shield volcano?
Which of the following is a composite volcano?
Which of the following is a cinder cone?
What are underwater volcanoes called?
Along what boundaries do volcanoes occur?
Along what boundaries do underwater volcanoes occur?
Where can volcanoes occur when they're in the middle of plates?
Mushroom shaped trails of hot rock rising from deep inside the mantle, meet as they rise, and erupt from volcanoes at hot spots at the surface are what?
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inner core
tornadoes
continental drift
leeward
weathering
El maestro le ___el examen al estudiante que estaba copiando de su compañero.
El chico travieso se _____de la maestra cuando ella no lo miraba.
El ___ de los dos coches fue tan horrible que los dos conductores murieron.
Al _____ las instrucciones, pude terminar mi tarea.
Su riqueza ______en las propiedades que tiene por todo el mundo.
Ellos me miraron con _____ después de que yo me había portado tan mal.
No estoy _____ en este momento porque tengo que hacer mis quehaceres.
No entendía el destino que estaba en_____. Supongo que tengo mala suerte. (en tu, su, nuestra, vuestra, su)
Después de 20 años de _____, el deportista realizó sus sueños y ganó la medalla de oro.
Ella se _____en que un estudiante se había dormido mientras hablaba.
Sus palabras _____ me conmovieron.
La lluvia _____ las calles.
No quería ir a la iglesia. _____ ,yo fui porque mis padres no me dieron otra opción.
El chico siempre ____ el autobús. Por eso, pierde su primera clase del día.
La novia ____a su novio cuando averigua que él salió con otra chica.
Tenía un _____ precioso, como una muñeca de porcelana.
Era ______ porque no quería casarse.
El robo _____en el parque y no había ningún testigo.
Mi mamá _____ en el sofá para descansar y mirar la tele.
Sentía una _______ hacia la vida después de tantos años de mala suerte.
El evento fue ____ de mi memoria.
Conduce una ______ porque necesita cargar la madera a muchos lugares diferentes.
El criminal tenía una _____ muy fea en su cara y yo no podía mirarla.
Esta idea fue ____ por un científico que quería explorar la teoría de evolución.
Después de una noche muy larga, estuve tan enfermo y me ____en el sofá
Era un hombre ________ que no tenía nada de que podía enorgullecerse.
Me _____ la emoción que sentía al ver a mi novia en su vestido matrimonial.
Me di cuenta de que todo era un ____ y que mi amigo me había mentido.
Sentía una____de solidaridad con la gente que pensaba políticamente como yo.
Pisar por primera vez en la luna fue un ____ para la humanidad.
Estos eventos eran ____ y no podía explicarlos.
El atleta se _____de haber ganado la competencia sin mucho esfuerzo.
El abuelo le ____ su reloj a su hijo menor para que tuviera recuerdo de él.
El espejo roto era un ____ de mala suerte por 7 años.
Cuando quiero esconder del mundo, vuelvo a mi dormitorio. Es mi ____.
De repente, el ruido me ____.
Anoche ____ con un monstruo que me perseguía en el bosque. Me desperté antes de que pudiera capturarme.
_____ en una voz tan baja que no podía oírlo.
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Alcohol is a _________________ that slows don the body's function and reactions.
___________________ is a disease in which a person develops a physical and mental need for alcohol
Doctors often prescribe ________________ for illnesses that are caused by bacteria.
Many ______________ are common household products.
Heavy drinking can cause _______, or destruction and scarring of liver tissue.
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy may cause a baby to be born with ___________.
A person develops _____________ when his or her body becomes used to the effects of medicines or drugs.
A group that offers help to teens with alcoholic parents is called:
Joining a club or playing a sport are examples of:
Physical and mental symptoms felt when a person stops using an addictive substance:
Illegal stimulant drug that may cause the user to have a heart attack and is normally snorted.
This illegal drug is normally injected into a person's arm which is highly addicting, and would be considered a felony if caught using or possessing the drug.
Synthetic drugs which are used for athletes that improve strength, and are illegal to use.
Certain drugs that doctors prescribe after surgery which relieve pain.
What is the drug classification of cigaretts?
Some salt vegetables, and spices are added to some hot water. The salt disappears into the water, the vegetables sink to the bottom and the spices float. Which of the following is the solute in this mixture?
Water is called the universal solvent because it
Water that is traveling through the water cycle can pick up contaminants
A cleaning solution of ammonia in water in water turns universal indicator blue. The ammonia solution can be neutralized by adding an acid. Based on this, you can conclude that ammonia is
You measure the pH of some water and it is neutral. This tells you that
Which of the following is a true statement about acids?
Which of the following is a true statement about bases?
Equal amounts of acid and base are added to a clean beaker. Which of the following is true? Choose the best answer
Any substance that increases the concentration of H+ ions when it dissolves in water is a (an)
Any substance that increases the concentration of OH- ions when it dissolves in water is a (an)
A substance or molecule that participates in a chemical reaction.
A substance that forms in a chemical reaction.
Amount of a product actually obtained from a given reaction.
A representation of a chemical reaction that uses symbols to show the relationship between the reactants and the products.
a number that is used to measure some property or characteristic of a substance. Ex, 4X. 4 is the coefficient.
a number that is used to measure some property or characteristic of a substance. Ex, 4X. 4 is the coefficient.
Reaction in which two or more substances combine to form a new compound.
A reaction in which a single compound breaks down to form two or more simpler substances.
A reaction in which one element takes the place of another element in a compound.
A reaction in which a gas, a solid, or a molecular compound forms from the exchange of ions between two compounds.
A chemical reaction in which heat is released to the surroundings.
A substance that changes the rate of a chemical reaction without being used up or changed very much.
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What is Devil's tower?
What are all rocks composed of?
Naturally occurring, nonliving substances that have a composition expressed by a chemical formula is a
These are examples of which type of minerals: feldspar, pyroxene, mica
Cooling of molten rock forms
What does crystal formation depend on?
Which of the following is an extrusive rock?
Which of the following is an intrusive rock?
Which has larger crystals?
What do the remains of older rocks and organisms form?
What is weathering?
Layers of sediment getting compressed from the weight above and minerals dissolving in water and seeping between bits of sediment and gluing them together from what rock?
What is a rock made of sand?
What is a rock made of fossils of organisms that live in the water?
Rocks that undergo pressure and heating without melting form what type of rock?
This tells the relative age of a rock
This tells the absolute age of a rock
Breaking rocks into smaller pieces without altering their chemical composition is what type of weathering?
When a chemical reacts with another chemical, a reaction and change occurs. This is what type of weathering?
Leaching is caused by what type of weathering?
Dissolving carbon dioxide in water to form carbonic acid causes this
The removal and transportation of weathered and nonweathered materials are this
What is the most effective physical weathering agent?
How are canyons formed
Rivers slowing at continental boundaries and depositing sediment forms these
What do glaciers form as they erode mountains?
What are arches caused by?
A rock made of pebbles is a
Which of the following is not an example of physical weathering?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of rocks?
How often before an event should carbo loading be started?
According to the modified regime how much more glycogen can be stored?
Which athlete is most likely to gain an advantage from carbo loading?
What is a posssible side effect from carbo loading?
Is carbo loading banned?
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The force that keeps the planets in orbit around the sun is called-
Ocean currents play a major role in Earth\\\'s-
The protection of the Earth's resources is called-
The sun is at the center of our Solar System. What is another name for our sun?
The moon's gravitational pull is responsible for Earth's-
Which is NOT an example of a natural resource?
The length of a planet\'s year is determined by-
All energy that influences weather and causes plants to grow on Earth comes from-
What is one way the human eye and a telescope are alike?
When astronauts travel in space, they can look back and see the Earth and moon because-
What is the state bird of washington
What is the major economic resource of Washington state?
What region of the country is Washington state located in?
What is the name washington's state flower?
What famous president is on washington's state flag?
What color is the state flag of Washington?
What year did Washington become a state
Washington state was what # to enter the union?
What color's is washington's state bird?
Washington's state's nickname is what?
What is the best way to rewrite this sentence "When he was 15 years old, his father died in 1869."
How can the following sentences Best be combined. "He left Tennessee and headed for Dodge City, Kansas. He found work on cattle drives earning $7.50 a week."
How would you change the sentence,
How would you change this sentence,
Revise: I don't like corn on the cob because it gets stuck in my teeth.
Revise: The family will leave the fare when it closes.
How many paragraphs should be written for an On-Demand response
For the On-Demand test, you will be asked to write either
Each body paragraph should include the following except
When editing, a student should correct the following mistakes except
Living in groups ___.
Which statement about communication between animals is NOT true?
Elephants and insects use some of the same ___ to attract mates.
When dogs prick up their ears and wag their tag tails, they are ___.
When a honeybee finds nectar, it communicates where the nectar is to the other worker bees by ___.
An animal uses signals to ___.
Which of the following is NOT a method of animal communication?
Chemicals used by animals as a means of communication are called ___.
___ is special behavior by animals of the same species that leads to mating.
___ is the interaction between animals of the same species.
What is the zone that lies 2000m below sea level?
How does the environment of the intertidal zone change?
Molten rock rises along the __________ to form new ocean floors.
The abyssal plain is flat because of ....
What are the 3 gases that make up the earth's atmosphere?
What is the struture of the atmosphere closets to the earth's crust?
Where does sunlight hit earth at the most acute angle?
As you go up through the atmosphere, the temperature?
What is the atmosphere made up of"
Why do mountain climbers have to take along oxygen?
publishes the schedule a week in advance
had never consulted the prophet before
offended by that flagrant insult
enlighten us with new passwords and commands
a sedate group of bikers
socializing with our gruff neighbors
persuade them to speak softly
directions written with precision
for her coming-out party at the country club
to squander our limited food supplies
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Medicare is :
This agency is international , but U.S. sponsered
This agency sets infection control standards for health care facilities
This agency inspects and monitors employers' compliance to safety standards
Before a drug is marketed and sold it must be approved by the :
Medicaid is a health insurance for low income families, babies,and
A newly diagnosed communicable disease such as TB has to first be reported to
School Health Services :
Medical offices
Hospitals are also described as:
A characteristic that can be observed or measured without changing the identity of a substance. (Mass, volume, color, shape, hardness, magnetism, weight, and state)
A characteristic that determines how a substance will interact with other substances during a chemical reaction. (Ability to burn or rust)
How likely the atoms or molecules of one substance are to form bonds with the atoms or molecules of other substances.
Alters the physical properties of a substance without changing the identity of the substance.
Ice melting to water is an example of
Occurs when one substance changes into a new substance with different properties
Burning a match is an example of a
A solid formed by a chemical reaction that takes place in a solution (soap scum)
Chemical reaction in which oxygen combines with certain other substances, and heat and light are given off.
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
What happens during a physical change?
What two quantities must be known to calculate the density of a sample of matter?
Which is a chemical property?
Bubbles, a change in color, the release of heat, and giving light are all signs of
The outcome of the 1898 event illustrated which of the following
Due to physical barriers in South America such as the Amazon Rainforest and the Andes Mountains, most population are located where
Which best describes a totalitarian dictatorship
Which of the following would an improving educational opportunity in Brazil most likely have on the economic of this country
Latin American countries that share Spanish and Roman Catholics can be attributed to which of the following
Which event had the greatest impact on the culture of South America
One of the benefits of the Panama Canal Expansion is an example of how technology and human modifications of the environment can
Which of the following best explains the African Influence on Brazilian culture
Which of the conclusions can be made about South America during different time periods
One way that San Jose and Port au Prince are similar is that both
Costa Rica produces more than 80% of its electricity in hydroelectric plants. Which of the following would have the greatest impact on Costa Rica's ability to produce electricity
Which process identifies the shift of major areas of human settlement from the contryside to towns and cities
Which of the following best explains for the climate distribution of northern Brazil
25% of prescription drugs come from rapidly disappearing tropical forests. Which of the following situation can be referred
Whcih of the following is an effect of Spanish colonization still evident in Latin America today
What has been the primary reason for the increased immigration from Latin America to the United States over the last 30 years
Chile is over 2600 miles long and a little over 100 miles wide. Which statement best describes Chile's climate
Which is an example of sustainable development
Which of the following best illustrates sustainable development
A solution that contains a large amount of solute compared to slovent is described as _____________.
Which of the following properties is NOT characteristic of acidic solutions?
Which of the following mixture is NOT an example of a substance?
When aqueous solutions of table salt and silver nitrate are mixed, a white solid forms. This solid is _____________.
Stainless steel is an example of a ___________ solution.
The solubility of sodium chloride (table salt) in water at 10 degrees celsius is 32 g in 100 g of water. If 14 g of sodium chloride are dissolved in 50 g of water at 10 degrees Celsius, the solution is ____________.
The amount of table sugar that will dissolve in 1 kg of water can be increased by _______________.
A solution with a pH of 13 is a
How does a solution with a pH of 2 compare to a solution with a pH of 1?
conducts electricity in water
Which organelle is the outermost layer that is semipermeable in a cell?
Which of organelle captures and absorbs sunlight to make glucose for plants?
Where is all of the DNA located in a cell?
Which of the following cell parts have similar or related jobs?
What is the basic unit of structure and function in living things?
What part of the cell acts as a storage area?
Which cell has a chloroplast?
What structure allows certain materials to enter and exit the cell?
Which is the correct order of the smallest unit to the largest unit?
Why do people sometimes refer to the mitochondria as a powerhouse of the cell?
According to the levels of organization, what are tissue made out of?
In guinea pigs black fur (B) is dominant over gray (b). Two black pigs are mated. One is homozygous and one is heterozygous. What is the percentage of GRAY offpring?
In mussels the brown allele (B) is dominant over blue (b). In which cross will ALL tthe offspring be brown?
In tomato plants, red (R) fruit color dominates yellow (r). Use the Punnett square to determine the phenotypes.
If both mother and father are HOMOZYGOUS dominant for brown eyes, what is the chance that their child would be born with blue eyes?
The masked or hidden trait is called
If an alien is heterozygous for blue hair, then her genotype is
If a creature is homozygous for green fingernails, then his genotype would be
Diversity of species refers to the idea that
Which of these could cause the extinction of a species?
A paleontologist is most likely to study
A population of birds eats green moths. Every so often the green moths have a brown offspring. The brown moths are easier to see and are less likely to survive. This is called:
There are green and brown moths in the forest. The brown moths are seen more quickly and are eaten by the birds. Green moths survive in the forest because:
Which trait provides genetic variation in a flower population?
A man lifts weights and exercises until he is very muscular. He works out with the hope that his children will also be strong. A problem with his idea is that
Which of these could describe a mutation?
Which word means: in a friendly manner?
Which word means: try to win
Which word means: make an enemy of?
Which word means: armed conflict between people?
Which word means: quality of being fair?
Which word means: the state of continuing to exist?
What words means: something that is thought to be unjust?
Which word means: disagreement or dispute?
Which word means: subject for debate or discussion?
Which word means: express clearly?
Which word means: public disagreement?
Which word means: work together to achieve something?
Which word means: be aware of the value of something?
Which word means: qualities that make things not the same?
Which word means: contest or match?
Which word means: bring about agreement between?
The Ring of Fire surrounds the
The Andes of South America were created by the collision
What percentage of Earth's water is salt water?
El Nino
North Atlantic current
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What is counterculture?
A Latino is
The televised coverage of the brutal tactics used by police had what effect?
What did John F. Kennedy promise do while he was campaigning for president in 1960?
What was a major theme in the book Silent Spring?
National Organization for Women (NOW) was an organization that
An Advantage that North Vietnam had was
A group that worked for compensation for Japanese Americans interned during WWII
Woodstock is
Which of the following is an example of a peaceful protest
when he saw the gruesom spectacle
no choice but to depart the cabin
the guitar player's rigid bones
compensate you for your time
an eyesore hidden behind thick shrubs
known for being a docile pet
a hobo who hopped freight trains
enough latitude for a beginner to succeed
can't rely on their biased viewpoint
following a tangle of clues
You can become a U.S. citizen by birth or __________.
Citizens who choose not to fulfill their civic duties face ________.
Responsibilites are _______.
All of the following of personal traits of good citizens EXCEPT:
The basic rights of U. S. citizens are outlined in the ______Amendment.
All of the following are 1st Amendment rights EXCEPT:
Writing to your Congressmen to complain about a new law is a right guaranteed in the ___ Amendment.
The two amendments that protect our basic rights as citizens are ______ and _____.
Immigration and _________ have led to a diverse society in the 20th century.
All of the following are ways citizens can participate in in the community EXCEPT:
Science is based on
In order to make an observation, a scientist
Scientists use tools to
Which of the following tools could a scientist use to extend his sense of sight?
Qualitative observations
Which of the following statements is a quantitative observation?
What is an inference?
What is the major rule for making an inference?
Which of the following statements is a qualitative observation?
Which of the following statements is an inference?
The variable that the experimenter deliberately changes is the
The variable that changes in response to the manipulated variable is the
A variable that is held constant in an investigation (not changed) is a
Name the dependent variable: Sam investigates the effect of temperature on movement in fish.
Name the independent variable: Jen investigates the effect of age on hearing acuity.
Name a controlled variable: Ben investigates the effect of hours of sleep on test scores in 9th graders
Name the independent variable: Sue tests the effect of concentration of carbon dioxide on acidity of pond water.
If the independent variable is the cause, the dependent variable is the
Name the dependent variable: Joe tested the effect of concentration of oxygen in the air on breathing rates in athletes.
Name a controlled variable: Lee tested the effects of exercise on heart rate in ballet dancers.
10 - 2 = ?
8 + 2 = ?
6 - 2 = ?
4 - 2 = ?
2 + 10 = ?
8 + 1 = ?
11 - 1 = ?
9 - 7 = ?
1 + 6 = ?
6 - 6 = ?
A hypothesis is a
Hypotheses
Sources of information used to write hypotheses must be
Credible means
Accurate means
Relevant means
The results of an experiment
The formula for writting a hypothesis is
Which of the following is a correctly written hypothesis?
When hypotheses are tested over and over and always support the data,
What is the difference between speed and velocity?
Newtons First Law of Motion explains that:
According to Newtons Second Law of Motion:
According to Newtons Third Law of Motion:
Momentum is equal to:
Acceleration is:
Inertia is defined as:
Speed is calculated by:
Acceleration is calculated by:
Kinetic and Potential Energy are different because:
Which of the following items is a rights AND a responsibility of citizens?
Which of these is the MAIN reason civic particpation is necessary in order to preserve our democracy?
What is the MAIN reason the Articles of Confederation were unsuccessful in governing newly formed United States?
Building and establishing post offices is a power of the National Government according to which governing document?
Katlin became so upset studying stories of slavery during the Civil War that she decided to write a feature article about it and have it published in the school newspaper. Which freedom is she using?
Some students of Latonia Terrace want to improve the niehgborhood park by building a skate park and new equipment. They think this will help decrease kids getting into trouble by giving them something fun to do. Who should they go to?
Which item below is the BEST example of how kids can actively participate in their government?
Which item below is the BEST example of how kids can get actively involved in their community?
Speed limits, seatbelt laws, public smoking bans. These are all examples of:
Which of the following was the MAIN idea surrounding the writing of the U.S. Constitution?
What are the levels of government?
Who is the highest elected official of a city government?
Ms. Tafoya was driving irresponsibly through a school zone and gets pulled over. Officer Briones gives her a speeding ticket. Why is Officer Briones doing this to Ms. Tafoya?
The Kentucky Supreme Court is part of which level of government?
The U.S. Postal Service is provided for citizens of every community by which level of government?
Which is an example of a State government body?
Which of the following bodies decides if someone breaks a law at the local level?
Governor Stickrod works at which level of government?
Remember Officer Briones from Question 3? Which level of government does he work for since he is a police officer?
Judge Gulley only handles cases brought to her at the federal level and once she and her panel make a decision, it is final and cannot be overturned. She must be a:
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A samurai's job was to
Lady Murasaki was
China is on the continent of
What dynasty reunified China at the beginning of the Middle Ages?
What philosophers ideas heavily influenced the values of China?
What was the impact of the civil service test?
Which dynasty built the Forbidden City?
Which dynasty developed better agriculture and irrigation?
Which dynasty was run by foreign Mongols?
Kublai Khan valued
How did the Tang dynasty encourage the spread of Buddhism?
The famous explore from China during the Ming dynasty was
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enerji üreten organel
hücre duvarı hangisinde yoktur?
hücrede yaşamsal olaylar nerede gerçekleşir
hücrenin yönetim merkezi neresidir
hücrede atık maddeleri depolayan organeldir
sentrozom aşağıdakilerden hangisinde bulunmaz
hücre içi sindirimde görevli organel hangisidir
tükürük bezlerinde daha fazla olan organel hangisidir
beyin ,kalp ve kas hücrelerinde daha fazla olan organel hangisidir
organların bir araya gelerek oluşturduğu yapıya ne denir?
protein oluşumunda görevli organeldir
fotosentezde görevli organeldir
An experiment uses two groups of mice with 20 individuals in each group. Both groups are fed the same amount of water and food every day. They are kept in similar cages in a climate-controlled room. The experimental group is given five doses of a pes
A substance with a pH of 8 has ____ times less hydrogen ion concentration of a substance with a pH of 6.
Which of the following statements about rain shadows is correct?
Energy flow is cyclic like water, matter within and between ecosystems, and various macronutrients (like Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium).
Convection Currents are circular patterns that give rise to atmospheric cycles like Hadley cells.
Which of the following is the best description of evolution?
Which type of population distribution is most common?
Animals are sometimes randomly distributed across an ecosystem within a population because of
A certain species of animal represents just 3% of the biomass in its ecosystem. We might classify this as a keystone species if its elimination
Which of the following statements is correct in reference to species richness?
Populations whose age structure diagrams are narrower at the bottom than at the top have
Which of the following groups of organisms would likely be most susceptible to pollution pressure initiated by humans because of the sensitivity of the group to change?
Which of the following was a significant cause of urban sprawl over the past 50 years?
The IUCN labels species that are at high risk of extinction as
Which is an example of the single-species approach to conservation? I. The Endangered Species Act II.The Marine Mammal Protection Act III.The Biosphere Reserve
The most critical factor in controlling human population growth is
Which areas of the world are most susceptible to desertification?
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