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This system controls all of our skeletal muscles such as biceps and heart muscles
This system is responsible for controlling things such as salivation, breathing, and digestion
Which of the following is not one of the three types of memory
Which does the Sympathetic Nervous System NOT do in times of high stress
This part of the brain contains 'folds' that increase surface area
What does CNS stand for?
What are the parts of the Central Nervous System?
What are the two major divisions of the nervous system?
Where does the Spinal Cord carry messages to?
What percentage of the blood pumped by the heart does the brain receive?
What is the name of the fluid in which the Brain and Spinal cord float in?
What are the three major parts of the brain?
Where is the Thalamus located?
What does the Hypothalamus control?
What are the cerebral cortex folds called?
What does the Cerebellum helps with?
What is the main function of the Medulla Oblongata?
What two involuntary activities does the Medulla Oblongata control?
What are the three types of memory?
What is one of the important functions of the Spinal Cord?
What does PNS stand for?
What is the main function of the Afferent Neurons?
What are the two divisions of the Autonomic Nervous System?
A reflex is the simplest reponse to a ______________?
What does the Parasympathetic Nervous sytem prepare the body for?
Andes South America Conquered by Pizaaro Llamas
built capital on Lake Texcoco in central Mexico, created chinampas to feed population, conquered by Hernan Cortes in 1521
A key objective of a mercantilist policy was to
According to the European policy of mercantilism, colonies should
Which was NOT a reason why Europeans began to make long ocean voyages?
colonized Northeast Canada (near modern day Quebec)
colonized Eastern coast of South America (modern day Brazil)
colonized Eastern coast of North America the 13 colonies (near modern United States)
colonized most of Central and South America as well as Mexico
horses, diseases, and guns: the reasons behind the...
The Spain and the Portuguese were political rivals in competition for resources and trade routes. How did they prevent war from breaking out between them?
How did the geography of the Andes affect the Incas?
• English privateer • Second explorer to circumnavigate the world • Attacked Spanish treasure fleets The characteristics above describe
A major impact of the Columbian exchange on Western Europe was the introduction of
The Columbian Exchange was the exchange of goods
The belief that the United States had the right and duty to expand across the North American continent to be known as
President Thomas Jefferson’s purchase of Louisiana
Florida was acquired by Secretary of State John Quincy Adams through
How did President James Polk deal with the dispute between the US and Britain over Oregon Territory?
The annexation of Texas was opposed by many Americans because
The War with Mexico began with
In the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo that ended the Mexican War
The Gadsden Purchase of 1853 was made mainly to
Who claimed the land south of the Oregon Country?
What part of North America was claimed by Russia in 1846?
How did Polk prefer to get New Mexico and California?
Why did the Western Farmers cheer the acquisition of the Louisiana Purchase?
What did California call themselves immediately after they got their independence from Mexico?
What was the Battle Cry of Texas?
Which territory was ceded by Spain to the United States in 1819?
Which two territories were won from Mexico as a result of the war?
Which territory was purchased from Mexico in 1853?
How many people who stayed and fought at the Alamo survived?
Which territory was sold to us by France?
Why did many African nations achieve independence after Ghana in 1957?
Bosnia, Kosovo, Armenia, Rwanda, and Auschwitz are all names associated with
These people were targeted for extermination by the Hutu in Rwanda
These people were targeted for extermination by the Ottoman Empire's Government during World War I.
Why did Britain split India into two countries in 1947?
The conflict in Northern Ireland is a conflict between which two religious groups?
The Arab-Israeli conflict began because Jews and Arabs-
What happened to the Soviet Union after the invasion of Afghanistan in 1979?
After the September 11 attacks what was the U.S.'s response?
What do Kwame Nkrumah and Ho Chi Minh have in common?
When different kinds of air move and mix with each other, what can occur?
What causes wind?
What is an example of precipitation?
How do clouds form?
What are clouds made of?
Which one is NOT a cloud?
What makes liquid water?
The Earth is surrounded by a layer of air called
Which one is NOT a layer of Earth's atmosphere?
What layer of the atmosphere does weather happen?
Air moves because warm air is lighter than cold air.
The line where warm and cold air meet is called a
Clouds are made up of tiny drops of water only.
Clouds float because they are big and heavy.
When water is in it's solid form it is
The kind of cloud depends on how high it is and how much water vapor is in the air.
Rain happens when the temperature stays below freezing from the cloud to the ground.
Storms are calm weather.
Thunderstorms are the most common kind of storm.
________________ has heavy snow and high winds.
What is an unintended consequence of the burning of fossil fuels?
Which comes CLOSEST to describing a prototype?
Which could be a product of bioengineering?
An organism's scientific name is based on how it is classified. Which of the following levels of classification determines the name?
Which structural adaptation BEST allows a tiger to hunt prey in tall grasses?
Which environment is MOST biodiverse?
A biologically diverse area has _____________________________.
Which is a behavioral adaptation?
Sodium is an element found in table salt. It contains 11 protons and 12 neutrons. How many electrons are found in an atom of sodium?
Which atomic particle(s) are positively charged?
What is the atomic number of an atom that contains 26 protons, 29 neutrons, and 26 electrons?
Identify what was found in the washing machine that proved pivotal to the defense.
Which was Jodi’s defense in the trial?
Identify the name of Jim Jones’ church.
What was unique about Jim Jones that was rare at the time?
Identify the congressman from California who traveled to Jonestown to check on the family members of his state.
What happened during the party that was held for the congressman?
Where did put the cyanide for the congregation to commit suicide?
Which of the following is NOT a reason Lizzie was angry with her father?
How was Abby Borden killed?
What did Bridget report hearing between murders?
How was Andrew Borden killed?
Was Lizzie found guilty of the double homicide?
Who was John Lennon?
Why did President Nixon attempt to have John Lennon deported?
Who was Lennon photographed with on the day of his murder?
Which of the following was the book that the murderer was obsessed with?
Which of the following was NOT on Chapman’s hit list?
What was Kevorkian an advocate for?
Identify what Kevorkian advertised for.
What percentage of people were not terminally ill?
What is Kimberly Mays known for?
How did they discover the girls had been switched?
Why did Kimberly end up moving in with her genetic parents?
What was the dominant religion in the Ottoman Empire?
What happened as a result of the 1953 treaty signed at the end of the Korean conflict?
What revolutionary leader led the Communist Party to power in China in 1949?
Which South African president helped bring an end to apartheid?
At the Berlin Conference, European nations agreed to divide up the African continent. What was the main goal of the European nations?
What is the reason for the continuing conflicts between Israel and its Arab neighbors?
What was a positive impact of Europes partitioning of Africa?
Under the leadership of Mao Zedong, China attempted to catch up to the powers of the West in industrial and agricultural production. Mao's program to accomplish this goal to was called
What was the event that led to the United States' invasion of Iraq in the 1991 Persian Gulf War?
In 1989, the Chinese government violently repressed a popular protest in
Born in 1875, this man wrote the first Tarzan story in 1912.
Born in 1920, this writer was best known for his fantasy and science fiction stories.
Born in 1899, this writer wrote historical volumes on Lincoln and the Civil War.
Born in 1848, he was best known for his role in the famous shootout at the O.K. Corral.
Born in 1837, he was a crack shot and good with his fists. He joined Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show in 1873.
This man was friends with Wyatt Earp, and he was a sheriff in Dodge City.
Born in 1951, this comedian and actor was popular for his roles in “Mrs. Doubtfire” and “Night at the Museum”.
Born in 1942, this actor is better known as Hans Solo from Star Wars or Indiana Jones.
Born in 1911, this man was first known as an actor, but is more famous for being our country’s 40th president.
This “honest” man was our 16th president. He issued the Emancipation Proclamation to free the slaves in the Confederacy.
This NBA player, whom some argue is the best basketball player ever, won 6 NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls.
This woman was the first American to win the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with immigrants and the poor. Ironically, she had to leave medical school, due to illness.
This woman loved reading and began writing poems at an early age. She was named our state poet in 1968.
This lady was a famous historian and the first female president of a coed university, The University of Chicago.
This famous cartoonist wrote for “The New Yorker” magazine for 25 years before dying in a strange airplane crash in 1949.
Born in 1889, this famous female, along with her brother, were high trapeze artists with the Ringling Brothers’ Show.
One of our country’s best-known and popular gospel singers who was also a leader in the civil rights movement.
This famous talk show host also owns her own production company. (Remember, the production company is her name, spelled backwards!)
The first black woman in space (aboard the space shuttle Endeavour).
The first female surgeon in the United States.
The first female lawyer in the United States.
The “greatest woman athlete of the second half of the 20th century.” She won Olympic gold TWICE in the heptathlon.
what does almurezo mean?
what does bebida mean?
what does cena mean?
what is to share in spanish?
what is comida?
what is desayuno?
what is to buy in spanish?
what is cafe?
what is cereal?
what is egg in spanish?
Me______ el cafe.
Me _______ los huevos.
Me ____ el sandwich de queso.
Me _______ las hamburguesas.
Me _______ la fruta.
Yo _____ una banana.
Ellos _______ en Miami.
Mis padres ________ un refresco.
los amigos _______ una pizza.
usted ________ un correo electronico.
What is the metric unit for mass?
What is an independent variable?
What planet is closest to the Sun?
When scientists observe by using numerical data (ex. counting, measuring) what is the observation called?
Which of the following is not one of Earth's main spheres?
Which scientist developed the Theory of Relativity?
Which is not a step in the Engineering Process?
One decameter = how many meters?
Which of the following is not a state of matter?
How do you separate a solution?
This structure is continuous with the brain and emerges from the opening at the base of the skull
The brain receives approximately __________ percentage of blood from the heart
Which of the following is not considered a major division of the Nervous System?
The PNS consists of two types of neurons. Which are responsible for transmitting information 'away'
Which is not considered a major part of the brain?
Keeping the body at our normal temperature of 98.6 degrees is controlled by
An invouluntary reaction to a stimulus is called a
This structure is responsible for carrying messages from the body to the brain
This system is normally used during 'high stress' times
This part of the brain helps control balance
This system is normally used to slow heart rate and to prepare the body for rest
This System is responsible for all of your bodies involuntary movements
This part of the brain controls your blood pressure
The fluid located around the brain that cousins it is called
A boy couldn't move his finger. Which nervous system wasn't working if he couldn't do that?
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The World of Nations amusement park is located in ______________.
The Fiesta of Five Flags is located in ________________.
_______________________ is a Cuban American who moved to America when she was a child and has sold millions of albums.
An underground rock formation that contains water
Introduction of inorganic plant nutrients into a body of water
Accumulation of larger and larger amounts of toxins within tissues of organisms at each succesive trophic level
Process in which salt is removed from water
Water that seeps down through the soil and is stored underground
Pollution discharged from a single source
Area on earth where ground water orginates
Fresh water found above ground in lakes
Entire area of land that drains into a river
Introduction of foreign substances into water that degrade it's quality
1. Jane’s Steakhouse offers several dishes that include peanuts, corn, and beef. Which types of resources are included in the dishes?
John specializes in leasing commercial buildings to manufacturing companies. In which type of resource does he specialize?
Several banking institutions have moved to the Charlotte area to take advantage of the many graduates of the financial education programs. Which resource will the graduates provide for the institutions?
Ted collects total population data and monetary value of producing products and services for several countries. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
An example of a value for a market economy is a:
Which is an example of consumers establishing demand?
Eddie decided he would use real butter for his baked goods. Which economic question does this address?
Which is an example of a company establishing supply?
Widgets Unlimited Company examined several options of additional benefits to offer its employees. The company has decided to offer health care insurance. Which part of the economic decision-making process has it performed?
11. Tina needs to find employment to earn an income. She applied for positions as a teacher, contractor, and coordinator. Which part of the economic decision-making process has she performed?
Ted collects total population data and monetary value of producing products and services for several countries. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
Several beauty salons experienced fewer customers patronizing their businesses. As a result, the beauty salon owners released several employees. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
A group of people planning for a long-term financial goal purchased stock for several companies. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
A medium-sized company used over $20,000 in credit to expand its inventory in time for seasonal sales. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
A report about the economy reveals a high unemployment rate for an extended period of time, consumers are buying significantly less goods and services, and many businesses are closing. Which phase of the business cycle does this report cover
A report covering several quarters about the economy includes that more companies are experiencing record high production and adding new employees. Also, wages and the rate of GDP are increasing significantly. Which phase of the business cycle doe
Department stores report monthly to the state commerce office its total sales of goods and services. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
A cosmetic company purchased an automatic wrapping machine that wraps a pallet of boxes in 30 seconds. To complete the same task manually, it would take an employee almost 3 minutes. This information would be useful for which measurement of econom
In a hypothetical economy, only 40 people were included and 15 pizzas were produced last year at $7 dollars each. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
When a government agency reports annually the total amount spent to pay employees, this information is useful for which measurement of economic activities?
China has become globally known for its production at a lower cost in the textile industry. It is relied upon by many other countries for textiles. This is an example of what type of ADVANTAGE?
How are balance of trade and balance of payments alike?
If a country on the average exports goods valued at 27.5 billion and imports other goods valued at 23.1 billion, this country has a favorable balance of trade because it:
Italy is able to provide various natural resources from the Mediterranean due to its oceanfront. Which main factor of the international business environment is this information about Italy classified?
Citizens of some countries have limited access to goods and services due to international trade restrictions imposed by its government. Which main factor of the international business environment is this information about these countries classified?
A European team has the right to use on its merchandise an American company’s emblem. This is an example of which global marketplace main entry mode?
An organization assisted two countries on settling a trade disagreement on the amount of bananas to be traded. This action is an example of assistance provided by which international trade organization?
United States has become globally known for its production of wheat more resourcefully. It can produce the product with less human resources. This is an example of what type of ADVANTAGE?
Which statement is true about balance of payment?
While conducting business in Japan, Shari adjusted her gift-giving practices to accommodate her Japanese business-partners. Which main factor of the international business environment did Shari consider?
Which of the following was not a post-stock market crash effect in SC?
Which of the following was not a political position held by James F Byrnes?
What did FDR promise the American people as he campaigned for President?
Which African-American educator and civil rights leader was a member of FDR's Black Cabinet?
Which New Deal program put young men to work in the nations' parks?
Which New Deal program was designed as a reform of the system to prevent future depressions?
Which New Deal program had the most impact in SC?
Although dispossessed land owners were offered meager compensation for their land, what did others gain by participating in cooperatives from the Rural Electrification Act?
Which SC city was home to a violent police reaction to a textile mill strike in 1934?
What ended the Great Depression?
Where did bomber pilots train for the air attack on Tokyo?
How were military camps in SC used during WWII?
What Congressional plan offered support to allies in their fight against the Germans?
How did the SC and U.S. economy begin to climb out of the Great Depression?
Which U.S. state is home to the Tuskegee Institute at whose air base the Tuskegee Airmen trained for WWII?
What key assignment was given to the Tuskegee Airmen?
What led to the desegregation of the military following WWII?
What made it difficult for many men from SC to serve in the armed forces?
What did the conditions that prevented many SC men from serving in the war reveal about the state?
Which of the following was not a way that the general population helped the war effort?
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A plant begins to bend when a tall building is built near it. Why does this occur?
What happens as a plant is turned away from its light source?
Why do seeds go through a period of dormancy?
Which is true of energy in ecosystems?
Which organism would most likely appear at the top of an energy pyramid?
Which best represents what happens in a food chain?
Which is true of the amount of matter in ecosystems
Which is a biotic factor in an ecosystem?
What is the source of most energy on Earth?
Which includes both an abiotic and a biotic factor?
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In which situation would an organism be classified as a secondary consumer in a food web?
What term is given to the Sun as a plant bends towards it?
Which term describes the process in which a plant bends towards the Sun?
What term describes the process in which a plant grows closer towards a stream?
A plant growing inside a cave has branches that hang straight down from the ceiling of the cave. This is an example of:
What is the relationship between food chains and food webs?
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Buddhists achieve enlightenment by following the —
The Gupta Empire made a major contribution to world civilizations by developing —
Which ancient countries religion encourages living in harmony with nature, and having a simple life?
The ruling authority of China’s ancient dynasties was based on the —
In which war did Athens fight against Sparta?
Pericles - who was from Athens, supported democracy and _________________.
Hippocrates made important contributions in the area of —
Which characteristic is associated with both the Roman and the Greek cultures?
The ''Pantheon'' was located in:
The Roman Empire was located in -
Constantine brought a significant change to the Roman Empire by —
Which accomplishment is associated with Alexander the Great?
''1. Assassination of Julius Caesar 2. Defeat of Marc Anthony 3. Formation of first triumvirate 4. Augustus becomes emperor '' - place these events in the correct chronological order.
The company the Indian people rebelled against
The most powerful Dynasty in India
According to legend, where did tea leaves come from
What is Jute used for
India's national sport is
Mos India people practice this religion
The major desert in India
During June to Sept., India experiences lots of
What animal is NOT in India
What makes up most of the Southern Plateau
Tallest Mountain in India
What happened in 1947?
Which Systems did the Indus Valley Civilization NOT come up with
height of driver and speed of the car they are driving
Height of Child and Age
Distance traveled and gallons of gasoline left in car
Number of pets a person has and number of books a person has read
Temperature outside and number of people wearing jackets
Number of hours studying and Grade
Weight on a skateboard and speed the skateboard is traveling uphill
Weight on a skateboard and speed the skateboard is traveling downhill
Hours spent in the mall and amount of money spent
Number of days absent from school and grade
Number of days absent from school and Number of assignments to make up
Test scores and shoe size
Temperature outside and ice cream sales
Number of text messages sent and percentage of battery left on your phone
Temperature outside and height
Some heterotrophs, such as paramecia, engulf algae and consume the food produced by the algae. The algae benefits by using the carbon dioxide produced by the paramecia. What is this relationship an example of?
Some plants provide a habitat for fungi in their roots. In turn, these fungi help the roots absorb inorganic elements from the soil. What is this relationship an example of?
How can the relationship between a butterfly and a flower lead to interdependency?
Research shows that droughts in certain areas of Australia have been much worse since the vegetation in these regions was removed. Based on this research, which conclusion can be made concerning the role of producers in an ecosystem?
According to scientists, which of these factors would be acted upon by natural selection?
The effects of natural selection depend on which of these attributes?
According to evolutionists, which of these is MOST needed in order for some species to overcome the constant changes to our planet?
Which statement explains the connection between deforestation and biodiversity?
Assume that another ice age hit Earth. Which condition would MOST LIKELY ensure the greatest survival of organisms?
A species of mice that was once separated by a river has been reunited, centuries later, due to a newly constructed dam. How will these mice MOST LIKELY respond to being reunited after their prolonged geographic isolation?
What is the one variable you should change in a controlled scientific investigation?
What variables are the results of a good controlled scientific investigation?
A good scientific investigation includes a valid comparison,such as growing plants with and without fertilizer to compare. What is this comparison called in a good investigation?
Which of the following catastrophes is considered MOST responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs?
If rock layer A is on top of rock layer B. Which rock layer is older according to the law of superposition?
Which of the following explains how populations of organisms can change over generations of time to create new and amazing adaptations?
Which of the following provides evidence for the different layers of Earth?
Which of the following would be a geologic activity that you could expect to see along a convergent plate boundary where tectonic plates are coming together?
The difference between the arrival time of a Primary wave and a Secondary wave on a seismograph tells scientists which of the following?
Which of the following explains why Earth experiences night and day every 24 hours?
Which of the following BEST explains why the Moon has phases?
On what celestial object below would your mass be the greatest?
When the Moon is in the New Moon phase what would you expect Earth's tides to be?
Which of the following formulas would you use to calculate the average speed of an object?
If Joe is pushing on a box with 50 Newtons of force to the right and Billy is pushing in the opposite direction with 75 Newtons of force to the left. What is the net force and direction of the box?
Which of the following forces always acts in the opposite direction and slows down or stops an objects motion?
Which of the following is a mechanical wave that requires a medium (matter) in order to travel and cannot travel through the vacuum of space?
Which of the following parts of the ear includes tiny hairs that vibrate to transmit sound waves into nerve impulses for the brain to interpret?
Which of the following correctly describes the relationship between wavelength and energy?
Which of the following is important in a controlled scientific investigation?
The scientific term for the genetic disorder down syndrome.
The term that describes a fault in the distribution of chromosomes during meiosis.
The chances of a parent having a child born with trisomy 21 ____.
A pattern made of chromosomes based on their size and the genes that they carry.
A healthy male will have a chromosomal number of ____.
A female that is diagnosed with trisomy 21 will have the chromosomal number of ___.
If nondisjunction occurs during anaphase I,____ cells will have _____ and _____cells will have _____.
If nondisjunction occurs during meiosis, the daughter cells before meiosis II will result in ___.
Trisomy 21 means
A way to diagnose a fetus for trisomy 21.
Women can reduce the risk of a trisomy 21 baby by _____.
Roman architecture, - including buildings with with a long triangles in the front supported by columns originated from which civilization?
Which of the following is true
Which empire was best known for libraries that preserved ancient Greek and Roman knowledge?
The Battle of Tours was significant because it marked the —
The Dome of the Rock is an example of which civilization’s achievements in art and architecture?
The practice of Orthodox Christianity in Russia was primarily the result of contact with the —
Which religion encourages its followers to make a pilgrimage to the Kaba, in Mecca?
Which factor strengthened both the Byzantine Empire and the empire of Charlemagne?
After Ali died, what happend within the Islamic relgions?
One of the main accomplishments of Justinian was —
The Limpopo and Zambezi Rivers were boundaries for the empire of —
Which religion belonged specifically to Japan?
This country is an ''archipelago'' in Asia -
Which African kingdom adopted Christianity?
Which characteristic was shared by the Aztec and Mayan civilizations?
Ferdinand and Isabella, Christopher Columbus, and Charles V all worked for the nation-state of :
Pope Urban's speech helped start the -
The first European universities were based on the scholarly contributions of —
The _____________ of my book is about the value of friends
Before you take the test, ________ the chapters
This writer stinks! I can't ________ anything he writes about!
The author's _________ is one which implies guilt.
Whoa! The photo isn't just a photo! That _______ blew me away at the end!
Flashbacks are a cool way to mess with the __________ of the story.
The idea the author is going for!
How it gets put together.
Related to imagination.
Grandmother's Necklace= connection to the family history and ancestors
The opposite of a quick look.
Yelling or whispering can alter the ______.
Close your eyes and focus on what I am saying.
The primary purpose of health policies is to:
Children should be kept home when their temperature exceeds:
The daily health inspection is usually conducted by the:
Symptoms of illness include:
A communicable disease does not include:
Serving temperature for food should be:
The least severe type of a burn is classified as a _____ burn.
The time between exposure to the sun and development of a sunburn is usually:
The best way for a child to get rid of a windpipe blockage is to:
To provide emergency treatment for a knocked out tooth, first____.
The least safe type of thermometer is the:
The best way to get rid of head lice is to:
With a severe insulin reaction, offer the diabetic child:
Virus that breaks down the body's immune system:
Infection of the gastrointestinal tract:
Disease caused by a viral infection of the nervous system and brain; often spread by infected animals:
Injury to the tissue directly under the skin surface:
Break in the skin:
Scrape that damages a portion of the skin:
Diesase that is contagious and spreads easily from person to person:
According to Madhlangoben and Gordon (2012), What are the three levels of culturally responsive leadership?
According to Madhlangoben and Gordon (2012), which answer best represents two of the six components of cultural responsive leadership?
What are some of the socio-cultural factors that could shape our English language learners' educational experience?
What are some cognitive affective factors that English language learners face?
What are some strategies that teachers, administrators, and counselors can use to help English language learners adjust to the American educational system?
What is culture shock?
What is tolerance of ambiguity ?
Which of the following exemplifies the culturally responsive teaching practice of demonstrating a high level of tolerance of ambiguity ?
According to Goldstone (2006) what two teacher characteristics are directly linked to student achievement?
What are some ways that you can emphasize with culturally and linguistically diverse learners?
Tú ______ organizar tu cuarto.
Javier, _____ lavar los platos.
A ustedes _____ barrer arreglar la sala.
_____ barrer el piso hoy.
Nosotros _____ sacar la basura.
_____ darle de comer al gato.
Mi hermano _____ regar las plantas.
A tí _____ sacudir los muebles.
Los perros no _____ dormir en el sofá.
_____ lavar la ropa.
Papá, _____ cortar el césped.
_____ lavar los platos por la noche.
Mi mamá _____ preparar la comida hoy.
A mi hermana siempre _____ pasar la aspiradora.
_____ limpiar el baño.
Tú _____ lavar el carro.
_____ limpiar la cocina.
_____ organizar el garaje.
A mí _____ hacer la tarea.
Usted _____ escuchar en clase.
una mujer que baila profesionalmente
law office
el hombre que apaga los fuegos
una persona que habla de otras personas detrás de su espaldas
un sinónimo de 'carro'
el hombre que ayuda al gerente
la mujer que conduce un coche amarillo
el hombre que trabaja con los animales
business
knowledge
la mujer que trabaja con las finanzas y el dinero de una compañía
I retired.
el hombre que posee algo
lo que es un beneficio de un trabajo
Miguel es un mecánico trabajador. Es un ______________ excelente de esta compañía.
trabajar cuarenta horas o más en la semana
algo malo de un trabajo
la mujer que corta el pelo de sus clientes
el hombre que te trae tu correo
la mujer que representa a los clientes en el corte
How long do Killer Whales live?
How low does the Pelagic zone go?
Which of these are predators to the Pelagic zone?
How big does a Devil fish grow?
Which zone gets the most sunlight for photosynthesis?
Which of these are a nutrient in the pelagic zone?
How much can an African manatee weigh?
What class is a pacific Sardine in ?
What part of the ocean in the Pelagic zone in?
How much volume does the pelagic zone have?
When studying prehistoric people, cave drawings with pictures of animal allow archaeologists to —
The ancient Hebrews were among the first to develop a religious tradition that included —
What was the major change caused by the agricultural revolution?
Which type of government was used in the Persian Empire?
Which text is a central document of Judaism?
Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas, Sudras, and Untouchables - these are members of which system?
Which ancient writing system uses pictures?
Which of the following is NOT a condition for perfect competition?
How much control over price do companies in a perfectly competitive market have?
Sunshine Island has 3 large supermarkets that supply most of the groceries for the island’s population. A gas station also sells a very small selection of groceries. How would you describe the market for groceries on Seaside Island?
One single product and lots of control over prices are characteristics of firms in what market structure?
How can you protect yourself during a thunderstorm?
When different kinds of air move and mix with each other, what can occur?
What is the most important reason why scientists predict the weather?
How can you protect yourself during a hurricane.
What causes wind?
A blizzard is related to ----- and -----.
How can you protect yourself during a tornado?
What are the 4 types of precipitation?
A hurricane is related to ----- and -----.
What makes liquid water turn into water vapor?
How do clouds form?
How can you protect yourself during a blizzard?
What are clouds made of?
When do storms most likely happen?
What is the water cycle?
What clouds are found at several heights in the sky?
What clouds are found low in the sky?
What clouds are found in the middle of the sky?
What clouds are found low in the sky?
What is a layer of gas surrounding a plane, star, or moon?
This system is responsible for all of your bodies involuntary movement?
An involuntary reaction is called a:
this system is responsible for controlling things such as salivation, breathing and digestion:
how much blood goes to the heart to the brain?
what part of your brain controls your blood pressure ?
the central nervous system contains of what?
what is the most active organism in the human body?
what cushions the brain against shock?
what connects the spinal cord to all the other parts of the brain?
a reflex is a simple response to what?
the part of the brain that controls coordination and balance?
the part of the brain in charge of thinking and memory?
what is the biggest part of the brain?
what is one of the two major divisions of the nervous system?
what is the other major divisions the nervous system?
what is the job of the parasympathetic nervous system?
what controls voluntary actions?
what are convolutions?
without the nervous system you couldn't :
what part of the brain keeps you breathing ?
what are the 2 major nervous system divisions?
what is included in the central nervous system
both the brain and the spinal cord are...
what is the relay center between the brain and the spinl cord
what are the 3 major parts of the brain
what does the medulla oblogoata connect
what are the 3 types of memory
what neurons carry infomation AWAY from the body
what neurons carry infomation TOWARD the body
what are the two divisions of the peripheral nervous system
what is the nickname for the sympathetic nervous system
what is the nickname for the parasympathetic nervous system
what is the simplest responce to a stimulus
what are the the many folds of the of the cerebral cortex called
what are the associative area of the brain responsible for
what are the sensory areas of the brain responsible for
what are the motor areas of the brain responsible for
what are the convolutions for
what does the cerebellum control
what does the cerebellem allow for
The __________ is an imaginary line that runs through the center of the Earth.
__________ is the motion of an object going around another object.
Earth rotates at a __________ angle.
The midway point of a sunlit side of the Earth is__________.
The midway point of an unlit side of the Earth is__________.
A pattern of temperature changes and other weather related trends refers to__________.
When the sun shines equally on the northern and southern hemispheres it is an __________.
__________ is when the area of sunlight is at a maximum one hemisphere and a minimum in the other hemisphere.
The Earth __________ on a tilted axis.
Why do celestial bodies (like the Sun) appear to rise in the east and set in the west?
Which day is the longest in the Northern Hemisphere?
Very near the __________, the periods of daylight and darkness are almost equal year round. (Each about 12 hours long)
How does the daylight length change as the Northern Hemisphere nears the Summer Solstice?
In the Northern Hemisphere, the Sun appears ________in the sky during _______?
During the Winter Solstice how does the amount of daylight change as you get closer to the North Pole?
When Earth completes one revolution, it is equal to…
How does the amount of daylight hours change as you get closer to the North Pole when the Northern Hemisphere is in Summer?
What happens to Earth’s axis of rotation as Earth orbits the Sun?
The cause for our seasons…
What causes day and night?
Why is term life insurance usually the least expensive type of life insurance?
Sally took out a $50,000 life insurance policy. The $50,000 amount of coverage is called the:
The purpose of Insurance is NOT to
When Jessie needs health care, she must first go to her primary care physician who coordinates her care and decides whether Jessie should see a specialist. Jessie pays $10 as the co-pay when she sees her primary care doctor. Jessie has which type o
Lucy has no insurance. The situation(s) should she consider insuring against first are:
For the past five years, a person has had a $20,000 whole life insurance policy that has a cash value clause. The person decides to surrender the policy. At the time of surrender, the person will receive
Which insurance professional calculates risk based on loss percentage and determines insurance rates and premiums?
a summary of your earnings and withholdings for the year for one employer
allows participants to seek health care from any qualified medical provider
Generally, the higher the deductible on an insurance policy, the
An expression of a writer’s attitude toward a subject.
A text structure in which one event or action follows another.
To form a picture in the mind.
The use of something concrete that is used to represent something more than itself.
To examine in detail
The main subject for a work of literature, art, or music.
A pure substance that is made of only one kind of atom
A naturally occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal structure and a definite chemical composition
Rock formed in layers from sediment
Rock formed by the solidification of magma or lava
Rock formed by the effect of heat, pressure, and chemical action on other rocks
A series of processes on the surface and inside Earth that slowly changes rock from one kind to another
The process of Earth materials (soil, sand, etc.) being deposited by erosion
The preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in the past
An arrangement of fossils in the order in which the organisms lived, from earliest to latest; fossil evidence about the history of life and past environments on Earth and how organisms have changed over time
The way a mineral reflects light from its surface
Giving off visible light
The breaking down of rock by physical forces
Changing of the materials in a rock by chemical forces
A slow process that changes rocks into smaller pieces of rock
Type of soil that is the top layer, very fertile and large amounts of decayed materials
Type of soil that is the second layer, different color, contains many minerals
Type of soil that is nearly solid rock, deeper in some places
The movement of materials away from one place
Puts sediments in new places
Which is not a characteristic of minerals?
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What can matter be broken down into?
What is the best description of chemical energy?
What is the main job of a carbohydrate?
What is the main job of the nucleic acid?
Which is NOT a job of a protein
What is the main function of a lipid?
Where do chemical reactions inside a cell happen?
What characteristic do all molecules share?
Why is it important that the cell membrane is made of lipids?
What do ALL cells need in order to live?
Which term means energy that is stored in the bonds between molecules?
What is the name given to the major source of energy in cells?
Which organelle is responsible for making energy in a plant cell?
Which organelle is responsible for making energy in an animal cell?
What are the starting materials for Photosynthesis?
What are the end products for photosynthesis?
What are the starting materials for cellular respiration?
What are the end products for cellular respiration?
What happens once the starting materials are in the energy-making organelle?
Which method of making energy can be considered the battery back up?
He is probably the best golfer ..... I've played against
I have a friend ....ran in the New York Marathon last year
The diary .... Ron kept when he was in prison was sold for $ 50,000
Dorothy said something ...... I couldn't hear clearly
The person ... we selected to represent us on the committee has had resign due to illness
The beach is the place ....... I most like to be in the summer
The path was made by walkers .... crossed the mountains each summer
The man ...... gave me the book was the librarian
The house ....... is next to ours is for sale
We have a friend ....... plays the piano
Which factor MOST directly affects the amount of money borrowers must repay to lenders?
In a market economy, if the price of a good increases, the quantity demanded by consumers and the quantity supplied by producers will change in which of the following ways?
Mary decides to produce and sell apple juice. She leases an apple orchard and plans to bottle the apple juice. Mary hires three employees. What factor of production does Mary represent?
The economic term “scarcity” relates MOST directly to a situation in which
Which role does money have in economic systems?
What MOST often happens when demand for a product is highly elastic?
A recent high school graduate has never searched for a job before. He does not know what he is qualified to do. He turns down a job at a factory, hoping for better-paying work. What kind of unemployment is he experiencing?
Which monetary policy decision is meant to increase the U.S. money supply?
The calculation of a country’s balance of trade involves the value of its
Which statement BEST supports the argument that countries should engage in free trade?
A woman recently took time off from work while recovering from a car accident. Which insurance provided her with financial support while she recovered?
To maximize profits, a bank would charge
Which factor is used to determine a person’s credit worthiness?
Opportunity cost means individuals
15 year old Calvin inherited $3,000 from an aunt. He wants to create an investment plan that has a very low risk but still increases the money he will have for college. Based on Calvin’s requirements, in which option should he MOST LIKELY invest?
Which of these is measured by price elasticity of demand?
In the U.S. economy, a few firms dominate the wireless telephone provider industry. Which type of market structure does that represent?
Which statement BEST describes the role of the government in a mixed-market economic system?
If the Federal Reserve System wanted to stimulate the U.S. economy and reduce unemployment, it would
If the U.S. government disagrees with a foreign country’s politics and wants to prevent trading with that country, the MOST effective action the U.S. government can take is to
What is the MOST LIKELY result of an increase in the value of the U.S. dollar against the Chinese renminbi?
In the twenty-first century, which skills are MOST LIKELY to lead to success in the workplace in the United States?
When Jason bought a car and went to register it with the state Department of Motor Vehicles, he needed to show proof of insurance. What kind of insurance did Jason need to have?
Which of these BEST defines the term balance of trade?
The fundamental problem of economics is:
Which of the following is an example of an investment in human capital?
An assembly line can increase a factory’s productivity because it allows workers to
With which term is a command economic system MOST closely associated?
When governments tax polluting companies and subsidize college education, they are serving the role of
When the U.S. government purchases a submarine from a company, the government has made a major transaction in the
When a country’s businesses invest heavily in new capital goods and new technology, which of the following is most likely to occur?
In Georgia, the Public Service Commission regulates the rates charged to customers by GA Power to ensure:
A headline reads: Consumers demand new cell phones with greater functionality. What basic economic question is being addressed in this headline?
The payments for land, labor, capital, and entrepreneurial ability respectively are
Which form of business organization is easiest to organize but is LEAST able to benefit from specialization?
Which of the following is true about a shareholder in a corporation?
Sharon decided to open a dry-cleaning business. She borrowed some money from her sister and took a loan from a bank. She hired one helper. What is one disadvantage of Sharon’s business?
Interdependence and price leadership are characteristics of firms in what kind of market structure?
In which market structure does a firm have greatest control over its product’s price?
What is monopolistic competition?
Open the Replace dialog box
Open the Spelling dialog box
A computer security risk is defined as any event or action that could cause loss of, or damage to__________
A ____ virus replaces the program that is used to start the computer system with a modified, infected version of the startup program.
A ____ virus inserts virus code into program files.
A ____ virus hides within or is designed to look like a legitimate program.
A ____ is a program that is activated on a specific date
Digital native students are those that have been raised with technology all around them.
Technology should replace hands on experiences since it can bring learning to the students and costs less than labs, equipment and supplies
The best way to teach most content to students is through__________
Mastering computer programs like Sway and Power Point in college is necessary so you can use them while you teach.
Technology challenges include:
Which of the following is an abiotic factor that most organisms need to survive?
Which of the following is a biotic factor?
The largest level of an energy pyramid is made up of what type of feeder?
What is the name of a model that shows all the feeding relationships in an ecosystem?
What is the type of organism that breaks down the cells of dead organisms?
Amounts of available water, food, and shelter represent what part of population growth?
The carrying capacity in an ecosystem for a species is the maximum number of which of these?
Which of the following statements is the best reason why soil is such an important natural resource?
What is the ability of water to pass through soil particles called?
Which of the following is an example of groundwater?
Out of all the water found on Earth, how much is available as fresh water for human consumption?
Which of the following is a renewable resource?
What is reducing the use of materials, in order to preserve them, called?
Which organism is a decomposer?
What is the area of land that collects rain and directs it to streams and rivers called?
Which of the following is an ecosystem?
What is the area of land that collects rain and directs it to streams and rivers called?
Which of the following is a renewable resource?
What is the organic material found in soil known as?
There are 4 different types of soil material. What is the correct order in grain size from smallest to largest?
Which is the most abundant gas in the Earth's atmosphere?
What is the common outcome of all chemical changes?
Which group of nonmetals is the most reactive?
Which of the following could be used as the core of a simple electromagnet?
What will happen if the north poles of two magnets are moved toward each other?
What happens to the force of gravity between to objects if the distance between them increases?
In addition to distance, what factor determines the force of gravity between two objects?
Which of these BEST describes the movement of particles in a solid object?
A + BC --- B+ AC What are the reactants in the chemical equation.
A student wants to determine if an unknown metal contains iron. Which tool will best help the student determine this information?
The law of superposition states that __________________________________.
A student mixes two substances that undergo a chemical reaction. The reaction forms three products, each having a mass of 25 grams. What is the total mas of the reactants?
A student is investigating the properties of a piece of wood. Which of these actions would change the chemical properties of the wood?
Which describes an element that is located along the zigzag line of the periodic table?
A student wants to find the best conditions for growing pumpkins. The student conducts research and learns that pumpkins grow best in partial sunlight. What is the independent variable?
When water is behind a dam, it has _______________ energy. The water changes to ______________energy in the movement as it flows over the dam.
When a rubberband is stretched, it is _____________ energy but once it's released in the air, it's ______________ energy
When a bike rider is pedaling up a hill it is _______ energy, when the bike rider is on top of the high not moving, it is __________ energy.
Green plants transform the Sun’s __________energy into food which is a form of stored __________ energy
Animals use ____________ energy from food to move. That energy is transformed to______________ energy.
Electrical energy can be transformed to other forms of energy in a ______________.
___________energy can be transformed into ___________energy in an electric circuit if a bell.
_____________energy can be transformed into ______energy in an electric circuit if a toaster.
The generator transforms the _______________ energy into _____________energy.
__________________energy can be transformed into the energy of ___________ motion if a fan or motor is added to the circuit.
What form of extreme nationalism was the popular form of government once Hitler took power in Germany and Mussolini in Italy?
What nations comprised the Axis powers of WWII?
What nations comprised the Allied powers of WWII?
Which of the following best describes the Non-Aggression Pact?
What made it possible for the US to provide aid to other nations fighting Germany even though not officially involved in the war?
Who were the political leaders of the Axis Powers?
Who were the political leaders of the Allied Powers?
Who was the commander of all Allied Forces who would later become the president of the United States after the war?
Which famous general is accredited with successfully moving US forces throughout the Pacific to eventually defeat Japan?
Who was J. Robert Oppenheimer?
What was the purpose of Hitler’s Final Solution?
What were the portions of the cities called where Jews were crowded into dismal and subpar living conditions?
What early agreement was made between the US and Britain before America officially entered the war? (hint: it would become the basis for the foundation of the United Nations)
Formed when a wire in an electric circuit is wrapped around an iron core producing a magnetic field
True or False: An electromagnet loses its magnetism if the electric current stops flowing
Produces an electric current when a coil of wire wrapped around an iron core is rotated near a magnet
__________at power plants produce electric energy for our homes.
Changes electrical energy to mechanical energy.
In a simple electric motor, like poles of the magnets repel and unlike poles of the magnets attract. This causes the coil to rotate and thus changes electrical energy to ________________energy
Surrounding a magnet is a __________________ that applies a force, a push or pull, without actually touching an object.
A coil of wire spinning around a magnet or a magnet spinning around a coil of wire can form an _____________________.
__________________ are huge wheels that rotate when pushed by water, wind, or steam (associated with generators)
The opposite ends of a magnet are called_______________.
hardship; misfortune
strong
agreeable; pleasant
proper, dignified behavior
easily taught; easily led or managed
to crush; to hold back
relief
false and damaging to one's reputation
to come to be; to happen
alert; watchful
The environment is....
The Southwest natives made _________
They were located in the __________.
Their houses are made from ___________
They build apartments called ____________
A ____________ is a mountain with a flat top
The climate is ___________ during the day and ________ at night.
Houses made of trees could be built here.
They were skilled weavers, potters, and jewelry makers.
They raised crops like corn, beans, squash and ____________.
How old is Earth?
Gradual change in living things over long periods of time
Scientists who study fossils
Preserved remains or traces of a once living organism
No longer exists and will never again live on Earth
All of the information that paleontologist have gathered about past life
Geological process that happened in the past are explained by current geological processes
Which rocks are fossils generally found in
Fossils of warm climate plants have been found in Antarctica. What conclusion can be made based on this evidence.
A fossilized structure that formed in sedimentary rock by animal activity (tracks, burrows, animal dung)
Rocks are broken down into small pieces
Process by which sediments settle or drop out of wind or water
Process in which sediments move from one place to the another by water, wind, ice or gravity
Fossils (from Classical Latin fossilis; literally, obtained by digging) are the preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms from the remote past. The totality of fossils, both discovered and undiscovered, and their placement
Fossils can help scientist make inferences about Earth's prehistoric surface, climate, and organisms
Soil is made up of pieces of rocks, wood, decayed plants, and many other materials. What is soil?
The chemical formula for glucose is C6 H12 O6. How many DIFFERENT ELEMENTS make up one molecule of glucose?
Which of the following is the basis for arranging the elements in the periodic table?
The process in which a liquid becomes a gas is called _________________________.
A material has a definite volume but a shape that can change. What is its state?
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
What two quantities must be known in order to calculate the density of a sample of matter?
What does the law of conservation of mass state?
Which of these substances is a base?
An unknown solution is tested using blue litmus paper. The blue litmus paper remains blue. What can be determined about the pH of the solution using this test?
What is MOST LIKELY the pH of lemonade?
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What is the function of a convex lens?
Which of the following is something scientists can accurately determine from fossilized footprints?
Which of the following is correct about units of geologic time?
Which of the following correctly orders organisms over geologic time according to the fossil record?
How are the 3 main types of rock in the rock cycle classified?
Which of the following is accurate about Earths revolution and rotation?
Which unit of measurement would scientists use to measure distant stars?
What happens to the mass AND weight of a person as they travel father from Earth's surface?
Which planet has the least gravitational pull?
What happens to the length of day in the north when the northern hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun during the summer?
If a car travels 100 meters in 5 seconds, what is the average speed of the car?
What would happen to the orbit of the Earth if the gravitational force from the Sun suddenly stopped?
If a car is traveling forward with a force of 100N and the force of friction is acting in the opposite direction at 20N. What is the net force acting on the car and the direction?
What happens when the liquid in your inner ear vibrates the tiny hairs in the cochlea?
Which of the following best explains an echo?
Which of the following explains why we can see and feel energy from the Sun?
How does a prism reveal all the colors that make up white light?
Which electromagnetic wave transmits the greatest amount of energy?
Which of the following best explains why a fresh banana appears yellow?
What is the difference between a low frequency and a high frequency wave?
Who is associated with the Northern Renaisance?
Why do Mexico and Peru have primarily Catholic populations?
Humanistic studies focusing on classic Greek and Roman texts were of major importance during the —
Which idea is most associated with John Calvin?
China established foreign enclaves in order to —
Which explorer contributed to the establishment of Portuguese colonies in Africa and India?
During the 16th century, Europe gained access to knowledge about astronomy, medicine, and mathematics because of the —
The Catholic church was believed to have been corrupted by politics and wealth. Afterwards, this happened :
In the Colombian exchange:
''When we arrived in Kyoto, the king was though little of'' - this statement represents what aspect of Japanese society?
Which region was protected from outside influence by the Monroe Doctrine?
Peter the Great was a leader of Russia, and made many changes, such as:
The ' western hemisphere' refers to the continents of:
''Revolutionary government owes to all good citizens the fullest protection the state can afford; to enemies of the people it owes nothing but death.'' --- What was the immediate cause of this philosophy?
Who became ruler of France as a result of the French Revolution?
Guiseppe Garibaldi is important because he -
Industrialization helped lead to the European colonization of Africa by —
King Louis XIV of France required all nobles to spend part of each year living in the palace at Versailles to —
Edward Jenner’s innovation helped to —
What was the name of Istanbul before it was conquered by the Ottoman Turks?
What changes the intensity of colors?
This changes picture color into black, white, and shade of gray.
This effects convert colors in a picture to a wide variety of hues.
Click this to move a stacked object toward the top of the stack.
What kind of paragraph places the first character of a text line near the left border of a placeholder?
What paragraph places the last character of text near the right border of a paragraph?
English language readers are accustomed to seeing paragraphs that are what?
To select multiple nonadjacent slide in the Slide tab, press the ______ key as you click each slide thumbnail
This view is similar to SLide Show view.
PPT's ____ feature allows you to set the timing for a video clip.
Click _____to move a stacked object to the top of the stack
You can group or regroup selected slide objects by pressing the _____keys.
PPT classifies animated _____ files as a type of video or movie because the clips have movement or action.
Animated GIF files move only in _____views
Microsoft Office programs use the _____feature to correct typing mistakes and commonly misspelled words.
Each ______ determines where the slide number is displayed in the footer.
Regroup selected objects
Select sequential slides
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condition in which the air contains substances harmful to living things
condition in which air contains harmful substances
pollution put directly into the air by human activity
pullution that forms when primary pollutant or a naturally occurring substance such as water comes into contact with other primary pollutants and a chemical reaction takes place
condition of buildings with particularly poor air quality
air pollution ober urban areas that reduces visibility
air pollution over urban areas that reduces visivility
atmospheric conditions in which air above is warmer than the air below
The process by which cells use energy to transport molecules through the cell membrane from areas of low concentration to areas of high concentration
any one of several building blocks of protein
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