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Spell check will find the error if it is a wrong word choice?
AUP is the acronym for Acceptable Use Policy?
A good method of virus prevention is to turn off your computer after each use?
A virus can be spread when it the host program is shared?
A virus can copy itself onto programs thereby spreading its damaging effects
Arrange Auxiliary storage from smallest capacity to largest capacity.
Which of the following applications is best suited for organizing files on your computer in Windows?
When marketing researchers review the level of affiliation between two variables, they are evaluating the ___________ of data components.
What should businesses try to achieve when manipulating data for information analysis?
Which of the following is useful marketing information that a business might obtain by analyzing a customer database:
Which of the following is an example of range:
What do researchers often use to summarize and interpret vast amounts of numeric information?
When making marketing decisions, businesses often analyze research that is expressed as a mean, median, or mode, which are estimates often referred to as the
Which of the following must coincide when using descriptive statistics in order to have normally distributed data:
A business that conducts research and finds that most of its customers visit the business four times a week has identified the
The NHL, the NFL, and the CFL are becoming more interested in investing in the development of recreational sports for youths in order to
One reason that seat licenses and premium seating are growing trends in sport/event marketing is because these practices are
Which of the following is a trend in the sport/event industry:
What part of a marketing-research report would be mentioned only briefly in an oral presentation?
An effective technique to use when giving an oral presentation of report findings and recommendations is to keep the presentation
One of the main portions of a marketing report describes the research methods and the
Copies of questionnaires, interview forms, and other technical documents are often included in what part of a marketing report?
When writing marketing reports, researchers should make sure that they include a section about
The main portion of a marketing report that explains the research findings should include
An effective method of presenting complex report findings and recommendations to a large group of managers involves the use of
Which of the following is a characteristic of an effective marketing report:
Stephanie has completed a market-research project to identify changing consumer trends that will affect her company and its market position. She has learned many interesting demographic trends occurring in the population. What type of data should she
Which feature allows you to switch between several open applications?
The first generation of computers were powered by?
What is the mode of the marks: 8,9,10, 8?
If i use a pisture for representing the information, i an doing a...
In my class, there are 5 boys who like football, 9 basketball and 7 tenis. In a bar chart, what sport has the biggest bar?
When the bars are together, what is the name of the graphic?
adj. characterized by care and perseverance in carrying out tasks; quietly and steadily persevering especially in detail or exactness
adj. not presently active; potentially existing but not presently evident or realized
Tom has 6 shirts and 5 pairs of pants. How many different outfits can he make?
How many different ways can three people line up in a row?
An isosceles triangle has how many congruent sides?
A right triangle has one angle that measures exactly ______.
How many congruent sides does a scalene triangle have?
An acute triangle has how many acute angles?
Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 4 inches.
Find the area of a circle with a radius of 5 inches.
What is the horizontal cross section of a cylinder?
Find the volume of a rectangular prism with a length of 8 in., height of 5 in., and a width of 3 in.
Vertical angles are congruent.
Adjacent angles are congruent.
Two number cubes are tossed. What is the probability both will come up on a five?
What is the vertical cross-section of a cylinder?
Find the surface area of a rectangular prism with a height of 7 ft., a width of 5 ft., and a length of 12 ft?
The Pendleton Civil Service Act required which of the following?
The main purpose of the War Powers Act was to do which of the following?
Jim Crow laws were laws that were meant to do which of the following?
What was the goal of the Interstate Commerce Act?
Which statement best characterizes Roosevelt's position on trusts?
Which of the following was the main objective of the Agricultural Adjustment Act?
After the stock market crash, how did President Hoover try to help the economy?
What reason did Senators give for opposing U.S. membership in the League of Nations?
What was one result of Johnson's Great Society initiatives?
An example of racial tensions during WWI is which of the following?
What was the term used for belief that a reason,not custom or tradition,was the best guide to human conduct?
Whose sons were musical pioneers during the pre-classical period?
What is a term referring to the form of a single movement; consisting of an exposition, development, and recapitulation?
What are short musical ideas developed within a composition?
What is a compositional form derived from dance in three parts?
What is a compositional form sometimes used in place of the minuet and trio. it moves quickly , generating energy, rhythmic drive, and rough humor
What is a compositional form featuring a tuneful main theme (A) which returns several times in alteration with other themes: ABACA or ABABCABA
has been compared to Shakespeare and Michelangelo for his musical genius
was a childhood prodigy
worked for the Esterhazy family for almost 30 years
Which romantic composer was most deeply rooted in classical traditions?
What is Harmony that uses chords containing tones not found in the major or minor scale?
What is a composition for solo voice and piano where the accompaniment is an interpretive partner to the voice?
What is a group of art songs unified by a story line that runs through their poems or by musical ideas linking songs?
What is a piece in triple meter, originated as a safely processional dance for the polish nobility?
What is instrumental music having no intended association with a story, poem idea or scene?
Which was the most important of national school of music
Who was the father of the Russian music
What is a short musical idea associated with a person object or thought in a drama
What was music intended to be performed before and during a play setting mood for the drama?
Whose sons were musical pioneers during the pre-classical period?
What are 'musical works written specifically for outdoor entertainment'?
Which is the section of sonata form where the themes are treated in new ways?
What is 'a technique where a basic musical idea - the theme - is repeated over and over and is changed each time'?
Who had the longest tenure as President of USA
Which of the following cities is in Nevada
Which city was known as New Amsterdam
How many stars are in the flag of USA
Albany is the capital of which state
How much is a dime ?
Which is the 49 th State of USA
When was Pearl Harbour attacked by the Japanese Air Force
Abraham Lincoln was shot on 14 April 1865
Which is the tallest building in USA
Which of the following makes decisions about production in a command economy?
In which type of government is there absolute rule by an individual with the power usually being passed down through family lines?
In which political structure is power granted to the government by consent of the people and government must follow rules and regulations?
Which statement is supported by the November 2010Daily News headline which read (Election Win Strikes Blow Against India's Caste System?
How did England's desire to expand its empire impact the global economy?
How did the opening of the Panama Canal change global trade and interaction?
Many Europeans believed that their advanced technology made them superior to people whose societies were not technologically advanced. This concept is most closely associated with which theory?
Which statement about the culture of Latin America is most accurate?
In contrast to the United States which has a democratic government and a free market economy, Cuba's government is Communist and operates according to which type of economy?
All of the following are tenets of capitalism except
What is the difference between a rock and a mineral?
If I say that a mineral is very hard, what do I mean?
What types of rocks are there?
What is the hardest mineral?
What kind of rock is granite?
What does lustre mean?
What is slate used for, and why?
How can we tell the difference between a homogeneous and a heterogeneous rock?
What is the colour streak?
What rock does it react with acid?
Which of these is a quantitative variable?
Which of these is a qualitative variable?
What is the frequency absolute of 1 in 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3?
What is the relative fequency for 1 in 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3?
What are the central tendency measures?
If i have 8, 9, 10 and 8 in my exams, what is my final mark?
An imaginary line through a spinning object is called a(n) _________________
The path of an object around another object is called its ________________________.
It is because of _______________ that the Earth remains in its orbit around the sun.
When the Earth spins around and makes a full turn it is called a _____________________
It takes the Earth __________ to complete one full rotation.
When the Earth goes all the way around the sun it is called a __________________________.
It takes the Earth ____________ to make one complete revolution around the sun.
The reason why the southern part of the Earth has winter when the northern part has summer is because____
Spinning in a circle is an example of ____________________
Running around the track at school is an example of ____________________
A satellite is _____________________
It takes the moon ___________ to revolve around the Earth.
We only see one side of the moon because ______________________
We can see the moon because ______________________.
In a solar eclipse _____________________
In a lunar eclipse _____________________
The Earth has _________ moon(s)
The solar system includes ___________________
All the planets _________________
The largest planet is ___________________
The solar system includes ____________________
The only planet that provides life is _________________
All planets _________________
The largest planet is __________________
The smallest planet is __________________
The shape of a flattened circle is called a ____________________
The force that keeps the planets in their orbit is called ___________________________
The planets in corrrect order from the sun is ____________________________
The smallest planet is _____________________
A constellation is a _________________
Ballons filled with helium gas are taken outside on a hot, sunny day and tied to a fence. Over a period of a few hours, the balloon will
Charles’s Law states that if a given quantity of gas is held at a constant pressure, then its volume is directly proportional to the absolute temperature. This law explains why
A student heated a 10g sample of a compound in an open container. A chemical reaction occurred. The mass of the sample was measured again and found to be less than before.
Many laboratory preparations of solutions call for stirring the solvent while adding the solute. Which of the following is always an effect of this procedure?
A large log of wood will burn more slowly than the same log chopped into smaller pieces. What is the best explanation for this observation?
Which of these describes an exothermic chemical reaction?
A gas in a sealed cylinder is heated. Which of the following does not increase as the gas is heated?
The pressure of a gas inside a closed, rigid container will increase when the gas temperature increases. The pressure of the gas increases because the
Which of the following observations about a certain pure solid would indicate most strongly that the solid is ionic?
Melting can be defined as a
What points is the origin found at?
What would measure a pencils weight in?
36 divided by 5
What shape has 5 sides
What decimal is equivalent to 1/4
Which number below is prime?
4 × 6 + 7 – 4 =
The difference of two numbers is 6, and their sum is 18. What are the two numbers?
The product of two numbers is 21. Their difference is 4. What are the two numbers?
1, 3, ?, 27, 81, 243
What is the technique of giving clues to coming events in a story?
What is the resolution of a story?
What is an Idea or statement that is accepted as true without proof?
What is the topic of a story?
What is the message or moral of a story the author wants the reader to understand?
What is the conflict of a story?
What term means where the story takes place?
How a person thinks or feels about a particular subject.
What is the plot of a story?
What is tone?
Which weather event usually includes heavy precipitation, strong winds, and surface air temperatures below 0 degrees Celsius?
The Sun appears larger than other stars because of its
Which process must occur for clouds to form?
Which energy source is NONRENEWABLE?
In order to survive, all organisms must have
Different species of carnivorous animals that share the same habitat in an ecosystem may
In which type of rock is the fossil imprint of a fern leaf most likely to be found?
Which process is an example of a physical change?
All rocks are composed of
A life cycle is best described as the
Animal cells do not have these organelles.
Water passes through the membrane by this process.
What cell structure lets things go in and out of a cell?
What does the Chloroplast in a plant cell do?
Movement of particles from a higher consentration to equilibrium describes what process?
Found in Plant and Fungi Cells, but not in Animal Cells.
To look at most cells, what scientific tool would you use?
This part of a Plant cell makes it possible for them to grow over 300 feet tall.
Not having a cell wall makes it possible for animal cells to?
The chloroplast takes in CO2 and Water and gives out?
The Five Levels of Organization from simplist to most complex.
Which of the following is an example of an Organism.
Which of the following is and example of a Organ?
Which of the following is an example of a cell?
The main function of the heart is to?
What is the name of the process where Oxygen and CO2 are exchanged through a membrane?
Energy is needed to move things out of a cell.
Which is the most complex level of all living things
What organ acts like a nucleus in a cell
Your skin acts like this in the cell.
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What plant family produces fruit?
What is the plant tissue that carries water from the roots to the leaves?
What do we call the leaf arrangement where two leaves are attached to a node?
What is a compound of cell wals?
What tissue conducts sugar solutions in the plant?
What do you call the region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached?
Name the two main group of seed plants.
The root system that consists of many nearly equal-sized roots are
Vascular bundles are an arrangement of what?
Which of the following is an example of a gymnosperm?
__________________ is a collection of xylem.
What is the outermost tissue of leaves, young roots, and young stems called?
Chloroplast is an example of a ______________________.
What is the waxy substance secreted by the epidermis called?
__________________ is the region to the outside of the xylem in a tree trunk.
What is produced by cork cambium?
What is caused by the presence of water inside plant cells?
Plants that have water-conducting tissue are called _____________________ plants.
Flowering plants are also known as what?
What plant has silica in its cell walls?
What is the rootlike anchoring structure of mosses called?
What is a fern leaf called?
Which of these is an example of nonvascular plants?
Which seed plant group has seeds which are not completely covered?
In which plant group do we find true mosses?
What do we call an immature fern leaf which is also known as a fiddlehead?
What plant organs are attached at the nodes?
Ferns require _________________ for reproduction.
What do you call the root system which has one main root?
What do we call the structure which attaches the leaf blade to the node?
How does TABLE and CHAIR go together?
How does HORNS and BULL go together?
How does PURCHASE and BUY go together?
How does FAR and NEAR go together?
How does INSTRUCT and TEACH go together?
How does FREQUENTLY and OFTEN go together?
How does PERMANENT and TEMPORARY go together?
How does POOR and WEALTHY go together?
How does RAW and COOKED go together?
How does CONFESS and ADMIT go together?
What is the goal of comparative planetology?
Most asteroids are found:
The plane in which almost all planets orbit the sun is called the:
Which statement about density is NOT correct?
Our best close-up views of the jovian moons came from the many passes by:
Which of the following are terrestrial planets?
A gravitational "sling-shot":
The solar nebula concept of planet formation around the protosun dates back to:
Which of the following is NOT a way that terrestrial and jovian planets differ?
How do the densities of the jovian and terrestrial planets compare?
Anna bought 1 pound of butter. Which of the following is equivalent to 1 pond?
The walking trail at the county park is 1 mile long. Which of the following is closest to a distance of 1 mile?
A scientist filled an eyedropper with vinegar. Which of the following amount would fit in an eyedropper?
A quart is almost a-
Jackie plans to cover a tabletop with tiles. Which should Jackie know to make sure she buys enough tile?
Mrs. Thomas bought 5/6 yard of red fabric and yard 1/2 of green fabric. How much more red fabric than green fabric did Mrs. Thomas buy?
Landon needed to measure the weight of a pencil using the metric system. What unit would he use?
What is the best estimate of the mass of a pencil?
Which of the following would hold about 35 gallons?
A youth group was giving away peanuts. They had 51 pounds. If they gave away peanuts to 8 people, about how many pounds did each person get?
Which of the following behaviors of light provides evidence for its wave nature?
A ___________________________ is a discrete unit (quantum) of light energy.
If radiation has a frequency of 3.0 X 10^15 Hz and it strikes a material, what is the energy of each incident photon (Planck’s constant is 6.6 X 10^-34)?
If the frequency of light is 5.34 X 10^14 Hz, calculate the energy of the photon (Planck’s constant is 6.6 X 10^-34).
What is the Value of Planck's constant?
What is E = hf ?
Charge of an UP quark?
What distance is an angstrom?
What distance is a femtometre?
What is the speed of light?
Whats the charge of a down Quark?
E =
Physicist Thomas Young created the __________ to demonstrate the wave like properties of light.
What is the unit of measurement for Planck's constant
What is the unit of measurement for Electromagnetic Charge?
What is an electron orbital?
Vertebrates are a subgroup of
A Fish
A reptile
The gizzard of a bird
A Monotreme differs from a placate mammal because the monotreme
At some points, all chordates have a(n)
Amphibians differ from most invertebrates since many
Unlike amphibians' eggs, reptiles' amniotic eggs have a(n)
This organ passes materials between a developing fetus and mother
These help a bird balance, maneuver, and maintain flight
The bone on thumb side
Wrist bones
Fingers and toes
Cheek bones
Fracture that breaks through the skin
Heel bone
S shaped curvature of the spine
osteo means
Upper arm
shoulder blade
The _______________ is moveable
Neck bones
All of the following can be identified as causes of the Great Depression except:
The Social Security Act sought to provide for the following groups except:
Which one of the following does not belong:
During which phase of the Moon could a solar eclipse occur?
What is the maximum amount of memory that Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition requires?
How many grace period days do you have in which to activate Windows Server 2008 R2?
Which of the following is not a primary subsystem found in a server?
What type of installation do you use that starts from scratch?
What command would you use to prepare a Windows installation for imaging that will remove the SID and computer name?
What does Microsoft use to fight pirated copies of Windows?
Which edition of Windows Server 2008 R2 gives you the most access to processors and memory?
The ____ is a system of interlinked hypertext documents known as web pages that are browsed with a web browser.
The predominant markup language for web pages is _______________.
Microsoft’s web server is known as ___.
In IIS, a __________________ is a directory used in a Web site that corresponds to a physical directory elsewhere on the server, on another server, or on a Web site.
HTTPS uses port ____.
____ is the most widely used digital certificate.
Microsoft’s newest virtual machine technology is _________.
A __________ is a point in time image of a virtual machine that you can return to.
You typically use ____________ to remotely connect and manage a server, which allows you to run programs directly on the desktop.
__________________ is a special mode of Remote Desktop Services that allows you to run an application in its own window.
Which of the following best describes an improvement to the daily lives of South Carolina citizens during the early 20th century?
Although prosperous during the war years, South Carolina’s economy soon began to weaken. What was the main reason for this decline?
Which of the following best describes the KKK of the 1920s?
The period when many South Carolinians like Julia Peterkin achieved national fame for their work was referred to as:
The cultural renaissance caused by the Great Migration to the North by African-Americans was referred to as:
How did mass media affect South Carolina?
What helped to provide power to South Carolina during the 1920s?
What economic practice in the 1920s was credited with being responsible for people buying more?
This movement tried to convince people to avoid alcoholic beverages.
Which of the following best describes the United States approach to World War I when it first began?
Why did the U.S. export food during the war years?
How did SC benefit from helping the U.S. meet wartime needs?
How were SC farmers affected when Europeans were able to resume feeding their own populations after the war?
In some years, the boll weevil was so destructive it destroyed what amount of crops?
By the 1920s, which crop was no longer grown in the Lowcountry?
Why was it difficult for farmers to make payments on their loans?
Which of the following was not an outcome for farmers dispossessed from the land?
Why did international competition also increase during this period?
What improvements did mill owners make to living conditions in the villages?
How did mill owners attempt to combat economic competition and increase their profit?
Which layer of Earth is most dense?
All minerals share the following characteristics EXCEPT that of
The variable that changes in an experiment is called the
The processes involved in the rock cycle include all of the following EXCEPT
_____ is the factor that affects soil development.
Which type of processes reshape Earth's surface?
one of a kind; special
to see or hear someone and know who the person is
who a person is
safe and not likely to be at risk
to trick
a mistake
truly or sincerely
to react to something that has been said or done
easily noticed or understood
Forms that are outside of 'the shoe' and DO NOT experience a spelling change within the stem
The verb that has a stem-change from e to i
Yo ____________________ (querer) dormir.
El chico ____________________ (pedir) una hamburguesa.
Mis hermanos _______________________ (dormir) mucho.
Nosotros ________________________ (pedir) más dinero.
¿Tú _____________________ (poder) hacer mi cama?
La estudiante _________________________ (dormir) mucho durante la clase.
Mis amigos y yo _________________________ (querer) ir a la ciudad de Nueva York.
Nosotros _______________________ (poder) hacer los quehaceres.
What plant part is responsible for the majority of photosynthesis?
How do roots support the survival of a plant?
Why is the leaf of a plant able to contribute to the prevention of water loss?
What purpose do guard cells serve in a plant?
Which statement is incorrect?
Which is a difference between cellular respiration and photosynthesis?
Which summarizes the order of energy flow in a food chain?
A student studies the population of salmon within a stream over a six week period. During week two the study, the stream was contaminated with toxic waste. What can we conclude about the population of the salmon in the stream after week two?
How could acid rain affect the trees living in a forest?
Tulips are flowers that typically bloom in the Spring. How could tulips be forced to bloom in Winter?
What is an atom?
What is a molecule?
What is an element?
What is a compound?
What is a mixture?
What does homogeneous mean?
What does heterogeneous mean?
Which one is an example of a compound?
which is an example of a mixture?
what is NOT correct about a mixture
What is NOT correct about a compound?
Which of these problems has the Huang He (Yellow River) caused?
Which of the following do we know about North Korea
How does a balanced chemical equation satisfy the Law of Conservation of Mass?
If I wanted to speed up a chemical reaction, which of the following would I use?
1. H20
2. NO
3. Cl2
4. AgNO3
5. ZnC4H4O4
6. AlPO4
7. KH
8. Br2
9. NiF2
10, C2H4BrNO4
a written grant by a country's legislative or sovereign power, by which an institution such as a company, college, or city is created and its rights and privileges defined
company whose stock is owned jointly by the shareholders
a member of the lower legislative house in Maryland or Virginia before the American Revolution
expresses opinions that are at variance with those previously, commonly, or officially expressed
subject (someone) to hostility and ill-treatment, especially because of their race or political or religious beliefs
a member of a group of English Protestants of the late 16th and 17th centuries who regarded the Reformation of the Church of England under Elizabeth as incomplete and sought to simplify and regulate forms of worship.
a person who supports the separation of a particular group of people from a larger body on the basis of ethnicity, religion, or gender
person who journeys to a sacred place for religious reasons
a person given land and granted certain manorial privileges under the former Dutch governments of New York and New Jersey
an important assignment carried out for political, religious, or commercial purposes, typically involving travel
The _______ is the first 512-byte boot sector of a partitioned data storage device such as a hard disk
The ______ is a simple text file that defines which operating system to load on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 systems.
The _______ tool can be used to easily disable individual startup programs.
______ starts Windows with a minimal set of drivers and servers.
In Windows, virtual memory uses a _____ file
is the combining of network cards to provide fault tolerance.
is a group of computers that work together as one virtual computer to provide fault tolerance or increased performance.
The most common failover cluster is the _____________ cluster in which only one server is active at a time
In a cluster, an individual computer is known as a
is an electrical device to provide temporary power during power outages.
What is the standard NTFS permission needed to change attributes of a NTFS folder?
Which permission takes precedence?
Which of the following is NOT a share permission?
TCP/IP printers use port _______
What is a single virtual printer with a single print queue that consist of two or more printers?
What symbol makes an administrative share not seen when browsed?
When enabling Internet Printing, you need to install ___________.
What is the minimum share permission that allows you to change file and folder permissions?
When you copy files from one folder to another folder within the same volume, you get the ____________.
You are an administrator on a computer. Unfortunately, there is a folder that you cannot access because you do not have permissions to the folder. What can you do?
If full control is assigned to a parent object for a user, the full control permission will overwrite explicit permissions at a child object.
To see who accesses a file over time, you only have to turn on object access audit events.
When you are looking at NTFS permissions that are grayed out, it means that you don’t have the permissions needed to modify the NTFS permissions.
You can encrypt and compress a file within NTFS at the same time.
When calculating the NTFS and share permissions, you would apply the more restrictive permissions between the NTFS and shared permission.
What is used to grant access to objects such as NTFS files or Active Directory user accounts?
Permissions assigned to an NTFS file are stored in a ______.
What is the minimum permission needed to change the attributes of a file?
What is the minimum permission needed to take ownership of a file or folder?
What permissions are directly assigned to a file or folder?
The name of the answer file on a USB drive that has to perform an automatic installation
The technology provided by Microsoft used to perform a network-based installation of Windows operating systems including Windows XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003 and 2008
What is the program you should use to create or validate an answer file used to install Windows?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Using what you know about measurement, what tool and unit would you use to measure the mass of a block of wood?
Which kitchen equipment is used to measure the internal temperature of foods?
Which kitchen equipment has four 1-inch deep sides and is used to bake cakes, pizza, and fish?
What kitchen equipment is a bowl made of wire mesh that is used to remove solid pieces of food from a liquid?
Which kitchen appliance is used to fry, bake, broil, or roast foods?
Which kitchen equipment is powerful and versatile because it has assorted disks and blades?
Which kitchen equipment is used to quick-fry foods in a small amount of fat?
Which kitchen appliance quickly cooks, defrosts, and reheats most foods?
Which kitchen equipment is used to bake and serve main dishes and desserts?
Which kitchen equipment is used to measure large amounts of both dry and solid ingredients?
Which kitchen equipment is a shallow, round baking dish with sloping sides and may be used to bake quiche?
To thoroughly mix ingredients and incorporate air using a spoon, wire whisk, mixer, or food processor with an up-and-down and circular motion, is to:
Which measure equals one pint
To blend a delicate mixture into a heavier one, using a rubber spatula or spoon in a gentle up, down, and over motion so that the mixture stays light is to:
To increase the flavor of a food by adding herbs, spices, or other ingredients or to prepare a cooking utensil for cooking is to:
In a recipe, pt. is the abbreviation for:
What is the abbreviation for gallon?
To make something easy to chew by applying a process or a substance that breaks down connective tissue or fiber is to:
To cook food in a pan using vapor produced by boiling liquid is to:
To beat solid fat and sugar with a wooden spoon or electric mixer until smooth and light is to:
Which measure equals one pound?
The land was split up into ___________ in the Persian Empire and each had a noble that was in charge.
Persians developed a money system based on a gold coin called the:
___________ started in Persia and was later adopted by other religions.
The Greeks were a __________ people; they depended on the sea for their way of life.
__________ and ___________ were two of the most famous city-states of Greece.
Athens was famous for ____________ ; this is about thinking and learning about life and its values.
Sparta was famous for _________ ; they trained young boys to become strong, military soldiers.
________ were Romans who fought in Roman colosseums for the entertainment of others. They were often slaves.
Rome had a ____________; they voted for representatives of the people.
The wealthy people were called ____________.
Farmers and common people were called:
Judaism is a people who believe in...
Hinduism is people who believe in...
Buddhism is a people who believe in:
Christianity is a people who believe in:
The last day of school is....
How many Supreme Court justices?
Who is the current Supreme Court Chief Justice?
What is the main duty of the Judicial Branch?
Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 main levels of the Federal Courts?
What type of jurisdiction does the Supreme Court have?
Which Supreme Court case led to the power of Judicial Review?
How many women are currently on the Supreme Court?
Which justice on the Supreme Court is often the 'swing' vote?
Which article of the US Constitution establishes the Judicial Branch?
How long is the term for a Supreme Court member?
A symmetrical open plane curve formed by the intersection of a cone with a parallel to its side
Is a second degree polynomail function of the form, where a, b, c are real numbers
The __________ that tellsyou where the graph of the function crosses the x-axis
The __________ of a parabola is a vertical line that divides the parabola into two congruent halves
The _______ states that if ab=0, b=0 or both are 0
A------ is a parenthesized algebraic expression
A quadratic sequence is a sequence of numbers in which the second diffrences between each consecutive term
f (x) = a(x-h)2 + k where (h,k) is the vortex of the parabola
Is a technique used to solve quadratic equations
Bring the different elements of _________ into a relationship that will ensure harmony and efficiency
An amount of space between two things
parallel to the plane of the horizon; at right angles to the vertica
At right angles to a horizontal plane; in a direction
The product of a rational number multiplied by itself
opposite or contrary in position
a number that produces a specified number when cubed
the number that produces a given number when cubed
Raise a number to its cubed
A small partitioned-off area of a room, for example on containing a bed in a dwelling or one containg a desk in an office
In algebra, a cubic function of the form
Major Robert Anderson held on to _____ in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina.
Who was the president during this time?
What did the South depend on to win foreign support?
Lincoln did not tell South Carolina about the sending of ships to Fort Sumter.
How did the Confederacy decide to prevent the federal government from holding onto their ships?
No one was killed, but the South's attack on Fort Sumter led to the beginning of the Civil War.
What states were now in the Confederacy?
Who had better chance of victory due to the joining of Virginia into the Confederacy?
Robert E. Lee was a skilled militia leader that joined the Confederacy.
To hold on to Maryland, what did Lincoln do?
Kentucky was deeply divided over succession because the river would provide an invasion route for the ______, and a barrier to the _____.
Why was Kentucky convinced to stay in the Union?
Almost all naval power and shipyards belonged to which area?
What two countries did the Confederacy want to help them?
What strategy was the Union going to use?
Who won the First Battle of Bull Run?
Which of the following describes a prokaryotic cell?
Which of the following describes a Eukaryotic cell?
Which organism would be made of a prokaryotic cell?
Which statement is true about organisms?
Which organism below is an example of a unicellular organism?
What type of a cell has a nucleus?
Which type of cell does not have a nucleus?
What does a nucleus look like?
Bacteria is always unicellular and __________________
Which statement is true according to the cell theory?
Which type of chemical equation involves one compound breaking apart into two or more molecules?
The study of the amounts of reactants used and products formed from a chemical reaction is called ___?
The reactant that is used up first in a chemical reaction is known as the ___________ reactant.
The SI unit used to measure the number of particles in a substance is called the ___.
The number, 6.02x10^23 is known as
The mass of the reactants equals the mass of the products. This is the Law of
When gas burns to cook food, the type of reaction is _____.
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The writing of people in Mesopotamia was called ___________ and it was written on clay tablets with a stylus.
An eye for an eye would be an example of whose cose?
The Huang He was called China's Sorrow because it:
What is a dynasty?
What is an oracle bone?
The Chinese believed their gods put the ruling family in power, this was called the:
India has two seasons:
Homes in the Indus River Valley were made of ___________ and had baths and windows.
A __________ is a fort in the Indus River Valley.
Many Native Americans were ____________ this means they migrated from place to place.
Early americans grew
The people of the American Civilizations studied the stars and created:
We learned about the Mayan, Inca, and _______________ empires.
Most Native American Cultures believed in _________ gods.
People and animals were often:
Nebuchadnezzar built the _______ which has been named one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
54. What do geologist study?
61. Why is the inner layer of the Earth solid?
63. How old is the Earth?
65. What does the law of superposition state?
71. Which test is more reliable when identifying a mineral: streak test or color test? Why?
72. Who came up with the theory of plate tectonics?
68. What process turns rocks into sediment?
69. How is an igneous rock formed?
59. What are the two types of crust?
62. Scientists study the internal structure of the earth by recording and observing earthquakes. What is traveling through the earth that allows scientists to study its structure?
67. What generally signals the end of an era?
73. It is hypothesized that all continents were once joined together in a supercontinent. What was it called?
75. Where does old crust get recycled back into the Earth?
75. Where does new crust get created?
77. Where does sea floor spreading occur?
What is the definition of 'family'?
What is a 'nuclear' family?
What is 'monogamy'?
What is matrilocality?
What is patrilineal descent?
What is a 'heterogamy' marriage?
What is 'extended family'?
What is an 'egalitarian' household?
What is a 'sandwich generation'?
What are 'dual-earner' families?
Choose the answer that makes the following sentence true. When you multiply a number by a fraction less than 1, the product is....
Joakim is buying movie tickets for himself and 3 friends for $9.50 each. How much will the tickets cost all together? Write a number model
Joakim is buying movie tickets for himself and 3 friends for $9.50 each. How much will the tickets cost all together?
What is the area of a rectangular park that is 5/8 mile long and 2/5 mile wide? Write a number model.
What is the area of a rectangular park that is 5/8 mile long by 2/5 mile wide?
Delaney is cutting pita rounds into eighths. If she has 6 pita rounds, how many pieces of pita will she have? Write a number model.
Delaney is cutting pita rounds into eighths. If she has 6 pita rounds, how many pieces of pita will she have?
15 x 106=
3/4 x 7
9 x 11/12
Dennis inserted a keyframe with a car on the left of the stage into animation software. He skipped fifteen frames and inserted a keyframe with the car on the right. What process will the software use to fill in the blank slides?
Kimberly is changing the character in her animation from a dog to a cat in frame 175. To support the change in action, she should insert a:
Lester creates a keyframe that displays a cup full of water. Later in the animation, another keyframe displays the cup empty. What animation process creates the frames in between the keyframes?
Walt wants to view the animation while he is working on a project. He drags the playhead back and forth across the timeline. Which feature did he use to preview the animation?
Kelly is creating a presentation that will show the progression of a worm moving across the screen towards an apple. She will use playdough figures and film them. Which method of animation will she use?
Carol is showing a presentation at a trade show advertising her company's products. What is the purpose of her presentation?
Meghan wanted to view an animation while she was working on a project. She moved the playhead back to the beginning frame and then to the end. Which animation feature did she use?
Jay is creating an animation of a basketball bouncing into a basket. Which animation method will animate a basketball going into a basket?
Maria is viewing a webpage when an animated banner promoting a new software program appears on the page. What is the purpose of the banner?
Susie is creating an animation project. Which part of the animation program will she use to generate the viewable portion of the animation?
Anthony is ready to review his animation. He should analyze his project in order to do all of the following EXCEPT:
Preston is viewing a webpage when an animated banner introducing a new car design appears on the page. What is the purpose of the banner?
George is changing the scene from day to night in frame 64 of his animation project. To support the change in action, he should insert a:
Stephen has symbols and movie clips that he will be using in several animation projects. Where should he store these files?
In his music video for media class, Joseph has pictures of people that change from one to the next in a smooth manner. Which type of computer animation effect was used?
On Dana's birthday, her family surprised her with an animated slideshow of photos that gradually changed her baby picture into her current picture. What animation process was used?
To create a winter scene for an animation project, Eric wants a snowflake to appear to drift from the top of the screen to the bottom. Which animation method should he use?
The rapid display of a sequence of images of 2-D or 3-D artwork or model positions in order to create an illusion of movement.
Which of the following is not a use for computer animation?
The part of the animation program window where the animation’s content is composed and manipulated.
The study of the nature, behavior and uses of stationary electricity is _____.
This Greek philosopher observed amber attracting pieces of straw when rubbed
This scientist discovered materials other than amber can show attractive force.
This scientist determined static electricity exists in 2 forms: positive negative.
Which subatomic particle has a negative charge?
The simplest form of electricity is _____.
When 2 objects are rubbed against each other to produce static electricity, which force is being used?
Regions around a charged object that other objects are attracted or repelled from is called the _____.
These indicate the direction and strength in an electric field.
The SI unit of electric charge is _____.
Johnathan wants to know how fertilizer affects the growth of plants. The steps below are out of order. Which of these steps did Johnathan do LAST?
A scientist wants to carry out an experiment to learn how acid rain affects living organisms. Which of the following would be the BEST hypothesis to test for this experiment?
The independent variable is MOST often found on which part of a graph?
SI, the abbreviation for System International d\'Unites, is:
Is the following statement an inference or an observation? - It looks like rain.
Josh measured the speed of an object at 25 km per hour. This is a ---
Which science process skill involves using your five senses to describe what is seen, heard, felt, smelt, and tasted?
The boy has on a blue jacket. This is an example of ---
If it is cold outside, then the boy will wear a coat. This is an example of a --
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Which of the following describes the process of DNA?
Which mutation tends to be more potent?
What will occur if a mutation occurs in DNA that regulates the cell cycle?
What is a change in genetic material?
If a single nitrogen base is added or deleted, this will result in a ______.
What kind of mutation is a change in a single part pg the DNA sequence?
If the direction of certain parts of a chromosome is reversed, this results in a ______.
If one part of a chromosome breaks off and attaches to another chromosome, this results in ______.
If homologous chromosomes fail to separate properly during meiosis, this results in ______.
Which of the following statements is false?
Which of the following has not been cloned?
Which of the following results in offspring that are identical to the parents?
Gametes combine to form a ______.
Which of the following refers to a cell with half the genetic material?
Which of the following is an example of a haploid cell?
How many cell divisions is involved in meiosis?
Homologous chromosomes exchange genetic material at the chiasmata during which phase?
What refers to segments of homologous chromosomes breaking and reattaching at similar locations?
Independent assortment occurs when chromosomes line up at the equator during which phase?
Sister chromatids are pulled apart during which phase of meiosis?
Which of the following cells is created through meiosis?
Who is known as the father of genetics?
Mendel used which of the following for his studies in inheritance?
What refers to the passing of traits from parent to offspring?
Which refers to the very first set of offspring from two parents?
What is the term for a trait that is expressed when at least 1 is present?
What is the term for a trait that is expressed only if both chromosomes carry this allele?
What is the term for multiple forms of the same gene?
An organism’s inherited combination of alleles that is found directly on their DNA is called ______.
An organism’s inherited appearance as a result of the alleles is called ______.
Which of the following is an example of a homozygous genotype?
Which of the following is an example of a heterozygous genotype?
What tool is used to determine the probability of offspring having a certain genotype or phenotype?
Which law states that one form of the trait will appear over the other form?
Which law states that during meiosis, two alleles responsible for a trait separate from each other?
Which law states that alleles for different traits are distributed in meiosis independently of one another?
When 1 allele is not completely dominant over the other and results in an in between trait, this is known as ______.
If both blue and yellow are both dominant in a cow showing both blue and yellow spots, this would be an example of ______.
Blood type is an example of ______.
A disorder than is found on the X chromosome would be more evident in ______.
Which genetic disorder helps combat malaria, but can lead to more cardiovascular problems?
Which body cavity contains the heart and lungs?
Which body cavity contains the brain?
A group of tissues working together make up an ______.
Which of the following systems provide food, water and oxygen to different cells in the body?
Which of the following systems serve as a defense against disease and infection?
Which of the following systems remove waste material from the body?
Which of the following systems coordinate the activities of the body?
Which of the following systems produce and regulate hormones in the body?
Which of the following systems protect the body from the surroundings and communicates through sensory receptors?
Which of the following systems provide support and rigidity for the body?
I was designated as the official state vegetable in 1995. North Carolina is the largest producer of my crop and Native Americans started harvesting me in the 1400s. What am I?
I was designated as the official state insect in 1993. North Carolinians use me to make beeswax and honey. I am also recognized as the official state symbol in 17 other states. What am I?
I was designated as the official state mammal in 1969. I have a fluffy, long tail, and clawed feet for climbing trees. You may see me scurrying from tree to tree hunting for acorns. What am I?
I was designated as the official state rock in 1979. I am found all over North Carolina. You will often find me in a rock quarry where I am sold for building materials when super smooth surfaces are needed. What am I?
I was designated as the official state bird in 1943. You will often find me singing tunes in your backyard. If I am a male, I am brightly colored red. Most birds fly south in the winter, but I never leave my home. What am I?
I was designated as the official state reptile in 1979. I have a hard outer shell with bright markings of orange and yellow. You may find me living in the moist areas of woods or meadows. What am I?
Susie was playing very roughly with her chrome book, and later that day her friends saw her in the office. They heard the principal say that she shouldn't have been swinging it around in the first place. What happened to Susie?
Shianne was dancing at her studio, when she fell and was crying. She led early. What happened?
Carly was looking out he window when a bird suddenly fell to the ground. What happened to the bird?
Joana was writing on her computer case. She then got called up to the front desk by the teacher. She came back looking sad and regretful. Why was she looking this way?
Samantha wasn't feeling good on Monday. On Tuesday, she wasn't at school. Why wasn't she at school?
Marcus was reading his library book. Weeks passed, and he was called to the library. I heard him say the book is overdue. What happened to the book?
John was driving on the highway. After a while, his car made a sputtering noise and slowly came to a stop. What happened to John's car?
Katie was roller skating and the staff wouldn't let her in. She looked through the window of the entrance and saw it was packed with balloons, banners, and tons of little kids. Why wasn't she allowed in?
Murphy was feeding his dog Tara dog treats. He gave her one, and she took it, and then spit it back out and would m=not eat it. Why wouldn't she eat the treats?
Charlene was getting soda from a soft drink machine. She went to go get root beer and she pushed the lever but nothing came out. What happened to the root beer?
a person newly enlisted in the armed forces and not yet fully trained
a member of the armed forces who deserts
a general increase in prices and fall in the purchasing value of money
an act or means of sealing off a place to prevent goods or people from entering or leaving
an armed ship owned and officered by private individuals holding a government commission and authorized for use in war, especially in the capture of enemy merchant shipping
a form of irregular warfare in which a small group of combatants such as paramilitary personnel, armed civilians, or irregulars use military tactics including ambushes, sabotage, raids, petty warfare, hit-and-run tactics, and mobility to fight a larg
sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreement), making it officially valid
the doctrine that the people are sovereign and a government is subject to the will of the people
a list of items found in Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution that set forth the authority of Congress. In summary, Congress may exercise the powers that the Constitution grants it, subject to the individual rights listed in the Bill of Righ
are powers in nations with a federal system of government that are shared by both the federal government and each constituent political unit (such as a state or province).
People of the stone age were the:
People in the stone age ate:
The people in the stone age were:
People joined together in _________ to survive.
The early people were ___________
People made paintings on the walls during the stone age.
Egypt is in:
Egypt is a part of the
Floods were ___________ to the ways of life in egypt.
The __________ river is a staple to Egyptian life.
During the spring the river in Egypt overflowed, creating ______________ which helped to fertilize the soil.
When a person of roaylty or power died, they would be turned into a _________ to get prepared for the afterlife.
____________ were built for people of royalty. Their mummies and various items were place din the tombs for the afterlife.
Mesopotamia is located in:
What does Mesopotamia mean?
Mesopotamia was part of the _______________
Flooding of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers was _________ to the Mesopotamians.
Sumerians were people of Mesopotamia, they were excellent:
The temples in Mesopotamia were called:
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About 85% of corporate secretaries are female. This is an example of
Which of the following statements is true concerning the elderly in the U.S. today?
Which of the following best describes the relationship between sex and gender identity?
Which of the following statements is true concerning African Americans?
A(n) ________ minority is typically defined by physical characteristics.
Which of the following must be true in order for social stratification to occur?
A worker on an automotive assembly line would be in the...
_____ is dangerous because it is easy for groups to go along with a decision without critical evaluation of alternative ideas or viewpoints.
Which of the following is an example of an ascribed status?
A(n) _______ status is a position you hold in society that affects most other aspects of your life.
When a preschooler plays “going camping” with a group of three other children, each child taking a designated role, she is in the _________ stage.
The first step when a convict enters most prisons in the United States is _________, in which the person is issued standard clothing, given a haircut, and deprived of privacy.
____ theory says that socialization of children is useful in maintaining the status quo by teaching them their place in society.
Humans are born...
Which of the following is NOT a basic value that is commonly held in the United States?
can be either positive or negative and can be given by anyone in a group, not just someone official.
A ____ is a norm with great moral significance to a society.
Interactionist Goffman believed that human interaction is like a play on a stage: everyone wears masks and plays different roles depending on the situation. This is called ___.
In Karl Marx's theories, he believed that industrial societies would eventually be made up of two classes. The ____ would own all the capital and means of production.
____ is an approach to sociology that focuses on the interactions among people based on mutually understood symbols.
When managing a new site in Dreamweaver, the site name __________.
What is the standard file-naming convention for the home page of a Web site, or for the default page of a specific folder?
When you select an existing folder in the Files panel before creating a new folder, the new folder is created __________.
When you move files within a site, you should always move them __________.
You can press __________ to refresh the file list in the Files panel.
What is the result of changing a file name in the Files panel?
Organizing links of a Web site to support usability is a simple application of a science called __________.
The terms __________ and __________ are used to describe hierarchical relationships between pages in a Web site.
Which method can be used to create a hyperlink?
What is the easiest way to be sure you have selected all of the content related to a specific tag?
John wants to build a racetrack that will allow his toy cars to travel fast when a force is applied. Which material should he use?
A magnet is placed near a pile of steel paper clips. Which will most likely occur?
As a roller coaster car travels down a hill, which type of change in energy allows it to speed up?
Which form of energy does a car’s engine convert into mechanical energy?
Which type of energy is changed by plants into chemical energy?
How can an inclined plane make work easier?
Which simple machine would be the most efficient for lifting an object 30 m off the ground?
Why does air pressure decrease from the troposphere to the exosphere?
How does the temperature of the stratosphere compare to the mesosphere?
Which occurs within a high-pressure system?
How does the convection of air produce thunderstorms?
Which best explains how the Coriolis effect influences weather conditions?
Why is it important for the United States to monitor air pollution levels in other countries?
What do protists use cilia and flagella for?
Which organelle is used to transfer energy and can be found in plant and animal cells?
The cell membrane is unable to work properly. How could this affect plant and animal cells?
Which best summarizes organ systems?
What function summarizes the excretory system?
How do the respiratory and circulatory systems work together?
A scientist noticed that all of the offspring of the yeast fungus are identical to the parent. However, the offspring of a cat all look different. What most likely caused this to occur?
Natural disasters such as flooding and tornadoes are linked to ________________ succession.
What comes first after secondary succession?
Pioneer species for primary are
Primary succession starts with
Secondary succession starts with
What is the correct order for secondary succession?
What catastrophic event will cause primary succession
What catastrophic event will cause secondary succession?
A stable community is also known as...
An ecosystem can experience both primary and secondary succession
Which of the following is not a component of a nucleotide?
Nucleotides are also known as ___?
Which of the following is a purine?
Which of following is a pyrimidine?
DNA strands are connected by what type of bond?
Which scientist used x-ray diffraction to examine the structure of DNA?
What is the shape of DNA called?
Which scientist discovered that certain bases pair together?
Which nitrogen base pairs with guanine?
Where in the cell is DNA found in a prokaryote?
Which of the following is DNA and protein tightly packed together?
Which of the following is the term for chromatin packed tightly together?
Which of the following is the term for section of DNA that code for specific traits?
The parts of genes that code for proteins are called ______.
The parts of genes that do not code for proteins are called ______.
The protein that DNA wraps around is called ______.
The process for doubling the amount of DNA is called ______.
Which enzyme unzips the original DNA molecule during replication?
Which enzyme joins nucleotides to the old strand of DNA?
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In order to minimize empty space, metals arrange themselves in cubic and hexagonals. This is known as ______.
The substance that does the dissolving in a solution is known as the ______.
The substance that is dissolved is known as the ______.
The solution is a ______ mixture.
Substances that are in the same phase and are completely soluble are said to be ______.
Substances that do not dissolve in each other are said to be ______.
Ions that are surrounded by water molecules are said to be ______.
Which of the following is not a factor that affects solution rate?
A solution that contains all solutes possible under equilibrium at a given temperature is ______.
A solution that contains more solute than the solvent can dissolve is called ______.
The amount of solute that is present in a saturated solution tells the ______ of the solute.
The property that depends on the number of particles and not on the identity or properties of particles.
This is the pressure exerted by gases when the rate is in equilibrium.
These are solutes that are not easily vaporized and can be used to reduce vapor pressure.
A nonvolatile solute added to a liquid will do which of the following?
Mixtures that contain tiny clumps or particles that remain suspended are known as ______.
When colloids appear milky in bright light (like fog), this is called the ______.
Which of the following is not an example of a colloid?
Increases in boiling point is known as ______.
Decreases in freezing point is known as ______.
Colloids are made up of ______ and dispersing mediums.
The kinetic energy needed for molecules to chemically react is known as ______.
If the concentration is increased the reaction rate will:
In order to increase reaction rate by increasing surface area of a solid, which of the following would you do?
What is a substance that alters the rate of a chemical reaction without being permanently changed in the chemical reaction?
What is not true of a catalyst?
A decrease in temperature will do what to a chemical reaction?
Which of the following states that reactant particles must collide for a chemical reaction to occur?
Which of the following is created as a temporary, high energy, unstable molecule during a reaction?
The difference in amount of energy contained by the reactant and the products is known as ______.
This looks at the rate of chemical reactions.
A reaction in which the products are lower in energy than the reactants.
A reaction in which the products are higher in energy than the reactants.
A reaction in which the enthalpy of reaction is negative.
A reaction in which the enthalpy of reaction is positive.
A biological catalyst made of proteins is also called a(n) _______.
Catalysts that exist in the same phase as the reactants is _______.
The elementary reaction that occurs more slowly because it has a greater activation energy is known as the _______.
A series of steps that produces reactive atoms is known as a _______.
An equation that relations the reaction rate to the concentrations of the reactants is known as _______.
A solid catalyst placed placed in liquid reactants would be an example of a _______.
Chemical equilibrium is represented by ______.
Any factor that changes the rate of either forward or reverse reactions.
This states that if a stress is applied to a system at equilibrium, the system will react to offset the stress.
2 SO2 + O2 → 2 SO3 If more oxygen is added, which way will equilibrium shift?
2 SO2 + O2 → 2 SO3 If the pressure is decreased, which way will equilibrium shift?
2 H2 + O2 → 2 H2O If more H2O is added, which way will equilibrium shift?
2 H2 + O2 → 2 H2O If a catalyst is added, which way will equilibrium shift?
In an exothermic reaction, will heat be found where?
N2 + 2 O2 + heat → 2 NO2 If the temperature decreases, which way will equilibrium shift?
Heating sugar leading to char is an example of which of the following?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of acids?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of bases?
This states that acids produce H+ ions and bases produce OH- ions.
This states that acids donate a proton (H+) and bases accept a proton.
Which of the following is the conjugate base of NH4?
Which of the following is the conjugate acid of SO4?
Which of the following is not an example of a binary acid?
Which of the following acids contains hydrogen, oxygen and one other element?
Acids that can lose only 1 proton (HCl) are known as ______.
H3PO4 is an example of which of the following?
Salts are made up of what?
Acids and bases react to form ______ and water.
Acids and carbonates react to form ______, salt and water.
Acids and zinc react to form _______.
An acid test can be used to determine if carbon dioxide bubbles are produced. This is known as _______.
What would the pH for hydronium concentration of 1.00 x 10^-3?
This process gradually adds known solution to a measured volume of another solution with unknown concentration.
These resist changes in pH.
Which of the following represents a neutral solution?
What would pOH be if the pH was 11?
The study of compounds containing carbon is known as ______.
Which of the following elements can naturally form 4 bonds with other elements?
A portion of a molecule that is a recognizable group of atoms found in substituted hydrocarbons is called ______.
Linking many single units of molecules is done through the process of _______.
These compounds contain only hydrogen and carbon.
These are hydrocarbons that only have single bonds.
These are hydrocarbons that have a double bond.
These are hydrocarbons that have a triple bond.
This hydrocarbon has electrons that travel freely amount atoms in the ring.
Ethyne is an example of which of the following?
Chloromethane would be an example of which of the following?
One or more hydrogen atoms replaced with an -OH group would be an example of which of the following?
This contains (-CHO).
This contains (-CO).
This contains (-COOH).
This contains only hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen.
This contains a carboxyl group without the hydrogen (-COO).
Which of the following groups is found in nail polish, paints, varnishes?
Which of the following contains fruity/floral aroma?
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How do you bind an event to an event handler?
What’s the purpose of grid()?
What’s the difference between Text and Entry in a GUI app?
What is an 'event driven program'?
What is a parameter?
A GUI widget that only allows you to select one among many options.
Which line of code will import the Tkinter module?
Which method would you write to alter the value of an object's attribute?
Which text widget option will remove text from a widget?
What kind of object does a check button need associated with it to reflect the check button’s status?
What can you do to a closed file?
Which of these statements is true?
What are nutrients?
What are proteins made of?
What is the difference between mechanical and chemical digestion?
What is the main function of the excretory system?
What is the job of the red blood cells?
What is the job of a white blood cell?
What is the job of a platelet?
What gas do we have to breathe in for our cells to go through respiration?
What gas is the waste product of respiration?
What type of tine blood vessel surrounds alveoli (found in your lungs)?
How does sedimentary rock form?
How does igneous rock form?
How does metamorphic form?
What is Crop rotations?
When soil has lots of humus (decayed organic matter), how does that affect the fertility of the soil?
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