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Which is a valid conclusion based on a study of European art during the Renaissance?
As the Middle Ages ended, the rise of a middle class in Western Europe can be attributed partly to the
One reason Italian city-states were able to dominate trade routes from Asia and Africa to other parts of Europe was that they were
In the ancient kingdom of Mali and in the Roman Republic, an important feature of life was the development of
One factor that accounted for Chinese influence on traditional Japanese culture was the
Which European historical periods are in the proper chronological order?
Which factor helped most to bring about the Protestant Reformation?
The West African kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai flourished between A.D. 700 and A.D. 1600 mainly because they
Which societal condition was basic to the development of Greek philosophy and Renaissance art?
Before West African civilizations had contact with Europeans, these civilizations developed
During the Middle Ages, Europeans did not eat potatoes or corn because these vegetables
An immediate result of the Protestant Reformation was the
In the Renaissance period, which factor was emphasized by the philosophy of humanism?
The Magna Carta was important to the development of democracy because it
Mansa Musa's journey to Mecca in the 1300s is evidence that
When Russia was under Mongol domination, the effect on Russia was to
Which was common to both European and Japanese feudalism?
The Golden Age of Greece and the Renaissance in Europe were both characterized mainly by
The code of bushido of the Japanese samurai is most similar to the
One way in which the Seljuk Turks, Mongols, and Crusaders were similar is that they
One major effect of the European slave trade on Africa was that the slave trade
One way in which the civilizations of the Sumerians, the Phoenicians, and the Mayas were similar is that all
Which statement about the Aztec and Incan civilizations is a fact rather than an opinion?
One way in which the Mayan, Gupta, and Songhai cultures were similar is that they
The Incas, the Romans, and the Mongols were similar in that all
Both the encomienda system of agriculture in Latin America and the plantation system in Southeast Asia
A major result of the European Age of Exploration was
An observation that could be made about the Ottoman empire in the 1400s and 1500s is that the empire
An advocate of mercantilism would most likely have agreed with the idea that government should
According to the theory of mercantilism, colonies should be
In Latin America during the early period of Spanish colonialism, the deaths of large numbers of native people led to
In English history, the Magna Carta (1215) and the Bill of Rights (1689) both reinforced the concept of
One similarity between the European concept of divine right and the Chinese concept of Mandate of Heaven is the idea that a leader's power
In the 17th and 18th centuries, the theory of divine right was most often used to justify the
During the Age of Absolutism (1600s and 1700s), European monarchies sought to
One reason the Spanish conquistadors were able to conquer the Aztec and Inca empires rapidly is that
Westernization of Russia came about largely through the
Which outcome was a direct result of the social structure established during European colonization of Latin America?
A lasting impact of pre-Columbian civilizations of Latin America was that these cultures
From the 1500s through the 1700s, Western European imperialism in Africa and Asia resulted mainly in the
Throughout history a basic purpose of government has been to provide
The Neolithic Revolution is considered a turning point in global history because it led to
The primary reason ancient peoples of the Nile River Valley built levees, dikes, and resevoirs was to
In the practice of religion, the 10 commandments are to christianity as the eightfold path are to
Mandate of Heaven, production of silk, and reverence for ancestors are all characteristics associated with civilizations in
Which country has acted as a cultural bridge between China and Japan
After the fall of the Mongol empire which city emerged as the new political and cultural center of Russia?
Which concept is essential to the study of economic systems?
Which major geographic feature has hindered cultural diffusion between India and China?
Opinion and bias in written historical sources illustrate the need to be aware of
The golden age of India's Gupta Empire is known for its
which geographic factor enabled the cities of Nanjing and Mogadishu to develop into powerful trading centers?
Development and expansion of banking, insurance companies, and stock exchanges were essential to the system of
One way in which Suleiman the Magnificient and Peter the Great are similar is that they both
Simon Bolivar, Toussaint L'Overture, and Jose de San Martin are all associated with revoltuions in
Which event sparked the outbreak of World War I?
Japan expanded their empire in the 1930's and 1940's to include parts of
The purpose of Mohandas Gandhi's actiosn such as the Salt March and the textile boycott was to
The 38th parallell in Korea and the 17th parallel in Vietnam were used to mark
Which region is most closely associated with the expansion of the Sahel and overgrazing in the savanna region?
Mohandas Gandhi is best known for his
Which was a major result of the Nuremburg trials?
Why was the Balkan region referred to as the Powder Keg of Europe prior to World War I?
Which statement best describes the relationship between World War I and the Russian Revolution?
The imperialist policies followed by Japan after World War I were based on a desire to
Which series of events is arranged in chronological order?
The treatment of Jews in Europe during World War II and of the Armenians in the Ottoman empire are examples of
In the Middle East, an immediate effect of World War I was the
Which policy best demonstrates appeasement?
Which statement best describes the political situation that existed in the Soviet Union immediately after the death of Lenin in 1924?
One similarity between Russia under the czars and the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin is that in both types of government, these leaders
A major cause of World War I was
The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War I helped lay the foundation for the
Under Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union emphasized centralized economic planning and five-year plans primarily to
World War II is often considered to be a turning point in history because
In Eastern Europe after World War I, the greatest obstacle to national unity in many nation-states was the
A significant effect of Joseph Stalin's policy of collectivization on Soviet agriculture was
Which situation contributed to Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Germany after World War I?
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A similarity between Shinto in Japan and animism in African societies is that both
A person who practices Hinduism would most likely
Which belief system is considered monotheistic?
Filial piety and the five relationships are most often associated with
Group of islands that is not part of the Caribbean.
World's most powerful river that flows through the rain forest in South America.
Brazilian Highlands end with an ____________ or steep cliff that drops down to the Atlantic coastal plain.
Country with the greatest reserves of oil in South America?
The Amazon River is ____________ miles long.
Largest and longest mountain range in South America is?
A temporary warming of the Pacific Ocean off the South American coast, due to a weaker than normal ocean current.
Which of the following is grown in the tierra caliente?
Group of islands is called a ___________.
To produce gasohol, Brazil uses gasoline mized with alcohol produced from ___________.
Cooler temperatures are found at higher __________.
Vast rain forests are found in which climate zone?
Ships use the Panama Canal to shorten travel time between the ______________.
The river that ends in the Black Sea in Europe?
THe largest landform, in terms of land covered, in Europe is the_____________.
Europe has many ____________rivers. Rivers that are deep and wide enough for ships to travel.
Evergreens, or ___________ trees, grow in cooler areas of Europe's marine west coast cliamte zone.
The landform region that includes the Carpathian Mountains, Apennines, along with Europe's highest peak Mont Blanc, is _____________________.
England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland are political unites of what County in Europe?
Europeans developed skills in fishing, sailing, and trading because
Most of the energy used by the life on Earth comes from the _______.
Where do the plants get the carbon dioxide needed for photosynthesis?
Cellular respiration occurs in
Light energy is converted to chemical energy through the process of
Which of the following do not carry out photosynthesis?
Plants produce what two products in photosynthesis?
Where does cellular respiration occur?
An example of an autotroph is _______.
Carbon Dioxide enters the plant through ________.
Which organelle reflects green light and absorbs the other colors of light to provide energy for photosynthesis?
Where are the pigments located in the chloroplast?
Photosynthesis takes what 3 things to create energy?
An example of a heterotroph is _______.
What is the name of the sugar that is formed during photosynthesis?
Lactic acid is formed when muscles
Which gas is let off by alcohol fermentation?
Where does fermentation occur?
Fermentation occurs when there is a lack of __________.
What are the two waste products of fermentation?
As an athlete's muscles are forced to work in the absence of enough oxygen, the muscle cells begin to produce _______.
What was the name of the capital city of Ghana where the great marketplace was?
What do you call a layer or mass of material found in rock or in the ground?
How did Ghana leaders make all of their money through trade?
Arab scholars called Ghana the Land of _______
What characteristics made camels well suited for desert travel?
True or False: One advantage of silent bartering was that people who spoke different languages could still trade.
In which West African land would you find salt deposits?
What do you call the decorative covering worn on the heads of soldiers to show rank?
What was one of the reasons that led to the decline of Ghana?
Which geographical region is just south of the semi-desert?
Who can be part of an extended family?
What do you call a payment made by one ruler or country to another for protection or as a sign of submission?
Who is the leader of the family based communities?
What was a disadvantage of becoming part of a kingdom or an empire?
What does it mean to dig up an ancient site?
Simple parts such as gears, levers, pulleys, and linkages are used in what type of transmission system?
The chemical reaction of curing in concrete is called:
The fastest MAGLEV trains travel at speeds near:
Which tool would be the best to use for thinning a board 2 inches thick down to 1 1/2 inch thick?
A method of manufacturing where several different products can be produced using the same equipment and workers is known as:
Which resources would be used to manufacture wooden toy cars?
One example of a feedback monitor in an automobile is the:
A version of a product or device that is as close to the finished product as possible is called:
A means of achieving a desired result is called:
The action part of a technological system or how the system will achieve the desired result is the:
What was one of Ben Franklin's inventions?
In what month did Ryogo come to Midland Park?
How do you play Heroic Ants?
How many New England states are there?
Which John led the trip to Roanoke?
Which was the first book we read aloud?
Which things did Benjamin Franklin invent?
How many elements are there?
Which sentence is written correctly?
Which of the following is hyperbole?
The Quran, Mecca, and hijra are most closely associated with the practice of
The Eightfold Path, the Four Noble Truths, and the concept of nirvana are associated with the religion of
The ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia and Egypt were similar in that both cultures
The river valleys of the Tigris-Euprhates, the Nile, and the Indus were centers of civilization because they
In traditional India, the caste system and the Hindu beliefs in karma and dharma most directly resulted in
According to the teachings of Confucius, the key to the successful organization of society is that
A major result of the development of civilization in ancient Egypt was the
In traditional Chinese culture, which philosophy had the greatest influence on the development of social order and political organization?
One result of the Neolithic Revolution was
The silk road was important to China because it provided
. A major impact of ancient Greece and Rome on western civilization was that
One similarity between the Five Pillars of Islam and the Ten Commandments is that both
A major contribution of the Roman empire to western society was the development of
One similarity in the Mesopotamian, Egyptian, ancient Indian (Harappan), and ancient Chinese civilizations was that they each developed
All citizens in ancient Athens had the right to attend the assembly, where they could meet in the open to discuss and cast votes. This situation is an example of
The early civilizations of the Nile River Valley, Mesopotamia, and the Huang He were similar because they were
The hijra, Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina in 622 A.D., is important to Muslims because the journey
The invention of writing systems and the growth of cities occurred only in civilizations that
India's earliest civilizations were located in
The Upanishads, the Ramayan, and the Bhagavad Gita are considered to be significant pieces of Indian literature because they
Who was the President of the United States during the Civil War?
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What was a main reason large plantations developed in the South during the colonial period
Which constitutional principle best protects the public from abuse by one branch of government?
Many critics of the electoral college system point out that it
Which issue did the Virginia Plan, the New Jersey Plan, and the Great Compromise address at the Constitutional Convention (1787)?
Which headline is reporting the clearest example of the United States Constitution’s system of checks and balances?
The Three-fifths Compromise adopted in the Constitution in 1787 had the effect of
Which provision of the original Constitution allows Congress to enact legislation that adapts to changing circumstances?
At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, supporters of the Virginia plan and supporters of the New Jersey plan differed over the method for
“Senate Rejects Supreme Court Nominee”, “Supreme Court Declares National Recovery Act (NRA) Unconstitutional”, “Congress Overrides Truman Veto of Taft-Hartley Act” Each of these headlines illustrates the use of
Which action is an example of the use of checks and balances?
The term federalism is best defined as
At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the Great Compromise between the large states and the small states resulted in
The framework of government described in the Constitution of the United States (1787) most clearly shows the dissatisfaction of the founders with the
What is the most democratic feature of the original Constitution of the United States?
According to the United States Constitution, the federal census is used to determine the
Which principle of government is found in both the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution of the United States?
At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the Great Compromise and the Three-fifths Compromise both involved the issue of how
Many Antifederalists opposed ratification of the Constitution until they were guaranteed
At the Constitutional Convention (1787), which issue was resolved by the Great Compromise?
Which major issue was debated at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and contributed directly to the start of the Civil War?
According to the Constitution, the president is required to
Which system contains the esophagus, stomach, and digestive system?
What is the function of the lungs and diaphragm?
Which two systems work together to deliver nutrients to the cells?
Which two systems work together to deliver oxygen to the cells?
What is a bunch of tissues working together called?
Which is the following is the hierarchy of life from MOST complex to LEAST complex?
Which system does the words: oxygen, CO2, and lungs belong to?
How does the circulatory system depend on the respiratory system?
Which system transports nutrients and oxygen to the cells?
The small intestines in responsible for
If you had two boxes that had the same volume but Box 1 had more molecules in it than Box 2, you can say:
What would happen if you drop ice in really hot water?
Which instrument would measure 10ml most accurately
Conduction is when heat is transferred through contact or touching. An example is when you hold a hot cup of chocolate, the hot cup transfer its heat to your cold hand. How is heat transferred by conduction?
Conduction is when heat is transferred through contact or touching. An example is when you hold a hot cup of chocolate, the hot cup transfer its heat to your cold hand. Give another example of conduction
What is an example of heat energy transferred by radiation?
The Northern Hemisphere is tilted towards the sun, the season is:
Which statement best explains why the days in both of Earth's hemisphere are the same length during the spring and fall?
Which of the following has the greatest effect on Earth seasons?
Which of the following is considered to be an unlimited energy source?
The factory system was developed during the
Tools were made of a mixture of copper and tin during the___________________.
This person is known as the Father of mass production.
Technology is an example of an accelerated growth rate referred to as:
What type of engine is most commonly found in a car?
The highest percentage of shop injuries are to what part of the body?
Another name for ergonomics is:
Which of the following inventions was developed before the others?
The heating of a metal bolt to make it stronger is an example of what manufacturing?
Improvements on the basic light bulb are an example of a(n)
When a material is chosen because of its properties or characteristics, this is a consideration of the materials':
When choosing a material whose supply is limited, we must consider its:
Following a step-by-step procedure to construct a device is an example of using which of the following resources?
To make more effective use of time, it must be:
Stocks, bonds, land, and money are examples of the resource called:
Which of the following is classified as a softwood tree?
Which of the following is not a useful modeling technique for the problem solving process?
Ferrous metals are those that contain
The system used to make sure that products meet the standards set by the company, the industry, or the government is
What is the function of the lungs (pulmones)?
Which 2 systems work together to deliver nutrients to the cells? Coal 2 sistemas trabajan junto a transporter nutrientes?
What is it called when tissues work together? Los tejidos trabajan juntos para produce
How is life organized? Que es el organizacion de la vida? Mas complicado o menos complicado
Which human body is associated with oxygen, carbon dioxide, and lungs? Cual sistema tiene oxigeno, dioxido carbon, y los pulmones?
How does the circulatory system depend on the respiratory system? ¿Como la sistema de circulatorio y respiratorio trabajan junto?
Which system in the human body function primarily to transport nutrients and oxygen? Cual sistema transportar nutrientes?
The small intestines... (Los intestines...)
Two boxes have the same volume, but Box 1 has more molecules than Box 2. Dos cajas tiene mismo volumen, per Caja 1 tiene mas moleculas que Caja 2
Which instrument would measure 10ml most accurately? Cual instrumento mide 10 ml exacto?
When North Hemisphere is tilted towards the sun, it is (Cuando el norte inclina hacia el sol, el estacion es:)
What causes season? Cual es la causa de estaciones?
Air pollution from a gasoline fueled car is an example of an impact that is:
If a system operates properly, its output should be:
The first step in technological problem solving is to:
Modeling, testing, and experimentation in problem solving are used to:
If one resource is more affordable than another is, it may make a problem solution:
Choosing a problem solution that will give the most positive results and the fewest negative results is called:
Artificial joints and disease-resistant plants are future goals of __________ technology.
In order for technological systems to benefit people, the systems must be:
What is a person called who has knowledge about designing and building particular systems?
Every system begins with a desired result(command) called the:
A material that is being pulled from opposite directions in a straight line is subject to
The forward force that allows jet planes to fly is:
Designing or matching technology to the human user is called:
A house that is off-the-grid:
The science of growing plants without soil is called:
An example of a socio-technological problem is:
Which of the following is a cause of air, water, or land pollution?
Machines that perform manufacturing and construction tasks previously performed by people are called industrial:
An artificial hip joint is an example of which kind of technology?
Constructing buildings with wheelchair ramps and automatically opening doors in order to meet the needs of the handicapped is an example of:
What is a major feature of a traditional economy?
In which economic system used by early civilizations are decisions about the distribution of goods based primarily on customs, beliefs, and habits?
The Neolithic Revolution is often considered a turning point in history because
The development of which early civilization was influenced most directly by the Tigris River, the Zagros Mountains, and the Syrian Desert?
• If a seignior has destroyed the eye of a member of the aristocracy, they shall destroy his eye. • If he has broken another seignior’s bone, they shall break his bone. Which document contains these statements?
One similarity found in both Egyptian and Sumerian civilizations is that each developed a
One way in which filial piety in Confucian China and citizenship in ancient Athens are similar is that both
The rule of Shi Huangdi, legalism, and the tomb of terra cotta soldiers are most closely associated with the
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Which of the following conditions creates Sedimentary rock?
Which of the following defines Metamorphic rock?
Which of the following describes igneous rock?
What is the term for the cracking of rock due to heating and cooling over time?
What is the term for the formation of mountain ranges due to the collision of tectonic plates?
Which processes are needed for sedimentary rock to be formed from metamorphic rock
What is the meaning of subsidence?
When volcanic ash fall from the sky and lands on Earth, which of the following describes what is going on?
What would cause stones in a stream to erode?
When sediment is pushed together on a river delta, what term describes the rock that will form?
Which of the following describes rock formed from cooled lava on Earth's surface?
What is the term for the level of groundwater?
Which type of soil holds the most water?
Which type of soil is the best for an aquifer?
Which of the following carries the most amount of water?
Which of the following has the highest density?
Which of the following describes convection currents?
Which of the following accounts for different levels of salinity in oceans?
Which 2 factors determine density of ocean water?
What forms from two oceanic plates pulling away from each other?
Before WW2, the US and Japan had a tense relationship. Why?
Describe American attitudes at the start of the war.
Why did the US join the war?
Why was Japan able to do so much damage to the US Naval fleet?
What did the Lend-Lease Act do?
Why was area bombing more effective than target bombing?
What does appeasement mean?
What is the last day of school?
How many wheels does an 18 wheel truck have?
What color is George Washington's white horse?
How does the sun's energy most directly influence precipitation in an area?
What is the climate zone of most of the United States?
What are the two main factors that determine climate?
Which type of hazardous weather forecast is the most serious?
What information does a radar provide?
Which of the following would most likely cause the most damage?
What is created from lightening causing large increase in temperature?
Which can cause climate change?
Which of the following can create a sudden change in climate?
Where is a hurricane most likely to form?
Which forecasting data could best help decide if its going to rain?
Which of the following is the best for collecting weather data at the mid to upper levels of the atmosphere?
What are cooler, dark areas that appear on the Sun's surface called?
What element is the most abundant in the sun?
What part of the sun does fusion take place?
What is solar fusion?
What is the dust cloud formed by a dying star called?
What type of weather occurs when warm air in a thunderstorm rises into high-altitude, horizontal winds?
Which of the following was NOT used to pay for the war?
Which items were rationed during the war?
Which was NOT a result of the draft during the war?
Which items were NOT available during the war?
What was the purpose of the Fair Employment Practices Commission?
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How many planets are in our solar system?
What Galaxy do we belong in?
Put these in order from Smallest to Largest
When the planets orbit the sun, what shape do they make?
What is a galaxy?
Why do scientists conduct multiple trials on experiments?
What is a good way to show the distance between planets when using models?
How does temperature of water affect how sugar is dissolved?
Adding heat energy to a liquid substance,
Water droplets form on the outside of a glass when,
When students are trying to see what solids dissolve into liquids, they are looking for
When you think about filtration, which samples would use filtration?
Which statement is true?
What is similar about the attacks on bases at Pearl Harbor and in the Philippines?
Why was the Battle of Midway important?
Describe the Japanese attitude towards battle.
Who were the US commanders in the Pacific?
What is island hopping?
Why was the capture of Okinawa important to the Allies?
Why did President Truman decide to drop the atom bomb?
On which city was the first atom bomb dropped?
On what date did Japan surrender and WW2 come to an end?
Which country experienced the most casualties as a result of the war?
Which geographic feature did the British government use in 1763 as a boundary to restrict the westward settlement of American colonists?
During the colonial era, the British promoted the policy of mercantilism to
River systems were important to the development of the United States because they
The Virginia House of Burgesses, Mayflower Compact and New England Town meetings are all examples of
One way that the British government carried out the policy of mercantilism was by
Which factor most influenced the economic development of the colonial South?
The Zenger case was important in the development of colonial America because it helped establish the principle of
Which political feature of the United States developed during the colonial period?
Which action by the British government was considered by American colonists to be a violation of their rights as Englishmen?
During the colonial period, which geographic feature presented the greatest barrier to the westward migration of American settlers?
From the 1600s through the 1800s, the major reason for the westward movement of settlers was to
Colonial-era New England town meetings and the Virginia House of Burgesses were both
During the colonial period, the economic development of the South was most directly dependent on the labor of
The results of the French and Indian War (1754–1763) led to the independence movement in the thirteen colonies because the British
One reason traditions of self-government developed in the American colonies before the French and Indian War was that the British
The Proclamation of 1763 was intended to
In the 1760s, Americans in the original thirteen British colonies began to protest against
The creation of the Virginia House of Burgesses and the signing of the Mayflower Compact showed that American colonists
Which geographic factor most directly influenced the location of the first English settlements in North America?
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'Foolish wisdom' is an example of which rhetorical device?
What is the primary function of an analogy?
In the SOAPSTone method, which item represents the time and place in which a piece was written?
'America decided to enter WWII after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the immediate threat of global dominance by the Nazis.' This is an example of which term?
Which of the following is not an example of indirect characterization?
'My brother was boiling mad.' This is an example of which rhetorical device?
Which sentence is grammatically correct?
Which of the following sentences is a complex sentence
Which of the following definitions would define the term 'pessimistic?'
Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct?
happy
contento
alegre
acelerdo
aburrido
triste
deprimido
enfermo
enojado
enfurecido
What products are created by the process of photosynthesis?
What is the term for organisms, including plants and algae that create their own food?
In extreme cases, eutrophication can lead to extremely low levels of oxygen in a body of water as decomposers break down all the dead producers, a condition called
A landslide causes part of a mountainside to fall away, leaving bare rock. In the years immediately following the landslide, the area will experience
If these are present in a new environment, a species is unlikely to become invasive.
In Madagascar, several species of lemur eat bamboo, but each species specializes in one part of the bamboo-one species eats mature bamboo stalks, one species eats bamboo shoots, and one species eats leaves. This is an example of
In the example above, one lemur species eats only bamboo shoots. Bamboo shoots contain a high level of cyanide, a toxic chemical. This lemur species has developed a tolerance for a certain amount of cyanide. What do you think will happen over time
When energy is transferred between trophic levels, the amount of available energy lost is about
Humans are generally
Any being that uses the sun’s energy to create sugars is a
Which best describes evolutionary success?
Around 65 million years ago, 95 percent of the planet’s species were wiped out, and the age of the dinosaurs ended. Which of the following best explains why we still have numerous species today?
In the years immediately after a fire, a forest will experience
Which of the following best describes a successful individual in evolutionary terms?
Two species of finch live in the same environment. Overtime, one develops a larger beak to consume larger seeds, while the other develops a narrow beak to consume more delicate seeds. This is an example of
An interaction in which an individual of one species kills and consumes an individual of another is called
In the western United States, at the southern edge of their range, moose are sometimes so severely infested with ticks that they die. The tick/moose relationship is best described as
The ultimate source of energy in an ecosystem in which deer eat grass and coyotes eat deer is
A beehive depends on pollen from flowers to survive. Flowers depend on bees to pollinate them. Humans tend bee hives, offering the bees a place to live in exchange for some of their honey. The relationship among these three sets of organisms is
In a food web that consists of grass, mice, deer, coyotes, and hawks, which species is likely to have the greatest biomass?
In the history of the world, how many mass extinctions have occurred?
A deer eating a shrub is an example of
The first level of all food pyramids
A species with a restricted tolerance for environmental conditions is
Giraffes, lions, zebras, hyenas, and all other living things of the Serengeti make up a(n)
Every spring, many species of bird travel north to the Arctic to breed, in the fall travel south again for winter. This is an example of
You are studying the vegetation communities of the Mongolian grasslands in a 1000-square-kilometer area. What is your best strategy for estimating the number of individuals of different plant species growing throughout the grasslands?
You will be conducting a study of the interactions of vegetation, animals, mineral composition of the soil, and water levels in a salt marsh. You are studying the salt marsh
“All living things and their physical environment within a given area” best defines
A population of wolves is reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park. For the first decade, the wolf population grows exponentially. Then, the population growth slows. The new pattern is known as
Pandas depend on bamboo. The amount of intact bamboo forest will help determine the
Fish, cattails, frogs, water lilies, dragonflies, and all the other living things in a pond make up a(n)
A grassland experiences a drought that causes most of the plants to die and several watering holes to dry up. The antelope that live on the grassland experience a decrease in population because water and plants are key
In a population of 100 monkeys, you count 48 males and 52 females. This population has an approximately even
A population’s growth rate is determined by births, deaths,
An ecologist who is studying the mineral requirements and daily water intake of a plant species is studying the
Every summer, Siberian cranes fly from India to Siberia, where they breed and raise their young. When winter comes, the cranes fly back to India. This is an example of
The equation for determining population growth is
Tigers living in warm climates have thinner coasts of fur than tigers living in cool climates. This is a result of
The easiest component of biodiversity to measure is
The era that tells about Earth's formation
A listing of Earth's rock layers in order from oldest to youngest
Rocks and minerals are the same thing
The era we live in now
The rock cycle is a never-ending process in which rocks continually change
A naturally occurring solid in Earth's crust
Rocks that form when hot liquid rock materials cool and hardened
A property of rocks that measures how easily rocks can be scratched
Any trace, imprint, or remains of a living thing preserved in Earth's crust
The word metamorphic means
A property of rocks that tells its color when grounded into a powder
The age of a rock when compared to another rock
One of the four long stretches of time in Earth's history
These rocks form due to cemention of sediment
A property of minerals that tells how it reflects light
The actual age of a rock
Igneous rocks that form underground
The time it takes for half of a radioactive element to decay
Igneous rocks that form above ground
The oldest rock layer would be on the
Why did dictators become powerful in Europe prior to WW2?
Why did the League of Nations do very little to address world problems?
Which was NOT a problem left over from WW2?
Before the US joined the war, which 2 countries were left to fight the Axis powers?
Why did Germany attack the Soviet Union?
When did WW2 officially begin?
Which of the following countries were not controlled by the Axis powers?
Why did the Blitz fail?
Describe Blitzkrieg.
What happened on D-Day?
a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups, especially the political affairs of other countries
the policy of territorial or economic expansion.
a policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force
the action of annexing something, especially territory.
a country or area in which another country has power to affect developments although it has no formal authority.
an agreement made by opposing sides in a war to stop fighting for a certain time; a truce
a state that is controlled and protected by another.
a narrow strip of land with sea on either side, forming a link between two larger areas of land
a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority
a friendly understanding or informal alliance between states or factions
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a warship with a mixed armament, generally heavier than a destroyer (in the US Navy) and of a kind originally introduced for convoy escort work
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
conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.
a policy or attitude of letting things take their own course, without interfering.
belonging to a foreign country or nation
When paleontologists conduct investigations to answer questions about fossils, they need to _______________ before making a valid conclusion.
How does a high level of sediment in water reduce the quality for aquatic life?
Why are non-native plants a threat to native plants?
What effect does excess nitrogen, a nutrient found in fertilizer that is carried by runoff into bodies of water, have on organisms in a pond or lake ecosystem?
Rabbits with light fur outnumber rabbits with dark fur because rabbits with light fur
How would an increase in the number of caterpillars that eat the leaves off of trees affect an environment?
A species lives in a particular environment. Which of the following statements best describes the environment that the species lives in and how the species will look over thousands of years? The environment will
Environmental scientists conduct investigations to learn about the environment. Which method helps reduce bias during an investigation?
Removing trees from a habitat changes the area for many species by
Using wind turbines instead of burning coal positively affects the environment by
Which of the following best explains the presence of a sea-life fossil in the rock on top of a mountain?
A fossil found in one rock layer is of the same species as a fossil found in a deeper rock layer. Why are the two fossils slightly different in structure?
What is the result of rock layers being folded upwards?
**Sedimentary rock layers tell us everything about the history of the fossil record except
***What is true about deep layers of sedimentary rock and how they may change over time?
***The introduction of a non-native plant negatively affects an environment in every way except?
Why do non-native plants threaten native plants?
What most likely happened to a species that is found in the fossil record but have no living members?
Over time, organisms evolve from a common ancestor. Which process best explains why they now have different characteristics?
What is the best evidence that the surface of Earth has changed over time?
Which of the following describes what will happen to animal cells placed in a dry environment?
What structure do plant cells have that animal cells do not that keep them from bursting in a glass of water?
What is the name given to membranes that only allow certain materials to pass through them?
In passive transport, molecules move from an area of _____________ concentration to an area of _______________ concentration.
In active transport, molecules move from an area of __________ concentration to an area of ___________ concentration.
The process of water moving across a membrane from an area of high water concentration to low water concentration is called:
Diffusion and _____ do not require energy input from a cell.
Which of these does require energy?
Which of these molecules CAN pass through a cell via passive transport?
When a red blood cell is put into distilled water, it will _____
When a molecule enters a cell via the proteins on its membrane, it has undergone:
Chromosomes are ____________.
The period of cell division is called ____________.
Mitosis has _________ phases.
The process where the cytoplasm divides is called ________-.
The process during which the nucleus of a cell is divided into two nuclei is _________.
The first phase of the cell cycle are called _________.
Which of the following does NOT play a role in cytokinesis?
Chromatids separate at the beginning of this phase.
The cell grows in this phase.
A cell plate completely divides a plant cell.
The was created after WWI in an attempt to avoid another major world war.
The Selective Service Act was....
All of the following were part of the Central Powers except?
All of the following were causes of WWI except?
What was one result of the Treaty of Versailles?
What were some gains made by women during WWI
All of the following were reasons the United States entered WWI except?
This made it illegal to engage in public criticism of the war, gov't policy towards the war, the draft, etc
All of the following were the main allied powers in WWI except?
The United States did not join the League of Nations because
The Vietcong's supply line was named after which person?
What enabled President Johnson to have complete power and control in Vietnam?
Which of the following was a weakness of American forces in Vietnam?
Which of the following is an example of the Domino Theory?
What policy was the U.S. following when they got invovled in Vietnam?
Someone in favor of our intervention in Vietnam.
Which of the following is not a way to be deferred from the draft?
What was the result of the Tet Offensive?
The secret war in Laos caused displacement of which group?
Ultimately what were the North Vientnamese and Vietcong fighting to achieve?
If you were to measure the length of the tables in the classroom, you would use what equipment?
In the scientific method, you would conduct experiments to test your hypothesis and draw a ___.
How many grams are in one kilogram?
TRUE or FALSE. The amount of gravity between two objects depends on temperature and pressure?
We have seasons on our planet because Earth's axis is tilted at an angle of
The period of rotation on Earth is
Which planet is the largest, has the most moons, and the greatest gravitational pull?
What is Earth's period of revolution?
Of the following, which is the largest?
The two most common elements found in main sequence stars are
Medium-sized stars will end their lives by becoming
Supernovas produce
Two tectonic plates grind past each other horizontally at which type of plate boundary?
Approximately how old is the Earth?
The layer that makes up most of Earth's mass and volume is the
Which earthquake fault runs through the town of Concord?
The engine behind Plate Tectonics
The Earth's magnetic field, generated by the outer core protects us from:
The movement of the ocean floor on either side of the mid ocean ridge is known as
Which super continent began to break up 225 million years ago?
You are a very brilliant man Alfred Wegner noticed something about the shapes of the continents
The deepest parts of the ocean are associated with subduction zones are called
The Earth's core is composed of of two magnetic metals
The scientific scale used to measure the magnitude of energy released by an earthquake
During an earthquake, the most intense ground shaking occurs at the
True or False: Earthquakes and Volcanoes most commonly occur at Plate Boundaries
Land formations found in New England: Kettle Holes, Erratic Boulders are evidence of
Which if the following is not a type of volcano?
On a topographical map, a contour line is equal to
'Diction' can be best defined as which of the following?
'I am stuck on Band-aid because Band-aid's stuck on me' is an example of which rhetorical device?
Which of the definitions is true about Metonymy?
Which of the following is the main functions of Ambiguity?
“My life is my purpose. My life is my goal. My life is my inspiration.” This is an example of which rhetorical device?
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Knock, knock. Who’s there? Tank. Tank who?
To scatter or spread widely
To have been or proven superior in strength
A black person who eager to win approval of white people
Shining or burning
To send to someone something ussually in an indirect or secret way
An officail document that shows that a person is allowed to do something or have something
Made believe; pretended
Of vital or critical importance
Of deep meaning ;of great and broadly inclusive significances
lowly and sometimes degrading
Why was Rome was built on the Tiber River?
Why was Rome was founded at a close distance to the sea but not right on the coast?
Which group mostly worked as shopkeepers, farmers, and soldiers?
Which group wore togas with purple trim?
Which group held most of the government, religious, or military offices?
Which group had the most access to being well educated?
Which group made up less than 2% of the Roman population?
Which group was called the more humble class during the Roman Empire and plebeians before that?
Which group They believed that property and wealth were not that important here on Earth.
Which group's most holy book was the Torah?
Most important resource that Rome traded for.
After winning the ________ Punic War, Rome leveled Carthage and sold all citizens into slavery.
Roman general who defeated Carthage in the Second Punic War.
Cide- means
This word means study of living things
This word means rule by one
This word means rule by the people
The word means earth measurement
This word means beautiful writing
This word means study of the the stars
This word means same name
This word means heat from the Earth
This word means building together or building with
Symbiosis means
Confer means
Synagogue means
Scope- means
Transcribed has to do with
The root *test* means
Oper- as seen in operate means
Vect- means
Photograph has two roots meaning
Metr as seen in geometry means
What form and Voice is Siste?
What case and number is Gradum?
What is the form and voice of Fugis
What is the number, form and voice of Adloquor?
What is the number and case of Fato?
What is quem the direct object of?
What is the case of teque
What is the case of aspectu?
What is the case of Quod
What was this part of the book about?
In this equation A what is the acid?
For equation A, what is the salt created?
Which of the following would effuse the FASTEST?
A gas has a constant temperature. The starting pressure is 4 atm and takes up a volume of 15 L. If the new pressure is 6 atm, what is the new volume?
A sample of an ideal gas at 171°C and 4.0 atmospheres has a volume of 4.5 Liters, how many moles of the gas does the sample contain?
For equation B, if you have 5 moles of oxygen gas, how many moles of Na2O will you make?
For equation B, if you produce 16 moles of Na2O, how much sodium did you use?
Which gas would effuse the SLOWEST?
For equation B, if you make 10 moles of Na2O, how many GRAMS of oxygen gas did you use?
For equation B, how many grams of sodium would react with 3 moles of oxygen gas?
For equation B, if you are given 44 grams of sodium, how many moles of product can you make?
If you have 4.5 moles of salt and dissolve it in 400 mL of water, what is the molarity?
I give you 1,000mL of a solution and you drop in 54 grams of aluminum, what is the molarity?
When you double the temperature, what happens to the pressure?
Which of the following is not a unit for pressure?
If I keep the temperature constant and make my pressure go from 5atm to 15 atm, what happens to my volume?
d. If I have an unknown quantity of gas at a pressure of 0.5 atm, a volume of 25 liters, and a temperature of 300 K, how many moles of gas do I have?
When you add an acid to a base which of the following DOES NOT HAPPEN?
Yesterday I______ to my sister's house
I____________ some sweets yesterday afternoon.
Last Saturday John ____ some orange juice
What time __________________ breakfast?
Last week my sister______ her bedroom
Yesterday at 9 a.m I __________ lessons. It was Sunday.
Yesterday Bruno _______ early and had breakfast with me.
_________ a pizza for dinner last night?
Last Tuesday he_____ homework and went to the park.
My brother _______ the rubbish bin yesterday.
Which country is not part of the Middle East?
What is genocide?
A shortage of water can lead to all of the following EXCEPT
The money for a debit card is taken from your....
Why does the United States depend on Middle Eastern countries?
A ____________ bill from a credit card company arrives detailing all of your purchases and how much you owe.
Which of the following is NOT found on your credit card statement?
Why was OPEC created?
What factor most contributes to high population density in the Middle East?
What is culture?
Which religion is most common in the Middle East?
Which of the following would be more likely to occur in a theocracy than a democracy?
Following the Holocaust, which country was created as a home for the Jewish people?
refers to the act in which men are captured and forced into naval service.
A neutral nation does nothing to assist or impede a belligerent (warring) power. Neutral nations and belligerents often have different aims. A neutral avoids involvement in the conflict, but usually tries to maintain trading opportunities with the wa
an official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.
a person who clamors for war; especially : a jingoistic American favoring war with Britain around 1812.
patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts
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Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years in South Africa for protesting which government policy?
Which example best represents a primary source?
A geographic similarity between Italy and India is that both of these countries are located
The Code of Hammurabi and Chinese legalism both rely on the idea that
Which empire had the greatest influence on the development of early Russia?
The travels of Marco Polo and of Ibn Battuta were similar in that these travels
A study of Aztec, Maya, and Inca agricultural systems would show that these civilizations
The heliocentric model, the development of inductive reasoning, and the work of Descartes are all associated with which revolution?
What was one direct result of the Crusades?
What was a direct result of the trans-Atlantic slave trade on African cultures?
According to the European policy of mercantilism, colonies should
Which term is most closely associated with Hellenism under Alexander the Great?
Which river is most closely associated with Hinduism?
Which geographic feature is located in Latin America?
One way in which filial piety in Confucian China and citizenship in ancient Athens are similar is that both
One reason the Euphrates, Indus, Nile, and Tigris valleys became centers of early civilization is that these valleys had
Hammurabi’s Code, the Ten Commandments, and the Twelve Tables were all significant to their societies because they established
The global transfer of foods, plants, and animals during the colonization of the Americas is known as the
Match the third term, Hinduism, Caste System and
What is meant by Machiavelli’s belief that “the end justifies the means”?
What was a long-term impact of Marco Polo’s trips to China?
Pebbles and cobbles in a streambed are smooth and rounded as a result of the process of __________.
The process by which oxygen reacts with iron minerals in rock to form rust is called:
Which of the following is not an example of mechanical weathering?
Water that gets into tiny cracks can cause a rock to break apart because water _________ when it freezes.
he process by which rock minerals are changed by natural processes into new substances is known as:
The breaking apart of rock by physical means is _________.
Weathering is...
Which of the following is NOT an agent of chemical weathering?
Ice can break down rocks through...
Rock can be broken down by...
apple
banana
strawberry
pineapple
watermelon
tomato
orange
cherry
coconut
lettuce
onion
carrot
cucumber
eggplant
potato
grapes
broccoli
celery
corn
pepper
butter
cheese
eggs
ham
chicken (food)
steak
shrimp
bacon
turkey
sausage
drink
milk
tea
coffee
wine
beer
juice
water
soft drink
lemonade
breakfast
lunch
dinner
rice
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sauce
food
When you turn on your computer what is the name of the workspace that you see on the screen?
When working on a google doc, what google application would you go to to find the saved work?
What is the name of the input device that allows you to enter information into the computer?
What work do humans rely on computers to do?
In 1977 what was the name of the first personal home computer?
Who is the richest man in the world that put his software program Windows on almost all personal computers.
If you need to work on a Google Slides presentation with a fellow classmate, what button in Google Slides would you click so that both of you could work on it together?
When typing, what are the leters in the home row that your fingers rest on?
Once you post information or pictures online...
When chatting to someone online who you have never met in person, should you tell them where you live?
When typing a paper for school everybody knows you should use Times Roman or Courier New for the font. But, what size font is acceptable?
When coding (writing programs for computers) what is the name of the language and type of program you would use?
When searching google for a paper what term would you add on the end of the search terms to help you retrieve only educational websites?
When you save a document or a picture to Google Drive what is another name for the place the file is stored in?
What combination of keys do you type together to copy a picture or text that you highlighted on a Chromebook?
What combination of keys do you type together to paste a picture or text into on a Chromebook?
When typing a paper in Google Docs, your paper should have what margin set for line spacing?
When you want to make an online quiz or a survey for a group of people to take and you want immediate feedback you should use either surveymonkey.com or
In Ancient Mesopotamia during the time of Hammurabi's Code what machine/computer did they use to calculate numbers?
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What is the water cycle?
The ______ provides the energy for the water cycle.
Which of the following is NOT a form of precipitation?
Evaporation is:
Condensation is:
_____________ is when precipitation is interrupted in its journey through the water cycle and evaporated back into the atmosphere.
Which of the following are examples of a liquid changing into a gas in the water cycle?
Which of the following is not a result of gravity's impact on the water cycle?
Melting snow is an example of...
In order to become runoff, water must be...
Clouds are included in the...
Humans are included in the...
The mineral resources that we use come from the...
Volcanoes are included in the...
Because of the gases and ash that they send into the air, volcanoes can affect the...
Forests are included in the...
The blanket of air that surrounds the Earth is called the...
The _________ is also called the lithosphere.
Glaciers are a feature of the...
Because of the damage that they do to people's homes, hurricanes affect the...
Which of the following is not a result of gravity's impact on the water cycle?
The Coriolis Effect is _______________________.
Where would you expect to find more precipitation?
Where would you expect to find warmer temperatures?
The global conveyor belt is fueled by what two factors?
Ocean currents are NOT usually influenced by
A gyre is...
Which of the following statements regarding the force that powers the water cycle is accurate?
The name for Earth’s entire interconnected ocean current is...
Which of the following is true about the impact of temperature on ocean currents?
When ocean water reaches the poles, what happens?
When did WWII start?
What government type is run by a king and queen?
What kind of economy does the United States have?
Which of the following is NOT a cause of the French Revolution?
What 2 places did the United States drop a bomb on during WWI?
What does imperialism mean?
Which of the following is one of the social goals of Europeans during the Age of Imperialism?
Which of the following has no cure?
What caused the start of WWI?
In what year did the Great Depression begin?
Spanish class is
The spanish word that means greatest teacher of all time is
Of the following words, which one is a swear word?
The Spanish word for irresistible is
21 de mayo es recordado por
Hot Fudge Sunday
¿Sabes que es una patada yo muestra en su
Puppy Monkey Baby
Capitán América es una
cuando miro en un espejo I
Which social scientists focus their studies on scarcity, resources, and profit motives?
A geographer attempts to understand and interpret patterns and processes primarily by
Which factor most influenced the construction of semi-permanent settlements during the Neolithic period?
Which geographic feature was central in helping the Romans unify their empire?
Which region was the birthplace of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Hinduism?
The European system of manorialism is most closely associated with
The kingdoms of Ghana and Mali became prosperous and powerful because of
The Ottoman Turks viewed Constantinople as being strategically important because it
Which situation was an unintended consequence of Spain’s colonization of the Americas?
Throughout history, a basic purpose of government has been to provide
Mandate of Heaven, production of silk, and reverence for ancestors are all characteristics associated with civilizations in
The Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights both served to
Both the Han dynasty and the Roman Empire were known for
Which belief system is considered monotheistic?
The Golden Age of India’s Gupta Empire is known for its
A key feature of European Renaissance culture was
Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Henry VIII all played a key role in the
The practice of Islam throughout much of West Africa is evidence that
The location of the Inca civilization of South America demonstrates the
New scientific knowledge and understandings that developed during the Scientific Revolution were most often based on
Philo means
Agoraphobia means
Psych- means
Bio
Dyna means
Mono means
Demo means
Pax
Vore
Mnes means
A 10-sided figure is (choose the best)
Phonograph literally means
The root that means heart is
Aqueduct deals with
The root hyper indicates
Dictation deals with
The prefix anti- means
The prefix pre- means
Thesis means
Manu as seen in manuscript means
Technological advances like cartography, navigation, and shipbuilding during the Renaissance led to
Which international organization was formed after World War II in order to ensure cooperation between nations?
In the 1930s and 1940s, Adolf Hitler was responsible for killing millions of Jews in Europe. This event is known as which of the following?
One role of banks is to loan money to people who need to borrow it. Where does this money usually come from?
Which famous astronomer observed Venus and Jupiter and supported Copernicus's theory of a heliocentric solar system?
At the beginning of the Cold War, which was a difference between the United States and the Soviet Union?
Which was a common motivating force behind the explorations of the French, British, Spanish, and Dutch in North America?
During which of the following did philosophers such as Voltaire, Locke, and Rousseau discuss new ideas and thoughts about God, human reasoning, and government?
Which of the following describes an economy in which the interaction of supply and demand determines price and output and there is no government regulation of the economy?
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In the late 1700s, the Industrial Revolution developed in Britain because Britain
Which event sparked the outbreak of World War I?
Which action is most closely associated with totalitarian governments?
The purpose of Mohandas Gandhi’s actions such as the Salt March and the textile boycott was to
The 38th parallel in Korea and the 17th parallel in Vietnam were used to mark
What was an immediate result of the Great Leap Forward (1958)?
One way in which the travels of Marco Polo and the voyages of Zheng He are similar is that both
Which civilization is credited with recording data with quipu, developing an elaborate road system, and constructing Machu Picchu?
Some of the ethnic strife in Africa today can be traced back to the European division of Africa resulting from the
One way in which the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire (1915) and the Tutsis in Rwanda (1994) are similar is that both groups
The introduction of the Cyrillic alphabet and Orthodox Christianity to Russia is most closely associated with
What was one result of the European Commercial Revolution?
Which action did Japan take during the Meiji Restoration?
The belief that workers of the world would unite to overthrow their oppressors is central to
Which development in the history of Cuba occurred first?
The creation of the European Union (EU) and of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was intended to
In which geographic region has Aung San Suu Kyi labored to bring about democratic reform?
One way in which Hammurabi and Justinian are similar is that they successfully
One way in which the Treaty of Nanking and the Treaty of Versailles are similar is that in both treaties the provisions called for
One way in which Miguel Hidalgo, Ho Chi Minh, and Jomo Kenyatta are similar is that they all were
The Columbian exchange is most closely associated with the beginnings of
Which form of government is associated with the reigns of Suleiman the Magnificent, Akbar the Great, and Peter the Great?
Which example best represents a primary source?
Which statement best describes an aspect of a command economy?
The Indus and Huang He (Yellow) rivers are both closely associated with
One similarity between the Gupta Empire and the Arab dynasties of the Islamic Golden Age is that they
Which individual’s work had the greatest impact on the spread of Martin Luther’s ideas?
Which statement about the Scientific Revolution in Europe is accurate?
One reason the Bolsheviks gained peasant support during the Russian Revolution was because the Bolsheviks promised to
Which event can be considered a conflict brought about in part by a religious reform movement?
Racial Segregation in South Africa after WWII by the white government is called
Ho Chi Minh and Jomo Kenyatta were leaders of movements that were attempting to achieve
The movement to establish a Jewish homeland in Palestine is best known as
Missouri's application for statehood in 1819 raised the issue of whether slavery
The Missouri Compromise
How did the Second Great Awakening affect the slavery issue
What part of the compromise of 1850 created the most controversy during the 1850s
The Kansas-Nebraska Act
In its Dred Scott decision, the Supreme Court ruled that slavery
John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry
The election of 1860 showed how
What event turned the secession crisis into the Civil War
Why could Dred Scott not sue for his freedom
What effects did “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” have on society’s feelings towards slavery?
Why did Uncle Tom's Cabin change the way people felt about slavery?
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The documentary
The script/screenplay
The movie star
To play a role
The movie camera
Es un actor...
Es una comedia y me hace reir.
Es una pelicula de ciencia ficcion.
Me da miedo.
Me hace llorar.
Negative tu command: Salir
Affirmative tu command: Salir
Affirmative tu command: Tocar
Negative tu command: Tocar
What organelle or cell part is a double layer that surrounds both plant and animal cells?
What cell part or organelle is made of coiled up bundles of DNA that are shaped like X's and Y's.
What cell part or organelle controls all the activities in the cell?
What cell part or organelle is bean shaped and is where energy (ATP) is produced during respiration?
What jelly-like material fills the cell and gives it shape?
What cell part or organelle is a green, oval found only in plant cells and is the site of photosynthesis?
What organelle or cell part is a rigid, outer boundary found surrounding the plant cell?
What organelle or cell part is the site of protein synthesis? (It is where proteins are made)
What cell parts or organelles are found only in plant cells?
What cell wall or organelle is large in plants and small in animals; it stores materials.
This culture's religion focused on blood sacrifices from their kings
Which of these describes the Aztec religion?
Which culture adapted to life in the Andes mountains?
How were both the Incas and Aztecs conquered by the Spanish?
Which culture built huge causeways into their island city of Tenochtitlan?
Which culture developed an intricate calendar system of 365 days using their own numbers?
Which culture was located more in the middle of Mexico, where modern day Mexico City is?
Which culture was located on the Yucatan penninsula in Mexico?
Which culture created the city of Machu Pichu?
Which culture was conquered by Hernan Cortes?
To look at something carefully by attention to all of its parts is called;
There are four types of this; fiction (stories), nonfiction (biography, instructions), dramas (plays, writing that uses dialogue and stage directions), and poetry (writing that may use short lines, stanzas, rhythm, and sometimes rhyme.).
This is what people use in everyday speech. It usually consists of fairly short sentences and simple vocabulary. **colloquial **the language of everyday speech **may use contractions and slang **vernacular **The casual language we use every day.
An expression that cannot be understood if taken literally (example: Get your head out of the clouds).
This is the emotional feelings and associations that go beyond the dictionary definition of a word.
This is a restatement of a written work in one's own words that keeps the basic meaning of the original work.
This is the standard language of written communication, formal speeches, and presentations; may not use contractions or slang Use more formal words to help create a formal tone in a piece of writing or in a speech.
Language that cannot be taken literally since it was written to create a special effect or feeling.
This is reading between the lines. It is taking something that you read and putting it together with something you already know to make sense of what you read.
To strengthen an argument or an idea by providing facts, details, examples, and other information
White blood cells fight diseases
Diseases are caused by
The _______ system works to attack pathogens that have entered the body.
The immune system produces ________ to attack foreign antigents that it recognizes on the cell surface of the pathogen.
A vaccine contains a
Which is NOT a pathogen
A _________________ is part of the pathogen.
The body likes the constant state of being balanced which is called
Antibodies are specific and can only attack one kind of antigen based on its ______
Keeping the body healthy is the primary job of what system?
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