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Legal protection that grants exclusive ownership to the creator of any original work
A web site that is used only by the members of a group or organization.
The primary internet protocol for transferring files
E-mail software on your computer
Any distinguished symbol, figure, letter, word, or name that has been registered with a government patent office
A hyperlink to another web site that bypasses the home page and jumps directly to an internal page
The process of placing a graphic image on your site by linking to a file that is actually hosted on another site
A plant's leaves turn toward light when they grow. What is this an example of?
Which of the following best describes photosynthesis?
Which of the following is an example of asexual reproduction?
Xylem and phloem are parts of what plant structure
A plant's roots grow into the ground. What is this an example of?
What are three examples of nonvascular plants?
____ is the male reproductive part of the flower/ ____female reproductive part of the flower
In order for germination to take place, the environment surrounding the seed needs___
How do nonvascular plants transport nutrients?
What is the difference between an autotroph and a heterotroph?
What is the blank area on a web page that is placed there on purpose called?
What is a written description next to a form element that tells the user what kind of information is expected in the element called?
What is the element used on a web page to collect information from users called?
What is an individual attribute of an object called?
What is a form element that allows users to check more than one option from a group of items for a given question?
Space to the right and left of an image is called
A small window that contains commonly-used tasks; may be docked or undocked
Some action that occurs in the browser that JavaScript can monitor is called
The definition portion of a value is called
The primary workspace on the Dreamweaver interface used for creating web pages is called the
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The extension name of a Java source code file is
Which of the following is NOT a Java reserved word?
A Java ______________ starts with an open brace () and ends with a closing brace
Every java statement ends with a:
What does IDE stand for?
Which of the following statements is correct?
Java compiler translates Java source code into _________
Which of the following statements is correct to display Welcome to Java on the console?
Which term does NOT describe a way in which heat is transferred?
The transfer of energy through infrared rays
Which heat transfer method is giving the tree the energy it needs for photosynthesis?
Vaporization occurring at the surface of a liquid
The process of a liquid changing to a solid
What is a temperature at which water boils?
To change a Celsius temperature to Kelvin you should
The change of state from a solid to a liquid
Water freezes at
The average kinetic energy of the individual particles in a substance is the substance's —
The opposite of vaporization
Which of the following is a valid identifier?
An identifier that cannot be used as a variable name is a ___________________ word
Before a variable is used it must be _______________
An int variable can hold:
In Java, which of the following is not a numerical type?
Which of the following is a correct name for variables according to Java camel case naming conventions?
To declare a constant MAX_LENGTH inside a method with value 99.98, you write
Which of the following is the correct way to declare a variable?
What is the result of 45 / 4?
Which of the following expression results in a value 1?
25 % 1 is _____
To declare an int variable number with initial value 2, you write ___________
The expression 4 + 20 / (3 - 1) * 2 is evaluated to ______________
Suppose x is 1. What is x after x += 2?
Which of the following contains a valid comment?
Which of the following is a valid Java variable?
How would you assign the integer 5 to a variable named numberFive? Assume the variable is already declared
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Find the slope: (-5, 8) and (-4, 2)
Find the slope: (4, 3) and (-2, 3)
Find the slope: (1, -4) and (6, -2)
Find the slope: (-4, -8) and (-2, 0)
Find the slope: (9, 2) and (3, -1)
FInd the slope: (9, 8) and (7, 2)
Find the slope: (-10, 9) and (5, 6)
Find the slope: (8, 9) and (1, 4)
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What is an example of a long bone
What is an example of a short bone
What kind of bone is the pelvis?
What are the functions of a bone
What type of joint are your hips?
How many bones are you born with?
Which occupation takes the x-ray or scans of bones?
What occupation used manipulation of the body to treat disorders of the skeletal system.
What is a ligament?
What is not an example of a hinge joint?
What is an example of a fixed joint?
A key nutritional need during the 1st trimester of pregnancy is the need for _________.
Which of the following should a pregnant woman avoid eating for safety reasons?
What nutrient is often given to infants at birth?
How many times a day do newborns generally need to eat?
What is a good alternative for mothers who are unable to or choose not to breastfeed?
At what age do children need to begin consuming a 3rd serving from the milk group each day?
How can parents address a child's problem with overweight or obesity?
Which of the following nutrients are the greatest dieting concern for older adults?
Which foods are a good alternative for those who don't like drinking milk?
Which of the following foods would help a vegan meet his or her need for zinc?
Poor nutrition in any stage of a person's life cycle can ______.
Pregnant women should follow a diet ________.
The first solid foods to be introduced into the diets of most babies are __________.
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What is a web page that is used to base other pages in order to make building and maintaining a web site easier?
What are links that are used to navigate between the pages of one site called?
What is an image that is switched out with another image when a cursor is moved across it called?
What is the address of the site to which you want to link called?
What are colors that are consistent on all computer monitors across all browsers called?
What are small symbolic graphics called?
What is space to the top and bottom of an image called?
What is the dialog box that allows the properties of an entire page to be set called?
What is a form element on which a user can click to trigger an event called?
A collection of code and content that is used throughout the site is called the
Which of the following best defines the term anti-aliased?
What does the Image Size dialog box’s Constrain Proportions option do?
What changes when the Zoom Tool is used?
Which selection tool does not have an anti-alias option?
How is the Polygonal lasso tool different from the Lasso tool?
When a layer is created, where is it listed (or, stacked) in the Layers palette?
What word is used to describe “how intense or vivid a particular color appears?
You use this to copy a portion of an image and reapply it repeatedly to cover an unwanted portion of the image.
Another name for color is
These allow you to draw freehand and to create your own images and graphics
What is a family tree?
What is a culture?
What is a generation?
What is a nationality?
What is a polyglot?
What is a custom?
What is multicultural?
What is ethnic?
What is a class?
What is a cognate?
What is an ancestor?
What is a descendant?
What is a genealogy?
What is a relative?
What is bilingual?
What is native?
What is economic?
What is heritage?
What does migrate mean?
What does naturalize mean?
What is an alien?
What is a society?
What is a race?
What is a tradition?
What is a family?
What is racism?
What is patriotism?
What is a community?
What is an immigrant?
What is a citizen?
Which genotype is homozygous?
Another name for homozygous is?
Yellow body color is dominate to blue, what genotype would produce a blue body?
The physical traits that you see on someone
Physical Characteristics that are inherited
Trait that seems to disappear when there are two different genes present.
Father is heterozygous dominate and mother is recessive, what are the chances their child will be recessive?
Both parents are dominate homozygous what are the chances the child will be recessive?
Rod shaped structures found in the nucleus of a cell
Half of the gene
What is an essay?
What is a sentence?
What is a topic?
What is focus?
What is the introduction of an essay?
What is the body of an essay?
What is the conclusion of an essay?
What do you do when you edit?
What do you do when you publish?
What do you do when you brainstorm?
Also known as the parental generation.
Plant that Mendel used in his experiment
Another term for heterozygous
Nn genotype is _________ to nn genotype.
What are the possible genotypes for two heterozygous dominate parents (Yy, Yy)?
If yellow body is dominate to blue body, and Spongebob is homozygous dominate what is a possible genotype phenotype combination?
If a homozygous dominate is crossed with a homozygous recessive what are the chances your child will be a purebred?
A trait that masks another trait
Neither gene in a pair masks another.
One member of a gene pair
What is a paragraph?
What is a bibliography?
What is structure?
What is support?
What is organization?
What is format?
What is research?
What is citation?
What is revision?
What is summarizing?
Comedy, folk tales, and biography are different kinds of...
Stories told to make you laugh are probably...
Fiction stories that tell about a real event or time are...
Stories that mostly tell about people falling in love are...
History, biography, and autobiography are all types of...
If the protagonist is trying to figure out who murdered someone, the story is probably a...
If the protagonist dies, the story is probably a
Fantasy, folk tales, and novels are all types of...
A story of the life of David Beckham written by David Beckham is an example of...
A story of the life of David Beckham written by you is an example of...
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What is a craft that travels into space with instruments, but not people?
Which planets are Earth's two closest neighbors?
What is a very large planet made up of mostly gases?
Rings, gases, and many moons describes
The moon is a sphere of hot gases that give off heat and light.
Earth is one of the outer planets.
Earth's orbit is a path around the Sun.
You want to observe the changing position of the Sun. Which safety rule should you follow?
How is a star different than a planet?
How are stars and planets alike?
What is geography?
What is the geography theme known as place?
What is the geography theme known as location?
What is the geography theme known as region?
What is the geography theme known as interaction?
What is the geography theme known as movement?
What is physical geography?
What is human geography?
What is latitude?
What is longitude?
Scientists often use experiments to test their ___, which are possible explanations for observations.
A set of related hypotheses that are supported by evidence may become accepted as a ___.
A hypothesis must be stated in a way that makes it __________.
In a ___ only one variable is changed at a time.
A scientist who wants to study the possible side affects of a new medicine would probably ___.
Science deals only with the _____.
In a controlled experiment ___.
In today's world, scientists form a global community. This means that ___.
The set of skills or steps that scientists use to answer questions is the ___.
Scientists propose ___ that can be ___ by examining evidence.
If all appointment times have been scheduled with clients for a given day, it is described as a :
Which of the following would be achieved by using a pin curl with a closed center?
A dominant protruding forehead and chin with a small nose are characteristics of a :
Short and sturdy body shapes often have:
Which type of set allows you to position rollers diagonally and set from multiple points or origin?
Wearing a coordinated outfit would fall into which of the following style catergories?
The base shapes of pincurls are most often triangular, square, rectangle, and:
Adding the clients' service total and retail total will achieve which of the following results?
The visual appearance or feel of a surface that can be smooth or rough is known as?
What part of a curl is positioned around the roller?
Which of the following is not considered a core service?
One oblong followed by a row of pin curls is called a:
Which is not a common type of curvature pincurl?
A trimmer/edger, is a tool used to:
An outward reflection of inner thoughts, feelings, and attitude:
Which of the following hairstyling products adds shine and weight to the hair?
When three- sectioning the facial area, the middle or second section includes:
What affects the amount of volume, lift, fullness or mass achieved in a hair design?
During hair pressing, fine hair requires which of the following actions?
A term experts use to define the work rate of efficiency of work is called:
To allow for more control and the shrinkage factor, very curly hair should be texturized while it is :
Which of the following personality types makes decisions based on what is logical, and impersonal?
Which of the following angles best represents low projection(elevation)?
The two most common braiding methods are the 3-strand overbraid and the:
Two or more units repeated in a sequential repetition:
What type of balance is created when the weight is positioned unequally from a center axis?
A casual and comfortable clothing style may also be described as:
The total amount of money you actually earned is your:
In which of the three levels of observation does the designer use qualitative analysis?
Which design principle refers to units that are opposite, create variety and stimulate interest?
Two alternating oblongs connected by a ridge, one oblong is molded, and one is set:
The standard proportion between the head and body of a woman that most artists use:
Dividing your time appropriately between your professional and personal lies is an example of what:
Any portion or part in relation to the whole:
A category title for tracking and overseeing cleintele-building strategies is ?
What is a naturally formed, inorganic solid that has a definite crystalline structure?
A mineral is a
What is a pure substances that cannot be separated or broken down into simpler substances by chemical means?
What is the tendency of some minerals to break along smooth, flat surfaces?
What is fracture?
What is the way a surface reflects lights?
What is a measure of the mineral’s resistance to being scratched ?
What is the color of the mineral in a powdered form; made by “writing” with the mineral?
The tendency of some minerals to break unevenly along curved, jagged or irregular surfaces?
What is used to find the minerals color; unglazed porcelain?
What is a solid, geometric forms of minerals produced by a repeating pattern of atom or molecules?
What is a substance made of 2 or more elements that have joined/bonded?
Density is?
Monitors, printers, status lights are all examples of ________________ devices
RAM, random-access memory, is called that because
Computer CPUs execute ____________ code
Memory that loses its data when power is off is called ____________ memory
When a program runs on a computer, the component that executes the instructions is called the _____________________.
Mice, trackpads, keyboards, scanners, and joysticks are all examples of ___________ devices.
What does the acronym “CPU” stand for?
The main board in a computer that holds the CPU is called a _____________________
Computer memory that retains its data when power is removed is called _____________ memory.
Hard disk drives, CD ROMs, RAM, ROM and SSD memory are all _____________ devices.
_____________ is a program that runs on a computer to manage and control a computer's activities.
________ is a programming language compiled directly to machine code.
A compiler:
Web applications: __________________________________
In modern computer systems, a byte contains ___________ bits
______________________ translates source code into machine code and executes it one statement at a time.
_______________________ is software that is used to accomplish a task or solve a problem.
The code that a programmer writes is called _______________
A bit is:
At each step of its operation, the input to a CPU is
The main method header is written as:
_________ is a software program that interprets Java bytecode
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Any story, fiction or non-fiction, that tells about something that happened is a/n...
The story genre that tells about magic or impossible places is...
The story genre that is exciting and tells about facing danger is...
Any long fiction story is a...
If a story's setting is in the future or on another planet, it is probably...
A fiction story that is told in words and pictures is a...
A story that a cultural group has told for many years is a...
A non-fiction story that tells about things that really happened is...
A serious story, short or long, fiction or non-fiction, is a...
A story that tries to scare and disgust you is an example of...
The process of growing plants without soil is
The chemical and physical processes that break rock apart and remove minerals from them is
The acid formed when carbon dioxide given off from plant roots reacts with water in soil is
Cave formations that extend from the cave floor are
Organic fertilizers are
The three primary nutrients are nitrogen, potassium and
Parent material of soil is
___________ are the means we measure soil quality.
Soil with poor drainage and lacks air and appears as a bluish-gray color contains iron in this form
A soil that is characterized by good infiltration, poor water-holding capacity and good aeration is
The leaf’s cuticle
What makes a leaf appear green?
On a hot day, black clothing can feel too warm because
A flower’s female reproductive parts are called
A change in an organism’s surroundings that causes it to react is called
The amount of space an object takes up is its
The point beneath Earth’s surface where rock breaks under stress and triggers an earthquake is called the
Which of the following is an advantage of solar energy?
Magma that cools very slowly deep beneath the surface forms minerals with what type of crystals?
Materials that allow water to pass through them easily are
All of the following are signs that a chemical change has taken place EXCEPT for:
Explain the difference between mixtures and compounds.
This gas makes up over 65% of your body:
A 7.0 g rock is dropped into a graduated cylinder containing 15.0 mL of water. The water level rises to 18.0. What is the volume of the rock?
In the periodic table, what is a group?
Oxides are compounds that always include
One special type of solution that is not a liquid, but a solid, includes metals such as bronze, brass, and stainless steel. These metals are called____.
According to the periodic table, how many electrons does an uncharged element of oxygen have?
Iron and oxygen form iron oxide which is commonly called rust. Which of the following is a product in the reaction?
Which of the following numbers indicates an acidic pH value?
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I am sick.
I have a headache.
He is sneezing.
The pharmacist gives me the medicine.
I give him a pill.
I feel bad.
Open your mouth.
I have a sore throat.
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black shoes
a red coat
a white blouse
a pink cap
a gray jacket
beige pants
a blue dress
I am wearing
She is wearing a white sweater.
breakfast
to leave a tip
Each one pays.
She is having a Coke.
We are learning French.
I am going to the cafe.
Are you going to the restaurant?
I would like some fries.
Something to drink
to find
The P wave of a normal EKG indicates
Normal heart sounds are caused by which of the following events?
Which of the following is not part of the conduction system of the heart?
The membrane closest to the heart muscle is the
Blood from the cardiac muscle itself drains into the
The pulmonary semilunar valve prevents backflow of blood into the
The highest pressure exerted by the heart is called the
Which part of the heart is the last to become excited during a cardiac cycle?
The cardiac reflex control centers are located within the
What is the prominent symptom of pericarditis?
What is the center of an earthquake on the Earth's surface?
The _______________ is the outermost layer of the Earth where the tectonic plates are? It is made up of the crust and the upper part of the mantle.
Rock fragments created by explosive volcanic eruptions are called
What is a break in the Earth’s crust along which blocks of the crust slide?
What is the theory, created by Wegener, that continents can drift apart from one another?
A shield volcano is
What type of boudary is created when two tectonic plates push together or collide?
What type of fault is created from divergent motions, is usually weak, and has a shallow focus?
A crater is
These seismic waves move side to side, occur second, and cannot travel through liquids.
By the end of prophase, each of the following has occured except ___________.
Which of the following does not occur as a cell grows larger and larger?
Why is the synthesis stage called this?
A cell has 12 chromosomes. How many chromosomes will each daughter cell have?
The cell cycle is regulated by __________.
Cancer cells can reproduce rapidly because they
What is cancer caused by?
Prokaryotes divide by binary fission, a form of asexual reproduction in which
It is often said that normal cells change into cancerous cells frequently in our bodies. Which of the following explanations accounts for the relative rarity of cancer?
What is the role of cyclin-dependent kinases in the cell cycle?
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Electromagnetic waves are transverse waves that transfer
What is another name for the bending of light
The electromagnetic waves with the longest wavelengths and lowest frequencies are
What color is a red apple in blue light?
What type of lens focuses light?
Where is the retina found in the human eye?
What type of mirror focuses light
Mircrowaves are a type of
Which of the following is associated with heat?
What type of waves does sunscreen protect against
What are mechanical waves caused by
What is the peak or top of a wave called
What is the length of a wave from crest to crest called?
Which one is in the correct order?
Why does laser light travel so far?
What type of waves are microwaves, radar, and cell phone waves
Why can electromagnet waves travel through space?
Which wave kills skin cells and come from the sun?
Which of the following are opaque?
Which of the following are translucent?
Which is the best reason for not using a moving car as a reference point?
Which of the following is the best reference point for describing the motion of the planets in our solar system?
Jeff is in a stationary school bus in the front of his school. Which of these is the best reference point for him to use to determine when the bus starts to move?
If a car traveled 78 miles in 1.30 hours, what speed was the car traveling? (Speed=Distance/Time)
The SI unit for measuring distance is the ________.
____________ is the length of the path between two points.
A ___________________ is a place or object used for comparison to determine if something is in motion.
David pushes on a book cart with 50N of force. The cart will not start moving unless David overcomes 10N of friction. What is the net force on the cart when David starts pushing? (
Work/Time=______________
The unit of work is the ___________
The unit of power is the ___________.
The force you exert when you use a machine is the __________.
The force exerted by the machine is the _____________.
Divide output work by input work and multiply by 100% to find a machine's.....
The fixed point that a lever pivots around is the _______.
A single fixed pulley changes the ____________ of a force.
A system of fixed and __________ pulleys is called a block and tackle.
Work is done on an object when the object moves in the same direction as the force applied.
The more power you use to move an object, the more work you do.
The farther you move an object, the more work you do.
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Besinlerimizin içindeki besleyici maddeler ...............................ta kana karışır. Boş bırakılan yere aşağıdakilerden hangisi gelmelidir?
Besinlerde bulunan su ve tuz ise ....................................... da kana geçer. Boş bırakılan yere aşağıdakilerden hangisi gelmelidir?
Atık maddelerin vücudumuzdan uzaklaştırılması işlemine ....................... denir. Boş bırakılan yere aşağıdakilerden hangisi gelmelidir?
...................... vücudumuzdaki fazla suyu idrara dönüştürür. Boş bırakılan yere aşağıdakilerden hangisi gelmelidir?
Aşağıdakilerden hangisi sindirime yardımcı yapı ve organlardan biri değildir?
Sigara öncelikle aşağıdaki yapı ve organlardan hangisine zarar verir?
İyot Çözeltisi damlatıldığında hangi gruptaki besinler maviye dönüşür ?
Kanı zararlı maddelerden temizleyen yapı ve organlar hangi seçenekte verilmiştir?
Kan, böbreklerde süzülür. Bunun sonucunda aşağıdakilerden hangisi oluşur?
Besinlerin emilerek, kana karışır hale gelmesini sağlayan organ hangisidir?
Aşağıdakilerden hangisi yanlıştır?
Sigarada bağımlılık yapan madde aşağıdakilerden hangisidir?
Alkol öncelikle hangi yapı ve organları etkiler?
“Protein” ile ilgili verilen bilgilerden hangisi yanlıştır
Buğday, pirinç, arpa, yulaf, ekmek, makarnada bulunan besin çeşidi hangisidir?
Turunçgiller, domates, çilek, maydanozda bulunan vitamin çeşidi hangisidir?
Kanı süzerek zararlı maddeleri temizleyen organımız hangisidir?
İdrarı böbreklerden idrar kesesine taşıyan yapı aşağıdakilerden hangisidir?
Makarna, ekmek, patates vb. besinlerde en çok bulunan besin içeriği aşağıdakilerden hangisidir?
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Why does the Hubble telescope take clearer pictures than other optical telescopes?
What is a tool that makes distant objects appear larger?
What type of telescope collects light to magnify objects?
What type of telescope collects radio waves instead of light?
What happens when you make an object appear larger?
What is the nearest star to Earth?
What is to move in a path around something?
What is a small, rounded body in orbit around a planet?
What is the Sun, planets, moons, and other objects that orbit the Sun?
Compared to Earth, the outer planets are
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How many horses are there in America?
What is the most popular horse breed in the US?
How many bones does a horse have?
How old was the oldest living horse?
How tall is the tallest living horse?
Which is the difference between horses and ponies.
How do you measure horses?
About how long do horses live?
What the name for a female horse?
The horse Rachel Alexandra made history by:
The basis of the psychoanalytic approach is
What are the three levels of awareness?
What are the three structures of personality according to Freud?
Comparing one's self to those around them can result in ________ according to Adler.
According to _______________, people move towards someone, against someone or away from someone.
All of the following psychologists are associated with the psychoanalytic approach except
A biological characteristic is a
If Miss Patchin yells at Alex & HanJun for speaking Korean in class because she is angry that the internet shut down twice as she made this quiz, that is an example of
When Grace is angry she covers her ears and ignores the person making her angry, this is an example of
Which psychologist is associated with the behavioral approach?
Who developed the hierarchy of needs?
According to the _____________ approach humans are born good and trying to reach their full potential.
Eating with your hands is an example of
Psychology is the study of feelings, thoughts, and _____________.
All of the following are labeled deviances except
Who is the best soccer player ever?
According to the behaviorist view personality is developed through
Not being able to recall a traumatic event is an example of
Jennifer likes her office kept a certain way. She is always on time and sometimes early to appointments. She organizes timelines for even the smallest projects. What personality disorder does she have?
Personality tests are accurate assessments of one's personality
In 1095 A.D., Pope Urban II called for a crusade to
Christian knights captured Jerusalem during which crusade?
Which Treaty in 1122 gave church leaders sole power to elect and invest bishops with spiritual authority?
The ____________ were a series of wars between Christians and muslims over control of the holy land?
The appointment and installation of bishops by non-clergy is known as...
The Christian campaign to drive Muslims from the Iberian Peninsula was known as the
The English King who was forced to sign the Magna Carta was
King John signed the Magna Carta to
The gothic style of architecture is known for
the everyday language of ordinary people is called the
. return year after year
have transport tissue for carrying water, nutrients, and sugar
vascular plants that reproduce without seeds and have feathery fronds that collect light
response of plants to turn towards light
flower when there is less than a certain number of daylight hours (usually 11-15 hours)
plants that grow cones which produce seeds
carries sugar from the leaves to each of the plant’s cells
vascular plant whose seeds are not in a container
Seeds germinate by absorbing
very short green nonvascular plant that does not have true roots, stems, or leaves
are very small and lack tissues to carry water, nutrients, and sugar
vascular plant that produces flowers and has seeds contained in a fruit
germinate, flower, make seeds, and die within one growing season
carries water and nutrients from roots to the leaves
flower when there is more than a certain number of daylight hours (usually 14-16 hours)
response of plant roots to grow downward and shoots of plants to grow upward
Most plants produce new plants from
Sprouting seeds need
Nonvascular plants often live in _______________ places
Name 3 uses of conifer wood:
Mercurio
Venus
Tierra
Marte
Jupiter
Saturno
Urano
Neptuno
Pluton
Sol
Which of the following is the best example of someone exhibiting obsessive-compulsive disorder?
The goal of humanistic therapy is
According to the psychoanalytic view, depression is caused by
Which of the following is a criteria for diagnosing abnormal behaviors or disorders?
Mental illness is a result of one’s genetic make up according to the ________ view.
_________________ is the psychologist who developed client-centered therapy.
All of the following are examples of abnormal behavior except
What is used to classify mental illnesses?
An irrational fear is a
A form of operant conditioning in which a person is given a reward that can be handed in for a larger reward is
mis amigos ____ de malvern
Tu eres______ de bogota
La clase ________ divertido
Juan y yo _______ de Espana
marta ____ guapa
Los estudiantes__________buenos
Sr. Gring ______ de Malvern
give opposite adjectivo..... alto
trabajadora
timido
The organisms of one species living together in the same place at the same time are a
The job or role of an organism in the ecosystem is
Which word best describes frogs, birds and insects in an ecosystem?
All of the organisms living in an area and the nonliving features of their environment are known as a(n)
On a coral reef ecosystem which factor below would be considered biotic?
On a coral reef ecosystem which factor would be considered abiotic?
What is a more complete model of feeding relationships?
Drought, fewer plants, and fewer nesting sites are examples of ____________ factors.
Which of the following is an abiotic factor in a biome?
Anything that restricts the number of individuals living in a population is
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A student wants to test the impact of X-ray radiation on tomato plant growth. Which of the following guidelines should be followed when designing the control group?
An investigation is performed to determine how the angle of a ramp affects the speed of a ball as it rolls down the ramp. In addition to using the same ball and the same ramp, which of these should also remain constant?
A student applied equal forces to 2 carts for the same amount of time. He wants to use line graphs to show that Cart 1 accelerated at a greater rate than Cart 2. Which set of axis labels should the student use to best convey this relationship?
A 6-N force and an 8-N force act at a 90-degree angle to each other on the same object. What is the magnitude of the net force acting on the object?
Franklin wants to know how fast he runs different distances. He uses a stopwatch to measure the time it takes him to complete a 50-meter, 100-meter, and 200-meter race. How can he calculate his speed for each race?
A cart’s initial velocity is 3.0 meters per second. What is its final velocity after accelerating at a rate of 1.5 m/s2 for 8.0 seconds?
A bicycle with an initial velocity of 6.0 m/s accelerates at a rate of 2.0 m/s2 for 3 seconds. What distance does the bicycle travel during this time?
A student wishes to measure the speed of a toy car at the bottom of an inclined plane. Which information is needed to calculate speed?
A heavy round rock and a light marble are simultaneously dropped from the same height. Why would they most likely land at the same time?
A student drops a bowling ball and an apple from a third story window. Both objects hit the ground at the same time. From the experiment the student should conclude that :
When a person parachutes from a plane, she travels at about 67 meters per second. When she pulls her cord and her chute opens, she slows to about 3 meters per second. When her parachute opens, which is happening?
From t = 10.0 seconds to t = 15.0 seconds, a space shuttle increased speed from 57 m/s to 99 m/s. What was the average acceleration of the shuttle?
A car is moving at a constant speed of 16 kilometers per hour (km/h) while traveling in a circle. Why is the velocity of the car changing?
A school bus moves past a parked car at a speed of 30 km/h. Which of the following best describes the observation made by a passenger on the bus?
Traveling in opposite directions, buses A and B pass each other at the speed of 25 km/h, while a passenger on bus A walks toward the back of the bus at the speed of 5 km/h. What is the velocity of the passenger on bus A relative to bus B?
A boat is moving at a speed of 7 m/s relative to the water. A dog walks from the front to the back of the boat at a speed of 2 m/s relative to the boat. What is the speed of the dog, in m/s, relative to the water?
An observer is watching a passenger moving on a moving sidewalk at the airport. The observer knows that the sidewalk is moving at 5 km/h yet the passenger appears to be moving at 12 km/h. Which would best explain what the observer sees?
Galileo designed experiments in which he dropped objects with different masses from the same height. Regardless of the mass, the objects appeared to hit the ground at the same time. What did Galileo discover from these studies?
Near the surface of Earth, all objects have the same rate of acceleration when they fall in a vacuum chamber. Which best explains why objects with different masses will have the same acceleration?
Which of these will reduce the gravitational force between two objects the most?
5+4=
6-3=
70-40=
8-__=5
4+__=8
80+20=
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21+__=25
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What type of group is identified on the basis of religion, race, or national origin?
What type of group is the distinct idtity based on common religiou beliefs?
What is the belief in only one god called?
What is the belief in more that one god called?
What is the oldest montheistic religion in the Middle East?
What is the monotheistic religion based on the teaching of Jesus Christ?
What is the place of worship for Islam called?
What is the monotheistic religionthsat believes thet Muhammad was the last prophet?
What is the largest ethnic group in the Middle East who are mostly Muslim?
Whisn ethnic group lives in parts of Turkey, Iran, and Iraq?
Kingdom that is unicellular, prokaryotic and lives in extreme conditions
Kingdom that is unicellular, prokaryotic and lives in less harsh conditions
Kingdom that is eukaryote and is the odds and ends group
Kingdom that is eukaryotic, multicelluar and producers
Kingdom that is eukaryotic, multicelluar and consumers
Kingdom that is eukaryotic, multicelluar and decomposers
To make
to put together
to make sure of something
to explore or examine
What does turbidity measure?
When we measure the amount of nitrates what do we measure?
When we measure the pH of water, what do we measure?
If a scientists finds the fossil of a trilobite in the bottom rock layers and a mammal a few rock layers up, what could be concluded from this evidence?
If there is an increase in the amount of upwelling near myrtle beach, which of the following could happen?
Which of the following would we measure to give us a better understanding of how healthy a body of water is?
Why are ice cores important to the study of geologic history?
Scientists think that whales and dolphins may have evolved from a similar ancestor. Which of the following supports this?
Who is responsible for making sure that water in the U.S. is safe to drink?
Which of the following is the process that water vapor goes through when it changes from a gas back to a liquid water droplet?
If I have a polar molecule in my hand, which of the following details would be true about it?
If I am looking for water's unique property that allows it to stick to itself and to other things. I am dealing with which of the following properties?
If I am dealing with the property of water that allows water to absorb a great deal of energy before it's temperature is increased, which of the following am I dealing with?
Mr. Goodwin falls in the toilet at school. He is so embarrassed that he doesn't want anyone to see him. He is trying to dry himself off as quickly as he can under the hair dryer, but it is taking too long. What property of water is he having a pro
Mrs. Hoover is driving her car to work one day. She is so tired because she is now coaching the Carolina Panthers football team. She falls asleep at the wheel and drives right into the Uwharrie River. What property of water does Mrs. Hoover need t
Look at the following answer choices and determine which would be an example of capillary action.
Recall what you know about the term cohesion. Which of the following would be an example of cohesion?
Recall what you remember about the term adhesion. Which of the following would be an example of adhesion?
Which of the following properties deals with both adhesion and cohesion?
Choose the following state of water where it's molecules move around the fastest?
What color is the sky?
what color is the grass
What color is the sky?
What color is the sky?
What color is the sky?
What color is the sky?
What color is the sky?
What color is the sky?
What color is the sky?
What color is the sky?
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Which is a single individual from a population?
_____________ factors are living or once-living.
_____________ factors are non-living.
The place an organism lives is called its
The study of interactions that occur among organisms and their environment.
Which of the following eats plants and animals?
Which of the following eats consumers?
Which of the following eats plants?
Earth's crust, oceans, and atmosphere.
A beaver building a dam is an example of a _____________.
What was Dionysus the Greek god of?
What is the term for the Greek costume that means
Of the great Greeks, who was referred to as the
Who wrote the play
What is Thespis considered to be?
What was the name of the festival that paid homage to the Greek god Dionysus?
What was the main conflict in Greek tragedies?
What would happen if you weren't able to afford a ticket to the festival?
True or False: Only males were allowed to perform in plays during the Golden Age of Greece.
Masks were created by Thespis in order to
The lines of a play, or conversation among characters, is known as what?
Anything an actor brings on stage with him or her is called a what?
What is the body position you should use to convey important lines?
In order to start developing your character, what do you need to complete?
What colors are typically reserved for lead characters?
When setting up a ground plan, furniture groupings should provide a variety of what?
In the theatre world, X stand for what?
What is the basic idea of a play called?
Which of the following skills does theatre involve?
If Character A and Character B are looking at Character C, the audience will look at Character C too...what is this an example of?
The situation or character that is provided for an improvised scene is called what?
What is the fastest way to dead end an improvisation?
In addition to their own memories/imaginations, actors must depend on their powers of what?
When warming up your body in preparation for pantomime, you should give particular attention to warming up which two parts of your body?
In acting, why do we begin with actions?
What is the basis of energy in Improvisation?
Improvisation means acting without a(n)
True or False: You should TRY to be funny with Improvisation.
With improvisation, you should ____ how you feel, rather than TELL how you feel.
All serious actors warm up before
What the characters _____ in a scene is more important than what they ____.
What is the strongest area and what is the weakest area of the stage?
Blocking must be _____ and have a _____.
When one actor is different from all of the rest on stage, they have achieved
Making sure that the kind of movements used look like they belong together is using what?
When blocking a scene, what is created to catch and hold the audience's attention?
To present different levels of emphasis, and change in mood to avoid monotony is using what?
Having an equal number of figures on each side of the stage is called what?
The type of balance that gives the impression of equal weight on both sides of center, even though it's not, is called what?
True or False: Sitting is more dominate than standing.
At the beginning of the play, what is Antigone determined to do?
How did Polyneices die?
What does Creon say Antigone's punishment will be for disobeying him?
How is it that Creon became the new King of Thebes?
How are Haemon and Antigone related?
What is the name of the blind fortune teller?
At the end of Antigone, which of the following characters is still alive?
Who is Eurydice in relation to Antigone?
Who is Creon in relation to Antigone?
Who is Eteocles in relation to Antigone?
Where do we typically hang scenery that is not being used?
What type of stage allows for the audience to be closest to the actors?
What type of stage has audience members on three sides of the stage?
What type of stage is designed so that actors are always facing the audience?
Who is the most powerful person in the theatre?
Who plans the blocking for a show?
Who is responsible for cooling the theatre before the show begins?
Who keeps track of al the money spent and earned during a show?
Who is in charge of showing audience members to their seats?
Who is in charge of feeding lines to the actors once they are off book?
The plot of a play should rise to a strong, and convincing, what?
Which part of the plot structure provides the who, what, where, when, and why facts of the play?
In which part of the plot structure does the conflict of the play begin?
In which part of the plot structure does the protagonist of the play make an irreversible decision?
In which part of the plot structure is the preliminary situation explained?
The events that occur after the climax of a play are considered to be a part of the what?
All of the events that occur between the Initial Incident and the Climax are part of the what?
True or False: The Falling Action typically takes less time than the Rising Action of a play.
The ____ is usually what gets the ball rolling in the plot of a play.
In movies, this part of the plot structure is usually depicted through the use of flashbacks.
The Church of England was created because
Who painted the Last Supper and the Mona Lisa?
During the ____________, Europeans experienced a renewed interest in classical learning and the arts
Which group wanted to defend, restore, and spread the Catholic faith?
How did Martin Luther react when rebellious peasants attempted to apply his religious movement to violent social change?
Who perfected the printing press, thus starting the printing revolution in Europe?
the idea that God long ago decided who would be saved and who would not is known as
Niccolo Machiavelli wrote
the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance was
the intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance was known as
After the death of his chief minister in 1661, Louis XIV
Peter the Great's goals included
What was a major cause of conflict within the empire of Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V?
To avoid war over Poland, Russia, Austria, and Prussia
Which of the following was an effect of the Thirty Years War?
Peter the Great westernized which country?
Which of the following families united their northern German territories to create Prussia
Which 2 major European powers emerged after the Thirty Years War?
Which of the following was not an accomplishment of Peter the Great?
the belief that a monarch's authority comes directly from God
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The brown tree snake is responsible for destroying the bird population in what country?
Typically the brown tree snake can grow to be?
The brown tree snake eats all of the following EXCEPT.
The brown tree snake is dangerous to humans.
Constellations, such as The Little Dipper and The Big Dipper, can be seen in the night sky. Using the example clue, the word constellations in this sentence means:
Nutritious foods, such as fruits and vegetables, help our bodies grow. Using the example clue, the word nutritious in this sentence means:
ou may have an issue, such as fear of snakes, which keeps you from playing outside. Using the example clue, the word issue in this sentence means:
Our country's highest politician, the president, has the job of making sure our country stays safe. Using the example clue, the word politician in this sentence means:
Our class visited the museum on a field trip. We saw many artifacts. The museum had pottery, art, and statues from many old places. Using the example clue, the word artifacts in this sentence means:
Fish, whales, and dolphins are aquatic animals. Using the example clue, the word aquatic in this sentence means:
Candles, flashlights, and lamps illuminate the room. Using the example clue, the word illuminate in this sentence means:
Animals from the equine group, such as horses and zebras, are hoofed mammals. Using the example clue, the word equine in this sentence means:
In the fall, the bright foliage is a delight to see. Red, orange, and yellow leaves and vegetation paint the world for our enjoyment. Using the example clue, the word foliage in this sentence means:
unlight can't shine through opaque objects like brick walls and wooden doors. Using the example clue, the word opaque in this sentence means:
rojectiles include those items that are shot forward such as a cannon shell, bullet, or rocket. Using the example clue, the word projectiles in this sentence means:
A colossus, such as the Statue of Liberty, can be seen for miles around. Using the example clue, the word colossus in this sentence means:
A sleuth, such as Sherlock Holmes, can be very helpful in solving crimes. Using the example clue, the word sleuth in this sentence means:
The lawyer had tangible evidence, such as a hammer, a car, and keys, to show that the person stole the car. Using the example clue, the word tangible in this sentence means:
Which of the following sentences contains a particple?
Which is an example of a participle?
Which is the correct definition of a participle?
Which is the correct definition for an infinitive?
Which sentence contains an infinitive?
Which sentence contains a participial phrase?
Which sentence contains an infinitive?
Which sentence contains a participial phrase?
Which sentence contains a past tense participle?
Which sentence contains a past tense participle?
Our sun is in the galaxy known as the...
A small body of rock and metal that orbits the Sun is...
An astronomical unit is the average distance of...
Why is Venus very different from Earth?
What type of galaxy is Earth a part of?
After a red giant lost its outer layers into space, what is the next stage in its life cycle?
Why do stars appear to move in the sky?
Which type of star is the Sun
Which type of star does not shine?
What does magnitude measure?
Why is it extremely difficult to draw the solar system to scale?
Debajo de
Al lado de
En can mean...
Encima de
Allá
Lejos de
Detrás de
Delante de
Aquí
Allí
Cerca de
Entre
A desired outcome derived from an understanding of ecology would be
The survival of many plants and animals has been aided most by
An insecticide stays in the fat of animals and is transferred through food chains. Its concentration increases through the food chain. Which organism would have the most insecticide?
Which action that humans have taken in attempting to solve an ecological problem has had the most negative effect?
Today's lifestyles have led to increased demands for disposable products. The packaging of these products has caused problems with
Japanese beetles, a major insect pest in the US, do little damage in Japan because they
Some modern agricultural methods have created serious insect problems because these methods
The decline and extinction of many predatory animal species is most probably the result of
Gypsy moths were accidentally introduced into North America. The most probable reason these insects have become serious pests is that they
The number of individuals that can be supported in an area is called
Which of these resources is renewable?
The destruction or removal of species from their habitats is known as
Which of the following will lower the use of nonrenewable resources?
Which group contains greenhouse gases?
Plants help maintain atmosphere quality by
For every environmental problem, people must assess the costs and benefits. These are called
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions, humans should
When a reader uses clues provided by the author to reach a conclusion...
When events/happenings in the text suggest future events/happenings...
When the author explicitly states a character's characteristics...
When the author does not explicitly state a character's characteristics...
The author's attitude...
How a reader feels while reading a piece of literature...
This includes the where and when a story takes place...
Analyzing two or more things for similarities and/or differences
Blue is a color but is also a ____________ for unhappiness.
The problem faced by the character in the story.
What was the Progressive Movement?
What was the Temperance Movement trying to get rid of?
What did the 18th Amendment do?
What was the Labor Movement trying to improve?
What was the Suffragist Movement trying to do?
What did the 19th Amendment do?
What was wrong with factories in the early 1900s?
What was so bad about bosses in the early 1900s?
What was wrong with food, like beef, in the early 1900s?
What were the city streets like in the early 1900s?
What was wrong with children climbing on machines?
What is wrong with a business getting really big?
Which word rhymes with star
Which word is spelled correctly
How many syllables are in Kennedale
Which of the following is a compound word
Which is a setting of a story
What are the 5 W's
What word is the opposite of clean
What end mark is needed to complete this sentence? Why are we having a test
Which word mean the same as filthy.
Which word is spelled correctly
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The idea of natural law emerged during the period known as the
THomas Hobbes said that the best form of government is
Which enlightenment thinker is credited with the idea for the system of checks and balances in the U.S. Constitution?
Denis Diderot created the world's first modern ___________ to spread Enlightenment ideas.
Which Enlightenment thinker thought that the purpose of government was to protect people's natural rights?
The idea of seperation of government powers adopted by the U.S. comes from which Enlightenment thinker?
Which physiocrat argued that the free market economy should be regulated by the laws of supply and demand?
the idea that humans have certain rights just by virtue of being alive is known as
Which of the following was a common location for the exchange of Enlightenment ideas among philosophes?
Who showed that gravity kept the planets in orbit?
What was the name of the movie that used animals to show the events of the Russian Revolution?
What was the name of the Russian leader before the Russian revolution?
Who inspired the Russian revolution?
Who was the Revolutionary leader who became the dictator of Russia and abused his power?
Were Russians’ lives better or worse after the revolution?
Capitalism or socialism: Puff Daddy invests $500,000 in a clothing line because he expects to make a profit
Capitalism or socialism: The government decides that instead of building 1 fancy house for 1 family, they will build 100 small houses for 100 families.
Capitalism or socialism: The coal industry is owned by the government.
Capitalism or socialism: Culver’s tries to make better ice cream than Baskin Robbins so more customers like Mr. Murray will spend money there every chance they get.
What do we call the day when the Czar’s soldiers shot a crowd of protestors?
Which of the following did Lenin and the Bolsheviks promise the Russian people?
What did the Communist Party call Russia?
What did Stalin and the communist parties do to private property?
Which of these happened to people under Stalin’s leadership?
Which of these was a reason why the treaty of Versailles made Germany angry?
Which of these was a problem with Germany’s economy after World War I?
What promise does Hitler make about Germany? (What was his goal?)
In 1923, Hitler ______________________.
In 1933, Hitler _____________________.
Who did Hitler blame for all of Germany’s problems?
What was the night when non-Jews destroyed Jewish businesses called?
What did Hitler do to Germany’s military after he came to power?
How did the allies respond when Hitler took The Rhineland, Austria, and the Sudetenland?
What country did Germany invade to start World War II?
Who did Hitler sign a treaty with before World War II that said neither side would attack the other?
Whose side was America on when World War II began?
In which battle in the Soviet Union (Russia) was Hitler defeated?
Why did Japan attack the U.S.?
Why did America stop trading with Japan?
Where did the Japanese first attack the United States?
The U.S. policy of attacking some islands and skipping others was called _______.
What country did the Allies invade on D-Day?
What did Germany do on May 7, 1945?
Why didn’t U.S. President Truman want to invade Japan?
What did the U.S. do instead of invading Japan?
Who won World War II?
Which of these is one of the groups besides Jews that Hitler persecuted?
What was the name of the German businessman who saved 1100 Jews from the Nazis?
Which group of people did the U.S. government force to move to internment camps during WWII?
Which group of people was targeted for genocide by the Turks in 1915?
Which group of people was targeted for genocide by Stalin in 1933?
Which group of people was targeted for genocide by Pol Pot in 1975?
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