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Which group of people was targeted for genocide by the Hutus in 1994?
In which country is genocide occurring today?
How many people were killed in WWII?
What happened to the economies of most European economies after WII?
What was created after WWII to settle international disputes?
Which new country was created after World War II in order to provide a homeland for Jewish people?
Who lost land in order to give the Jewish people a homeland?
What happened to Israel on its first day as a country?
Israel has peaceful relations with all of its neighbors today.
A strong rivalry between communist and non-communist countries is called a _____.
Who was the U.S.’s main rival during the cold war?
During the Cold War the United States wanted countries to become ___________.
Under the Marshall plan, the U.S. would give money to any country as long as they promised not to become _______________.
Which country was spilt into 4 zones after WWII?
A competition to have the most powerful weapons is called an ____________.
The idea that whoever shoots first, dies second is called _______________.
In October of 1962, what did the United States want to keep out of Cuba?
Why did the South Vietnamese government ask the U.S. for help in 1963?
The Vietcong were _______________.
Who won the Vietnam War?
Why was the Soviet Union having problems with their economy in 1986?
Why did the Soviet military leaders lose power in 1990?
What happened to the Soviet Union on December 25, 1991?
Are terrorists Fundamentalists or Extremists?
Do most Muslims agree with the views of extremists?
Which of these is NOT a true meaning of "Jihad"?
The word "Islam" comes from an Arabic word meaning ______________.
Has America ever helped Muslim countries protect themselves?
The three selves include, who we are, who we think we are and
We attribute other's behavior as determined and part of their personality but our own as
We are more likely to help someone if
You will more than likely marry
A mental concept is a
In which statement is loved used correctly?
We obey because
Studying the influence others have on our feelings, thoughts, and behaviors is
Who developed the famous line experiments on conformity
Who performed experiments on obedience using painful shocks for wrong answers?
Members of France's Third Estate who broke away from the Estates General in 1789 called themselves the
The Tennis Court Oath stated that the members of the National Assembly would continue meeting until they established
Which of the following groups was responsible for the trials and executions during the Reign of Terror
Who overthrew the Directory in 1799 and established the three-man Consulate in its place?
In which battle was Napoleon defeated for good?
Napoleon's policy of economic warfare became known as the
Which of the following was not a goal of the Congress of Vienna
The French social system that divided society into estates was known as the
The Napoleonic Code was
Which of the following is a term used for the French middle class?
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to change
unclear in your mind
a state of disorder
to give out or divide among several
to force out
hold closely or hug
to take up seriously
provide what is needed
one who is hurt or suffers
able to bend easily
adjust to new situations
very short period of time or happening at once
enclose on all sides
sharp edge
not deep
quick to understand or eager
walk uneven
not stiff
move quickly with little steps
to grab hold of or take force
Puritan families signed a ______________, promising to follow the rules of the church.
Roger Williams believed that governments should ___________ people with different religious views.
____________ is the practice of owning people and forcing them to work.
At the center of every Puritan village was a grassy area known as what?
_____________ rules are basic rules the settlers used to govern themselves.
_____________ appointed the governor and ran the colony as a business.
Normally one cash crop is grown on a large farm, or ___________.
A cash crop commonly grown in Carolina was ____________.
______________ are people who owe money.
A colonial __________ was a young person who learned a trade or craft by working with a skilled adult.
The _____________ was the business of buying and selling people.
The area between the Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic Coastal Plain is known as ______________.
_____________ were laws that set rules for slavery.
The forests of New England provided the wood for the shipbuilding _______________.
When colonists made _________________, they were making laws.
The colonial ______________ was a lawmaking body guaranteed in the charters of most of the colonies.
This colony group was very strict and made you promise to follow the Puritan church.
These colonies had very large plantations that grew rice, tobacco, and indigo.
These colonies had the motto, Sharing is Caring.
This group of colonies was very tolerant of all religions.
Energy from the sun travels to Earth's surface by
Rising warm air transports thermal energy by
Bands of high-altitude, high-speed winds are called
Rain, sleet, and hail are all forms of
What are the two major factors that classify climates?
Winds and currents move in curved paths because of
Cold and warm ocean water is carried around the world by
Ocean water is more dense than fresh water at the same temperature because of
Carries cold waters away from the poles and warm waters away from the equator.
The average, long-term conditions of temperature, precipitation, wind and clouds in an area.
The daily conditions of temperature, precipitation, wind, and clouds in an area.
What role does runoff play in the water cycle?
What happens when air reaches its dew point?
How does a warm front form?
In what part of the water cycle do clouds form?
What kind of weather does a cold front usually bring?
Warm air is
Air moves from _______ pressure to _______ pressure.
A cool breeze is blowing from the ocean towards the land during the day. This is called a
What is the main cause of winds?
Which states made up the New England region?
Which states made up the middle colonies?
Which states made up the Southern Colonies?
The settlers of this region were seeking religious tolerance.
The settlers of this region were seeking religious freedom.
The settlers of this region were seeking wealth.
New England had a long, rocky coastline. This led to:
New England settlers did NOT have farming as a major industry because
The Middle Colonies were called the Breadbasket of America because
The Southern Colonies were famous for
What were indentured servants?
The rich soil and deep rivers found in the Middle colonies meant that many settlers made their living from
The main crops grown in the Southern colonies were
A test is being conducted to determine if the amount of light a plant is exposed to effects the growth rate of the plant. Which of the following is the Independent Variable?
A firework exploding is:
The dependent variable is what is measured (depends upon the independent variable)
If you realize your hypothesis is wrong during your experiment, it is okay to go back and change it.
In a controlled experiment, only 1 variable is changed by the scientist
The first step of the scientific method is to perform an experiment
Which of the following is NOT true about the atoms of a solid?
The atoms of gasses move
Which is true about a chemical change?
Which of the following is true about physical changes?
What color is the brown tree snake?
Where can the brown tree snake be found?
The brown tree snake has a strong tail and is able to use it to grip tree branches as it moves?
The brown tree snake is an invasive species
The brown tree snake is non venomous.
The brown tree snake is a constrictor.
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A long term result of the Industrial Revolution is
Who believes that poverty and injustice can be solved through shared ownership by the public of the means of production?
Which group established communities in which all work is shared and all property is owned in common?
By the 1800's, leaders of which country saw the need to modernize, but resisted because they thought reforms would undermine their absolute rule?
The technology for America's first textile mill came from which country?
A company that sells ownership shares to many investors is called a
The measure of the quality and availablity of neccessities and comforts in society is known as the
the movement of people to cities is called
Karl Marx referred to the working class as the
Laissez-faire economics stress
By which process does water leave the ocean and enter the atmosphere?
What is the primary cause of weather?
The boundary between two air masses is called
As an air mass from Canada moves across NYS the temperatures in the state usually
Which weather variable can be determined by using a psychrometer?
Which weather variable can be determined by using a barometer?
Under which atmosphere conditions will water most likely evaporate at the fastest rate?
Which type of map shows elevation?
Over the past 50 years the world wide consumption of energy to meet human needs has
Water vapor enters the atmosphere from the ocean by process of
Italy, Germany, and Austria-Hungary made up the ___________ before WWI.
At the turn of the twentieth century, Germans were proud of their new empire's military power and industrial leadership as a result of
Which Allied leader wanted to weaken Germany at the Paris Peace Conference so that it could never again threaten France?
Germany's hopes for a quick victory on the Western front ended at the
How was fighting on the Western front different than that on the Eastern in WWI?
Russia entered WWI because it wanted to defend its slavic neighbor and ally,
Payments for war damage are called
The channeling of all a nation's resources into the war effort is known as
The list of terms issued by Woodrow Wilson to end WWI and keep world peace were called the
The spreading of ideas to promote a cause or damage an opposing cause is known as
The leader of the Bolsheviks during the 1917 November Revolution in Russia was
During the Russian Civil War, the White Army was composed of
Which 1929 event aggravated the economies of the U.S. and Europe?
Mussolini established a __________ in Italy in the 1920's.
What did Stalin use to gain a firmer control over the politics, economy, and government of the Soviet Union?
Which of the following was an action of Hitler and his Nazi party that directly violated the Treaty of Versailles?
Which of the following group's purpose was to encourage communist revolutions around the world?
Which of the following policies promotes giving in to an agressor's demands to maintain peace?
Hitler's plan for the unification of Germany and Austria was known as
A reform movement associated with voting rights for both genders was called
Enzymes in the saliva begin the digestion of...
The digestion of proteins in steak, chicken, and fish begins in the...
Which type of digestion occurs in the stomach?
Which organ of the digestive system contains fingerlike extensions called villi and microvilli that increase the surface area for maximum absorption?
Bile is created in the ________________, stored in the ________________, and aids in breaking down _______________..
Where does the majority of digestion and absorption occur?
Where does most water absorption occur?
When you swallow food, which structure covers the trachea to prevent food from going down into the lungs?
Amylase, pepsin and lipase break down which foods, respectively?
Holes that occur in the esophagus or stomach walls are called...
During the first phase of Hitler's blitzkrieg, the ________, or German airforce, attacked ground targets from the air
WWII officially started when Germany invaded
Kamikaze were
In the spring of 1940, British troops successfully retreated across the English Channel. This became known as the miracle at __________.
What stopped the German during the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941?
On which city was the first atomic bomb dropped?
Which of the following was the site of a major Soviet victory over German troops during WWII?
Hitler's lightning war tactics became known as
NAZI secret police were called the
Which of the following allowed the U.S. President to aid American allies before entering WWII?
Radical members of the Legislative Assembly during the years of the French Revolution were called
Who perfected the steam engine to make it the main source of power behind the Industrial Revolution?
Which of the following schools of thought advocates the greatest good for the greatest number?
Which of the following consists of hit and run war tactics?
The term for a popular vote by ballot is
Spanish conquerors of the Americas during the Age of Exploration were known as
One institution that limited the power of the English monarchy during the Age of Absolutism was the _________ -a group of high-ranking officials who advise the head of state
The Spanish explorer who conquered the Aztecs was
People who took financial risks to make a profit during the Industrial era were known as
During the Age of Absolutism, leaders with absolute power who made progressive reforms were known as
What is considered the "master gland" of the human body?
The hormone FSH stimulates the development of a female follicle. As the follicle develops, it secretes estrogen which decreases the secretion of FSH. This mechanism is an example of...
What do we call the chemicals released by a neuron at the synapse?
Which disease involves an inflammation (due to viruses or bacteria) of the coverings surrounding the brain and spinal cord?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the central nervous system (CNS)?
Reflexes are automatic and very rapid responses because they get processed in the...
Which muscle type is involuntary and surrounds the internal organs like the stomach, esophagus, etc.?
What is the site of blood cell production?
Which connective tissue joins bones to muscle?
True or False: Bone, skin, and blood are all examples of living tissues.
The earliest originator of the concept and practice of fascism was
Hitler wrote Mein Kampf
The Nuremberg Laws established the
Mussolini intended to gain more land for Italy in
Which of the following acts by Hitler did not constitute a violation of the Versailles Treaty?
At the Munich Conference of 1938
The German invasion of Poland in September 1939 was facilitated by Hitler's nonaggression pact with
After Hitler occupied most of France, the remainder of the country became
Which two countries were the first to declare war on Germany?
Overall, the Battle of Britain is considered to be
In order to make observations, an observer must always use
An interpretation based on an observation is called
Which term represents a fundamental unit?
A student investigated the physical and chemical properties if an unknown gas and then identified the gas. Which statement represents a conclusion rather than an experimental observation?
Any substance that has mass and takes up space is called
In which phase of matter are the molecules of a substance farthest apart from each other?
The nucleus is the part of the atom that
Which material is a mixture?
All of the following are chemical changes, except
The elements on the Periodic Table are arranged in the horizontal rows according to each successive element's greater
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pencils
Harry Potter
Harvard
California has many palm trees. Identify the regular plural noun.
Texas cowboys ride after cows. Identify the regular plural nouns.
Ponies are beautiful. Identify the regular plural noun.
There are a lot of scary movies. Identify the regular plural noun.
The banjos are very small. Identify the regular plural noun.
Some ranches are very big. Identify the regular plural noun.
The kids are studying grammar. Identify the regular plural noun.
I want to go to many concerts. Identify the regular plural noun.
The boys like to play soccer. Identify the regular plural noun.
Ice machines are expensive. Identify the regular plural noun.
Our lives are easier with technology. Identify the irregular plural noun.
Women buy a lot of clothes. Identify the irregular plural noun.
Men can do house work. Identify the irregular plural noun.
Children are running with their dogs. Identify the irregular plural noun.
Knives are dangerous objects. Identify the irregular plural noun.
You have stinky feet. Identify the irregular plural noun.
My teeth are shiny. Identify the irregular plural noun.
Geese are cute animals. Identify the irregular plural noun.
Mice eat cheese. Identify the irregular plural noun.
Santa's workers are elves. Identify the irregular plural noun.
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: America.
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: Texas
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: lumberjack.
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: Marven.
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: Miss Linda
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: teacher.
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: job.
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: city
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: France.
Choose the correct form of the singular possessive noun: girl.
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: senators.
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: parks.
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: cities.
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: children
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: women.
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: men
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: wives.
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: feet
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: waterfalls
Choose the correct form of the plural possessive noun: presidents
How do you say -lire- in English?
How do you say -écrire- in English?
How do you say -avec- in English?
How do you say -pour- in English?
Which one is correct?
Which one is correct?
Which one is correct?
Which one is correct?
How do you say -prendre- in English?
How do you say -mettre- in English?
How do you say -notre- in English?
How do you say -dessous- in English?
How do you say -sans- in English?
What is -she jumps- in the conditional mood?
What is -you ask- in the simple past tense?
What is -they have- in the simple future tense?
How do you say -généralement- in English?
What is -he joked- in the present progressive tense?
Conjugate: fly, present simple, 3rd pers. sing.
What is the 1st pers. plu.?
Define the meaning of citation
Identify the name of Ember Miller's mother
Infer what you believe Ember will do to escape from The Girls Reformatory and Rehabilitation Center?
Who wrote the novel Article 5?
Why does Ember want to escape the Girls Reformatory and Rehabilitation Center?
Who arrests Ember and her mother?
Who wrote the novel Article 5?
Who wrote the novel Article 5?
Who wrote the novel Article 5?
Who wrote the novel Article 5?
What country did Christopher Columbus sail for?
Who was the first European Explorer to explore what is now the U.S?
What was Ponce de Leon searching for?
What was Hernando de Soto searching for?
What was Francisco Coronado searching for?
Who was the first European explorer to see the Mississippi River?
Who was the first European explorer to see the Mississippi River?
Which is the oldest European settlement in the United States?
Which Spanish priest founded missions which became the cities of San Diego and San Francisco?
This Pueblo Indian led a rebellion against the Spaniards.
Where was Giovanni Caboto born?
What country did John Cabot sail for?
What was John Cabot searching for?
Where did John Cabot land?
What is the Northwest Passage?
Whose plan was it to sail over the top of the world, around Russia?
What was Henry Hudson searching for?
What did Henry Hudson find?
Where was Samuel de Champlain from?
What was Samuel de Champlain searching for?
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A mafic igneous rock is most likely to be relatively
Which is a characteristic of igneous rocks with high denstity?
Most igneous rocks form by which process?
Minerals are identified on the basis of
Which feature is characteristic of sedimentary rocks?
What do most igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks have in common?
Large crystals from an igneous rock most likely form as a result of the
Rocks can be classified as sedimentary, igneous, or metamorphic based primarily on differences in their
In which part of the Earth are felsic rocks most likely found?
What processes result in metamorphic rock?
Compared to the velocity of an earthquakes's P-waves, the velocity of the S-waves in the same material is
Wheich features are commolnly formed at the plate boundaries where continental crust converges with ocianic crust?
Which statement best supports the theory taht all the continents were once a single land mass?
Waht usually causes tsunamis?
Unless a series of sedimentary rock layers has been overturned, the bottom layer usually
Which seismic information is needed to find the distance from an observer to an earthquake epicenter?
Compared to the continental crust of central North America, the oceanic crust of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is
What do mid-ocean ridges and hot spots beneath ocean plate have in common?
Scientists have classified Earth interior into the zones shown based primarily on evidence gained by studying
What characteristics of fossiles are most useful in correlating sedmentary rock layers?
The best indicator of an area's ancient environmental conditions and climates would be
What statement about the species of animals and plants that lived on Earth in the the past is best supported by the fossil record?
Which event occured at the start of the Mesozoic Era?
Studies of the rock record suggest that
Why are radioactive materials useful for measuring geologic time?
The fossil record provides evidence that primitive humans were alive on Earth at the same time as the
Shark and coral fossils are found in the rock record of certain land areas. What does the presence of these fossils indicate about those areas?
Most water vapor enters the atmosphere by the processes of
Which gas in the atmosphere has the most influence on day-to-day weather changes?
Which type of air mass contains the most moisture?
World War II in the Far East first began with
The Bataan Death March occurred in
A key to the American success at Midway was
I am the Emperor of Japan during WWII
Turning point in the Pacific War
The tactic used throughout the Pacific to win the War
I was killed over the skies of Midway turning the tide of the war in favor of the American
The main reason why Japan invaded Pearl Harbor Dec. 7th 1941
The Americans needed Iwo Jima island because
This was the secret mission devised by a submarine commander
1. An object weighing 50 kg is floating in a fluid. What is the buoyant force of the fluid on the object?
How does the water pressure change as you dive farther underwater?
At what depth is the buoyant force on a submerged object the greatest?
At what point is the water pressure greatest on the iceberg?
How much of the iceberg has a weight equal to the buoyant force?
Archimedes' principle states that _________________________.
Materials that can flow to fit their containers include ______________________.
Of the following, where would atmospheric pressure be greatest?
The SI unit for pressure is
Which of the following is NOT a fluid?
Fluids flow ___________________
An object that weighs 2 N displaces 250 mL of water, which weighs 2.5 N. What is the buoyant force on the object? Will it sink or float?
Steel is almost eight times more dense than water. A steel ship can float in water instead of sink because of its ______________
If you blow a steady stream of air between two sheets of paper, the papers will ______.
The shape of a bird\'s wings can create ____________________
The reason you blow round bubbles and not square ones is explained by ____________.
You may feel discomfort in your ears when you take off in an airplane because the pressure in your inner ear __________.
You do not notice atmospheric pressure on your body because _____________
Snowshoes enable a person to walk on deep snow because the snowshoes __________.
A bicycle tire remains inflated because air particles _________________________.
Which of the following is not one of the main atoms that makes up cells?
Covalent bonds normally occur between which of the following molecules?
What is stored in covalent bonds?
A polypeptide chain results from which of the following reactions?
Interactions between two molecules result in which of the following?
The primary structure of a protein is composed of which of the following molecules
Hydrophobic force is responsible for which of the following reactions?
The linkage between two deoxynucleotides results in which of the following?
The formation of a multiprotein complex made up of 12 different polypeptide chains results from which of the following?
The sharing of electrons between two atoms is called which of the following?
The terrestrial planets are
After a supernova, the left over materials from a star can become extremely dense star made of neutrons called a
Which of the following statement is true?
The hottest planet is also the planet that is closest to Earth in size, mass, and density. What is this planet?
A meteor is
If a star is in the bottom left hand corner of the Hertzprung-Russell diagram, what can you determine about it’s brightness and temperature?
A solar flare is
Mercury is
A galaxy is
The speed of light is ______________________. This number is also equal to one ________________ in kilometers.
Which Allied country’s forces arrived in Berlin first?
Where did the Battle of the Bulge take place?
What was the code name for the Allied invasion of Europe?
Which country was the site of most of the Nazi extermination camps?
What was the major goal achieved after the Battle of the Bulge?
Harry S. Truman decided to drop the atomic bomb on what two Japanses cities
Trumans decided to drop the Atomic Bomb because
Hitler decided to committ suicide when
Mussolini met his demise in 1943 when
The 101st US Airborne division landed behind enemy lines before D-Day to
We will never give in, we will never surrender
Blitzkreig/ Atlantic Wall/ Afrika Corps/ Most respected German General/ Comitted sucide
1918 Paris Peace Talks ( First Big Three)
I fled the Philippens promising to return... Oh and also met Mr. Line's Grandfather
Hitlers final solution adminstered by Himmler...
After the Americans invaded France and Italy Mussolini
Japanese soldiers fought to the death on many occassions because
Hitlers Last offensive
Tehran conference was between the 2nd Big Three" We discussed the invasion of Europe"
Allies vs. Axis
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If you are sick, you can use this TOOL TO FIND OUT IF your BODY'S PARTICLES are MOVING at their NORMAL RATE.
The ENERGY FROM THE SUN is known to move from higher speed particles to stationary particles that are vibrating in place.
PHYSICISTS USE THIS to MEASURE the SPEED of the PARTICLES in the substances they are observing
Try as hard as you would like, but you CAN NOT MOVE ANY MORE ENERGY FROM MATTER beyond this NUMBER.
Let's see how much WARM ENERGY it takes to RAISE the AVERAGE MOVEMENT of the PARTICLES OF 1 KG of this SUBSTANCE by 1 DEGREES CELSIUS.
How cool it is that HOT AIR can be TRANSFERRED from ONE SOLID OBJECT TO ANOTHER.
How cool it is that HOT AIR CAN MOVE from one place to another THROUGH A LIQUID!
How cool it is that WARM AIR often TRAVELS from one place to another in the form of LIGHT WAVES!
If you want to keep your house cool over the summer, just make sure the MATERIAL THAT PREVENTS THE FLOW OF WARM AIR is working well.
Waves of WARM AIR often BOUNCES OFF IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS due to their CONTACT WITH PARTICLES OF THE ATMOSPHERE AND H2O.
un anticiclón es una zona de
la atmósfera está formada principalmente por
la atmósfera original de la Tierra estaba formada por hidrógeno y helio
el oxígeno atmosféricoprocede de la actividad fotosíntética de bacterias, algas y plantas
es la capa más externa de la atmósfera
en esta capa se producen los fenómenos meteorológicos
en ella se producen las auroras boreales
el efecto invernadero
la presión atmosférica depende de
el viento se desplaza desde ....
el calentamiento global se produce por
el agujero de la capa de ozono se produce por
filtra los rayos X y rayos gamma
procede de la quema de combustibles fósiles como el carbón
produce muerte por asfixia
gas irritante que forma nubes grises sobre las grandes ciudades
responsable de la lluvia ácida
The time after the War of 1812 was called
The term used for the British forcing American sailors to work on their ships is called
Who was president during the War of 1812?
Who saved the portrait of George Washington from burning?
What did the people of Baltimore do to prevent the British from coming into the harbor?
Why did the British burned American government buildings in Washington D.C.
Why did the British kidnapped American sailors and ships
Why did Andrew Jackson continued to fight at the Battle of New Orleans even though the war was over.
When did Francis Scott Key write the Defense of Fort McHenry, which later became the Star Spangled Banner and our national anthem
How were the Native Americans were protected and sided with the British during the war
Which was NOT a cause of the War of 1812
They lie
She wants
We can
you walk
I bring
Paul read
I order
They fell
You measured
Carla served
What does TUVIERON mean?
What does MENTI mean?
What does SENTISTE mean?
What does PESQUE mean?
What does PUDO mean?
What does CAIMOS mean?
What does SUPE mean?
What does DIERON mean?
What does CAISTE mean?
What does FUISTE mean?
132 in = ______ft?
6 C = _____ oz?
3 yd = _____ ft?
2 qt = ________ C?
1 mi = _____ yd?
8 lbs = _____oz
28 qts = ______ gal
7 ft = ______ in?
When you go from a bigger unit to a smaller unit what do you do?
When you go from a smaller unit to a bigger unit what do you do?
Was filled with wonder, was astonished.
Not able to speak
Incredible
A ring or round band.
Small wolf-like animal
People who were raised in the city but vacation on the ranch.
Metal points worn on a horse rider's boot heel.
People descended from ancestors.
Suggestion or recommendation about an action or decision.
Not truthful.
Plans and schedules.
Strong desire to achieve, will to succeed.
A bog of very deep, wet sand that sucks down objects, people or animals.
Covered by something harmful or offensive.
Strength or determination against opposing force or conditions.
The written set of fundamental principles by which the United States is governed.
The work of government , management of public business.
The act or fact of taking care of someone or something; obligation.
Seriously
Not proud; modest
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women
California
soccer
University of California
balls
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clouds
waterfall
children
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Fish, Amphibians, and reptiles are all
Both birds and mammals are
The union of an egg and sperm is called
Most fish and other animals that lay their eggs in water have
How many chambers do mammal hearts have?
Which animal has a 2 chambered heart?
Invertebrates have no
There are ______ classes of vertebrates
Birds have all except
Which is an amphibian?
Who wrote the first type of mystery that we know of today?
Who was the first fictional detective?
First woman mystery writer?
Who was the first "manly, tough" detective?
Who created Sherlock Holmes?
Who was Edgar Allen Poe influenced greatly by?
Who made a career of 50 years of writing mysteries; writing more than 80 of them?
Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, and Encyclopedia Brown are all myseries for te age group of:
What is a popular type of mystery now?
Which died while wrting a novel leaving it forever unsolved?
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A push or a pull that always acts on an object
A change in a moving objects speed or direction
A force that always acts to oppose motion
A measure that does not change when an objects location changes
The measure of gravitational force on an object
Change in distance over change in time in a certain direction
The force of attraction between two objects with mass
What is an object that appears to stay in place that helps you detect motion in another object?
Which is an example of friction that is helpful?
To calculate an objects acceleration, you need to know
The gravitational pull is greater between two objects that
What is the net force on an object when you combine a force of 10 N north with a force of 5 N south?
Mass is
Dividing the total distance traveled by the total time in a certain direction is how to calculate
The difference between speed and velocity is that
To produce change in motion, a force must be a(n)
A hiker’s velocity begins at 1.8 m/s uphill and changes to 1.5 m/s uphill. How do you know that the hiker has a negative acceleration?
In which of the following is a skater NOT accelerating
A student has a weight of 420 N on Earth. What is the student’s weight on the moon.
Give 3 examples of friction being helpful in everyday life
Which of the following is NOT an example of projectile motion?
If a tennis ball, a solid rubber ball, and a solid steel ball were dropped at the same time from the same height, which would hit the ground first? (Assume there is no air resistance.)
Which of the following objects has the least acceleration?
When a moving bumper car collides with a bumper car at rest, which of the following occurs?
A crumpled piece of paper hits the ground before a flat sheet of paper because
Orbital motion is a combination of forward motion and...
A 5 kg object has less inertia than an object with a mass of
According to Newton’s first law of motion, a object in motion that is not acted on by an unbalanced force will
A cue ball rolls with a velocity of 1.0m/s east toward a stationary billiard ball. Both balls have identical masses. What happens to the total momentum after the two balls collide?
Why do astronauts in orbiting spacecraft appear weightless?
What is the force of a 45kg mass accelerated at 5.0m/s2?
An ice skater with a mass of 65 kg moves along the ice with a constant velocity of 2.0 m/s. What is the skater’s momentum?
Why does a ball thrown horizontally follow a path that is curved downward?
. the velocity of a falling object when the force of gravity is balanced by the force of air resistance
. the relationship between an object’s acceleration and its mass and force acting on it
An object at rest remains at rest, and an object in motion remains in motion at constant speed and in a straight line unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
the tendency of all objects to resist any change in motion
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction
Which thing has the most inertia?
How does a sky diver benefit from air resistance?
Where is atmospheric pressure greatest?
If a fluid flows from area A to area B, then area B must be an area of lower FLUs1
Which statement best explains why air bubbles rise to the surface in a pond
Fluid pressure is exerted evenly in all directions, which explains why
When you exhale or breathe out, what happens in the lungs?
What does NOT affect an airplane’s speed?
Which of the following would NOT affect the level at which a canoe floats in a body of water?
Why would a pilot adjust a plane’s wing flaps during a landing?
Why would a 1 cm3 piece of balsa wood be more buoyant than a 1 cm3 piece of oak?
What is the equation for pressure?
Out of a diver 2 meters underwater in a pool, a diver 5m underwater in a lake, a diver 10m underwater in a sea and diver 7m underwater in an ocean, whom has the most pressure exerted on them by the water?
What causes air to enter into a tornado?
Used to determine buoyant force (The Pool filled to the top method)
Forward force produced by an airplane’s or rocket’s engines
Used by hydraulic devices to multiply force (as in car brakes)
Irregular flow of fluids (plane shakes while you’re in it)
Force exerted on an object that increases as the density of the fluid increases
Force that works against the forward motion of a plane (air friction)
The pressure in a fluid decreases as the fluid’s velocity increases (ping pong)
Organ used by fish to stay afloat
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sequence of events
where the characters and setting are revealed
turning point in the story
extreme exaggeration
the character or force in conflict with the protagonist
They heard in Spanish is?
I gave....
My mom told me to go to sleep.
hizó means?
We drove
I ordered pizza
You (formal) felt
We went
She walked
You read
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What foreign policy position did the Neutrality Acts reflect?
Which factor most influenced the United States to move away from Isolationism?
Which of these US Policies DO NOT reflect US involvement in Europe during the 1930’s?
True/ False: The Monroe Doctrine reflects Us Involvement in Europe during the 1930’s.
True/ False: Rationing limiting certain foods is an example of how war time mobilization impacted the lives of domestic civilians.
True/ False: Women left their families to serve in the war.
To help produce more weapons for the war, what happened?
What is the draft?
What is Internment?
Why did the United States enter WWII?
Who was the President of the United States during WWII?
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Since technology has changed so much when it comes to exploring the ocean, it has made which of the following possible?
Even though technology has made exploring the bottom of the ocean possible in most places, we still have obstacles to overcome. Which of the following is an example of one?
Scientists have overcome many problems with exploring the ocean. Since we cannot breathe underwater, what have scientists created to aid us in overcoming this obstacle?
During the swimming trip, Mrs. Hoover looks down and sees an environment that gets lots of sunlight, has a steady supply of nutrients and lots of organisms both predators and prey. She realizes that some of the organisms here are good at hiding.
She has been swimming for hours and stops to look around. She sees that she is located in the ocean zone that doesn't have a lot of light, has some pressure, some food, and a few organisms. She notices that all the organisms located here can swim.
She looks around and see that she is where the highest high tide and the lowest low tide are located. It is a part that is rich in nutrients. She also notices that several of the organisms have an adaptation that allows them to withstand the waves.
the zone in the ocean that is completely dark. It has extreme amounts of pressure exerted on all organisms that live or visit here. You can relax while here and watch the wonderful organisms around you dancing with their bioluminescent lights
Upwelling is a process when winds and the rotation of the Earth move warm water from the surface, then the currents bring deep, cold, nutrient rich water to the surface. Why is the process of upwelling important to us?
Estuaries are bodies of water that surround coastal habitats. They contain brackish water that is a mixture of both salt and freshwater. Which of the following is a reason why estuaries are important?
What is the difference between phytoplankton and zooplankton?
Which of the following statements correctly describes what the term chemosynthesis means?
In the deep ocean, some organisms go through a process called bioluminescence. Bioluminescences in the process of what?
A layer of marine fossils are discovered in a desert environment. Which hypothesis best explains the discovery?
Fossils of warm-weather plants were found on an island in the arctic ocean. What can best be concluded from this discovery?
Which statement supports the theory of evolution?
A scientist has a hypothesis that a large volcanic eruption caused a change in global temperature. Which information gained from ice cores is most useful in supporting the scientist's hypothesis?
Which type of fossil do you have when minerals have replaced all or part of the organism and changed it to stone?
Which type of fossil do you have when you have a fossilized foot print of an organism?
Which type of fossil do you have when you have an organism that has been incased in amber?
Which type of fossil do you have when you have an extremely thin layer of carbon on a rock preserving the delicate parts of an organism?
What does the law of superposition state?
If I say that a basketball team consists of players that are in middle school and might be between the ages of 13-14 years old, which of the following am I using?
What does ANDUVIERON mean?
What does QUISO mean?
What does MURIERON mean?
What does SEQUE mean?
What does OYO mean?
How do you say THEY MEASURED in Spanish?
How do you say HE FELL in Spanish?
How do you say YOU LOOKED FOR in Spanish?
How do you say HE MADE in Spanish?
How do you say THEY FELT in Spanish?
How interesting it is to think that the PARTICLES of the SUBSTANCES THAT TAKE UP SPACE are ALWAYS MOVING.
To find this NUMBER, simply MEASURE the AVERAGE MOVEMENT OF ALL THE PARTICLES.
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When a bat hits a baseball, what is transferred from the bat to the ball?
As a baseball flies through the air after being hit, which type of energy does it have?
What is a force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are touching?
What happens when electrical energy is changed to thermal energy?
Which of the following is an example of a conversion from light energy to chemical energy?
When is the potential energy the greatest in a roller coaster?
Energy conversions for a falling object give you the same final mechanical energy and initial energy. Which law explains this?
Any time an energy conversion takes place, some of the original energy is converted to which one of the following?
Which one of the following best describes fossil fuels?
At which point(s) does a pendulum swinging 360 degrees have the most potential energy?
Which substance, when dissolved in water, forms a solution that conducts an electric current?
What ion is the only negative ion formed by an Arrhenius base in water?
H2SO4 + 2KOH --> K2SO4 + 2H2O is an example of what type of reaction?
In which 0.01 M solution is phenolphthalein pink?
As the pH of a solution changes from 3 to 6, the concentration of hydronium ions
The compound NaOH dissolves in water to yield
What volume of 0.500 M HNO3 must completely react to neutralize 100.0 mL of 0.100 M KOH?
A student tested a 0.1 M aqueous solution and made the following observations: conducts electricity, turns blue litmus red, reacts with Zn(s) to produce gas bubbles. Which compound could be the solute in this solution?
One acid-base theory states that an acid is
Which indicator is yellow in a solution with a pH of 9.8?
What is the electron configuration of a sulfur atom in ground state?
The modern model of the atom shows that electrons are
Which subatomic particles are located in the nucleus of a neon atom?
The total mass of the protons in an atom of Au-198 is approximately
In a calcium atom in the ground state, the electrons with the least amount of energy are located
Which group of atomic models is listed in historical order from earliest to most recent?
An atom of argon rarely bonds to an atom of another element because an atom of argon has
Which statement correctly describes the charge of the nucleus and the charge of the electron cloud of an atom?
An atom of potassium-37 and an atom of potassium-42 differ in their total number of
What is the mass number of an atom that has 6 protons, 6 electrons, and 8 neutrons
Cloning an individual usually produces organims that
which two systems are most directly involved in providing molecules needed for the synthesis of fats in humans?
which statements best describe the relationship between the terms chromosomes, genes, and nucei?
In a cell, information that controls the production of proteins must pass from the nucleus to the
in order for a new species to develop, there must be a change in the
which statement is not part of the concept of natural selection?
in sexually reproducing species, the number of chromosomes in each body cell remains the same from one generation to the next as a direct result of
one function of the placenta in a human is to
which process usually uses carbon dioxide
if humans remove carnivorous predators such as wolves and coyotes from an ecosystem, what will probably be the first observable result?
The analysis of data gathered during a particular experiment is necessary in order to
A student could best demonstrate knowledge of how energy flows throughout an ecosystem by
In most habitats, the removal of predators will have the most immediate impact on a population of
The sequence of subunits in a protein is most directly dependent upon
Which statement concerning simple sugars and amino acids is correct?
The genetic code of a DNA molecule is determined by a specific sequence of
To produce large tomatoes that are resistant to cracking and splitting, some seed companies use the pollen from one variety of tomato plant to fertilize a different variety of tomato plant. This process is an example of
The cells that make up the skin of an individual have some functions different from the cells that make up the liver because
The production of certain human hormones by genetically engineered bacteria result from
Organisms that have the ability to use an atmospheric gas to produce an organic nutrient are known as
Railroad tracks have gaps between the rails so that they will not buckle in hot weather because of
The boiling point of water on the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin scales is, respectively,
Which of the following is NOT a common state of matter?
The transfer of thermal energy through a substance by direct contact is called
Heat breaks and creates bonds between particles in a
The lowest possible temperature is
When a substance changes state, thermal energy
In a bomb calorimeter, the energy released from a burning food sample is transferred to water, and so is calculated by the increase in the water’s
Thermal pollution increases the temperature of river or lake water, which HOTs4
If the particles of two substances have the same average kinetic energy, then HOTs1
The cell part that gives structure to plant cells is the
A gel-like substance in both plant and animal cells is
The role of the mitochondria is to
Plant cells have chloroplasts to
A system of tubes that transports proteins is the
A container of food, water and waste is a
The break down of food is
Sugars and starches used for energy are
Found in both plant and animal cells is the
The correct order from smallest to largest is
If the particles of two substances have the same total kinetic energy, then:
In both hot-water and solar-heating systems, the thermal energy from heated water circulates through the air of a room by
The glass of a window pane feels cooler to the touch than the wood frame surrounding the glass. This is because
Thermal energy that flows between an object at a higher temperature to an object at a lower temperature is called
The increase in the volume of a substance that results from an increase in the substance’s temperature is called
In which state does water have the lowest average kinetic energy?
A physical property with a higher value for water than for air, so that the temperature of water changes more slowly than does the temperature of air is
Which of these is not a kind of thermal energy transfer?
Why do the condenser coils in back of a refrigerator feel warm?
During a change of state from ice to liquid water:
Scientists in the United States, Europe, and Africa have now suggested that the hippopotamus is a relative of the whale. Earlier studies placed the hippo as a close relative of wild pigs, but recent studies have discovered stronger evidence for the c
A stable ecosystem would not contain
Many viruses infect only a certain type of cell because they bind to certain
The respiratory system includes a layer of cells in the air passages that clean the air before it gets to the lungs. This layer of cells is best classified as
Abiotic factors that could affect the stability of an ecosystem could include
Mustard gas removes guanine (G) from DNA. For developing embryos, exposure to mustard gas can cause serious deformities because guanine
Which observation could best be used to indicate an evolutionary relationship between two species?
Limited resources contribute to evolutionary change in animals by increasing
A species in a changing environment would have the best chance of survival as a result of a mutation that has a
German measles is a disease that can harm an embryo if the mother is infected in the early stages of pregnancy because the virus that causes German measles is able to
Which statement concerning production of offspring is correct?
In lakes in New York State that are exposed to acid rain, fish populations are declining. This is primarily due to changes in which lake condition?
In 1995, during an Ebola virus outbreak, approximately 80% of the infected individuals died. Which statement is an inference that could be made based on this information?
Scientists studying ocean organisms are discovering new and unusual species. Which observation could be used to determine that an ocean organism carries out autotrophic nutrition?
An organelle that releases energy for metabolic activity in a nerve cell is the
Abiotic factors that characterize a forest ecosystem include
A student notices that fruit flies with the curlywing trait develop straight wings if kept at a temperature of 16В°C, but develop curly wings if kept at 25В°C. The best explanation for this observation is that
One season, there was a shortage of producers in a food web. As a result, the number of deer and wolves decreased. The reason that both the deer and wolf populations declined is that
In all organisms, the coded instructions for specifying the characteristics of the organism are directly determined by the arrangement of the
Which sequence shows a decreasing level of complexity?
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Payday lenders can charge up to how much interest?
Credit card minimum payments are usually around what percent of the total balance?
Which one of these is a charge that you would NOT see on a credit card bill?
Which one of these is a charge that you would NOT see on a credit card bill?
A cash advance is
The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) on a credit card determines
The maximum amount you can charge on a credit card is called the
What is the ability to make purchases with the promise that the monies will be repaid at a later date?
What is an outstanding balance?
What is the average daily balance?
Calculate the daily finance charge if the annual percentage rate is 24.5%.
Calculate the annual percentage rate if the daily finance charge is .0317%.
Calculate the daily finance charge if the annual percentage rate is 17.99%.
Calculate the prinicpal payment based on the following information: Outstanding balance = $225.00, Annual percentage rate = 22%, Minimum payment = 3.5% of the outstanding balance or $10, whichever is greater
Calculate the interest payment based on the following information: Outstanding balance = $225.00, Annual percentage rate = 22%, Minimum payment = 3.5% of the outstanding balance or $10, whichever is greater
Calculate the principal payment based on the following information: Outstanding balance = $580.00, Annual percentage rate = 20%, Minimum payment = 3% of the outstanding balance or $10, whichever is greater
Calculate the interest payment based on the following information: Outstanding balance = $580.00, Annual percentage rate = 20%, Minimum payment = 3% of the outstanding balance or $10, whichever is greater
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Calculate the minimum monthly payment based on the following information: Outstanding balance = $225.00, Annual percentage rate = 22%, Minimum payment = 3.5% of the outstanding balance or $10, whichever is greater
On your last credit card statement you had an outstanding balance of $520 on your account. During the current billing cycle you made additional purchases totaling $225 and you made a payment of $105 toward the outstanding balance. What is the curren
(1)Is your computer acting up? (2)Can't fix it? (3)Don't know who to call? (4)We're here to help! (5)Kay Computer Care is the best choice to fix your tech woes. (6) Experienced tech support and low cost! Which sentence is the claim?
Which sentence gives a reason that supports the writer's claim?
What type of evidence is used in the following sentence: For instance, the city buses tend to run late in the wintertime.
Which statement below is an emotional appeal?
Choose a statement that would be a commonplace assertion for this claim: Road to Glory is a skateboarder's paradise.
Which of the following are necessary parts of a logical argument?
A logical fallacy is
A stereotype differs from a hasty generalization in that stereotype
Which type of logical fallacy is used here?: I started exercising twice a week, and I just got a babysitting job. Exercising leads to new jobs!
Which of the following is an example of name-calling?
What is the present progressive of llegar for tú?
What is the present progressive of oír for Juan?
What is the present progressive of salir for el vuelo?
What is the present progressive of facturar for los pasajeros?
What is the present progressive of mirar for yo?
What is the present progresssive of hacer for ustedes?
What is the present progressive of tomar for tú?
What is the present progressive of trabajar for Lila?
What is the present progressive of decir for yo?
What is the present progressive of dormir for el bebé?
What is the present progressive of bailar for Ricardo y yo?
What is the present progressive of caer for nosotros?
What is the present progressive of subir for el avión?
What is the present progressive of llamar for yo?
What is the present progressive of poner for tú?
What is the present participle of venir for yo?
What is the present progressive of escribir for tú y yo?
What is the present progressive of jugar for los niños?
What is the present progressive of imprimir for la computadora?
What is the present progressive of traer for Ernesto?
How many dynasties were there in Ancient China
Which of these is NOT one of the Chinese Dynasies
During What Dynasty/Period was the Great Wall built?
Which of the following is NOT a similarity between Buddhism and Hinduism
Which of the following was NOT an asian religion we studied
True or False -Buddhism has more followers than Hindusim
Which of the following terms refers to one's station in life and that one should accept this?
Which of the following was NOT an ancient Indian Empire?
who was the Mauryain leader who tried to establish his Government using Buddhist principles.
What was the principle from which Chinese rulers were given their authority to rule?
According to Confucianism what does JUNZI mean?
How many key relationships are there in Confucianism
What was the Silk Road
Which Group conquered India apporiximately 1500 BCE
What was the language of Ancient India?
Which choice describes the Harlem Renaissance?
What is the Red Scare?
What is Anarchy?
True/ False: Immigrants were welcomed with open arms after World War I
True/ False: Violence and intimidation by the Ku Klux Klan is an example of an action by a group of people that shows the Nativist attitude of the American public.
The growth of suburbs is caused by:
How did improved mass production techniques affect the United States in the 1920’s?
True/ False: Stock Market speculation helped to cause the Great Depression.
True/ False: The Great Migration brought more women into the political process.
True/ False: Prohibition increased organized crime.
A prefix comes before or after the root word.
the most important (main) character in a story, play, or novel
a character who undergoes an important inner change such as a change in beliefs, personality, or attitude
A character that you do not know well
a character whose situation you understand, sympathize with, or can relate to
a suffix comes becomes or after the root word?
important information that tells more about the overall idea of a paragraph or section of a text.
a comparison using like or as
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Which statement best describes a population of organisms if cloning is the only method used to reproduce this population?
One disadvantage of a genetic mutation in a human skin cell is that it
The DNA of a human cell can be cut and rearranged by using
Much of the carbon dioxide produced by green plants is not excreted as a metabolic waste because it
To determine evolutionary relationships between organisms, a comparison would most likely be made between all of the characteristics below except
Plants such as the Venus flytrap produce chemical compounds that break down insects into substances that are usable by the plant. The chemical compounds that break down the insects are most likely
In December 2004, a tsunami (giant wave) destroyed many of the marine organisms along the coast of the Indian Ocean. What can be expected to happen to the ecosystem that was most severely hit by the tsunami?
One possible reason for the rise in the average air temperature at Earth’s surface is that
Deforestation of areas considered to be rich sources of genetic material could limit future agricultural and medical advances due to
The size of a frog population in a pond remains fairly constant over a period of several years because of
Certain poisons are toxic to organisms because they interfere with the function of enzymes in mitochondria. This results directly in the inability of the cell to
A stable pond ecosystem would not contain
At warm temperatures, a certain bread mold can often be seen growing on bread as a dark-colored mass. The same bread mold growing on bread in a cooler environment is red in color. Which statement most accurately describes why this change in the color
Although all of the cells of a human develop from one fertilized egg, the human is born with many different types of cells. Which statement best explains this observation?
Asexually reproducing organisms pass on hereditary information as
Humans require organ systems to carry out life processes. Single-celled organisms do not have organ systems and yet they are able to carry out life processes. This is because
Certain insects resemble the bark of the trees on which they live. Which statement provides a possible biological explanation for this resemblance?
Kangaroos are mammals that lack a placenta. Therefore, they must have an alternate way of supplying the developing embryo with
When is extinction of a species most likely to occur?
Which substance is the most direct source of the energy that an animal cell uses for the synthesis of materials?
In what way are photosynthesis and cellular respiration similar?
To increase chances for a successful organ transplant, the person receiving the organ should be given special medications. The purpose of these medications is to
A volcanic eruption destroyed a forest, covering the soil with volcanic ash. For many years, only small plants could grow. Slowly, soil formed in which shrubs and trees could grow. These changes are an example of
In an ecosystem, the growth and survival of organisms are dependent on the availability of the energy from the Sun. This energy is available to organisms in the ecosystem because
A major reason that humans can have such a significant impact on an ecological community is that humans
Which factor has the greatest influence on the type of ecosystem that will form in a particular geographic area?
Rabbits are herbivores that are not native to Australia. Their numbers have increased steadily since being introduced into Australia by European settlers. One likely reason the rabbit population was able to grow so large is that the rabbits
In preparation for an electrophoresis procedure, enzymes are added to DNA in order to
Paper chromatography is a laboratory technique that is used to
A marathon runner frequently experiences muscle cramps while running. If he stops running and rests, the cramps eventually go away. The cramping in the muscles most likely results from
Damage to which structure will most directly disrupt water balance within a single-celled organism?
The function of most proteins depends primarily on the
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