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If you ride your bike up a hill, then ride down the other side, your acceleration is
how many meters are there in 1,568 cm
A factor that is manipulated in an experiment to change the depenmdent variable is the
According to the law of conservation of energy, the total amount of energy in the universe
The kinetic energy of an object increases as its ________ increases
A device that does work with only one movement and changes the size or direction of a force is a(n)
An inclined plane wrapped around a cylindrical post is a
The size of the pravitational force between two objects depends on their
A feather will fall more slowly than a brick because of
Water waves are
A measurement standard is defined as
the prefix kilo- means
The prefix milli- means
The SI unit that is used to measure time is the
The variable plotted on the horizontal or x-axis is called the
The best type of graph to use to show how some fixed quanity is broken down into parts is
The lightbulb is an example of
A rule or principle that describes what happens in nature is a
A factor that does not change in an experiment is the
When designing an experiment, the first step is to
A merry-go-round horse moves at a constant speed but at a changing ____.
A horizontal line on a velocity/time graph shows ____ acceleration.
Newton's first law of motion is also called the law of ____.
Inertia varies depending on ____.
If you ride your bike up a hill, then ride down the other side, your acceleration is ____.
the speed you read on a speedometer is
If you ride your bicycle down a straight road for 500 m then turn around and ride back, your distance is ____ your displacement.
The relationship among speed, distance, and time is ____.
A single point on a distance-time graph tells the ____.
3 m/s north is an example of a(n) ____.
The upward force of an objectfalling through the air is
The relationship among mass, force, and acceleration is explained by
A feather will fall through the air more slowly than a brick because of
The path of a projectile is
The siz of the gravitational forces between two objects depends on their
An object that is in free fall seems to be
The unit of momentum is
If gravity did NOT affect the path of a horizontally thrown ball, the ball would ____.
The statement "to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" is ____.
When a force is exerted on a box, an equal and opposite force is exerted by the box. These forces are called ____ forces.
The kinetic energy of an object increases as its ____ increases.
Increasing the speed of an object ____ its potential energy.
The SI unit for energy is the ____.
You can calculate kinetic energy by using the equation ____.
Which of the following devices does not make use of electrical energy?
A bus engine transfers chemical potential energy into ____ so that the bus moves.
In a nuclear fusion reaction, mass is transformed into ____.
You can calculate gravitational potential energy by using the equation ____.
According to the law of conservation of energy, the total amount of energy in the universeВ ____.
what occurs when energy is transferred from one object to another
A slanted surface used to raise an object is a(n) ____.
A device that does work with only one movement and changes the size or direction of a force is a(n)В ____.
A bar that is free to pivot about a fixed point is a ____.
The rate at which work is done is called ____.
The amount by which a machine multiplies an effort force is called the ____.
An inclined plane with one or two sloping sides forms a machine called a ____.
A machine that changes only the direction of a force has a mechanical advantage ofВ ____.
Two simple machines that are part of a bicycle are a(n)____.
An arrangement of pulleys designed to reduce the effort force is called a ____.
When two or more simple machines work together, they are called a(n)____.
Waves in which the particles of the medium move only in the same direction as the motion of the wave are ____ waves.
A tuning fork starts to vibrate when a certain note is played on the piano. This is an example ofВ ____.
When the crest of one wave passes through the trough of another wave, ____ takes place.
If you are lying on a raft, and you notice that the number of waves that go past the raft increases, you also find that the distance between each crest ____.
For a given wave, if the frequency doubles, the wavelength ____.
Wave A carries more energy than wave B. Wave B has a smaller ____ than wave A.
You can see this paper, your desk, and the person in front of you because light is being ____.
energy a wave carries is measured by its ____.
Seismic waves are ____ waves.
When you squeeze together the coils of a spring and then release them, you are creating a ____ wave.
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Yo nunca _____ las películas de 'Las Guerras de las Galaxias.'
¿_____ usted el artículo de la nueva tecnología?
¿Dónde _____ tú la licencia de conducir?
Nosotros _____ los reportajes ya.
Los niños _____ todos los juguetes.
¿_____ tu padre a trabajar ya?
Vosotros siempre _____ a casa a las nueve.
Yo _____ mucho en la escuela segundaria.
Mis hermanas _____ temprano esta mañana.
Los estudiantes ____ la tarea.
Mi mamá _____ todos los regalos para la fiesta.
El periódico _____ mi artículo.
El arqueólogo _____ un nuevo sitio de ruinas.
¿Qué le ____ tú a Juana?
La mamá les _____ a las niñas.
Nosotros ______ las computadoras a clase.
¿_____ tú ya?
Ellos _____ temprano esta mañana.
El reportaje _____ al público.
Mi hermano _____ a los perros.
What are two main sources of energy for living things?
Which list shows a group of living things in the correct sequence within a food chain?
What is the main difference between a producer and a consumer?
Which of the following sentences correctly uses the term photosynthesis?
Why is the base of an energy pyramid wider than the top?
If most of the rabbits on an island became sick and died, what would likely happen to the populations of other species on that island?
An owl is a predator, so a mouse is
Why do animals have adaptations?
What sort of living thing can connect the top of a food chain back to the bottom when a top predator dies?
How are the species in an ecosystem similar to links in a chain?
The process by which sediments settle or drop out of wind, or water is known as
Chemical reaction in which a material combines with oxygen to form a new material is known as
Rocks are broken down into small pieces is known as
The process in which sediments move from one place to another by water, wind, ice, or gravity is known as
The process of freezing and thawing of water in the cracks of the rocks which eventually leads to the rock breaking is known as
The process of breaking down and wearing away of rocks by the action of other rocks is known as
Small solid pieces of material from rocks or living things
A large mass of moving ice that forms by the compacting of snow by natural forces
A bicycle chain rusting is an example of what type of weathering
Which one is a type of physical weathering
What is the most important cause of chemical weathering
A giant sea wave produced from an earthquake is known as
Rivers and streams that deposit their loads in a fan shaped pattern into an ocean is called a
Why is the sky blue
Why does an apple appear red in white light
This Ottoman sultan conquered the Christian city of Constantinople, renaming it Istanbul.
The Taj Mahal was built by this ruler as a shrine to his late wife.
Which of three major Muslim empires lasted until WWI?
This was the Chinese Muslim admiral that led seven voyages for the Ming dynasty to demonstrate its superiority.
The Spanish conquistador ________________ defeated the Aztecs under their leader _____________.
Which of the following Portuguese explorers proved there was a sea route to India by going around the southern tip of Africa?
What role did religion play in the desire for European exploration?
What was the route in the Atlantic where slaves were shipped from Africa into the New World?
Why did Europeans see Africans as a better source of labor than Native Americans?
The Columbian Exchange provided animals, goods, and raw materials shipped between a series of countries. Identify which continents shipped what.
Which of the following statements is an example of a political effect of the Mexican War?
Which democratic principle of the Texas Constitution reflects the will of the people?
Which of the following events occurred during the era of Early Statehood in Texas History?
Which of the following was the primary reason that the United States did not want to annex Texas in 1837?
Why did many Texans favor annexation to the United States?
What was the outcome of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo?
I. Shots fired by both sides north of Rio Grande II. The United States declares war on Mexico III. General Zachary Taylor defeats Santa Anna IV. Thousands of Texans volunteer to serve during the war Which sequence is the correct chronologica
How did the Compromise of 1850 affect Texas?
Revolution : the Republic of Texas :: ___________ : State of Texas
Which areas of Texas were home to a majority of the state’s slaveholders?
As a result of the U.S.-Mexican War, the southern boundary of Texas was —
Which of the following motivated President Polk to favor admitting Texas into the Union?
German immigrates relocated to what part of Texas
What area of land did that United States gain through the Treaty of Guadalupe Hildago
What is the 1st planet from the Sun?
What is the 2nd planet from the sun?
What planet has the longest orbit around the sun?
What is the only planet to have life and liquid water?
What is the 4th planet from the sun?
What is the 6th planet from the sun?
What planet is on its side and is the 7th planet from the Sun?
Who served us nachos?
What is the sun?
What did your mother do recently?
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In the body of a human, the types of chemical activities occuring within cells are most dependent on the
Which group of organic compounds includes the enzymes
Experiments revealed the following information— It can be broken down into amino acids. — It can break down proteins into amino This molecule is most likely
Which cell organelle synthesizes enzymes
In order to survive, all organisms must carry out
Only small amounts of enzymes are required for reactions within cells because enzymes are
The enzyme salivary amylase will act on starch but not on protein. This action illustrates that salivary amylase
Why might heating an enzyme slow the rate at which the rate occurs
Enzymes influence chemical reactions in living systems by
All of these affect the rate of enzyme reaction except
An environment can support only as many organisms as the available energy, minerals, and oxygen will allow. Which term is best described by this statement?
Knowing the type of food consumed by an organism helps to identify the role of the organism in the community. This role is known as its
Which type of organism obtains energy only from producers?
The main factor that determines what type of plants grow in a biome is
What type of population in the world is growing most rapidly currently?
If you visited a savanna, you would likely see
Which of the following is NOT a strategy that would reduce population size?
The ozone layer is located in the
The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would greatly increase if there were fewer
Which of the following are most likely to be the pioneer organisms on an area of bare rock?
The basic INORGANIC raw materials of photosynthesis are
Which factor LEAST influences the rate of photosynthesis
What plant structures contain chlorophyll
The enzymes for photosynthesis to occur are synthesized in
Which ORGANIC compound is formed because of the process of photosynthesis
What two INORGANIC compounds are formed by the process of photosynthesis?
What is the energy rich molecule that is produced from photosynthesis?
Which of the following is NOT needed for photosynthesis to occur?
A plant cell that lacks chloroplasts will NOT
Organisms that carry out the process of photosynthesis use the glucose for
Where does cellular respiration occur?
What is cellular respiration?
What does cellular respiration produce?
Energy for use in cells is stored in the form of
What are the materials needed for cellular respiration to occur?
Which type of organisms carry out the process of cellular respiration?
Which equation represents cellular respiration?
Which process in plants produces carbon dioxide?
Identify the energy rich molecule produced during cellular respiration?
Why are animals dependent on plants?
Some chordates do not have__________________
An animal whose body temperature changes depending on the envirnoment is called
The major groups of fish are distinguished from one another by the types of _____they have
An object whose bouyancy is less than its weight
Gills and lungs enable _______ to get into an animal's body
Amphibian means
All snakes have only one
Which of the folloing groups evolved from reptile?
Unlike most fish, sharks
The amphibian heart has _____________ chambers.
Which Article of the Constitution describes the judicial branch of the U.S. branch?
The ___________ is the "leader" of the Judical Branch.
There are ___ total Supreme Court justices.
_________established judicial review.
The main job of the judical branch is to ________________.
One of the purposes of the Supreme Court is to ______.
The Supreme Court has _____________ jurisdiction.
District courts hear both criminal and ____ cases.
The power of the courts to determine if a law is constitutional is ____.
The highest court in Virginia is the _________________..
Theories
The energy used by living things on Earth comes from
As proposed by Charles Darwin, life on Earth evolves by means of
Segments of DNA molecules that give instructions for development are called
Living things use energy to grow and move in a process called
Living things are made mostly of compounds that contain
Polysaccharides are formed
Which of the following is not a characteristic property of life?
Chemical bonds that result from the attraction of oppositely charged ions are called
Which one of the following is not one of the four boiologically important macromolecules?
The three branches of government are legislative, judicial and ______.
Article ___ of the U.S. Constitution outlines the duties of the executive branch.
The Supreme Court is part of the_______________ branch.
A two house government is also called a ________.
The president is assisted by a group of advisors called the ______.
Congress is made up of the Senate and ________.
The duties of Congress are outlined in Article ___ of the U.S. Constitution.
Annually, the President delivers the _________ Address.
In order to be president, a person must be at least __ years old.
The court case that established judicial review was _____.
Bacteria reproduce by which process:
Bacteria does not have a nucleus. What term would describe bacteria best?
In bacterial reproduction, one cells splits to make ____ cells.
Which is not a common shape of bacteria:
Some bacteria are considered decomposers which means:
Archaebacteria is unique in that:
Some bacteria perform nitrogen fixation which:
Which is not a way bacteria is helpful:
In bioremediation:
Which is not true:
Fungi
A lichen
Animal-like protists
Flagella and cilia help protists
Protists and fungi BOTH:
Which is not a group of fungi
Lichens, which can be found in a variety of environments,
Which is not a main group of protists:
When Euglena reproduce asexually, that means:
Pseudopodia help amoebas:
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Identify the characteristic that focuses on individual characteristics, focusing specifically on the details. Like the veins in Michelangelo's David’s hand.
King Henry VIII separated from the Catholic Church for what reason?
Which of the following was NOT a cause of the Reformation?
What role did Gutenberg’s printing press have in the Protestant Reformation?
Why was Luther excommunicated?
Which of the following is NOT an effect of the Reformation?
Find the solution for m when m - 4 = 12.
Solve for x when m = x ÷ 5.
What is 80% of 500?
Using Pythagorean Theorem, what is c if a = 6 and b = 8?
D = r * t. Solve for r if d = 150 and t = 2.
150 is 75% of what number?
Find the principal in an account that has a rate of 8% for 3 years and earns $480 in interest.
Find the principal in an account that has a rate of 15.5% for 3 years and earns $930 in interest.
Solve the inequality x + 8 = 19.
Solve the inequality -4x = 12.
Find the solution for c when b = 3c.
450 is 75% of what number?
Translate and Solve: Three times a number decreased by five is 19. What is the number?
Translate and Solve: Four times a number decreased by three is thirteen. What is the number?
Translate and Solve: A number added to negative fifteen is 11. What is the number?
What is 40% of 40?
What is 62.5% of 8?
Lisa earns a total salary of $36,000 a year. She spends $7,200 a year on rent. What percent of Lisa's income does she pay for rent?
There are 3,500 total students in your school. 25% are freshman. how many students are freshman?
Solve using the Distance Formula if Distance = 264 miles and Rate = 44 miles per hour.
Solve using the Distance Formula if Rate = 44 miles per hour and Time = 3 hours.
Solve for the Interest using the Simple Interest Formula if Principal = $400, Rate = 8%, and Time = 1 year.
Solve for the Principal using the Simple Interest Formula if Interest = $187.50, Rate = 12.5%, and Time = 3 years.
Use Cross Multiplication to solve for the missing variable in (2/3) = (n/18).
Use Cross Multiplication to solve for the missing variable in (2/5) = (n/100).
Use Cross Multiplication to solve for the missing variable in (3/n) = (9/15).
solve for m if m - a = n.
Using the Pythagorean Theorem, find the missing side if a = 5 cm and b = 12 cm.
Translate and Solve: Seven times a number decreased by two is nineteen. What is the number?
Translate and Solve: Eight times some number plus two is forty two. What is the number?
Translate and Solve: A number added to 24 equals 16. What is the number?
What is 70% of 90?
What is 65% of 510?
Jay earns $2,500 a month. He pays $850 a month to rent an apartment. What percent of Jay's income does he pay for rent?
There are 16 total students in your orchestra class. 12.5% play the violin. How many students play the violin?
Solve using the distance formula: Distance = 264 miles and Rate = 44 miles per hour.
Solve using the distance formula: Rate = 65 miles per hour and Time = 5.5 hours.
Solve using the Simple Interest Formula if the Principal = $3000, Rate = 15.5%, and Time = 1 year
Solve using the Simple Interest Formula if the Interest = $640, Rate = 4%, and Time = 1 year
Solve for p. pi = g
Solve for p. p - i = t
Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the missing side if a = 7 cm and b = 24 cm.
Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the missing side if a = 8 cm and b = 15 cm.
Identify the molecule which contains the instructions used to create an organism’s enzymes and proteins.
Which of the following correctly shows a complementary base pair of nitrogenous bases in a DNA molecule?
DNA is a polymer which is made up of subunits called nucleotides. Which of these is not a DNA nucleotide component?
Which of the following correctly lists the four possible nitrogenous bases in DNA?
Which statement best describes what takes place during translation?
In order for DNA instructions to move from the nucleus to the ribosomes in the cytoplasm of a cell, an RNA copy of a DNA strand must be made. This process, which takes place in the cell nucleus, is called-
Which technique is used to make DNA fingerprints?
A scientist treats a cell with a chemical that destroys the ribosomes. As a result, which cell process will be stopped?
A sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogen base form the building blocks of which organic compound?
A genetic counselor is examining a karyotype from a patient when an extra copy of chromosome 13 is noticed. This condition is referred to as
A semicolon (;) should be added where in the following sentence? Mr. Warren's job required him to travel many weeks in the year the family wanted to live not too far from an airport but not in a big city.
Which sentence below is a fragment?
What change should be made in the following sentence? Elaine asked her friends where they're families were going on vacation.
What is the correct verb form to complete the following sentence? The roller coaster _____ on rails that guide it along a course of loops and curves.
Which would LEAST likely be used as a transition word when writing a paragraph?
What is the purpose of this sentence? Where is the fire extinguisher?
Which change should be made in the following sentence? The loons dove underwater to catch fish for there morning meal.
Which detail sentence is not relevant to a paragraph that describes choosing a new pet?
Which detail sentence is not relevant to describing the events at a birthday party?
Which word is the best choice? Ann was excited to discover that she _____ a new kitten as a gift from her mom.
¿qué elemento es importante en los seres vivos y escaso en la materia inerte?
La sustancia más abundante en los seres vivos es ...
los seres vivos capaces de fabricar sus propias sustancias orgánicas se llaman
las células eucariotas ...
las células vegetales se diferencian de las animales porque tienen
los tejidos son
las levaduras y mohos forman parte del reino
las bacterias del yogurt forman parte del reino
las algas forman parte del reino
¿cómo se llama el taxón que incluye familias similares?
What is Air pollution?
Most air pollution comes from...
All of the following result in natural air pollution EXCEPT!
Natural Pollution does not cause problems, why?
What are the two types of pollution?
Secondary pollution is created by...
Which of the following is a secondary pollutant?
How much Air pollution comes from vehicles?
If two people carpooled to work how much carbon monoxide would be eliminated?
Which of the following is NOT a disease caused by air pollution?
Juan ___ da dinero (money) a Marisol.
Mi padre ___ da regalos (presents) a nosotros.
Ellos ___ dan buenas notas (good grades) a mí.
Yo _____ doy rosas a Elena y Susana.
¿Tus padres _____ dan un carro a tí para tu cumpleaños?
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For . . . a tí . . . use the indirect object pronoun . .
For . . . a él/ella/ud. . . . use the indirect object pronoun . .
For . . . a ellos/ellas/uds . . .use the indirect object pronoun . . .
For . . . a nosotros(as) . . . use the indirect object pronoun . . .
For . . . a vosotros(as) . . . use the indirect object pronoun . . . .
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Living things adjust to a stimulus by a reaction called a ___________.
All living things ______________ to make more living things.
The steps commonly used by scientists in gathering information to test hypotheses and solve problems are called __________.
A testable explanation for a question or problem is a(n):
Sea stars live in saltwater ecosystems. Some species live in shallow tide pools, while others live in the deepest parts of the oceans. This is a description of the ________ of the sea stars.
Cougars are predators that often eat weakened or diseased animals. This is a description of the ______ of the cougars.
Biodiversity is __________
Water dissolves many ionic and molecular compounds because of its ____________.
The various enzymes in our bodies are _________.
How do glucose and fructose, who have the same molecular formula, differ?
Insrument that records vibrations and determines location and strength of an earthquake.
Tracing of earthquake motion.
Scale used to measure earthquake damage.
Point along a fault at which the first motion of an earthquake occurs.
Point on the Earth's surface directly above an earthquake's starting point.
Scale used to measure earthquake strength.
The simpliest method used to find an earthquake's epicenter.
Another word for an earthquake's strength.
How much more ground motion occurs with a 6.0 earthquake than with a 4.0 earthquake?
When finding the epicenter of an earthquake, seismologists look at the data from this many seismograph stations.
Measurement of how likely an area is to have a damaging earthquake.
Based on the idea that a major earthquake is more likelynalong part of an active fault where no earthquakes have occurred for a certain period of time.
Process of making older structures more earthquake resistant.
Area along a faullt where relatively few earthquakes have occurred but where strong earthquakes have occurred in the past.
Something that helps keep water and gas lines from breaking.
Acts as a shock absorber.
A weight at the bottom of a building to help offset movement.
A weight at the top of a building to help counteract movement.
What is the best thing to do if you are inside when an earthquake begins?
When should you return to your home after an earthquake?
How many layers does the rainforest have?
Which layer of the rainforest has tall trees that soar above the other trees and are spread out?
In which layer would a harpy eagle live?
Which describes the canopy?
Which layer blocks the other layers from getting sunlight?
Monkeys often live in the
This layer has plants with very large leaves to catch the sunlight
Which layer of the rainforest does the sloth live in?
A sloth lives most of its life hanging upside down from a tree
Rain forests are very
The total amount of energy coming into and leaving the atmosphere is
The transfer of energy that occurs when molecules bump into one another is
The transfer of heat that occurs by the flow of material is
A visible mass of tiny condensed water droplets formed high in the atmosphere is
The thin layer of air that forms a protective covering around the Earth is the
The transfer of energy that occurs in the form of rays or waves is
Because all molecules move, molecules are said to have
The invisible type of solar radiation that heats things up is
Energy that travels from the sun through space in the form of rays or waves is
Invisible light from the sun that causes skin cancer is
The warming of the Earth's atmosphere caused by certain gases trapping heat is
True or False: The molecules in hot materials move slowly
True or False: The amount of kinetic energy in a material determines how much heat it has.
True of False: Heat flows from a cold location to a hot location
A metal spoon in hot soup becomes hot by __________.
When you feel the warmth of the sun it is due to __________
As warm air rises, cool air moves in to take its place and then warm air rses. This process is called _________.
True of False: Dark colors reflect heat and light colors absorb heat
What happens to the sun's energy as it gets to earth?
The sun is made of ________
What is it called when air moves from the air to the land and back to the air again?
Water forms a _____________ as condensation.
What happens after water condenses in the sky?
What happens during the part of the water cycle called evaporation?
What is an example of precipitation?
Which is NOT an example of accumulation?
How many times does the water cycle repeat?
Clouds are made of water vapor. True of False.
What helps the water cycle start?
Which experiment that we did showed evaporation?
What is the State of matter as seen in stars?
One colloid that seemed to be a liquid without pressure and a solid with pressure is?
Which is NOT a property of matter?
Which is a Pure Substance?
Elements have three basic groups. Which is Not one of the groups?
Matter that is dispersed in a solvent is called?
The solvent in a chocolate milk is?
Two elements chemically joined form...
The Atomic number tells us?
Which is NOT a metal?
Most fossils are found in ____.
The model of change that occurs rapidly is ___.
The model of change that occurs slowly is ___.
A ____ is a species that is found in the same area.
Blood type is an example of
In ____, a phenotype is produced that is intermediate between the parents.
A/An ___ is any trait that is passed on to the next generation of an organism and it makes the organism better able to survive in its environment.
When looking at rock layers, the oldest fossils are found ____.
In natural selection, ____.
In selective breeding, ____.
Who was the first man to create a system of Classification?
The study of classification is known as which of the following?
Which of the following is the largest level of taxonomy?
What is known as grouping similar objects based on their similarities?
What is binominal nomenclature?
Which of the following scienctific names is in the correct format?
In what language is binominal nomenclature written?
Which of the following is the correct order for the 7 levels of classification?
What is the smallest most precise category of classification?
How many species have currently been named in the world?
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Edward Jenner defeated small pox and created the first....
Rabbies is caused by a...
bacteria are...
Protists are...
Fungi are...
Viruses are...
Bacteria are...
Protists are...
Fungi are...
Which Kingdom produces the most Oxygen for the atmosphere?
How many years did Washington serve in office?
Which political party did Washington belong to?
George Washington was unanimously elected for two terms in office, what does unanimous mean?
Precedents were traditions set by Washington such as setting an 8 year term limit
Washington defined the authority of the gov't by creating a cabinet, the cabinet...
The Secretary of State, Thomas Jefferson's job was
Secretary of War, Henry Knox was in charge of:
Secretary of Treasury, Alexander Hamilton was in charge of:
The Judiciary Act of 1789 was a law that set up:
Which of the following was NOT an option of Alexander Hamilton's 3 Step Plan?
How did tariffs make people more likely to buy American made goods?
What event proved the Constitution was strong because Washington enforced the law?
What political party was founded by Alexander Hamilton and supported by John Adams?
Which political party was founded by Thomas Jefferson and supported by James Madison?
Which political party wanted a weak central government and strong state government?
Which political party wanted an economy based on manufacturing?
The event where France was attacking U.S. ships and demanded a bribe to stop was known as:
The law that targeted immigrants and made it a crime to publish criticisms about the government was known as
What was one thing Washington did NOT warn the nation of in his Farewell Address?
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Which structure do both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells have?
What structure is found only in eukaryotic cells?
What defines a prokaryotic cell?
What is NOT true about DNA
Which of the following do prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells have in common?
What is the structure of a cell membrane?
The heads of phospholipids are
The tails of phospholipids are hydrophobic, which means
Why are the proteins in the cell membrane important?
What are the similarities in eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells?
Control Center
It protects the nucleus
It helps with the creation and storage of fats
It makes ribosomes
Tunnel-like system of membranes
Processes, modifies, and packages proteins
Contain powerful digestive enzymes to break old cell parts down
Vehicles of the cell
Plant cells have one large one. Animal cells have several small ones.
Nine triplets of microtubules that assist in division
acute
venture
buoyancy
echelon
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imperceptibly
peremptory
inexorably
resilence
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trepidation
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The post classical period in Western history between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance is referred to as the
What disease killed off a majority of the population during the Dark Ages?
The fall of what empire generally marks the beginning of the “Dark Ages” in Europe?
Identify the primary influence over people of the Middle Ages.
The set of legal and military system that was prevalent during the Middle Ages.
In what region did the Renaissance begin?
The central Italian city-state that controlled banking centers in Europe was
The most important family in the Renaissance was
What artist painted the Sistine Chapel?
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What happened to Mercury that caused the formation of large cliffs as seen in the diagram below?
Which is the fifth planet from the Sun?
Where is the asteroid belt found?
Which scientist discovered the shape of the planets' orbits?
What is a good estimate of the distance from the top of Mars's mantle to the bottom?
When a shooting star appears in the sky, it actually is which of the following?
One of the main differences between the outer and inner planets is __________.
What do scientists think is the cause of Uranus's tilted orbit?
The Great Red Spot on Jupiter is __________.
What is the difference between meteors and comets?
What is a meteorite?
What happened to the dust and gas that did not contribute to forming the Sun?
Why do planets closer to the Sun orbit the Sun faster than planets farther away do?
Why is Venus hot?
Why is Venus often called Earth's twin?
Which of Jupiter's four largest moons is the most volcanically active?
When atoms combine to form heavier atoms, _________ occurs.
Where do scientists plan on sending astronauts to in the future?
Who developed the sun-centered model of the solar system?
What caused the dense cloud scientists hypothesize created our solar system to increase in temperature as it condensed?
Which of the following are pure substances?
Which of the following is NOT a pure substance?
A substance that is made up of only one kind of atom is a(an)
If an unknown substance CANNOT be broken down into simpler substances by any means, it is
If a material contains three elements joined in a fixed proportion, it is a(an)
A mixture that appears to contain only one substance is a(an)
Which of the following is a heterogeneous mixture?
You are about to open a container of soy milk but notice that there are instructions to “shake well before serving.” The soy milk is most likely a
Which of the following has the highest viscosity?
A substance has a melting point of 0ВєC and a boiling point of 100ВєC. The substance is most likely
Which of the following is a physical change?
Which of the following is a chemical change?
Which of the following is a clue of a chemical change?
Which of the following is NOT a clue that a chemical change has occurred?
A gas has
Matter that has a definite volume but no definite shape is a
If you move a substance from one container to another and its shape does not change the substance is a
Forces of attraction limit the motion of particles to the point when they barely move in a
During a phase change, the temperature of a substance
The phase change in which a substance changes from a solid to a gas or vapor without changing to a liquid first is
The correct formula for calcium bromide is
The correct chemical formula for manganese (III) chloride is
Write the formula for a compound containing hydroxide and aluminum.
Write the formula for diboron hexahydride.
Write the formula for magnesium phosphate.
Write the formula for Ammonium sulfide.
The formula for Silver (I) iodide is
The formula for silicon dioxide is
The correct formula for barium phosphide is
Write the formula for Nickel (III) sulfate.
Name the compound CrO2.
Name the compound Sr3(PO4)2.
What is the name of CoBr2.
What is the name of BCl3?
Write the name for AlBr3.
Name the compound PbO2.
What is the name for Ca(ClO3)2 ?
What is the name for Co3(PO4)2?
What is the name for KClO?
Name the compound CF4.
Center of a comet is called the
Cloud surrounding the nucleus
Shape of orbit
Location of asteroids
Largest asteroid
Fragment flying through space
Dirty snowball
Meteoroid that hits the surface
Shooting star
What can a comets tail tell you?
A mineral containing a useful substance is called a(n)
Bends or S-shapes along rivers are called
Peices of material carried by moving water are called
A rock from space that strikes a surface is a(n)
An igneous rock is
Magma comes from
The many layers of gases that surround the earth is its
Sedimentary rock is formed when
A mineral that is valued for being rare and beautiful is a(n)
The hard outer layer of earth is its
The place where a river empties into the ocean is called the river's
Farmers can protect the mineral content of soil by
Fold mountains are caused by what force
A fan shaped deposit that forms at the mouth of a river
What does a mineral with a metallic luster look like
The dropping off of bits of eroded rock is
Which of these is not a cause of erosion
A force that twists, tears, or pushes one apart of the crust past another is
The breaking down of rocks into smaller pieces is called
Streams and rivers that flows into a larger one are called
When fusion occurs, the mass lost is converted into __________.
Another way to define a nebula
Once stars run out of hydrogen and the temperature begins to increase, these stars are said to be __________.
When a star becomes a supernova its brightness __________.
Our sun is considered a star of__________ temperature
The North Star,___________, is positioned almost directly over the North Pole.
The __________ __________of a star is a measure of the amount of light it gives off.
The __________ __________ is a measure of the amount of light received on earth.
Astronomers use a star's __________ to determine how far it is from Earth.
By studying a star's spectra, scientists can determine __________ found in the star's atmosphere.
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a group of people who live or work together in the same place
cultural activities, events and beliefs that are passed down from generation to generation
a practice followed by people who come from the same area
a person who leaves one country to permanently live in another
a joyful occasion that marks a special event
taking action to make something happen
a group of people's way of life in thinking, art, language and traditions
differences between people that make them unique
taking action to make something happen
Every year on March 17th we celebrate...
The world's population has increased rapidly the past two centuries primarily because of....
Cultural Diffusion has taken place in the past through
Highly developed cultures are called....
Which of the following does NOT contribute to a growing world population?
What describes the formation of a worldwide culture with an interdependent economy?
Urban climates:
A thick haze of smoke and chemicals is known as
Geographers measure _______ to determine how crowded a country or region is.
________ are people who are forced to flee their country.
An __________ group shares a language, history, and some physical features.
Which is a characteristic of a developed country?
An example of a nonrenewable resource...
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What is my favorite color
what is my cats name
What is my boyfriends name
How old am I?
What is my mothers name?
Where is my favorite place?
What is the capitol of Texas?
What city do I live in?
Who is the President?
What kind of dog was lassie?
Which alleles will give a recessive phenotype?
Which process gives half of the number of chromosomes as a body cell?
Mendel discovered that the recessive phenotype didn't appear until which generation, what percentage was recessive?
Dominant is shown by what letters; recessive are shown by what letters?
An organism's genotype is what?
A pea plant with a genotype of Tt is said to be what?
Codomiance of an organism is when
What mathematical term did Mendel use in his experiments?
When an organism is the offspring of many generations of organisms that have the same trait what is called?
Which word is used in studying genetics when researching physical characteristics?
Chromosome pairs separate and create two new sex cells during what?
The following statement (Genes are carried from parents to offspring on chromosomes) is know as what?
What shows all the possible outcomes of a genetic cross?
Mendel cross pollinated pea plants in order to do what?
Which of the following is NOT an example of acceleration?
You are on a bus traveling 47 m/s forward. You go to the back of the bus to visit your friend you are walking at a speed of 3 m/s. What is your resultant velocity?
Jean jogs on a path that is 25 kilometers long to get to the park that’s closest to her house. The park is south of the path. If it takes Jessica 2.5 hours, what is her speed?
As the ________________ between objects increases, the gravitational force between them decreases
The gravitational force will be strongest between two objects which have __________________ mass.
A car can accelerate from 0-60 m/s in 15 seconds. What is the average acceleration of the car
A group of students is playing tug-of-war. The students on both sides of the rope are pulling with equal force. This is an example of _________________________________.
What are the two components of projectile motion?
When an astronaut is on the moon his...
What is sliding friction?
Which usually produces the least amount of friction?
What is friction?
During a game of tug of war, one side pulls with 6 N of force to the right. The other side pulls with 3 N of force to the left. What is the net force?
Two people are trying to push away a box of rotting eggs. Sam pushes right with a force of 5 N and Omar pushes left with a force of 5 N. What is the net force?
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In our model, what Kingdom is represented by the thumb?
In our model, what Kingdom is represented by the index finger?
In our model, what Kingdom is represented by the ring finger?
In our model, what Kingdom is represented by the pinky finger?
In our model, what Kingdom is represented by the center finger?
An organism a virus uses to reproduce is called a (an)
What organisms are in the Kingdom also called Monera?
What protist has a shell made of glass?
Most fungi reproduce by means of…
Yeasts are…
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Which of the following is not a scientific name of a group of bacteria:
Bacteria differ from a plant cell because they have:
Which of the following are prokaryotic cells:
What do scientists believe were the first living things on the Earth?
Photosynthetic bactria require carbon dioxide, sunlight, and water to make food. What are the products of photosynthesis:
Where are bacteria found?
What science instrument is used to grow bacteria?
This lab instrument is used to magnify objects such as bacteria:
A group of tissues make up which thing:
Using a tool to classify organisms by choosing out of one or two descriptive statements and then moving to the next set of descriptions is using what?
No more energy can be removed from matter at
The total energy of all particles in a substance is
The more particles a substance has at a given temerpature
The movement of thermal energy from a warm object to a cool object is called
Heat, like work, is measured in
Heat is transferred from one particle of matter to another without the movement of matter itself in a process called
Transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves is called
Absolute zero is shown at zero on what scale?
Water freezes at what temperature in the Farenheit scale?
A refrigerator requires
Metamorphic rocks are formed by...
The two types of metamorphic rocks are...
Which is NOT a property we can use to identify minerals?
Which is NOT a type of sedimentary rock?
Which of the following is what rocks are generally composed of?
Which type of rock is produced by weathering, erosion, and pressure?
Which type of rock is formed from the evaporation of mineral rich water such as the sea or the water from geysers?
Which type of rock can be extremely light because it was formed by the cooling of lava and trapped gas bubbles?
Which is true?
Which is NOT true of magma?
This natural resource can take hundreds of year to form and can easily be eroded.
What was often used as an energy source when factories began mass producing clothing, furniture, and farm machines?
Forests play an important role in controlling the ______________.
What was used by scientists to show how much humans have affected the Earth's ecosystems?
What energy is from the heat inside the Earth?
What produces most of the energy that is used in the United States?
Where was the energy released from fossil fuels originally captured from?
This is a fossil fuel that is formed from the remains of tiny ocean organisms?
A cost for using lumber to build houses would be ______ might lose their_______.
_________________ is when gases produced by burning fossil fuels trap heat in the air.
If cell A1 contains 41, A2 contains 63, adn A3 displays 104, which of the following diplays in the Formula bar for cell A3?
Several adjacent cells selected are called a
A menu that pops up in the worksheet area and displays common commands is called a
If you click Ignore on a misspelled item, the spell check will
After a copy operation, the selected cell contents appear
AutoSum evaluates above and to the left of the
The Select All button selects the entire worksheet.
To delete a column, click in the column and press the Delete key.
The spelling check highlights the first occurrence of a word not found in its dictionary.
Copying and moving cells is a four-step process.
A function is a predefined range.
An indicator that you already have the file open is that a border surrounds the selected filename in the Open dialog box.
If cells A1 through A5 contain numbers one through five respectively, and you drag the fill handle from A5 through A50, the cells A5 through A50 will contain
The default when inserting a row or column is
To select non-adjacent cells, click the first cell then press and hold
Which of the following could be considered a cell range?
A white arrow with a four-headed black arrow attached indicates that you can?
What happens when you right click on a select cell range?
Using Excel's ___________ feature, you can easily fill in a series of numbers, dates, or other items in a specified range.
Cell B4 contains the number 10. What will be contained in cell B5 if you select B4 and use the fill handle to drag to B5
A virus is all of the following EXCEPT
Which of the following isn't an example of a RNA virus?
The virus' genome is protected by its:
This structure protects the virus from its environment
__________ help the virus attach to the outside of the host cell
Once a virus attaches to a host cell, it spills its genetic information into the _______.
Once inside a cell, a virus replicates itself using the cell processes of ___ and ___
Some viruses exit the cell by breaking it open, a process known as the ________
Some viruses dont kill the cell, instead the form a long term relationship called ____.
Ebola and HIV are examples of:
Particles that escape from the sun's __________ move through space as solar wind.
Prominence, or huge arching columns of gas, are thought to be caused by__________.
What does CME stand for?
An aurora, like the aurora borealis is caused by
A binary system is composed of ___________ stars.
When stars are located closer to one another, their attraction to one another increases due to __________.
Why are circumpolar constellations visible all year long?
The __________ __________of a star is a measure of the amount of light it gives off.
The __________ __________ is a measure of the amount of light received on earth.
Circumpolar constellations __________.
Seawater provides about one-third of the world's _______________.
How has the amount of energy needed today changed from the amount used fifty years ago?
Coal was formed from what?
Factories use water to cool off their equipment, and this can cause the water to be unsuitable.
Cutting down trees for lumber can cause the carbon dioxide levels to increase in the atmosphere.
Cutting down forest is bad because it can cause _____________
What is a disadvantage to using wind energy as a energy source?
Solar energy, wind energy, and geothermal energy are examples of
Where does the energy burned by fossil fuels originally come from?
Which of the following is not a fossil fuel?
All protists share these two characteristics.
All plant-like protists are ____ and ____.
The protists that has plant-like characteristics, but can have animal-like characteristics is the ___.
The amoeba has ___ for movement and feeding.
What gas is given off when plant-like protists photosynthesize?
Animal-like protists are known as ___
Euglena have a/an _____ that is sensitive to light and helps move it toward the light.
All animal-like protists are ___.
Organisms that live in or on another organism to obtain food directly are ___.
____ are short, thread-like structures that extend from the cell membrane and aid in locomotion.
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If your friend shows apathy toward bowling, she would
What is a famous historical epidemic?
A victim of homicide would
Which of these animals could be described as irate?
A mountain climber who persists would most likely
A bigot would most likely feel a great deal of
Which sentence best demonstrates the meaning of the word capsize?
The best reason to haggle is to
A permanent scar would
Which sentence best demonstrates the meaning of the word antagonize?
Someone who is full of wrath would feel
Choose the SYNONYM of the vocabulary word arbitrate.
Choose the SYNONYM of the vocabulary word permanent.
Choose the SYNONYM of the word apathy.
Choose the SYNONYM of the word capsize.
choose the SYNONYM of the word homicide.
Choose the ANTONYM of the word compromise.
Choose the ANTONYM of the word persist.
Choose the ANTONYM of the word bestow.
The Solar energy that reaches Earth's surface is called
This forms over a warm area of water
this device measures atmospheric pressure
A rotating funnel- shaped cloud with high wind speeds is known as a
The condition of the atmosphere at a specific time and place is the
a constant movements of the ocean water is known as
The kind of storm that includes high wind speeds and snow is a
A tool used to show weather in a specific area is known as a
Heavy rains in North and South America that occur every 2 - 7 years is known as
All weather occurs in earths...
a mixture that does not have a uniform composition; substances are not evenly spread throughout
a mixture that has a uniform composition; substances are evenly spread throughout
a mixture in which the particle of a material are spread throughout a liquid or gas but are too large to stay mixed without being stirred or shaken
one substance dissolved in another substance
a mixture in which the particles of a material are spread throughout a liquid or gas but are small and do not settle out quickly
Sucrose is another name for table sugar. Sucrose is a compound made from the elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Which statement best describes the properties of sucrose?
David found that water can be created in a lab by burning hydrogen gas in the air. He concluded that water is not a compound because only hydrogen was used to form the water. What is wrong with David's conclusion?
Each element is a pure substance that cannot be broken down into simpler materials by ordinary means is is represented by a unique chemical symbol.
Atoms combine in different ways to make up all of the substance you encounter every day.
Saltwater can be separated into salt and water. Therefore, it is a mixture.
A layer of gases between 5 and 11 miles thick
This weather may occur when warm air rises
Average temperature and average rainfall are two important variables for determining
Includes several feet of snowfall
Energy from the sun that reaches a planet's surface
A large region of air with a similar temperature and humidity
A storm with winds blowing faster than 74 miles per hour
Hail, rain, sleet and snow are known as
Dry area on the leeward side of the mountain
At sea level, it measures an average of 1.04 kg/cm squared
A device that measures wind speed with rotating cups
Which type of storm of storm only forms over large bodies of warm water?
Which layer of the atmosphere is farthest from the Earth's surface?
A storm with 35 mile per hour winds, frozen precipitation, and 1/4 mile visibility
Which of these does NOT affect the climate of a city?
Which zone is the equator located in (very warm and wet)?
Which zone is the US in that has warm summers and cold winters?
Clouds form...
Lightning is caused by
2 x 0
2 x 1
2 x 2
2 x 3
2 x 4
2 x 5
2 x 6
2 x 7
2 x 8
2 x 9
2 x 10
2 x 11
2 x 12
What type of soil would water flow straight through?
Any experiments results are more reliable when..
Erosion is moving particles over time. Which is NOT erosion
Erosion is moving particles over time. Which is NOT erosion
Glaciers cause..
Which type of rock holds the most water
When doing an experiment on soil you need
Which soil is best for Texas
What process can shape rocks
Texture of soil depends on the
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3 x 1
3 x 2
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Animal-like protists are classified based on _____.
____ are foot-like cytoplasmic extensions.
A one-celled consumer with no cell wall is a/an ____.
____ must absorb food from their surroundings.
____ is an example of a ciliate.
Plant-like protists are known as ____.
An animal-like protist digests its food inside of ____.
____ produce spores for reproduction.
The ___ of the paramecium removes excess water.
When you see the word dinoflagellates, you know these organisms will have __ flagella.
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic that all living things share?
A change in an organism's surroundings that causes it to react is called
Which of the following do ALL living things need to survive?
What is taxonomy?
Why do scientists organize living things into groups?
An organism's scientific name consists of
Which is the broadest level of classification?
The more classification levels that two organisms share,
One characteristic used to place organisms into kingdoms is
Which kingdom includes only multicellular heterotrophs?
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