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Which procedure would most likely provide valid results in a test to determine if drug A would be effective in treating cancer in white mice?
Chromosomes can be described as
Which statement indicates one difference between the gene that codes for insulin and the gene that codes for testosterone in humans?
Which condition would most likely upset the stability of an ecosystem
Enzyme molecules normally interact with substrate molecules. Some medicines work by blocking enzyme activity in pathogens. These medicines are effective because they
A child has brown hair and brown eyes. His father has brown hair and blue eyes. His mother has red hair and brown eyes. The best explanation for the child having brown hair and brown eyes is that
Which substances are found on cell surfaces and respond to nerve and hormone signals?
Which factor is least likely to contribute to an increase in the rate of evolution?
The molar mass of Ba(OH)2 is
A substance has an empirical formula of CH2 and a molar mass of 56 g/mol. The molecular formula for this compound is
What is the percent composition by mass of nitrogen in NH4NO3?
A sample of a compound contains 65.4 grams of zinc, 12.0 grams of carbon, and 48.0 grams of oxygen. What is the mole ratio of zinc to carbon to oxygen in this compound?
A sample of a substance containing only magnesium and chlorine was tested in the laboratory and was found to be composed of 74.5% chlorine by mass. If the total mass of the sample was 190.2 grams, what was the mass of the magnesium?
In which compound is the percent by mass of oxygen the greatest?
Which is an empirical formula?
A hydrate is a compound that includes water molecules within its crystal structure. During an experiment to determine the percent by mass of water in a hydrated crystal, a student found the mass of the hydrated crystal to be 4.10 grams. After heating
The gram formula mass of NH4Cl is
What is the total number of moles of atoms contained in 1 mole of NH3?
Which list includes three types of chemical reactions?
Given the balanced equation: 2 KClO3 --> 2 KCl + 3 O2. Which type of reaction is represented by this equation?
Given the incomplete equation: 4 Fe + 3 O2 --> 2X. Which compound is represented by X?
Which metal reacts spontaneously with a solution containing zinc ions?
Given the reaction: Mg + 2 AgNO3 --> 2 Ag + Mg(NO3)2. What type of reaction is represented?
Given the unbalanced equation _Fe2O3 + _CO --> _Fe + _CO2. When the equation is correctly balanced using the smallest whole-number coefficients, what is the coefficient of CO?
If an equation is balanced properly, both sides of the equation must have the same number of
What is the total number of oxygen atoms in the formula MgSO4•7H2O? [The • represents
The burning of magnesium involves the conversion of
Given the unbalanced equation: _Al + _O2 --> _Al2O3. When this equation is correctly balanced using smallest whole numbers, what is the coefficient of O2(g)?
Landslides and creeps are examples of
A stream that runs into a larger stream or river
What type of energy erodes a river bank?
What type of sediment is deposited first when a stream slows down?
What causes glacier to form?
As a wave passes in the water, what happens to the water molecules?
The erosion of sediment by wind is
The movement of sediment is called
The more water flowing in a river the
The smallest particle of sediment is
Observing the __________ of something can help you tell if it is living or nonliving.
_________ are protists that make their own food and usually live in water
Unlike non living things, all living things
Biology is the study of __________ things
Mold and mushrooms belong to the _____________ kingdom
Nonliving things do not have
Most animals need to _____________ to get food.
Plants can make their own ___________
A new kingdom was discovered when _________ were seen under a microscope
Bacteria are organisms in the ___________ kingdom
The material through which a wave moves is called the
A wave carries
The bending of a wave due to a change in its speed is
Seismic waves that do NOT travel through liquid are
The type of wave that moves parallel to the direction the wave is traveling is called a
The interaction of 2 waves that meet is called
Waves are classified according to
The highest and lowest points on a standing waves are called
The highest part of a transverse wave is the
What affects the speed of sound traveling through air?
What do all the types of radiation have in common?
How can you tell one form of electromagnetic energy from another?
Electromagnetic waves can travel through space because they do not need this to travel through:
Visible light can be separated into various colors to form a
What is transferred by electromagnetic waves?
What is the instrument used to break white light into a rainbow?
What is an example of a transparent material?
What happens when white light strikes a black object?
If a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum has a short wavelength it also has
What wavelength from the electromagnetic spectrum has a long wavelength and low frequency?
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What famous painter painted the Mona Lisa?
The primary cash crops of the southern colonies were
The first successful English colony in America is known as
New York was a colony formerly known as New Netherland and owned by the
New Amsterdam was a city taken over by the English and renamed
Settlers that traveled on the Mayflower were known as
Pilgrims that traveled on the Mayflower settled in Plymouth but were aiming to land in
The youngest colony of the original 13 is ______________. It is the southernmost member of the southern colony group.
Boston is a major city in which former colony?
English settlers attempted to create a colony in _______ _________ twice but were unsuccessful both times.
The name Pennsylvania is a combination of William Penn's last name and the word sylvania which means _______________.
Most nonmetals are
Atoms that gain or lose electrons are called
Elements that belong to the same group have the same number of
As you move from up to down in a column of the periodic table, elements have
Mendeleev left gaps in his periodic table because
When did Mendeleev create a new row in his periodic table?
As you move from left to right across the periodic table, elements
In Mendeleev’s periodic table, elements in each column had similar
Semiconductors are elements that
Which statement about the alkali metals is correct?
The best description of Israel's economy today is
Where are the Himalayas located?
Which statement best describes how the Middle East's vast supply of oil has affected the history of the region since the 1950s?
Which statement best describes developments in the Middle East since World War 2?
In 1948, the United Nations divided the land of Palestine between Arabs and Jews. Which nation was created by its action?
In which Southwest Asian nation (Middle East) does the leader inherit power?
A representative of OPEC would be concerned with the price of:
Who rules Saudi Arabia?
What is the name of the parliament in Israel?
Which country has an autocratic government?
Many oil-rich countries cooperate with each other in OPEC. How does this help them play a major role in world affairs?
Industrial development in the 20th century has led to worldwide dependence on which region for sources of fuel?
Which of the following correctly shows how Southwest Asia is an example of uneven distribution?
Which product will most likely be produced by a society with a traditional economy?
Why do countries need a system for exchanging currencies?
What kind of economy does Israel have?
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers begin in which country?
Which river begins in China and forms a delta/ends in the country of Vietnam?
Oil tankers leaving the Persian Gulf must pass through this narrow waterway in order to reach the Arabian Sea:
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers flow through with 3 countries?
Which countries border the Gaza Strip?
Where does the Ganges River flow into the sea?
The reason for division between Sunni and Shia Muslims is based on the issue of
How did European involvement in Southwest Asia impact the region after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire
Turkey's building a dam on the Euphrates to protect and ensure their water supply had what effect on the neighboring country of Iraq?
The religions of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity all have which characteristic in common?
The Jordan River is a major source of water for which country?
How does a democratic government differ from an oligarchic government?
In a parliamentary government, unlike the presidential system, the head of government belongs to which branch?
In which of these countries would the leader have to be a direct descendant of the prior leader of the country?
In a parliamentary system, who is the head of government
Which country's government is MOST autocratic?
Which of the following is true of a confederation government?
What form of government is being described? The president is the leader of the executive branch of government The president is largely independent of the legislature.
In a unitary government:
What type of economic system is described by the following features? Good are shared by the whole community. Economy is based on customs. Roles are passed down through family members.
The Power Supply is
What is the RAM
What is the CPU
What is the Motherboard
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Yo _____ español. (keep on studying)
Busco _____. (a teacher)
¿Tienes tu libro de español en clase?
Nosotros siempre _____ la verdad a mamá. (tell her)
¿Qué haces por la mañana?
Tengo que llamar _____. (my best friend)
¿Te visitan tus abuelos amenudo?
No necesito ver _____. (anybody)
Mi madre _____ la comida. (is serving)
¿Vas a traer tu cámara nueva?
Voy a traer la maleta porque tú _____.
¿Tienes los cheques?
¿Qué nos vas a comprar para Navidad?
¿Tus padres te dan o te prestan dinero?
Cuando tenemos frío, _____.
Ana _____ el examen. (is reading)
¿_____ quién esperas?
¿Tienes hermanos?
¿Van a llevarme a casa ustedes después de la fiesta?
En el baño, me hermana _____.
Which of these is a result of Overseas expansion?
Which of these were addressed in a treaty that the United States Signed after WWI?
Why did the United States Join WWI?
What was the United States side of WWI called?
Why did the United States not want to enter WWI?
What Treaty ended WWI?
Why did Russia leave WWI?
True or False: After WWI the United States became Isolationists
True or False: The US came up with the idea of a League of Nations
What was the League of Nations?
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What of the following is an example of a producer?
Which of the following is an example of a herbivore?
Which of the following is an example of a BIOTIC factor?
Which is the most likely transfer of energy in a food web?
What is it called when several populations live in the same area?
Which of the following in NOT an example of an organism?
Which is NOT an example of an adaptation?
What is carrying capacity?
Which is an example of a microorganism?
Which of the following is an example of a mutualistic relationship?
Circuits in most homes are this type
Which colour screw does a black wire attach to in an outlet?
What is the purpose of the bare wire?
Which type of energy source is renewable?
Which type of energy generation can produce huge amounts of energy from tiny pellets?
A flashlight is an example of this type of current.
Builders put windows on this side of the houses in Canada to use the sun to help heat them.
Electrical efficiciency is....
Which is true in order for electricity to travel around a circuit?
If an appliance uses 300kWh per year how much would it cost to run for 1 year at $0.25/kWh?
Of the following, which is NOT a nonliving feature of the environment?
What are all the organisms living in an area and the nonliving features of their environment called?
Which process do plants use that releases oxygen?
Peanuts and peas contain nitrogen-fixing bacteria in growths called ____.
Thick walls produced by some bacterial pathogens are called ____.
Organisms that use oxygen for respiration are called _______________.
Which of the following is NOT found in blood?
Carrying Capacity is ___________________.
The place in which an organism lives is called ______________.
Which of these biomes is populated by caribou, reindeer, snowy owls, geese?
What contains salts and urea to slow the growth of pathogens on the skin?
What are proteins and chemicals foreign to your body called?
Causes of this include genetics, chemicals, poor diet, and uncontrolled cell growth
What are white blood cells that destroy invading antigens?
What are substances promote red, swollen tissues in an allergic reaction?
What is the pigment that gives the skin color?
Which muscles look striped and are used to move bones?
What is the substance that produces red and white blood cells inside bones?
What is a joint called that allows little or no motion?
What is the outermost layer of skin called?
Which planet would float in a bathtub??
What mineral has cleavage, a hardness of 2, and is used for a plater of drywall?
How many seismic stations do you need to locate the epicenter of an eathquake?
What star is hottor than Barnard's Star, and yet colder than our sun?
Which wavelength is 1 X10 ^ -5??
What mineral is commonly in a mafic rock??
Where are the finger lakes??
How much heat is lost when you freeze 10 grams of water?
What is the most dense state of water??
What's the halflife of Carbon14?
Examples of physical properties might be what?
The three states of matter are what?
What best describes a chemical property?
How would one best measure freezing and boiling points?
Everything is made up of?
The mass of an object is determined by?
The volume of matter is determined by?
Water molecules move _____________ when they are heated up
Water molecules ___________ when water is frozen
When a substance changes into a new substance what has occurred?
A number is divisible by me if it is an even number.
A number is divisible by me if the sum of its digits is divisible by me.
A number is divisible by me if the last two digits form a number divisible by me.
A number is divisible by me if the last digit is 0 or 5.
A number is divisible by me if it is divisible by 2 and 3.
A number is divisible by me if the sum of its digits is divisible by me.
A number is divisible by me if the last digit is 0.
What is 501 divisible by?
What is 812 divisible by?
What is 555,555 divisible by?
In 1071, Muslim Turks defeated the _____.
The Turks captured the holy city of _____.
Europe started a holy war against the Muslim Turks called the _____.
After 200 years of fighting the Crusades, the _____ won.
The Crusades changed Europe by ending _____.
The Crusades increased _____ between Europe and the Middle East.
People in Western Europe became very _____.
The Europeans built many _____ and monasteries.
Catholic church leaders wanted all Europeans to ____.
During the Middle Ages, _____ were hated by many people in Europe.
What is the place value of the 7 in the number 3,782,189,321?
What is the place value of the 6 in the number 8,903.674.123?
What is the place value of the 2 in the number 2,345,861
What is the place value of the 9 in the number 193,245,180
What is the place value of the 4 in the number 4,567,821,003?
What is the value of the 0 in the number 103,876,228
What is the place value of the 1 in the number 8,051,563?
What is the value of the 5 in the number 85,673,210,874
What is the value of the 8 in the number 984,320,431?
What is the value of the 3 in the number 387,210,785
15x(5+1)
6+6x12/2
(127-94)/ 3
Is this number Prime or composite: 23
Is this number Prime or composite: 45
Is this number Prime or composite: 2
100
Is this number Prime or composite: 17
Find the factors of 16
List five multiples of 13
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Which of the following ideas did Thomas Jefferson support?
Why did the XYZ Affair anger so many Americans?
Wildebeest are cow-like animals with horns. They migrate in herds across Africa in search of the grasses they feed on. Wildebeests are prey for lions. What impact would a drought have on the wildebeest and lion populations?
Plants serve a dual purpose in the erosion process. They anchor down soil which helps prevent erosion, but in contrast they can cause erosion. Which of the following best describes a process by which they can cause erosion?
Hurricanes can change ecosystems. The storm surge pushes salt water into fresh water marshes killing the grasses. What is a possible effect this would have on wildlife in the marshes?
Which of these natural disasters is most likely to happen with little to no warning.
There is an area in the middle of the US that receives predictable yearly severe weather patterns, especially during the spring and summer. What type of weather is this?
The rangeland in West Texas was affected in the summer of 2012 by hot, dry soil. What event was this?
During a lab a glass thermometer is broken by accident. What is the best way to deal with this accident?
The Earth's surface is constantly changing. This is mainly due to the -
If a large volcano that is on an island erupts, it will impact the local ecosystem. Which of the following is NOT a way the volcano will affect the local ecosystem?
Which ecoregion of Texas is most likely to be most affected by wind erosion?
Ground water contamination in most states most likely originates from-
In spring 2003 a natural rock outcropping in New Hampshire called the Old Man of the Mountain collapsed. Which of the following most likely loosened the rock and caused it to fall?
Palo Duro Canyon, often called the Grand Canyon of Texas, is located in the Panhandle. The steep walls and deep caves of the canyon were most likely carved by-
Four different rock samples from 4 ecoregions of Texas were run under water for 96 hours. The purpose of the investigation is to determine-
Knowing how a rock responds to having water run over it for 96 hours would be useful for -
When you can see exactly where water pollution came from it is ______ pollution.
At a quarry, soil was removed to get to the rock layers underneath. Which part of the environment was probably least affected by this soil being removed?
Texas has experienced several years of little or no rainfall. Because of this weather pattern, farmers and ranchers have had great economic hardships and large cities such as Dallas have had to create water rationing laws. What is this weather?
The geotropism of plant roots cause rocks to break apart; this is an example of
Which mathematical operation should be performed in the problem 1005/25?
This symbol * is called:
When solving a problem on the numeric keypad, which key is pressed to get the answer?
The proper home row placement for the numeric keypad is:
Which key must be turned on to operate the numeric keypad?
When using the numeric keypad, which math operator is used to multiply two numbers?
How would you format ninety-five percent?
In order to key a $ sign, the student must press which key in addition to the number 4 key?
This symbol is this symbol called :
This symbol # is called:
What is a floodplain
what is the equator
What are lines of latitude
what is a cartographer
what is a region
hemisphere
what does exposure mean
distortion
lines of longitude
map
relative location
what is a political map
what is vulnerability
what are the four main elements
what is a developing country
what is a physical map
what are risk factors
what is absolute location
what are the three main climate zones
what is a continent
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What is a pneumothorax?
What is the hemothorax?
What is an example of pleural effusion?
What is the best treatment for a patient with pleural effusion?
54 yo Male s/p right pleural effusion with 1 chest tube. As his nurse what do you want to encourage?
Nursing responsibility for chest tubes include:
The Dr decides to remove a chest tube. What do you observe the patient for?
What should be ordered following a chest tube removal?
A patient with chest trauma should be observed for which type of condition?
A chest tube can be removed
What is the name of the man who helped promote reading in Europe?
What do the initials EU stand for in Europe?
What religion is commonly known throughout Europe?
What painting did Leonardo De Vinci paint that is known world wide?
The European Union is well known for its ___.
Europe has many transportation corridors, what are these corridors?
What sea contains most of Europe's oil reserves?
The European culture has contributed to the it's buildings and churches with the help of what group of people?
Many of the challenges in France, Germany and Great Britain come from the ____ that occupy the region.
What factor of production is missing in this list: entrepreneurs, capital, land.
What industry is dependent on many people who live on the coast?
The Euro has helped to unify the nations of Europe.
Economic interdependence is required for the economic growth of Europe. What does that mean?
After World War II the nations of Europe came together for what reason?
What nations are on the Iberian Peninsula?
What country is located directly south of the U.K.?
What country is located directly southwest of Norway?
Ireland is west of what country?
What type of invention help with the many manuscripts of European history?
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Solve for x 2x=46
Solve for x x/4=10
SOlve for x 3x=21
x-5=32
x+7=13
4+x=11
7-x=3
2x=28
x/8=2
5y=15
This is NOT a factor of production
The study of how people or nations use their scarce resources to satisfy their unlimited wants and needs.
Examples are money, buildings, equipment, and tools
This is also referred to as human resources
Refers to the fact that people want more than they can have
This is the type of economic system with the most freedom to run a business.
This is the economic system that has the most government control.
The United States is an example of this type of economic system
The following is NOT an example of a natural resource
People who invest time and money to run a business
What does CPU stand for?
In technology terminology, what is a "bug"?
Which of the following is the best definition of WAP?
What does megapixel refer to?
What does Clipboard mean?
What does it mean to download?
What is a Web browser?
What is Bluetooth technology?
To default is to....
A "tag" is a...
Which of the following is not a cause of acid rain?
What is the major chemical found in smog?
What is the largest source of emissions in the United Sates ?
Which of the following is not something that will reduce air pollution?
Pollutants that are released into the air are called
A colorless, odorless gas that is radioactive is called
A colorless, odorless gas that forms when wood, coal, or gas are incompletely burned is called
What has occurred when a layer of warm air prevents the rising air from escaping, trapping polluted air?
Factories reduce emissions by using a
Which of the following statements about acid rain is not true?
The process of reclaiming products such as metals, glass, paper, and plastic and reusing them to create new products is called
Which type of hazardous waste gives off radiation?
Many types of hazardous waste can be disposed of
The construction of buildings, roads, bridges, dams, and other structures is called
To create less waste in the first place is to
The process of restoring an area of land to a more natural, productive state is called
One group of gases that is responsible for destroying ozone in the ozone layer is
Most of Earth's water (about 97%) is
Water moves continually between the atmosphere and Earth's surface in the process called
Most water pollution is the result of
Which type of water pollution blocks sunlight and covers up the food sources, nesting sites and eggs of organisms?
The devices used in cars and trucks to reduce carbon monoxide emissions are called
What is the thick, brownish haze formed when certain gases react in sunlight?
Which indoor air pollutant is a colorless, odorless gas that forms when wood coal, oil or gas are incompletely burned?
Most scientists base their climate predictions on
Precipitation that is more acidic than normal because of air pollution is called
True or False: The layer of soil that is richest in decaying animal and plant matter is litter
True or False: Bacteria break down wastes during secondary treatment of wastewater.
True or False: Most hazardous wastes are disposed of in open dumps.
The trash that is produced in your home and school is called
Part of the microscope that contains the optical lens.
Part of microscope that moves the stage up and down to focus the object.
Part of the microscope that holds down the slide
Part of the microscope that changes the objective lenses
Part of the microscope that controls the amount of light that enters the cell
Part of the microscope on which the slide is placed
Part of the microscope that provides light for the specimen
What are the safe handling procedures for the microscope
The coarse adjustment knob should not be used with...
What type of micrscope do we use in this lab?
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I have a toothache. What should I do?
I have a stomachache. What should I do?
I have a cold. What should I do?
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What's wrong?*****
I stayed in the sun a long time. And my skin is red and hurts a lot. What\'s wrong?
I have a headache. What should I do?
What is an atom?
What is a compound?
Which of the following cannot be a compound?
What does the number placed in front of the chemical formula for a molecule stand for?
What do the subscript numbers in a molecule stand for?
How many atoms of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen make up glucose sugar?
Which one of the statements below is true?
What is a molecule?
Which element do water, carbon dioxide, and glucose sugar all have in common?
How many different kinds of atoms make up glucose sugar?
Because Jennie had to pick up her dog at the groomer\'s after work.
Raise your hand if you forgot your homework.
If you plan on going to the movies Friday night with your friends.
Help your sister bring in all the groceries.
Witnessed the accident at the busy intersection of Hwy 52 and Hwy 601.
When the student raised her hand to ask the teacher a question about the assignment.
Before the test, Josh studied his notes.
Although Lauren had prepared for the test the night before.
If you need to go, hurry up and get back.
Even though Chris did well on his English test.
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Which is a process that allows scientists to compare rock layers with others in a sequence to determine their age?
Which characteristics of carbon-14 dating helps scientists determine the approximate time a species became extinct?
What layer of the Earth is the thickest?
What layer is composed of solid iron and nickel?
What layer is composed of granite?
Where are the convection currents found?
What layer is composed of basalt?
What layer is composed of Mg, O, S, Fe, and Si?
Which layer is liquid iron and nickel?
In convection currents...
Our tectonic plates move due to...
What is Earth's thinnest layer?
Which will most likely result if there is increased upwelling in a coastal area?
Which best determines the health of a lake used as a source of freshwater?
Why is water from an aquifer more likely to be cleaner than water from other sources?
In which oceanic zone do clams and crabs survive by burrowing in the sand?
If a body of water has high turbidity levels, what can most likely be conclude
Which best describes the characteristics of a river basin?
Which factors can have the greatest effect on the health of a river system?
In the United States, which is responsible for ensuring the safety of the country’s drinking water?
Which describes the hydrosphere?
Which is most likely an example of point source pollution?
Which is NOT a characteristic of minerals?
Which word means that a mineral will split smoothly creating flat surfaces?
How a mineral resists scratching determines its...
On the Mohs scale, 1 represents...
If glass has a hardness of 5.5 and apatite has a hardness of 5, then...
The color of a mineral's powder is known as...
Formed in the mantle, molten material called _________ cools to form minerals below Earth’s surface.
Minerals that form irregular, jagged surfaces when they break apart have a property called...
Sugar is not a mineral because...
Density, luster, streak, and hardness...
Rocks that form from extreme heat and pressure below Earth's surface are called...
When magma cools and hardens, it forms...
The process in which sediments are laid down is called...
A solid material made up of one or more minerals is called...
Rocks are classified by...
Fossils are often found in what type of rock?
The rock cycle...
The processes in which minerals are pressed and glued together are...
Particles of rock or material from living things are...
Intrusive igneous rocks have _____ crystals because...
How the plates move and interact is known as the...
Divergent boundaries are when plates...
Sea-floor spreading forms
Subduction is when plates
The Marianas Trench was formed by
Transform boundaries are known for causing...
The Himalayas are an example of...
The African Rift Valley is due to plates that are...
In the Atlantic mid-ocean ridge, the OLDER land is...
Our tectonic plates are composed of...
The Battle of Saratoga was a turning point in the war because it
Who was chosen by the Second Continental Congress to command its new Continental Army
The Declaration of Independence was written to explain
What is federalism
What is a republic
Shays’ Rebellion is most remembered today because it
Why did the Articles of Confederation fail
At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, delegates from the small states most strongly supported which idea
Why did delegates at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 agree to create a bicameral legislature
During the debates over the ratification of the United States Constitution, Federalists and Anti-Federalists disagreed most strongly over which idea
When the United States Constitution was written, what was the purpose of the Three-Fifths Compromise
Why did the founders choose to create an electoral college to elect the President
Supporters of the New Constitution were known as
What is the purpose of the preamble of the Constitution
The Pamphlet Common Sense aided the American cause in the Revolutionary War because it
Who wrote the pamphlets Common Sense and The Crisis
Which is a weakness of the British during the Revolutionary War
Which are strengths of the Americans during the Revolutionary War
What is the main job of the Judicial Branch
What happened as a result of The Proclamation of 1763, the Stamp Act, the Quartering Act, the Townshend Acts, the Tea Act, and the Intolerable acts
A(n) ________________ makes the formation of a certain amount of product take longer.
____________ help your body convert food to fuel, build bone and muscle tissue, and convert extra energy to fat.
A chemical reaction begins with substances called ______________ and ends with substances called ___________.
Most chemical reactions ______________ when temperature increases.
Most chemical reactions _____________ when concentration increases.
The fire in a fireplace is an example of an exothermic reaction. Explain what happens in an exothermic reaction.
_____________ slows down most chemical reactions.
The _________________ is the speed at which products form or reactants disappear.
_____________ is(are) needed to break bonds in chemical reactions.
Catalysts are always ______________.
During the Renaissance Europeans focused on the learnings of-
Using physical observations instead of religious teachings to make conclusions is called-
A technique where a painting looks like you are seeing it from your eye is called
Before the Renaissance European art borrowed elements from
Renaissance Art and Architecture used elements from-
Focusing on the individual worth and glorifying the human form is called-
One who funds a project for a person is called a-
The name of this famous painting is-
A major reason the Renaissance began in Italy was that -
Which statement expresses a belief shared by most Renaissance humanist philosophers?
Which item was part of Hamilton's economic plan?
Who served as George Washington's Secretary of State?
The results of the election of 1796 were unexpected because
What was one result of Jay's Treaty?
The rebellion of farmers during Washington's presidency was a reaction to
Which event took place first?
Who was the leader of the Federalists?
The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions were passed as a result of
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Which of the following best describes the main character in a story?
Which of the following best describes someone or something that opposes the main character.
The sailors dread of Ship-trap Island in The Most Dangerous Game.
Short stories, novels, poetry, drama, biographies, and essays are all examples of what?
How would you classify The Most Dangerous Game?
Hearing the gun shots on the island, coming face-to-face with the giant Ivan, and the description of Zaroff's teeth are all examples of this literary term.
Which part of the plot would you find information about the setting and the characters?
Rainsford and Zaroff disagree about the morality of hunting men for sport.
Zaroff's search for a game that can reason.
All he knew was that he was safe from his enemy, the sea.
Reader meets Rainsford on a yacht on a moonless Caribbean night.
Rainsford falls off the yacht and swims to an island, where he discovers a chateau.
The general returns home disappointed after not capturing Rainsford.
When Rainsford refuses to hunt, Zaroff forces him to be prey.
After winning the final battle, Rainsford spends the night in Zaroff's bed.
Zaroff finds Rainsford hiding in his room.
Using all the tricks he knows, Rainsford eludes Zaroff for three days.
After finding Rainsford hiding in his room, Zaroff and Rainsford fight to the death.
General Zaroff no longer enjoys hunting animals.
The dread the sailors feel about the island.
Brief fictional prose that can be read in one sitting.
Lengthy work of fictional prose.
Type of literature meant to be performed in front of an audience.
Special type of writing that uses figurative language.
Type of writing written about someone's life
A piece of nonfiction written from one person's point-of-view that expresses the speaker's personal beliefs.
When someone writes a story about their own life
Work that comes from the imagination- not a true story
Factual writing
Ordinary writing
Juliet is the sun.
Juliet looks like the sun rising.
Stupid Genius
The flowers danced in the gentle breeze.
Metaphors be with you.
Pretty Polly work purple polka-dotted pants.
Vita's pets' names: Argus, her dog & The Keates, the pair of parakeets
The bacon sizzled in the skillet.
Fair is foul, and foul is fair.
O, Night! How you cast your shadows upon the earth!
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homeo
stasis
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E or Ex
volv
eco
metiri
Which of the following would NOT be an area of study in life science?
In which of the following areas of study might you find a life scientist at work?
Many environmental problems are caused by
The first step in finding solutions to problems such as pollution, deforestation, and the extinction of wildlife is to
The students from Le Sueur, Minnesota, discovered that about half the frogs they observed at a wildlife refuge were deformed. During their investigation, the students
___ is the study of living things.
Where do life scientists work?
What do life scientists study?
Who can be a life scientist?
Which disease below were combated by a life science
What is the purpose of photosynthesis?
Where does photosynthesis take place in green plants?
What are the reactants in the process of photosynthesis?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Which of the following equations best represents the process of photosynthesis?
The oxygen molecules that we breathe came from which substance involved in photosynthesis?
The oxygen atoms that become part of glucose during photosynthesis were originally present in molecules of what substance?
What are the 3 elements that make up glucose sugar?
Where is energy stored during the process of photosynthesis?
When do plants assemble glucose molecules?
Individuals who use X-rays, radiation, nuclear medicine, and ultrasound to diagnose and treat disease are
A cardiologist specializes in diseases and disorders of the
A medical specialist who treats diseases and disorders of children is
a medical specialist who treats diseases and disorders of the lungs is called
A medical specialist who treats skin diseases is
A doctor who treats and diagnoses diseases and disorders of the feet is
Which of the follosing vision service workers can perform eye surgery and treat diseases?
Oncologists treat patients with
A specialist in drawing blood samples for medical studies
A doctor who specializes in problems associated with the aging process
Which of the following is an example of technology?
A ___ is a summary of many experimental results and observations.
Technology ___.
___ can help scientists to predict an observation that they might make in the future.
After forming a hypothesis, you should ___.
Scientists usually state ___ in an If then format.
During the tests of Proteus, engineers changed only the flapping rate. The flapping rate is an example of a ___.
A controlled experiment involves ___.
Scientific knowledge changes and grows due to ___.
Xavier recorded his ___ of the temperature of the salt solution.
The value of the position of the digit, such as units, tens, hundreds, etc.
Any numeral from 0-9
A name of a whole number written in customary form
A way of writing numbers as a sum of each digit, and its place value
A three-digit grouping of a number on the place value chart
Place Value
Expanded Notation
Period
Standard Form
Digit
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What is the line spacing used WITHIN the paragraphs of a letter?
What is the line spacing between the author's typed name and the enclosure notation?
Which of these is not a helping verb?
Which of these is not a helping verb?
Which of these is not a helping verb?
Which of these is not a helping verb?
Which of these is not a helping verb?
Which of these is not a linking verb?
Which of these is not a linking verb?
Which of these is not a linking verb?
Which of these is not a linking verb?
Identify the linking verb: 'The music sounds beautiful and artistic
This is the control center of the cell
Groups of bone cells in your body make up bone
What makes up muscle tissue?
Which part of a cell contains chromosomes made of DNA?
Which type of blood vessel takes blood from cells back to the heart?
Which of the following will the body make in greater numbers when you have an infection?
Which body system is the transportation system for the body?
Where would you find your epiglottis?
What is a kidney?
What structure connects the smallest arteries to the smallest veins?
Which of these systems does NOT remove a waste product from the body?
Which shows the proper sequence through which inhaled air passes?
Ringed mucscle that pushes food to the stomach.
A(n) _____ keeps blood from flowing backward and makes the beating sound heard from your heart.
Which body system is covered with a sticky fluid called mucus?
Red blood cells look like small, smooth, flexible saucers. How does their shape help them perform their function?
Which shows the order of organization in an animal from simplest to most complex?
Which type of cells make up your skin?
Which is the name of a group of similar cells working together to perform the same job?
Which two organ systems work together to move the body?
What is the present participle of caminar?
What is the present participle of bailar?
What is the present participle of manejar?
What is the present participle of gasatar?
What is the present participle of cortar?
What is the present participle of llegar?
What is the present participle of aterrizar?
What is the present participle of hablar?
What is the present participle of conducir?
What is the present participle of escribir?
What is the present participle of dormir?
What is the present participle of salir?
What is the present participle of comer?
What is the present participle of beber?
What is the present participle of aprender?
What is the present participle of venir?
What is the preent participle of vender?
What is the present participle of leer?
What is the present participle of traer?
What is the present participle of oír?
Scientist who discovered the first cell
Surrounds cell and regulates what enters and leaves
The gelatin like fluid in the cell
Surrounds a plant cell and makes it rigid
The brain of the cell. Contains chromosomes/DNA
Creates carbohydrates through photosynthesis in a plant cell.
Makes protein
The highway of the cell that proteins travel along.
Creates energy for the cell by breaking down carbohydrates. The power plant.
Packages and ships proteins
Recycles substances in the cell
Stores water and other substances
Cell with a nucleus and other organelles
A cell without a nucleus. Only bacteria cells
An organic compound that gives instructions to the cell
Tissues are made of _____
organs are made of _____
organ systems are made of _____
An organism is made of _____
This organic compound is made by the chloroplast and turned into energy by the mitochondria
This tool allows you to apply color, in various sizes/patterns, to the canvas.
This tool can copy and recreate a portion of an image.
This tool lets you select and apply a range of colors (usually as a background)
This menu option allows you to control which options you view in the work space.
This tool selects color from the pixels you click on in the image.
Which tool looks like a pointing finger and blends the pixels within the image creating a blurred/blended effect?
What is the term for an individual dot of color and light that is the basic unit used to create digital images?
What does CMYK color mode stand for?
Which tool selects a portion of the image on the basis of similarly colored pixels?
What does the color mode RGB stand for?
What does orientation of an image refer to?
In the stacking order, which layer would appear first in an image?
What refers to the amount of transparency a layer has?
Images created in Photoshop are automatically save as what type of files?
What is the stand-alone application that serves as the hub for the Adobe Creative Suite?
What are the events recorded within the History palette called?
Which tool allows you to select an area of an image and discard everything outside of this area?
What is the number of pixels displayed per unit of printed length within an image referred to as?
What tools allows you to remove/erase part of a layer using a free-hand method?
What tool allows you to make a selection in the shape of a rectangle?
A scientist finds the bones of a dinosaur. What could help the scientist determine the approximate age of the dinosaur bones?
Which best describes how ice cores are important to the study of geologic history?
Scientists find dinosaur fossils in the bottom rock layers of a cliff and mammal fossils in the middle rock layer of the cliff. Which could best be concluded from this evidence?
Which statement best describes the Law of Superposition?
What do earthquakes tell scientists about the history of the planet?
How do scientists know that some mountains were once at the bottom of an ocean?
Which type of rock forms from the cooling of lava?
Which method provides the most accurate age of a rock sample?
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A substance that has mass and takes up space
Characteristics used to identify matter
Part of the experiment that changes
The amount of matter an object has
Part of the experiment that does NOT change
An educated guess
The Scientific Method (also known as the Scientific Process)
Facts or figures
To examine in detail
a test or trial to discover something
If you or your lab partner are hurt during a lab, you should
Unauthorized experiments
If you don't know how to use a piece of equipment
If you splash chemicals on your eyes or skin, you have to flush the area with water for
Which of the following is proper dress for the laboratory?
Which of the following is good housekeeping practice for the lab?
If there is a fire drill during the lab,
To dispose of wastes,
If you break a piece of glassware,
At the end of a lab,
cell theory
cell membrane
cytoplasm
ribosome
prokaryote
cell wall
flagellum
eukaryote
nucleus
organelle
Find the verb in the following sentence: The dog ran fast.
Find the adjective in the following sentence: The bright sun was shining.
Find the verb in the following sentence: The ball rolled down the hill.
Find the prepositional phrase in the following sentence: I live around the corner.
Find the adverb in the following sentece: The fox ran quickly.
Find the pronoun in the following sentence: We went to the store yesterday.
Please find the interjection in the following sentence: Wow! That is amazing!
Find the verb in the following sentence: The children go to school every day.
Find the article in the following sentence: The apple is red.
Find the conjunction in the following sentence: The cat and the dog were friends.
Directing the eye from one point to another best defines....
Formal, Informal and Radial are three types of
Forground, Midground and Background are three types of
Which of the following are all art elements?
A mark or a path made by a tool best defines....
A recognizable subject matter best defines
Objects positioned in the center of the picture is which of the following balances?
The focal point is...
Oneness or Wholeness defines.........
The area around the object is called....
The International System of Units ___.
Which tool would a life scientist use to obtain a detailed image of the nerves that branch off a person's spinal cord?
An advantage of using the International System of Units is that it ___.
A ___ object contains the same amount of matter as a 10 kg object.
The three main parts of a compound light microscope are ___.
Transmission electron microscopes can magnify specimens up to ___ times their actual size.
A CT scan is a ___.
___ is defined as the amount of space something occupies.
A life scientist would use an (a) ___ to magnify a living speciman
___ is the use of knowledge, tools, and materials to solve problems and accomplish task.
The kilogram is the basic unit of ___ in the SI system.
The amount of space an object occupies is its ___.
___ is an object's mass divided by its volume.
The SI unit for temperature is
The measure of how much surface an object has is its ___.
The International System of Units ___.
A prototype, or ___, of a new car show investors the features a caar company would like to include in their latest design.
The length of a pencil is best measured in ___.
Colored balls and sticks arranged to show the type and placement of particles in a water molecule is an ___.
A ___ object contains more matter than a 15 kg object.
to stop proceedings temporarily
to repay for services
to strengthen or build up
difficult or impossible to read
average, ordinary
brief and to the point
showing no signs of fear
Which of the following words is an adjective?
Which of the following words is a verb?
Which of the following words is NOT spelled correctly?
What do social scientists study?
What kinds of information do economists look for?
Which of these items is a need?
Which subject does a geographer study?
Which is a human feature?
What is the main job of government?
Which social scientist would be most interested in your great-aunt's diary?
A political scientist is someone who asks:
What do archaelogists study?
Ms. T's favorite subject is...
Selly ___________ proposes_____ stages of online acclimation
Access and Motivation is
Online Socialization is
Information Exchange
Knowledge Construction is
The acclimation stage of Development
An important element for you an online facilitator to foster during your students the first stage, that of Access and Motivation is
In the United States lower S.E.S. children have motivation to use the computer for educational uses but often timesl lack
In much of South America lower S.E.S. children have affordabe assess to computers but lack
Our teachers at LSE III are motivated by free computer skills, host community support, a desire to educate those less fortunate in the world and
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A group of organisms that produces living things of the same kind is ___________.
A beaver's ____________ is NOT one of its adaptations.
A beaver's ____________ IS one of its adaptations.
One of a squirrel's adaptations is its ______________.
We can learn what an animal looked like from its fossil.
We can't learn about where an animal lived or how it died from its fossil.
We can learn about how the climate changed from studying fossils.
A bear's claws are an adaptation.
A duck's webbed feet are an adaptation.
Which of the following is a product made using biotechnology?
One example of biotechnology is the process of making fuel from...
How long have people been using processes that are considered forms of biotechnology?
Which of these careers would a student studying biotechnology most likely pursue
Which is a way the agricultural biotec hnology industry could have a positive impact on the environment?
What is involved in creating genetically modified bacteria?
Biotechnology is defined as....
Which project is most likely to interest a scientist working at a biotechnology company?
Strawberries have been genetically modified to resist frost. How is this a benefit to growers in NC?
An organism that is an exact genetic copy of another organism is known as a ...
The best method for keying a document is:
After touching enter, the proper technique would be to:
A student should use what technique when operating the ENTER key?
A student keying a line of type in all CAPITAL letters should DEPRESS what key?
The correct key stroking technique to use is:
Why is proper keyboarding technique used when keying?
The enter key is controlled by the
When reaching for a key it is ok to completely move all of my other fingers off the keyboard:
Posture is important to successful keying; the body should be back in the chair with
What finger is used to strike the r key?
Identify the preposition: 'Beyond this house is a cruel world.'
Identify the preposition: 'Everyone but John liked singing.'
Identify the Preposition: 'She walked by the lake every single day.'
Identify the preposition: 'Contrary to what this label says, this probably isn't flammable.'
Identify the preposition: 'She tried to play the game despite the warnings telling her not to.'
Identify the preposition: 'We saw a monster go down that hallway.'
Identify the preposition: 'Someone fell during the race.'
Identify the preposition: 'Excepting little Suzy, everyone finished their science projects.'
Identify the preposition: 'Maria was grounded for punching and breaking the TV.'
Identify the preposition: 'We came all the way from Braum's.'
Identify the preposition: 'He waited inside the grocery store.'
Identify the preposition: 'I got vanilla-scented soap instead of apple-scented soap.'
Identify the preposition: 'The soccer game will take place near the park.'
Identify the preposition: 'The Dr. Pepper should be next to the Sprite.'
Identify the Preposition: 'Milla and Jude met on the lake.'
Identify the preposition: 'The ball landed outside the yard.'
Identify the Preposition: 'The quick, brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.'
Identify the Preposition: 'The library is through those yellow doors.
Identify the preposition: 'She placed the book under her pillow.'
Identify the preposition: The group danced until dawn.
yo/estar/cortar el césped.
ella/ir/decorar
Nosotros/ir/salir
tú/estar/dormir
Ellos/estar/escribir
Yo/ir/visitar un museo
vosotros/estar/lavar los platos
usted/estar/leer
Nosotros/ir/pasear en bote
tú/estar/hacer la tarea
nosotros/ir/celebrar
Ellos/ir/dormir
Vosotros/ir/poner la mesa
tú/ir/comer en un restaurante
Ellas/ir/arreglar la sala
yo/estar/pasar la aspiradora
tú/estar/sacar la basura
él/ir/limpiar la cocina
Which is the strongest manufactured board with thin sheets of wood glued together?
consists of a core of softwood strips faced with a veneer
consists of wood chips and saw mill shavings bonded together, brittle, less expensive
made from wood fibers treated with chemicals, water resistant, thin and cheap
stands for medium-density fiberboard and is made from sawdust and has a smooth, even surface
fastest growing woody plant in the world and stronger than most hardwoods, versatile
materials that can be repeatedly softened by heating and hardened by cooling
can be heated only once
Which is an example of an acid?
Which is an example of a base?
Identify the Preposition: 'I take my phone everywhere with me.'
Identify the Helping Verb: 'That tree is being unreasonable.'
Identify the Helping Verb: 'She could play two instruments at the same time.'
Identify the Linking Verb: 'Those cookies are the best in town!'
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is a preposition?
John needs to key his name and the date as a FOOTER. Where will this information be located?
Which punctuation style is used when there is not a colon in the salutation?
What is the line spacing after the dateline in a Letter?
What type of notation should be used if a map were included in the envelope with the letter?
Linda wants to left align her text at 3 inches on the horizontal ruler. What feature would she use?
What should the side margins be set in a letter?
When keying, what operator is used if Donna adds color, bolds, and underline in the document?
Harry is keeping a document using word processing software. Which feature should be enabled to enter text in the middle of a document WITHOUT deleting existing text?
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In science class you need to ________ answers from the information given.
Except for kryptonite, Superman is ___________.
Having more than one responsible adult can be _____________ to your learning.
Sometimes I get __________ with my brothers when they don't listen to me.
The army will _______ if they cannot win the battle
If you swallow poison, the Poison Control center may instruct you to ________ vomiting.
If you continue to be a ___________ decision maker, you may be making a lot of mistakes in your life.
Belle sang that she wanted to get away from her ______________ life.
Your high school career could be _____________ if you do not pass AIMS.
Seeing a really talented lawyer was my _____________ for going to law school.
Which type of psychologists would be interested in primarily studying the different behaviors of people in a group and behaviors of people when alone?
Which of the following approaches has the most optimistic view of human nature?
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