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A psychologist monitors a group of nursery school children, recording each instance of helping behavior. The psychologist is using
A student hypothesized that high school students consuming a bitter or sweet drink before a spelling test will perform better. What is the independent variable?
What are the three goals of psychology?
__________ is known as the father of American psychology.
Socrates is credited with developing the concept of
Which psychologist brought psychology to America?
A disadvantage to using the interview method is
A longitudinal study is
Psychologists who emphasize the importance of repressed memories and childhood experiences subscribe to which of the following perspectives?
The correlation between two observed variables is -0.84. From this, it can be concluded that
If Aristotle and Locke, who both believed that what we know is acquired from experience, were alive today, they would best agree with the
Which psychological approach is most concerned with the importance of encoding, storing, and retrieving information?
Which psychologist is known for his classical conditioning of dogs?
The dependent variable in the statement 'Students will be able to read a statement printed in the ComicSans font faster thatn the same statement written in Lucida Calligraphy font.' is
Of the following, the strongest positive correlation would most likely be shown between
An educated guess; prediction of an outcome is a(n)
Which of the following correlation coefficients would indicate the strongest relationship between two variables?
Which team is the best in the EPL?
When a person receives a message, it is their responsibility to provide the sender:
Slang someone may use that not everyone would understand is known as
Communicating without words.
Registering sound vibrations
Pronouncing words clearly and correctly so that each sound can be heard
What is a person with a poor self-concept NOT likely to do when communicating?
This is actively paying attention
The method used to communicate a message (text, talking, writing, etc)
The main force in determining if we LISTEN or HEAR.
Which of the following can be a barrier to communication.
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
When conducting a meeting, do all of the following EXCEPT:
This means to quote word-for-word
This is a guide for conducting meetings (call to order, old business, etc):
This is a schedule of what will be covered at a meeting:
The minimum number of members neccessary to conduct business
A proposal made at a meeting:
A series of characters (numbers or text) associated with a reservation:
Traveling and having to switch planes in another city to get to your final destination.
Standards for proper behavior:
A meeting of 2 or more people at different locations using telecommunications equipment
The anatomic position is standing erect with palms _________.
What is the study of the funciton of the body structures?
A body plane that is at right angles to the horizon (runs up and down ) is what?
Any vericla plane parallel to the midline that divides the body into unequal left and right portions is what?
This plane divides the body into superior and inferior planes, what is it called?
What plane divides the body into anterior (front) and posterior (back) portions?
Which plane divides the body into equal left and right sides?
If you have a transverse plane and you are referring to a body structure above the transverse plane this is said to be superior or ___
If I have a midsagittal plane in the antomic position is my thumb proximal or lateral?
What makes a body part proximal?
Tending to argue or cause discord
Paying strict attention to detail; extremely careful.
Minor violation of a rule or law
Feeling of regret or remorse
to intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass
The structure or parts, taken as a whole
sharply cutting; direct and powerful
Brief and straight forward
a large and serious book
the best or most typical example
A control in an experiment is a standard used for comparison.
The process of gathering information through the senses is called ___.
The amount of liquid in a drinking glass would most likely be measured in which units?
Penny has a pencil that is 19 cm long. The pencil is 9 inches long.
Convert 190 cm to m.
Your mass with gravity acting on it is your
Macho Mell can lift 200 kilograms with ease. How much is this in pounds?
When solving the problem of a flat tire on a bicycle, which of the following would be an example of a hypothesis?
When designing an experiment, the first step is to ___.
Which unit should you use to measure the amount of spices in a cookie?
The purpose of an experiment is to test whether your data is correct.
Convert 14 kilometers to meters
When you go to the moon, which property will change about you?
A factor that is manipulated (changed) in an experiment to change the dependent variable is the ___.
A factor in an experiment that changes from the manipulation (changing) of the independent variable is the ___.
Observations often lead to inferences.
Which unit would you use to measure the length of your foot?
You wake up and see the street is wet, you assume it has rained. This is a(n):
What is the tool we use to measure mass?
A student walks in and has a red face. This is a(n)
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We got lost on the way to the _____ of the concert.
You must use a _____ if you need to precisely record time.
I had to redo my time line since it was not in _____ order
After my dog’s surgery, she had _____ stitches that dissolved and disappeared after a week.
We went to the gallery down the street to see the _____ artists that live and work nearby.
I decide to write a _____ about all the events of my trip to Washington D.C.
My parents will _____ an equal amount of money to me and my siblings when for college.
Due to the new freeway being built, the city had to _____ many families that lived in the area.
I got fired because I was _____ late to my job.
Does this story take place during _____ times or in the past?
Much of the indirect evidence about Earth's internal structure comes from these.
The layer of Earth on which we live is called _____
The upper layer of the mantle and the crust form this rigid layer.
This layer of the mantle has the texture of softened tar.
True or false- Heat energy moves from hot substances to cooler substances.
What kind of heat transfer occurs when objects are in direct contact?
This heat transfer is by currents within a fluid.
Who developed the idea of Continental Drift?
Why was Continental Drift not accepted by other scientists?
What is the mid ocean ridge?
What theory was proposed by Harry Hess?
Which of these is NOT evidence of sea floor spreading?
What process occurs at trenches?
Who combined and sea floor spreading into Continental Drift one theory called Plate Tectonics?
What is believed to be the mechanism that moves the crustal plates?
What kind of boundary is found at the mid-ocean ridge?
What kind of plate boundary created the Himalayan Mountains?
What is an element?
What is an atom?
A positively charged particle is…
Of the following particles, those NOT found in the nucleus of an atom are…
If an atom contains 13 protons, then it has…
Because an atom is neutral, the number of…
All atoms of the same element have the same…
The element with the smallest atomic number is…
In the periodic table, elements are arranged in order of…
A period on the periodic table
On the periodic table a group goes
Why is the periodic table important or useful?
The part of an atom that has a neutral charge
The part of an atom that has a negative charge
Which two particles are find inside the nucleus?
What is the atomic number of Oxygen?
What is the number of neutrons that Iron has?
How many electrons does Titanium have?
What is the mass number of Chlorine?
How many protons does Nitrogen have?
Which government is run by one large central authority?
Which government allows the most citizen participation?
In a parliamentary democracy, who choses the Prime Minister?
In a presidential democracy, who choses the president?
Which government is run by a select few?
Which type of government is influenced by religious leaders?
Which government is ruled by one person?
Which is an example of an autocratic leader?
Which form of government shares power between the central government and the regional governments?
In which government would most of the power be with the local or regional governments? The national government is mostly used for defense.
Which government allows the least amount of citizen participation?
Which is an example of a democratic leader?
Which of these is not a preposition?
Which of these is not a helping verb?
Which of these is not a linking verb?
Identify the preposition: 'This could be the start of something new.'
Identify the preposition: 'Aye, Calypso, I sing to your spirit.'
Identify the helping verb: 'For the first time in forever, I could be noticed by someone.'
Identify the linking verb: 'Hannah is a salt factory in English.'
Identify the preposition: 'I can not live without quality memes.'
Identify the linking verb: 'The world looks so much brighter with you by my side.'
Identify the preposition: 'I've never had someone that knows me like you do.'
Identify the preposition: 'The jacket hung above the ground.'
Identify the preposition: 'According to the instructions, we should add some bacon.'
Identify the preposition: 'He ran across the courtyard frantically.'
Identify the preposition: 'We put the Christmas tree together after Thanksgiving.'
Identify the Preposition: 'She threw her phone against the wall and accidentally cracked the screen.'
Identify the preposition: 'The bunny hopped around the tree.'
I swung the bat experimentally, but accidentally hit someone behind me.'
Identify the Preposition: 'There could be worse things than monsters below your bed.'
Identify the preposition: 'She kept her drink beside her dish.'
Identify the preposition: 'The only thing standing between them was a wall.'
____________ is something that helps an organism survive.
___________ is a physical characteristic that hels an animal hide.
A major division of the geologic time scale that has many millions of years is ___________.
When the last member of a species has died, we say it is ____________.
The preserved traces and remains of an organism that lived long ago is ____________.
is the place where an organism lives.
An animal is said to _________ when it goes into a deep sleep to help it survive the winter.
An animal is said to ____________ when it moves to another region when seasons change.
_____________ is when an organism, or part of an organism, looks like another organism.
A _________ is an organism's place, or *job*, in its ecosystem that helps it compete with other organisms and survive.
Material size, density, porosity and surface texture refer to what properties
Which properties control how a material reacts to heat or cold?
What properties include strength, elasticity, plasticity, hardness, toughness, or fatigue
The properties that refer to a material's reaction to light are __________.
How materials react to sound waves refers to what properties?
Acids taste ____________.
Acids fall in the range of ___________.
Bases taste ________________ and are _______________.
Bases fall in the range of _________________.
A ph of 7 is _______.
A scientist who studies fossils is ________________.
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Forming a hypothesis, conducting and experiment, and drawing conclusions are all part of a common scientific method.
A factor that does NOT change in an experiment is a(n) ___.
I want to test if plant food helps my marigold grow. What is the independent variable?
I want to test if plant food helps my marigold grow. What is the dependent variable?
A conclusion about an observation is a (n)
What tool would I use to measure the distance between Ms. Wisniewski's classroom and Ms. Koehler's classroom?
Mass is defined as the
Step-by-step procedures of scientific probelm solving are called ___.
To measure out 25 ml of milk, you would use a
Convert 0.82 kilometers to centimeters.
A state of matter that has a fixed shape and volume
A state of matter that has a fixed volume, but its shape changes to match the shape of its container
A state of matter that does not have a fixed shape or volume
One of the three main forms of matter
A change in the appearance of matter without actually changing the matter itself
A description of substances attracted to a magnetic force
Changing from a gas to a liquid
Changing from a liquid to a gas
An example of a solid is-
Which is NOT an example of a physical change
Any one of the numbers 0,1,2,3
A group of three digits that is separated by commas
A system for writing numbers. In this system, the position of a digit determines its value.
The usual or common way to write a number. Example: 223
A way of writing a number as the sum of the values of its digits. Example: 200 + 20 + 3 = 223
A number that has a digit in the tenths place, hundredths place, and beyond
Mrs. Chen made 2,376 double chocolate chip cookies for her class party. How is this number read?
How is the number 23,436 read?
Which number has a 2 in the tens place?
What is the value of the 4 in 4,679?
Psychology is the study of
The three goals of psychology are
Psychology's roots are in science and
________________ is known as the Father of Psychology
To study the mind as a whole and not just each sensation is known as
____________ was founded by John B. Watson.
A prediction of an experiments outcome is a
The opposite of the hypothesis is the
Any variable that influences the experiment is known as
The relationship between two variables is know as a
There is a ______________ correlation between eating sugar and hyperactivity.
What type of correlation would you expect between studying and grades?
The __________ side of the debate says that genetics has the most influece over who you are
The _____________ side of the debate says the environment has the most influence over who you are.
A detailed description of a person over a period of time is known as a
A longterm study over a number of years on the same group of people is known as a
Observing someone's behavior in their natural environment is known as
In an ABA study, the B stands for
The _____________ group receives the treatment
One advantage to a cross sectional study is that
Which is NOT a Southern Colony?
What was the first PERMANENT English settlement in North America?
Under what system did colonists who paid their own way to Virginia get 50 acres?
Under what system was a contract signed to work for 4 years in exchange for their trip?
Why did many English Catholics come to America?
Which colony was set up as a refuge (safe place) for Catholics?
What Act was the first law supporting religious tolerance passed in the English colonies?
What did the economies of the southern colonies depend upon?
Laws to contol slaves were called
In 1609 in Jamestown, the winter of disease and famine was called
What Seperatist group left England in the early 1600s to escape persecution?
One of the attempts at self government in the English colonies was
Between 1629 and 1640, a mass movement of Puritans left England. This was the
Which is NOT a New England colony?
The climate of New England is often
Which was NOT part of the New England economy?
Why did most New England families want to educate their children?
What was the first college in the Americas?
The first colleges trained
True or False? Most government leaders in New England were church leaders.
A change in an organism's environment that affects the organism's activities is a ___.
When a duck dives under water, its inner eyelids automatically raise to cover the duck's eyes. In this case, water acts as ___.
Maintaining a body temperature of 37 degrees C and a stable amount of sugar in your blood are both examples of ___.
Which of the following is a stimulus?
The pupils of your eyes respond to which of the following stimuli?
DNA is an acronym for ___.
Both fleas and frogs leap in response to a stimulus. If a flea can leap 20 cm, and frog can jump 5 m, what percentage of the frog's jump is the flea's jump.
The human body maintains a temperature of about ___.
When a Venus flytrap catches an insect, it is reacting to the stimulus of ___.
Fish that live in the ice cold waters off Antarctica make a natural antifreeze that keeps them from freezing. This is the fish's way of maintaining a stable environment known as _
What Geographic feature was at the heart of the Louisiana Territory?
Unter the Treaty of Utrecht, Britain gained territory in all of the following regions EXCEPT
What advantage did the Frenchy have over the British throughout the French and Indian War?
What was Britain's chief disadvantage during the French and Indian War?
Who were the Acadians?
Why was the Battle of the Plains of Abraham important?
Nationalism grew in the American colonies for all of the following reasons EXCEPT that
Which law was a direct threat against the colonists'
Who was the French priest who explored the upper Mississippi River
Who was the talented British general who died capturing Quebec?
What event sparked the French and Indian War?
What was the French and Indian War called in Europe?
Why did the Iroquois ally with the British?
Why was Franklin's Albany Plan a failure?
The British three-part plan to win the Seven Years' War included all of the follwoing EXCEPT to
The key campaign of the French and Indian War was the capture of
What peace treaty brought an end to the French and Indian War?
Who was the Prime Minister of Great Britain who won the Seven Years' War?
Who was the colonial commander who fought the first skirmish of the French and Indian War?
Guerilla warfare is
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What language is spoken by the majority of people in the world?
What type of animal is a Samoyed?
What is the name of The Little Mermaid's seagull friend?
What is Shaq-Fu?
What princess is also known as Briar Rose?
Qu'est-ce que tu aimes faire à la maison ?
to sleep
to study
to listen to music
to send text messages
to speak French
to cook
to surf the internet
to grocery shop
to speak English
to sleep
to read
to do track and field
to study
to do homework
to talk on the phone
to go to concerts
to download music
to speak Spanish
to watch television
The airplane is taking off.
The flight attendant is looking at the tickets.
The taxi driver is helping the passenger.
The passengers are looking for their seats.
Juan is packing the suitcase.
Miriam and I are bringing our luggage.
The passengers are checking their luggage at the counter.
The flight attendant is asking for the tickets.
The flight is leaving now.
You are sleeping.
The first English settlement in the New World was
The first PERMANENT English settlement in the New World was
The people that traveled to America in hopes of religious freedom are known as Pilgrims.
The Pilgrims traveled on a ship named
Where did the Mayflower land in America?
How did the Pilgrims survive their first winter in America?
How many original colonies were there in America?
The original colonies were divided into three groups: the northern, middle, and southern colonies.
A(n) __________ is a person who has agreed to work off the cost of their voyage to America.
The main cash crop of Jamestown was tobacco.
Which of these is not a part of the New England colonies?
These colonies were known as the 'breadbasket' of America because of their production of wheat, barley, and other grains.
Plantations would most likely be found in the _______ colonies.
Sailors, fishermen, and merchants would most likely be occupations in which of the three colonial groups?
The feast held by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians to celebrate the first harvest:
7^2 x (12-15)
(5+3) x 2^5
(11+9) x 3^2
2^2 x (35-48)
4^2 x (35-29)
(2+3) x 3^4
(3^2 x 5) +37
(20x3) - 9^2
(15+6) x 2^3
(3^4 + 8) x 2
a chase
before or earlier
coming into view; can be seen
leadership or direction
to make someone feel certain or sure about something
a result or consequence
a feeling of thankfulness
discovered or noticed something
Which of the following is an example of an OUTCOME?
Which word has the opposite meaning of the word DETECTED?
What is the shorthand form for describing a chemical reaction?
reactions that require absorb heat (thermal) energy
reactions that release heat (thermal) energy
Which is a neutral subatomic particle?
What is the term for a change in size, shape, or state?
The arrow in a chemical equation refers to the word_________________.
tells you the number of atoms of each element
a process that produces a chemical change
substances on the right side(and produced by) of a chemical equation
substances on the left side of a chemical equation
The amount of water vapor in the air
A large body of air that has the same temperature and level of humidity throughout
The movement of air caused by cool air over the ocean moving toward the land
The state of the atmosphere at a certain time and place
Weather instrument used to measure air pressure
Elevation especially above sea level or above the Earth’s surface
The average weather conditions of an area over a very long period of time
A scientist who studies weather
Any form of water that falls from the sky
Clouds of low altitude, they’re thin and stretch out across the sky, and block out sunlight
A collection of millions of tiny water droplets or ice crystals
Thick, vertical clouds that produce thunderstorms
Clouds of middle altitude, large, puffy, and sometimes creative shapes; usually seen during fair weather
Clouds high in the atmosphere that are made of tiny ice crystals; signal that the weather will change within 24 hours.
The weight of air pressing down on the Earth; it causes the air to move from place to place.
Air pressure moves...
High pressure systems generally brings...
Low pressure systems generally bring...
A meteorologist uses a _______ to measure the wind's speed.
The jet stream of the United States mostly moves _______ .
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Required that salaries, taxes and expenditures be scrutinized by elected officials.
Ban on colonization beyond the Appalachian Mountains
Any tax on goods that are produced and consumed entirely within a country
Requirement that the colonists help provision the British army
A repressive series of direct taxes on various colonial goods, such as glass
British attempt to tax legal and commercial documents in the colonies
British Minister who attempted to collect new taxes from the colonies
Orator from Virginia who opposed British tyranny
Leader of the Sons of Liberty
Who proposed to unite the colonies against France?
Hair consists of two parts: a follicle and a shaft.
Melanin is the bits of pigment found in the cortex of a hair
The Hair shaft is made up of three layers: an outer cortex, an inner cortex, and a cuticle.
The cuticle is a transparent inner layer of the hair shaft.
In humans, the cortex is the largest part of the hair shaft.
The part of the hair containing granules of pigment is called:
The protein that makes up the majority of the hair is called:
Cut hair is:
Hair with a follicular tag is
Investigators recognized the importance of analysis of hair as:
4 ? 5 = 9
one thousand, five hundred
Trever had 5 marbles he gave 3 to Carter, and Carter gave 1 to Miciah. How many do they each have?
How do you spell these numbers? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Describe me: Watermelon
Which is fiction?
Which is Non-Fiction
How much is a quarter worth?
What is a dime worth?
5 cents is worth...
Over time, an acorn becomes an oak seedling and then an oak tree. This is an example of ___.
Which of the following are characteristics that all living organisms share?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic that all living things share?
DNA provides instructions for making ___.
The transmission of characteristics from parents to offspring is ___.
The process of maintaining a stable internal evnironment is known as ___.
The resemblance of offsprings to their parents is a result of ___.
When a planarian worm is cut in half, each half develops into a whole worm. This is an example of ___ reproduction
___ is the passing of the chemical activities that an organism's cells perform.
___ refers to all of the chemicals activities that an organism's cells perform.
A fact is a statement that can be verified
Perception can be based on the way a suspect behaves
We use all our senses to gather information around us.
A persons state of minds affects what they see and hear
A forensic scientists must first examine and evaluate evidence from a crime scene
A forensic investigator must be able to:
Criminal investigators depend on the observation skills of:
What type of evidence does the Innocence Project use to reexamine post-conviction cases
Forensis means:
Which of the following is NOT a goal of science?
The work of scientists usually begins with
Information gathered from observing a plant grow 3 cm over a two week period results in
In science, a hypothesis is only useful if
Which of the following variables present in Redi's experiment on spontaneous generation is NOT a controlled variable?
A well tested explanation that unifies a broad range of observations is known as
Biology is the study of
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of all living things?
Which of the following characterisitics of living things BEST explains why birds fly south for the winter?
The process by which living organisms keep their interal environments fairly constant is called?
What is the term for land, air, and water on earth?
Which of the following terms includes all of the others?
In the metric system , the basic unit of length is
How many meters are in 2.4 km?
Which is NOT a unit of measurement in the metric system?
A compound light microscope
Which of the following is the BEST reason for using an Scanning Electronn Microscope?
An instrument used to separate cell parts according to density is the
Safety procedures are important when working
Which of the following is NOT considered a safety procedure
What did early humans develop that helped them work together?
Why do we think cave paintings were made?
What is a nomadic lifestyle?
Where did the earliest humans evolve in and migrate from?
What do we call objects from the past made by humans?
What was the most important effect of the development of agriculture?
What was the biggest change between Paleolithic and Neolithic culture?
What do we call natural materials that people need and value?
The knowledge, beliefs, customs, and values of a group of people is their _________.
The study of the earth's physical and cultural features is known as ___________.
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
Which sentence is spelled correctly?
What occured on October 12, 1492?
Which of the following helped lead to the discovery of the New World?
The Crusades were launched for what reason?
The Middle Class were:
Who was the first European to travel the length of Asia?
The revival in learning that occured in the Middle Ages is referred to as what today?
Who founded a school of navigation that encouraged voyages of exploration?
Who began the Protestant Reformation?
Who invented the movable type printing press?
The Reformation began when a then Catholic priest
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How does Heck Tate protect Boo from a trial?
Which of the following IS NOT an unusual happening in Chapter 27?
What is Cecil’s current event that he shares at school?
How does Tom Robinson die?
What great “mistake” does Tom make during his testimony?
Why does Mr. Dolphus Raymond pretend to be drunk?
Why does Jem have to read to Mrs. Dubose every day?
Why does Dill run away from home?
Whose home burns down in the novel?
What is the MAIN reason Scout hates school?
What does Jem lose while escaping the Radley yard?
How does Scout get the mob of men to leave the jailhouse?
Why are many residents of Maycomb angry with Atticus?
Cuando aprendió que estaba embarazada, supo que sería _____.
Fueron ____ a la cárcel por la policía cuando alguién se enteró de que habían robado el banco.
El chico se portaba tan mal que el maestro lo llamaba ¨el chico______¨ y lo castigó.
La pareja fue _____ por unos criminales que la arrancaron de su casa.
Le _____ que las chicas no la traten bien. Quiere que dejen de burlarse de ella.
La maestra quería ____ las instrucciones para que pudieran cumplir la tarea.
Este chica aseguró que ____ unas joyas valiosas que heredó de su abuela.
El ladrón _____ el crimen cuando entró en el banco y asaltó a uno de los banqueros.
Ellos son una _____ muy chula porque siempre se asoman en público felices.
Los pobres ______ porque tenían hambre y estaban sin hogar.
Estaba tan deprimido que ____ podía levantarse de la cama. Quería apartarse del mundo.
El doctor _____ el crédito por estar _____ de descubrir la cura.
Trabajaba tanto porque quería _____ el proyecto tan pronto como posible.
Mi amiga ____ que me hubiera mentido pero no quería perdonarla.
El ____ no tenía ningún lugar para vivir.
Mis padres han creado un _____ seguro para nosotros.
Trató de ___ su pasaporte para entrar ilegalmente en el país.
Había sólo una ___ de su personalidad: era muy arrogante.
El hombre tuvo que _____ el cuerpo de su esposa sin una ceremonia.
Cometió muchos ____ cuando era joven antes de cambiar su vida.
the beginning for the digestion system is which of the following?
the intestines
True or False: Labor Unions Opposed child labor
True or False: Labor Unions supported long work days.
What strategy did workers use to change poor working conditions?
Which of these is NOT a change that resulted from Industrialization in the US?
What is the name of the Law that provided intuitional racial discrimination?
Which of these is a reform to address problems with Industrial Capitalism?
The 17th Amendment is an example of:
What was one cause of the Great Migration?
True/ False: Segregation is an example of the legal discrimination of African Americans
True/ False: Segregation is illegal before WWII
To make a solution less concentrated, usually by adding more liquid
If we increase the amount of solute in a solution , but do not add any additional water. What will happen to the concentration?
The amount of material dissolved in a measure of liquid
When equal volumes of two solutions are weighed on the balance, which one is more concentrated?
How would you dilute a solution?
Which one is a solution?
Is a solution also a mixture?
Before using the balance to measure concentrations we need to make sure we have equal
The liquid part of the solution
The solid that gets dissolved when put into a solution
A la mujer le emocionaba estar _______ porque quería tener hijos.
Al hablar con la maestra ________ de mi nota en el examen.
El _______ oyó su testimonio y le dio una sentencia ligera.
Usó su pistola para ______ al criminal.
Sabía que su _____ sería positivo porque era optimista.
Seguía hablando y no _____ hablar hasta que el maestro le gritó.
Por fin, _____ mi trabajo y pude salir con mis amigos.
Cometió tantos delitos pero siempre decía que no era ____.
La madre ____ a sus hijos con mucho amor.
El criminal _____ muchos delitos.
Por robarle el dinero, su _____ era 10 años en la cárcel..
Por la puerta _____ la maestra y les sorprendió a los estudiantes.
Quería ____ que su novio decía la verdad. Por eso, le hizo muchas preguntas.
Se lanzó hacia el león y lo _____.
Fue a su casa y lo _____ con mucha fuerza.
Al ver a la policía, el criminal ______ la escena para escaparse.
El hombre fue ______ por muchos delitos aunque era inocente.
Después de horas de debate, los dos hicieron un ____.
Estaba _____ salir, cuando la maestra me llamó a hablar con ella.
What is an element of art produced by light of various wavelengths?
Which of the following colors is NOT a primary color?
What is the resulting color formed when an equal amount of a primary and a secondary color are mixed?
Which of the following are NOT complementary colors?
Which of the following are colors that are next to each other on the color wheel that have on hue in common?
Which of the following is NOT a warm color?
Which of the following is NOT a cool color?
What is a color scheme that uses only one hue and the tints, tones, and shades of that hue?
Which of the following is NOT a secondary color?
What two colors make up the color ORANGE?
What is a rhino's horn made of?
What is entomology?
Sunlight is healthy because
How is the number 5 written in Roman numerals?
What is the biggest state in the United States?
Which month has 28 days?
What is another term for a tidal wave?
What is the largest animal in the world?
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What is the first step of the scientific method?
SpongeBob wanted to know if customers would buy more Krabby Patties if he added a new secret ingredient: Pineapples! Which of the following statements are true?
What step follows the Observations?
Why do you need a control?
What step do you do BEFORE you make your hypothesis?
How should you phrase a hypothesis?
Do you do the experiment BEFORE or AFTER you make your hypothesis?
What do you do in a conclusion?
SpongeBob wanted to know if he swam faster after drinking a seaweed milkshake. Which of the following statements is true?
Why is there only one experimental variable?
The Native Americans probably migrated to the New World
A Native American's man's standing in his tribe was determined by:
Tribes that moved from place to place following food were called:
Columbus was sponsored by:
The King and Queen who sent him were:
Columbus first landfall was on
Columbus believed he had reached
America was named after
The New World was named America because
Christopher Columbus is remembered as a great explorer because
A push or a pull in any direction that has the ability to cause a change in direction.
The unit we will use to measure force.
Measure of the amount of "stuff" or matter that makes an object.
This "force" always opposes motion.
Describes an objects change in speed.
Objects ability to resist change in its state of motion.
An object in motion will stay in motion and the object at rest will stay
The movement of continents.
Force equals mass times acceleration.
Force every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.
A financial statement that reports assets, liabilites, and owner\'s equity on a specific date.
An equation showing the relationship among assets, liabilities, and owner\'s equity.
A business owned by one person.
The account used to summarize the owner's equity in the business.
Anything of value that is owned.
A business activity that changes assets, liabilities, or owner\'s equity.
Financial rights to the asssets of a business.
A business that performs an activity for a fee.
An amount owed by a business.
A planned process for providing financial information that will be useful to management.
If cash is paid for repairs to equipment, this would ...
A transaction to pay for goods and services needed to operate a business results in a decrease in a...
Two transactions that decrease owner\'s equity are ...
When cash is received from sales, ...
A transaction that increases cash and decreases owner\'s equity is ...
The name given to to an account is called the ...
Organized summaries of a business\'s financial activities are called ...
Prepaid insurance is what type of accout?
The amount in an account is called the ...
When the owner withdraws cash for personal use ...
The part of an experiment that is not being tested and is used for comparison. Is the?
The __________ describes the steps you use during an experiment.
Scientists make _________________ to help them make a hypothesis or collect data during an experiment.
The information collected during an experiment is called _____________.
After the experiment, scientists organize and _____________ the data.
A ___________ variable is what you measure in the experiment and what is affected during the experiment.
Sometimes scientists make a mistake, or _______________, and need to do an experiment again.
The first step of the scientific method is to define or identify the _______________.
After the scientist makes a hypothesis, they perform an _______________ to collect data.
The ______________________ variable is the part of the experiment that is being tested or the part that is changed by the person doing the experiment.
All living things are made of tiny parts called
What is metabolism?
A signal to which an organism responds is called a
The process by which organisms as a group chang over time is called
Another name for all living thing is
A set of chemical reactions as an organism carries out its life processes is
The type of reproduction that involves 2 parents is
What is a segament of DNA that codes for a protein called
The ultimate fource of energy for life on Earth is
If an organism only has one cell it is called
I go ..... the cinema by bus.
He is tired .... working at night.
My money is ..... my left pocket.
Those students are ... the classroom.
Do you like to eat .. that restaurant?
Please, go ... the office.
That guy takes his books ... the shelf.
The file is .... the desk.
Mr. Alvarado puts the books ... the drawer.
You can see my drawing ...... his picture.
Dont you remember the old story about the crane? Chizuko asked. Its supposed to live for a thousand years. If a sick person folds 1000 paper cranes, the gods will grant her wish and make her healthy again. She handed the crane to Sadako. How do you t
Rushing like a whirlwind into the kitchen, Sadako cried, Oh, Mother! I can hardly wait to go to the carnival. Can we please hurry with breakfast. Which phrase best supports how Sadako is feeling in this passage?
In what city does Sadako live?
What is celebrated every August 6 in Japan with fireworks, music, and cotton candy?
How many siblings does Sadako have?
What is another name for the atom bomb disease?
What did Masahiro promise Sadako?
How many cranes did Sadako fold before she died?
The Thunderbolt is another name for the ______ bomb that was dropped on Sadako’s city.
___________ was Sadako’s friend who died from the same disease Sadako had.
The main part of a computer system, it houses the microprocessor, the random-access memory (RAM), and usually an internal disk drive.
A device used to store data and programs.
An electronic device that allows a person to point to and select items on a monitor.
A device that reads and writes to disks.
A device that connects a computer to an electrical outlet. The device protects the computer against sudden increases in electrical power.
A device that allows data to be sent from computer to computer over a telephone line.
A set of raised keys. It allows a person to enter information into a computer.
A screen that displays a computers output.
A device that prints data onto paper.
The part of a resume that includes essential personal information such as your name, address and phone number.
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_____ leccion
_____ estantes
_____ poeta
_____ programa
_____ luz
_____ mapas
_____ ducha
_____ fregadora
_____ sillon
_____ almohadas
_____ horno
_____ mesas
_____ televisor
_____ inodoro
_____ cama
Find the slope of the line through the points (-2, 4) and (6, -12).
Solve for x. 3x - 8 = 5x + 6
Write the equation of the line with slope -5 and y-intercept 6.
What is the y-intercept of the line y = -3x - 7?
Write the equation of the line going through (4, -8) with slope -2.
Write an equation of a line parallel to the line y = 1/3x -7
What is the slope of the line y = 3/4 x - 1/3?
Solve for x. -5x + 7 = 2x - 7
Write the equation of a line parallel to y = 4x - 8 going throughthe point (0, 8).
Which line is perpendicular to y = 7x - 4
Which of these depends on gravity?
Which of these is a homogenous solution?
Which is a chemical change?
Which of these is heterogeneous?
Which of these is a chemical property?
Which of these is NOT a pure substance?
Which of these is NOT a chemical change.
Which of these is NOT an element?
Which of these is NOT Heterogeneous?
WHich of these is a compound?
something that allows only certain particles or substances to cross or travel through
a protective layer made of phopholipids that surround the cell and acts as a barrier between the inside of the cell and the cell's environment; regulates what enters and leaves the cell
the movement of particles across a cell membrane without the use of energy
the movement of molecules from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration
the diffusion of water through a semi-permeable membrane
the movement of particles across the cell membrane that requires the use of energy
the process by which a cell membrane surrounds particles and encloses the particle in a vessicle to bring the particle into the cell
the process in which a cell packages particles in a vesicle to be transported to the cell's surface and fuses with the cell membrane to be released outside of the cell
a type of plant tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots to the rest of the plant to help it maintain homeostasis
a type of plant tissue that transports food made within plant cells to the rest of the plant to help it maintain homeostasis
the maintenance of a constant/stable internal environment in a changing external environment
the process by which plants, algae, and some bacteria use sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make their own food
organelle in plants and algae cells that contain chlorophyll where photosynthesis takes place
the process by which cells use oxygen to produce energy from food
the organelle that releases energy by breaking down food through cellular respiration
the process in which cells/organisms produce more of their own kind; necessary for the continuation of every species because individual cells/organisms do not live forever
the division of the nucleus that forms two new nuclei while the cell is dividing into two identical cells, each of which has the same number of chromosomes
a type of asexual reproduction in which a single-celled organism divides into two cells
one of threadlike structures in the nucleus that are made up of DNA/genetic material; stores directions for cell's activities (cell's blueprint) and transfers the directions to the next generation of cells
molecules or particles that enter and leave a cell at the same rate to reach a state of balance
What is the process of grouping things based on their similarities called?
Which two levels of classification make up an organisms scientific name in binomial nomenclature?
Which of the following shows the correct order for the levels of classification?
Which of the following is not a Kingdom of Life?
Which of the following is not a Kingdom of Life?
Which of the following is not a Domain of Life?
A group of similar organisms that can mate and produce fertile offspring is known as
Who invented the classification system that we use today?
Which of the following Kingdoms are not Eukaryotes?
Which of the following Kingdoms are Prokayotes?
the most important (main) character in a story, play, or novel
less important characters that help the audience learn about the main character only briefly mentioned
a character who undergoes an important inner change such as a change in beliefs, personality, or attitude
a character that you do not know well
a character whose situation you understand, sympathize with, or can relate to
when the narrator tells you about the character
a character that you know a lot about
antagonist the character or force in conflict with the protagonist
first conflict in the story
the turning point in the story
Where the characters and setting are revealed
events that follow the climax and lead to the resolution
where loose ends are tied up
What types of people were pyramids built for?
What side of the Nile were pyramids built on?
About how many pyramids are still standing in Egypt today?
What type of stone was used in building the pyramids?
How many stones or blocks make up the Great Pyramid of Giza?
What is the average weight of the stones/blocks of the Great Pyramid?
Who was the Great Pyramid of Giza built for?
The stone needed to build the pyramids came from ...
What were the large rectangular tombs of the wealthy called?
Where was King Tut buried?
What was organ was left in the body during mummification?
What is the term used to describe a large ancient cemetery?
How long did it take to mummify a body in ancient Egypt?
What type of people were usually mummified in ancient Egypt?
What were a persons organs stored in after they were removed during mummification?
What statement best describes why Egyptians mummified the dead?
What statement best describes what we know about the way Egyptians did mummification?
How many mummies have been found in the pyramids of Egypt?
What was the purpose of an Egyptian pyramid?
What is the process of removing the water from something called?
What do we learn about Atticus during the rabid dog scene?
Which of the following IS NOT something Boo leaves in the knot-hole for Jem and Scout?
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You would list special events, organizations, clubs, sports, etc. that you have been a part of in this section.
This section of a resume indicates that you have achieved something special, or that you have succeeded in accomplishing something out of the ordinary.
The degree, level or type of schooling you have received. This identifies where you attended school and the dates of attendance or graduation; or expected graduation.
This section identifies previous employers for whom you have worked, their location, the dates you worked for them, your job title and a description of the job you performed for them.
The part of a resume that includes essential personal information such as your formal name, your address, phone number, and an email address if you have one.
This is generally a one sentence explanation of the type of job you are seeking, it should be fairly specific and state a purpose, goal, or target that you wish to obtain.
In this section, you will list the classes you have taken that might contribute to your employability. These are courses that you have taken that have taught you some of the skills you will need to perform a specific job.
A one page summary of your skills, education, and experience. It is your advertisement to potential employers, and is one of the most important pieces of writing you will ever create.
This is the main part of a computer system It houses the microprocessor, the random-access membory (RAM), and usually an internal disk drive.
A device that allows data to be sent from computer to computer over a telephone line.
Scientists are good communicators because
How can a question be answered by science and / or technology?
An atom
Molecules are composed of
The smallest unit of an element is
Protons have a
Neutrons have a
Electrons have a
Electrons are in the __________ while protons and neutrons are in the ______________
The atomic number is the _______________
An educated guess made after research is called a/an:
The scientific method:
Vulcanized rubber was discovered:
Rubber is a/an:
A long strand of molecules that has stretchy properties is a/an:
An observation about something in nature that we may not understand is known as a/an:
This year we are studying:
Who can be a scientist?
Science cannot answer questions about:
It is important that a scientist:
The work of scientists usually starts with
You suggest that the presence of water could make mold grow faster on bread. This is considered a(an)
A controlled experiment allows the scientist to isolate and test
The ability to reproduce results is an important part of any
A theory
An instrument used to view small organisms is a (an)
Safety procedures are important when working
What types of organisms should you NOT come into contact with in the lab?
If an acid is splashed on your skin, wash at once with
Which is NOT considered a safety procedure?
Ogranisms must have food because ___.
What are the four basic necessities of life?
Most plants are ___.
Which statement best describes how consumers get the food they need to survive?
A salamander is an example of a ___.
Fungus is an example of a
The metabolism of an organism includes activities such as ___.
A human can survive without water for only ___.
The cells of which of the following organisms are make up of approximately 70 % water?
Living things need water. The human body is approximately 70 % water. If a student has a mass of 40 kg, what would the student's mass be without the water?
___ is sometimes called the blueprints of life.
The molecule that contains the information on how to make proteins is ___.
The subunit of nucleic acids are ___.
___ is a complex carbohydrate manufactured by plants.
The molecule that provides energy for cellular processes is ___.
The subunits of proteins are ___.
Cells do not use ___ for energy storage.
Which of the following is NOT true of proteins?
In the cell membrane, ___ molecules form two layers.
___ is the passing of traits from one generation to the next.
The variable in an experiment that you change
An educated guess
A practical test for a particular hypothesis
Variable that depends on the variable you changed
The results of an experiment
Using experimentation to answer questions about the world
A widely accepted conclusion that has never been disproven
Using problem-solving to make our world better and help us adapt
The part of the experiment that does not change
How many variables should be tested at one time?
What instrument is used to measure mass?
What is the main metric unit that we use for measuring mass?
What is the name of the tool used to measure volume?
What is the main metric unit for measuring volume?
What should be worn during a lab to protect your eyes?
What is an eyewash station used for?
What do you do with broken glass?
Which is not a source of information?
A well-written experiment should include a list of 3 things?
What are the correct steps in the scientific method?
Ponce de Leon was searching for this when he found Florida.
Magellan's voyage:
The Aztecs were led by
The Aztecs thought this man was a god, but he conquered them.
This man conquered the Incas.
This man took an army to look for the Seven Cities of Cibola
This man discovered the Mississippi River.
This man explored the coast of California.
The Aztec practiced this religious ritual
The best-known African to explore with the Spanish was
This was the first permanent European settlement in the present day U.S.
This was the capital of the Spanish colonies in the American southwest.
This was the first European settlement in California.
Spain's chief rivalry was with
The defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 meant
This man discovered the St. Lawrence River
This man claimed the entire Mississippi valleyfor France
This was the first permanent French settlement in the New World
These were French Protestants in search of religious freedom
New France never became heavily populated because
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Which side supported ratification of the Constitution?
Which side was against the ratification of the Constitution?
If the legislative branch passes a law and the President dislikes it, what can he do?
Who was excluded from voting?
Ultimately, who would the Constitution benefit?
Why did the framers and other wealthy white men meet at the Constitution Convention in 1787?
Who has supreme reign over laws in the U.S?
Who was considered 3/5ths of a person?
Which branch can consider a law unconstitutional?
Which branch makes the laws and can impeach the President?
a chemical reaction in which heat energy is released
the minimum amount of energy needed to start a chemical reaction
a shorthand form for writing what reactants are used and what products are formed in a chemical reaction
a substance that exist before a chemical reaction
the process that produces chemical change, resulting in new substances with properties that are different from those in the original substances
a substance that speeds up a chemical reaction
a measure of how fast a chemical reaction occurs
a chemical reaction in which heat energy is absorbed
catalysts that are large protein molecules which speed up reactions
a substance that slows down a chemical reaction
describes how much solute is present in a solution compared to solvent
a substance that forms as a result of a chemical reaction
Center layer of the Earth
Lagest layer
Layer that is the coolest
When 2 plates move against each other
When 2 pkates separate from each other
When 2 plates slide by each other
The breaking dow of materials
The means by which the Earth releases heat
Hail, snow, rain are all examples of
Space between plates at a subduction zone
Violent rotating column of air
Snow falling from a high point
A narrow channel
A big bay
Thin strip of land connecting 2 larger ones
All the water on earth
Crust, soil, rocks etc
Gases surrounding Earth
All life on inside, om and above the Earth
What is bio diversity
Who is screened for Gestational Diabetes ?
Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for Gestational Diabetes?
Which of the following statements is FALSE?
If a patient fails the one hour glucose challenge test, which is most likely to occur next?
Which of the follwing is NOT a possible complication for BABY in a Gestational Diabetes affected pregnancy?
Complete the following statement: First and foremost management of Gestational Diabetes should be through...
Which of the following IS a potential complication of Gestational Diabetes for the MOTHER?
Which of the following is the BEST way Gestational Diabetes can be prevented?
Which of the following is TRUE?
Complete the statement: After delivery, the baby of a full term well managed Gestational Diabetes pregnancy...
In the 1600s, which scientist discovered microbes in pond water by using a microscope?
Through which microscope were cells first observed?
Which microscope did Robert Hooke use to study tree bark?
A magnifying glass is an example of which type of microscope?
Which microscope uses a series of lenses to magnify an object in steps?
What do scanning electron microscopes and transmission electron microscopes have in common?
Which reason best explains why dead specimens must be used with transmission electron microscopes?
A new multicellular organism has been discovered, and scientists want to study the organism’s cell structures, including organelles. Which microscope should they use?
The first strands of DNA were observed through which microscope?
Which statement best explains why cells were observed in more detail using a compound microscope than a simple microscope?
Newtons are used to measure
Work can be defined as
A simple machine is a device that
If you wanted to lift a heavy box using a lever, then you should
A _____ is made of a rigid bar and fulcrum
What is an independent variable?
What simple machine is used to raise the blinds?
A moveable pulley reduces force, while a fixed pulley
What type of simple machine is the lid of a jar of applesauce?
Which of the following is a complex machine?
What is an example of work being performed?
Tony uses a wheel chair, he needs to build a ramp for a door that is 3 feet off the ground. What length ramp should he use?
What is a dependent variable?
Energy cannot be created or destroyed; it can be _____ from one form to another.
Its major forms include thermal, radiant, electrical, mechanical, chemical and nuclear. What is it?
Transformations of _______ usually produce some energy in the form of heat, which spreads around by radiation or conduction into cooler places.
Which of the following energy resources produce electricity using thermal energy?
Which of the following energy resources does not use a turbine?
Energy cannot be created not destroyed however it can be converted from one form to another. This is the definition for which term?
______________or heat, is the vibration and movement of the atoms and molecules within substances
___________________is energy stored in the bonds of atoms and molecules.
______________________ is energy stored in the movement of objects
_____________________ is electromagnetic energy that travels in transverse waves
The distance an object travels per unit of time
The speed and direction of a moving object.
Distance and direction of an object's change in position from the starting point.
Total length traveled; depends on the path that was taken
Acceleration of an object toward the center of a curved or circular path.
Rate of change of velocity
A change in an object's position relative to a reference point.
Property of a moving object that equals its mass time velocity.
The equation for speed is
Which of the following is a unit of speed?
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