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Most insurance policies are pay as you go, with payments, called
What is the capital of India?
Where is the forbidden city located?
What is Angkor Wat?
What is the official language of China?
What was the first Dynasty of China?
What does it mean to have a Mandate from Heaven?
Which Dynasty started the civil service system?
In what dynasty did the Silk Road become established?
What are oracle bones?
Who was the first Emperor?
When was the census created and the forbidden city built?
Why was the Great Wall of China built?
Merchants traveled the Silk Road from China to as far as ______.
Who is the region's economic giant?
Which of the following is not a member of the Asian Tigers?
What type of products come from many different Asian countries today?
What is meant by cottage industries?
What is the green revolution
What is used to make steele
Which is not true about Hong Kong
What type of economy does Japan have?
What is an issue in China and India right now due to their rapid economic growth?
According to Confucius, which is the better way to rule?
Which of the following most correctly identifies a goal of Confucius?
What is the principle of Jen
Which of the following is not a Noble Truth?
Reincarnation is the Idea that you will be reborn hopefully in a higher social class than you were before... the idea this is based on is?
Which of the following is not one of the 5 pillars of Islam?
Which of the following is not one of the 5 pillars of Islam?
What is the meaning of monotheism?
Who was Muhammad
Shinto is the belief in?
Why was the Taj-Mahal built?
What is nirvana?
Which layer of the atmosphere has the most mass, exhibits the most movement of air, and is nearest Earth's surface?
What is the most abundant gas in Earth's atmosphere (78%)?
Which process of the water cycle causes cloud formation?
What provides energy for the water cycle?
Which factor determines phase change (solids, liquids, gases)?
Which piece of equipment is used to determine the mass of an object?
Which tool would a scientist use to measure the volume of a liquid?
Describe the transfer of energy that takes place when a cell phone is plugged into a wall outlet to recharge the battery.
Which type of matter consists of two or more kinds of atoms or molecules chemically bonded together?
What will happen to a moving object if an unbalanced force is applied to the object in the same direction the object is moving?
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What is the formula for permanganate? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is the chemical symbol for dihydrogen phosphate? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is the name for F-?
What is the name for CrO4 2- ? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is the chemical formula for silicate? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is the chemical formula for iron (III) ? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is Pb 4+ ? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is CO3 2- ? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is O2 2- ? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is the chemical formula for bicarbonate? (if the number represents a charge, there is a space)
What is the speed of a human that runs 20km in 4s?
A car travels 234m in 2hr east. What is its velocity?
What is the speed of a bus that travels 90km in 2hours?
What distance will a car traveling 50km/hr travel in 5hours?
How long will it take to go 160km traveling 40km/hr?
If I am going down a river (with the water current) in a boat that goes 20km/hr and the river has a 10km/hr speed how long will it take me to go 50km?
Which of the following opptions is NOT a color?
What is the acceleration of a cheetah that goes from 40mi/hr to a stop in 6s?
How is constant velocity shown on a distance vs time graph?
What is the correct way to spell physics?
DNA
Gene
Chromosome
Chromatid
Centromere
Spindle Fibers
Homologous chromosomes
Haploid
Diploid
Gamete
A large grouping of stars
This system states the sun is the center of the solar system.
The step in the scientific method that asks if the hypothesis was correct.
The basic unit of length/distance in the SI system.
The theory that explains what some scientists believe is the beginning of our universe.
Scientists think the universe will continue to do this.
The name of our galaxy is......
The step of the scientific method that asks "What do you want to know"?
the basic unit of mass in the SI system.
A large cloud of dust and gas in space.
What unit do you use to measure mass during a lab?
How many millimeters are in a centimeter?
What tool do we use to measure volume of a liquid?
What is a meter slightly larger than?
Which of the following is not a metric unit?
75 cm is than 7 meters
To convert 25.64kg to decigrams I move the decimal?
The mass of an object is 150 g and the volume is 50 ml, What is the density?
If an object has a density of 1.3 it will do this in water.
The triple beam balance measures?
What is it?
What is it?
What is it?
What is it?
What is it?
Flat level land
Land that is surrounded by water on three sides
large area of high flat land
land that is raised and rounded but not as high as mountains
Narrow strip of land connecting to large body areas
What is the past and participle of the verb bite?
What is the past and participle of the verb blow?
What is the past and participle of the verb break?
What is the past and participle of the verb drink?
What is the past and participle of the verb fly?
What is the past and participle of the verb go?
What is the past and participle of the verb swim?
What is the past and participle of the verb take?
What is the past and participle of the verb throw?
What is the past and participle of the verb drive?
What is the past and participle of the verb DRIVE?
What is the past and participle of the verb BUY?
What is the past and participle of the verb FALL?
What is the past and participle of the verb SING?
What is the past and participle of the verb DRAW?
What is the past and participle of the verb TEACH?
What is the past and participle of the verb THINK?
What is the past and participle of the verb RIDE?
What is the past and participle of the verb BUILD?
What is the past and participle of the verb EAT?
A noble must have all of these characteristics EXCEPT
Leonardo da Vinci was all of the following EXCEPT a(n)
The Divine Comedy includes all of these three sections EXCEPT
Leonardo da Vinci was an excellent example of Renaissance Italy’s social ideal because he
Christian humanists believed that
Which of the following was the first Protestant faith
The Peace of Augsburg formally
Part of Calvin’s reformation of the city of Geneva included
Despite their importance in developing a new view of the family, Protestants
In 1528, Baldassare Castiglione wrote The Book of the Courtier, which
Judaism, Islam, and Christianity share a common belief in
The Holy Book of Christianity is
Jesus' teaching have included examples of
One way in which Eastern Ortodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and Protestism are similar is that each
The Five Pillars of Faith of Islam and, the Ten Commandments of Judaism and Christianity, are similar in that they all
Which best describes a major characteristic of Islam?
Afterf Mohammed's death, Islam spread rapidly mainly because
The Vedas, the Bible, and the Koran are similar in that
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all origanated in
Islam was founded by
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The English Channel lies between what two countries?
What mountain range forms the boundary between Europe and Russia?
What peninsula is occupied by Spain and Portugal?
What is the world's largest inland sea?
Which European country is shaped like a boot?
What is one major concern in Europe?
What island nation includes England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland?
What is the largest country in the world?
The worst nuclear disaster in history occurred here:
What type of languages are French and Italian?
What is the dominant religion of Eastern and Western Europe?
What is the fastest growing religion in Europe?
What government gives citizens full and equal rights to participate?
What are the Bundestag and Bundesrat?
Who is Russia's most powerful leader?
Elizabeth II is queen of which country?
What organization encourages trade between European countries?
What is the most common currency in Europe?
What type of economy does the United Kingdom have?
If 8 out of 20 students in a class are boys, what percent of the class is made up of boys?
At Little Rock School, 476 students ride their bike to school. If this number is 85% of the school enrollment, then how many students are enrolled?
A football team won 75% of 120 games in a season. How many games is that?
Jennie has $300 and she spends $15. What percent of her money is spent?
There are 18 girls in a class. If this is 40% of the class list, then how many students are in the class?
18 out of 30 students studied Spanish. What percent studied Spanish?
In a school 25% of 312 students bring lunch from home. How many students is that?
63 is what percent of 60?
121 is 22% of what number?
What is 21.4% of 855?
What are taxes on imported goods?
What helps raise a country's Gross Domestic Product?
What country has the strongest economy in Europe?
Which is not a factor that enrouraged world exploration?
Which Portuguese navigator sailed around the Cape of Good Hope?
Christopher Columbus was a famour explorer for:
Whose voyage proved that the earth really was round?
Spanish explorers conquered what two native empires?
What did the East Indian Company do?
Which empire once controlled America, India, and Australia?
What country once controlled Canada and Louisiana?
What is the policy of obtaining and occupying colonies to form an empire?
The WWI alliance of Great Britain, France, Russia, Serbia, and Belgium was:
Why is the assassination of Austrian Archduke?
What treaty forced Germany to accept blame for WWI?
Who was the first leader of the Soviet Union?
What was the name of Adolf Hitler's political party?
During WWII, what were Japan, Ialy, and Germany called?
What people were persecuted during the Holocaust?
What city was divided by a wall after WWII?
The view you have of yourself is your______________.
One way to help yourself develop a positive self concept is to have __________________ expectations.
Positive message will ________________ your self concept.
A positive self concept helps you make confident ______________.
A __________________ is a powerful chemical, produced by glands, that regulates many body functions.
Mood swings, or ___________________, are common for young people.
Dealing with peer pressure is easier if you practice __________________.
A ________________self-concept gives you confidence.
Another term for that mean positive stress is called?
The fight or flight response prepares your body to deal with a stressor.
What can a person do to decrease stress is?
Something that causes stress is....
The first and greatest influence on your self-concept when you are young are your_____________
The ability to like and respect yourself is called _______________.
Your self esteem is the view you have of yourself.
Dealing with peer pressure is easier if you practice_______________.
Who is the best teacher in the world?
(3 +2) - 2 = ?
(9 x 2) + 3
2 + (4-3)
What is Mrs. Chandler's favorite holiday?
7 x 3
(7 + 6) -2
8 x 8
What school do we go to?
5 x 5
Which group of people are iron and folate especially important for:
Children should be required to eat the same amount of food every day
All Children grow at the same rate
When are babies ready to begin eating solid food?
____ and ___ affect the availability of food
The ______ single out 4 types of vegetables as most important in the diet.
How much water should a person who weighs 130 lbs drink?
Malnutrition is possible in the land of plenty if
Food can be healthy but the way it is prepared can destroy the nutrients
Which energy producing food would be best to eat the night before a marathon
Which advertising tactic uses celebrities to promote a product
What are the consequences of not taking obesity seriously
Slavery was abolished by
Permits Congress to tax individual incomes
Gives residents of Washington DC the right to vote
Forbids the manufacture and sale of alcohoic beverages (Prohibition)
Moved presidential inauguration day from March 4 to January 29 (lame duck)
Limited president to two terms
Provides that a state can't be sued in any court other than the courts of a state (original jurisdiction)
Repealed the prohibition amendment
The number of amendments added to the Constitution are
Amendments can be proposed by
Amendments can be ratified by
Matter is anything that takes up ________ and has ________.
The building block of matter is a(n) ________.
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How will organisms be affected if the pH of their environment changes and is now outside of their acceptable levels?
For bacteria to live in hot springs (such as at Yellowstone National Park), they must be adapted to what type of environment?
Which of the following best describes the pH scale?
Which of the following can affect the pH of a body of water?
What does
What range of pH values would you expect in an acidic solution?
Given that a solution of Kool-Aid has a concentration of Hydrogen ions equal to 1 x 10-9 mol/L, what would its pH be?
Which of the following is a characteristic of acid rain?
If the following pH readings were taken from various spots along the Brazos River, what is the average pH of the river? Readings: 3.2, 3.8, 5.4, 4.0 and 3.6
Using scientific notation, how would you express a pH of 12.0 in terms of the concentration of Hydrogen ions in the solution?
Colonists in the Middle Colonies were able to produce larger harvests than colonists in New England because-
The House of Burgesses was important because it-
Because of the long winters and the thin, rocky soil, settlers in the New England Colonies were forced to practice-
Democracy and self-government grew during the American colonial period primarily because-
Why did large-scale farming develop in the Southern Colonies?
The Jamestown settlers saved their colony by planting
Protestants who wanted to leave and found their own churches were called
Which colony was created so debtors and poor people could start over?
The type of farming practiced in New England was
How did England view its North American colonies?
What proposal sought to unite the American colonies against the French?
The religious revival that swept through the colonies was called the
Labor for the Southern rice fields was provided by
What theory holds that a nation's power depended on expanding its trade?
What plan called for one general government for all the American colonies?
The Treaty of Paris marked the end of power in North America for
The leg of the triangular trade route in which enslaved Africans were shipped to the West Indies was known as the
New England farms were larger than those in the Middle Colonies
The French and Indian War was between France and Native Americans
The Navigation Acts angered the colonists because they restricted trade
Compounds that contain carbon are called
A strong base would have a pH of
Several salts (or ions) vital to body function are
Which of these statements is true
The pH of blood is
A strong acid would have a pH of
Iron is important because it is
Examples of organic compounds are
Two inorganic compounds important for human body functioning are
Which is not true about nucleic acids
Class that includes cholesterol
Include collagen and hemoglobin
Primary components of meat and cheese
Primary component of lollipops and bread
Building blocks of carbohydrates
Building blocks of proteins
Building bocks of nucleic acids
Contains C,H,O in a ratio of CH2O
The building blocks contain C,H,O, P,and N
Cellular cytoplasm is primarily composed of
Nitrates exist in which form normally?
Nitrates are used by which of the following?
Fish excrete nitrates in the form of what compound?
Which answer choice uses nitrates to stimulate growth?
Excess nitrates in the water do NOT cause which of the following?
Assuming that there is an excess of nitrates in a body of water and algae grow unchecked across the surface of the water, what is the major effect that this will have on the water?
What human actions cause nitrates to get into ground water?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of nitrates?
Generally, the presence of excess nitrates in water is harmful?
If a large amount of nitrates are present in a body of water, what color will the water usually be?
4/5 is equivalent to
Which shows an equivalent set of numbers?
35% is equivalent to which fraction?
.75 is equivalent to which fraction?
Which pair of fractions is equivalent?
In Mrs. K's room, 6/10 of the shelves are being used. This is equal to what percent?
Tovy used 3/5 of a cup of sugar for the cookies. This is equal to
The Atlantic Ocean covers 18% of the Earth. 18% is equal to
Jake spent 1/4 of his time playing. 1/4 is equivalent to
Mario left a 15% tip. Which number is NOT equal to 15%?
The layer of earth that is most dense and has the highest pressure is the:
Rocks are made from a mixture of ______________
Erosion, deposition, compaction and _____________ are the steps to form a sedimentary rock
Which of the following types of rock form from volcanic activity:
Metamorphic rock forms deep underground from ____________ and ____________
This type of rock usually forms in layers on the ocean floor:
Evidence that Alfred Wegener used to support continental drift was:
True or False: According to the rock cycle.. any type of rock can become any other type of rock
Layer of earth that is broken into moving plates:
Layer of molten material that tectonic plates float on......
Name a unicellular, microscopic organism that can live without the help og other cells.
Which is not a typical job of a cell?
Which statement best describes tissues and organs of multicellular organisms?
A leaf is a plant organ
some diseases and disorders may only affect one tissue but may cause the entire body to suffer
What is turgor pressure?
Cellular respiration is
The cellular respiration that occurs in mitochondria
Anaerobic cellular respiration
The reactant of aerobic cellular respiration and the reactant of anaerobic cellular respiration in that order:
A covalent bond is formed as the result of
Isotopes are the result of different numbers of
In chemical reactions, atoms are
A chemical formula would NOT indicate the
When hydrogen and oxygen combine to form water, hydrogen would be a(n)
Unstable isotopes that emit charged particles are known as
A mixture in which particles settle to the bottom is called a
In a neutral atom, the atomic number tells you the number of
Which of the following elements are most abundant in the human body?
What subatomic particle(s) are located in the nucleus
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Don't stay ___ too long!
Beck is not ___ Alabama.
A(n) ________________________ is all of the living and non living things in an area.
A(n) ________________ is a diagram that shows the amounts of energy that flows through each level of a food chain.
A(n) _________ is the role or job that an organism has in an ecosystem
__________________ can occur between the same species or different species.
_____________ is a long term relationship between two different species
_________ factors are living things in an ecosystem.
____________ factors are non living things in an ecosystem.
A(n) ____________ is an organism that makes its own food for energy.
A(n) ________ is a living thing that eats other organisms for energy.
A(n) _____________ is an organism that gets nutrients by eating waste or dead organisms.
Where is the greatest amount of energy on the energy pyramid?
What do decomposers make when they break down dead remains in the soil that can be used later by plants?
Which is an example of a symbiotic relationship?
What do organisms compete for in an environment?
How are competition and symbiosis different?
Something that is in or supplied by our natural environment is called _____.
What is the group of countries that control the oil prices called?
What is fresh water found under the ground called?
What is the renoval of salt from water?
What is to give out or make something available?
What is an area of land that receives very little rainfall?
What is the area between the Tigris and Euphrates River called?
What is an area with a large population of people in one place called?
What is another name for the city?
What is the area away from the city called?
Any of several threadlike bodies, consisting of chromatic, that carry the geners in a linear order
The dividing of a cell in repduction or growth.
The set of non-genetic traits, qualities, or features that characterize a person or thing (deoxyribonucleic acid)
A sudden departure from the parent type in one or more heritable characteristics
A distinguishing characteristic or quality
The inclusion of individuals representing more than one national origin, color, etc.
Of or relating to two different alleles that are fully expressed in a heterozygous individual
The use of DNA probe for the identification of an individual
A set of moral principles
The exchange of one thing for another of more or less equal value.
A german scientist who was recognized as the founder of modern genetics.
The upper repiratory tract includes all of the following except?
The nassal passages have what projecting from the surfaces of the epithelial cells?
The nasopharynx and oropharynx are seperated by the?
Another name for voice production is?
In respiratory system where does external resperation take place?
Blue blood is rich in oxygen.
Blue blood is rich in carbon dioxide.
The Pharynx opens ______ to the esophagus but _______ to the larynx.
The Nassal Passages have what type of epitheial cells?
What is an extension of the nasal cavity?
4x1=
4x2=
4x3=
4x4
4x5
4x6
4x7
4x8
4x9
4x10
____________ experiments provided the first evidence that atoms are made of smaller particles, called subatomic particles.
The __________ is a dense, positively charged mass located near the center of the atom.
A(n) __________ is the smallest subatomic particle, located outside of the nucleus.
_____________ are subatomic particles located inside of the nucleus with the same mass.
The atomic number of an atom is equal to the number of ________ in the atom.
The mass number of an atom is equal to the number of ____________ in the atom.
Atoms of different elements can never have the same number of __________ in the nucleus
Isotopes are atoms of the same element that have different number of ____________
The number of neutrons is equal to the ____________________
What scientist discovered electrons by completing experiments with electricity in empty tubes?
What experiment did Ernest Rutherford complete?
What did Ernest Rutherford discover in his experiment, and then add to the model of the atom?
Protons have a charge of
Neutrons have a charge of
Electrons have a charge of
What is mechanical weathering?
What is chemical weathering?
What is weathering?
What is erosion?
Who was an English Queen who gave Sir Walter Raleigh permission to start the first English Colony in the Americas?
What is ice wedging?
She gave him a _____, which is a document that permits colonists to settle on land claimed by their ruler.
What is Abrasion?
What is Pressure Release?
What was the region that England claimed, located far north of Florida, called?
Plant root growth
Which is NOT a reason the rate of weathering can be different?
What was the name of the first settlement located off the Atlantic Coast and was thought to be safe from passing ships?
What characteristic is noticeable when a chemical change has happened?
Who was the Englishman the Dutch hired to find a water route through North America to Asia? He came close.
What moves sediment across the Earth?
What was the name of the water route he was trying to find?
Which are of water was believed to be a good place to settle near because it had goodly woods, fishing, and hunting?
Unknown to the colonists, this land that they chose was the Native Americans home. The Native Americans called their home by this name
The colonists named their new settlement this name, after their king.
This leader of the settlement said...He that shall not work, shall not eat.
This is a share of ownership in a company.
Any ruler of the Pohatans was known by this name.
This man helped make the new colony survive by planting, harvesting, and sending tobacco to England for great profits.
Items grown that is sold for money is called this.
This form of government made laws for the colony. Its members were white men who owned land in the colony.
Europe's rich farmland is found in the:
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A pH of greater than 7 represents a(n)
Excess hydrogen ions are produced in solution by
The substance being dissolved in a solutions is known as the
The reaction between an acid and a base is called
If the pH of an acid solution and a basic solution were checked
Litmus paper turns red in
A substance has a pH of 5, what color would it be if bromothymol blue was added?
Which of the following describes acids?
Which of the following does NOT describe bases?
Substance A has a pH of 3 and Substance B has a pH of 1. Which substance is more acidic and how many times more acidic is that substance?
The control center of the cell is the
How does a bacterial cell differ from a plant or animal cell?
What is resolution?
If the eyepiece is 10 and the objective lens is 5, your total magnification is
What element do all organic compounds have?
Molecules moving from high to low concentration is
Molecules moving from low to high conentration (energy is required) is called
When water moves through a selectively permeable membrane it is called
The organelles inside a cell
The ability to reproduce results is an important part of any
How many valence elctrons does calcium have?
What is the oxidation number of Nobel Gases?
what is the answer to the problem Cu(II)Br-1?
Which is not an ionic compound?
Name this acid: Cl-?
What is the difference in Binary and Ternary compounds?
Which element has the highest electronegativity?
How are ionic and molecular bonds different?
Why are anions larger than cations?
What is the most stable amount of valence electrons listed?
I'm the tough outer covering on plant cells that protect the cell and give it shape.
Both types of cells have me, I regulate interactions with the cell and it's environment.
I am the gelatinlike substance where the chemical reactions occur.
I'm an energy processing organelle, with the pigment chlorophyll I help plants process sunlight for production of glucose
I am where the energy in food is stored until it is needed
I sort proteins and other substances then package them into structures called vesicles to be moved out of the cell.
I process and move materials around inside the cell, I can be rough or smooth.
I'm do the recycling for the cell, if there is waste or worn out cell parts the cell can depend on me to use my digestive chemicals.
We are very small, free floating or attaching ourselves to the ER. Our job is making proteins when the nucleus places his order.
I'm the boss, I direct all cell activities, I am where the genetic information is found and you can find the nucleoulus with me.
Substrates bind to an enzyme's active site.
Catalysts increase the rate of a reaction by increasing the net energy change of the reaction
A chemical reaction is the process where atoms or groups of atoms in substances are reorganized to diff. substances
Van der Waals forces are attractive forces between molecules
An ionic bond is formed when two atoms share electrons
All the elements in a period (across one period) on the periodic table have the same number of protons.
Elements are pure substances and cannot be broken down into other substance by physical or chemical means
When atoms share electrons the form covalent bonds
When a mixture changes color or heats up it proves that a physical reaction has happened
Polar molecules are those with an equal distribution of charges
What are the basic units of life are called?
The 5 characteristics of life are:
When an organism eats it is:
The process of changing from an egg to an adult is called:
A change in the environment that causes a response is called a:
Which of the following would be considered living:
Which of the following would be considered living:
Every living thing has at least one:
Scientists _____________ objects into the categories of living and non-living.
Scientists would say the 'Characteristics of Life' list is a _______________ list of information.
Which of the following is an observation?
What do we call an educated guess based on observations?
What are things in an experiment that are kept the same and never changed?
Which of the following is quantitative data?
What are things that change or could be changed in an experiment?
What is the first step of the scientific method?
Which of the following is an inference?
Journals, logs, and graphs are used for
What kind of variable is changed on purpose?
What type of observation contains verbal descriptions?
Which of the following correctly converts 0.23 kilograms (kg) into grams (g)?
Which of the following correctly converts 5 liters (L) to milliliters (mL)?
An object has a mass of 515 g and a volume of 5 mL. What is the density of this object?
A graduated cylinder contains 60mL of water. An object is dropped into the cylinder and the water rises to 80mL. The object has a mass of 320g. What is the density of the object?
Each side of a cube is 2 cm long. The cube has a mass of 1.6 grams. What is the density of the cube?
Vegetable Soup is an example of which of the following?
What is the volume of a book if it measures 25 cm long, 10 cm wide, and 2 cm thick?
Choose the pair of words that best complete the following sentence. A solution is made up of a(n) ___________ and a(n) _______________.
Sublimation occurs when the state of a substance changes directly from a _________ to a ____________.
Put the steps of the scientific method in order: 1)Collect Data for Analysis 2)Create a Hypothesis 3)Draw Conclusions 4)Design/perform Experiment 5)Define the Problem
Aluminum is used to make soft drink cans, foil, and wire. What is the smallest unit of aluminum that still maintains the characteristics of aluminum?
Chemical bonds that form by losing and gaining electrons are called which of the following?
When two or more elements combine by sharing electrons, what type of bond do they form?
Which of the following is the structure of an atom most like?
Which of these is not a part of the atom?
Which atomic particles will you find inside of the nucleus of an atom?
Which atomic particle has a negative charge?
If an element has an atomic number of 12, how many electrons does it have?
If an element has an atomic number of 30 and the atomic mass 0f 65. What is the name of the element?
If an element has an atomic number of 22 and the atomic mass is 48 how many neutrons does it have?
What pattern does many forms of energy travel in?
Which of these is not a part of the atom?
Which atomic particle has a neutral charge?
Which atomic particles will you find inside of the nucleus of an atom?
Which atomic particle has a negative charge?
How is energy created in the Sun?
What is the term for heat moving through a material or from one material to another?
The heat from the sun reaches us by?
A space heater produces warm air in a room. Heat in the room moves with the warm currents from warmer areas to cooler areas. This is an example of which type of thermal energy transfer?
Which form of energy MUST have a medium (something physical it can move through like a solid, liquid, or gas) in order to move?
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What is listed on the left side of a chemical equation?
What family will bond with Alkaline Earth Metals?
What is an ion?
How do atoms become positive ions?
How do atoms become negative ions?
Which member of the Halogen group is the most reactive?
Burning gasoline is a ___________________ change.
What is a chemical reaction?
What is evidence of a chemical reaction?
A quick way to show chemical reactions is called a ____________.
Where is a subscript placed in an equation?
How many valence electrons does Group 1 have?
How many valence electrons does Group 18 have?
What happens when an atom loses an electron?
Which is not one of the 3 main parts of an atom?
What are the two main regions of an atom?
How many valence electrons do the elements in group 13 have?
Why do atoms bond with each other?
How do elements in Group 17 bond?
What is an ionic bond?
Where does an element get its atomic number?
What is covalent bonding?
What is found in the nucleus of an atom?
What is the name of Group 14 on the Periodic Table?
Jan ___ not see out her window.
First Jake swam in the pond. ____ he went for a walk.
I have ___ fish.
I can see ___ water.
Don't sit down over ____.
I know ___ you are.
Jane will ____ yummy pizza.
Let's do this ____!
I have a ___ puppy to play with!
Jack can't ___ his new pencil yet.
____ you please pass the dressing?
Ben worked and ___ he played.
Match the number: 3
Do plants grow under ____?
___ are you?
Don't ___ that!
Don't do that ___!
Brad got a ___ pencil from the cup.
Jill can't ___ the patch.
Which dynasty started the philosphies, to help bring peace to China?
A character that stands for objects, such as a tree or mountain, is a
The upper class of China was called
Appointed officials who ran the government were
The proper way Chinese kings were to rule was called
A Chinese character that puts 2 characters together to express a thought, like love, is called a
A formal order that gives kings the right to rule is
The philosophy based on harsh laws and punishments was
The philosophy that believes in having harmony with nature and has the symbol Yin Yang is
The philosophy that believes in putting others first and having a sense of duty is
The dynasty that used bronze and oracle bones was
The philosophy that focused on relationships with others and letting anyone work in government is
The Huang He River, because of its destructive floods, was also called
If I am a child in Ancient China who respects my elders, then I
Who built the Great Wall?
Which dynasty created the Silk Road and created the civil service exams?
Emperor Qin Shihaungdi is known for all of these except which one?
Which dynasty was known for the Terra Cotta soldiers and was the shortest dynasty?
The civil service exam was all of the following except which one?
Oracle bones, ancestors, spirirs, and multiple deities all have what in common?
Timmy helped ___ his friends.
Jess will ___ you on her phone.
Dia found __ pen under the desk.
Pax didn't ___ to call his mom.
Walking ___ is good exercise.
I will help her ___ I help him.
Poppy sees ___ fish.
I LOVE going to that ____.
Flint went for a long ____.
I placed the cup over ____.
Pam picked up ___ her toys.
Pete wishes he could ___ his gran!
Belle keeps all ___ plants watered.
What do you ___ for Christmas?
Put the icing ___ the cake's edge.
Eat your cake ___ you eat your dinner!
Luke didn't get ___ pennies.
This is a beautiful ___ to live.
You must ___ before you can run
Do you think a pretty plant will ____?
What ____ we do now?
Ben and Tam must work _____.
Nanny likes to drink lots of ____.
Do you have ___ paper?
I could do it ___ I practiced.
She placed the bird ____ the nest.
That not is ___ Santa.
Bill walked ___ from the fight.
What should we do ___?
Which ___ did Ben walk?
Do you know ___ the sun comes up?
I hope to watch the plant ____ big and strong.
Tessa ___ help her sister.
Kell must leave right ___!
Plants need ___ to grow big and strong.
I don't want to sleep ___ more.
___ upon a time, there was a pretty kitten.
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Which of the following is NOT a type of waves found in the electromagnetic spectrum?
In the electromagnetic spectrum, __________ waves have the MOST energy and _________ waves have the LEAST energy?
Which of the following in NOT a form of thermal energy transfer?
Which of the following energy resources are NOT considered to be renewable?
Which energy source is primarily used in the United States?
What is the basic unit for length?
What number does the prefix kilo represent?
Arrange the following metric prefixes from largest to smallest: centi, deci, kilo, milli.
Which of the following correctly converts 0.23 kilograms (kg) into grams (g)?
A suitcase is 3 cm long, 5 centimeters wide, and 20 centimeters high. What is the volume of the suitcase?
The idea of representative government flourished in colonial America because the colonists would-
The Virginia Company established the House of Burgesses in 1619, which-
Which region was mainly involved in shipbuilding, forestry, and fishing?
Economic activity in the New England colonies relied heavily on trade in part because-
Which colony was founded in 1607 and was successful because of its fertile land, plentiful game, and abundant timber?
The London Company authorized the settlers of Virginia in 1619 to choose an assembly, the House of Burgesses. What form of government did this establish in the colonies?
A combination of physical isolation and the need to address unique problems led to-
The Virginia House of Burgesses and the Mayflower Compact are examples of-
A main reason that Virginia and Massachusetts developed different economic activities and settlement patterns was due to-
The reason that the Mayflower colonists signed the Mayflower Compact in 1620 was to-
An active virus
An latent virus plays what popular game?
The steps of a virus reproduction in sequential order
Viruses are classified by:
Common cold and the flu affect what part of the body
Doctor credited with developing first vaccine
Gene therapy works by
There are vaccines for the following diseases
The cell in which a virus reproduces is the
Edward Jenner made the first vaccine proteting people from what disease?
A letter format in which all lines begin at the left margin.
A letter format in which no punctuation follows the salutation or complimentary close.
The letter message which begins a DS below the salutation (or below the subject line, if any).
Contains the company name, address, and telephone number and is located at the top of the page before the dateline.
This is placed below the complimentary close and is the person who wrote the letter and their title.
This is placed a DS below the last line of the body.
This is placed a DS below the letter address. Example: "Dear Mr. Jones"
If the keyboard operator is not the writer of the message, this is placed in lowercase a DS below the writer's name and title.
This line identifies the topic of the letter. It is placed a DS below the salutation in ALL CAPS.
This is started a QS below the dateline. This is the mailing information (name and address) for the letter.
This is placed a DS below the reference initials if something other than the letter is to be included in the envelope.
When using this, type the letter c followed by a space and the recipient's name. It is placed a DS below the enclosure notation if one is included.
If the keyboard operator is not the writer of the message, this is typed in lowercase a DS below the writer's name and title.
In this format, all lines of a letter will begin at the left margin.
To call the letter to the attention of a specific person, department, or job title. This may be included as the first line of the letter address.
This line identifies the topic of the letter and is placed a DS below the salutation in ALL CAPS.
When this is used, no punctuation follows the salutation or the complimentary close.
This identifies who the letter is being mailed to and their address. It is placed a QS below the dateline.
This is placed a DS below the letter address. Example: "Dear Mrs. McNeil"
This is placed a QS below the complimentary close. It identifies who wrote the letter.
A cell's shape can telly you something about the job the cell does.
The cell theory is the result of the work of one person.
Plants and animals are both made of cells.
Part of the cell theory states that all cells come from cells that already exist.
All cells are very small
Having vaccines can prevent rabies, measles, mumps and other diseases.
The only time the cell theory was relevant was the 1800's
Groups of similar cells that do the same type of work are:
A group of organs working together and performing a certain function is called:
I am usually the largest organelle in a cell.
What is the Oxidation # of Bromine
Simplify Formula: Mg+2S-2
Which is an ionic compound
Which is a Binary compound
What is the trend for elcetronegativity?
which is a covalent bonds
Omit
Omit
Omit
Omit
What is the oxidation number of Sr?
How many valence electrons do all noble gases have?
What would be the name of P3Cl4?
Which of the following would be binary?
Which of the following is an covalent compound?
What is the trend for electronegativity across a period?
Why does electronegativity increases across the period?
Which of the following has a higher melting point?
Which of the following are ternary?
Which of the following is an ionic compound?
He stated that all animals are made up of cells
He stated that all cells divide to make new cells, they only can come from living cells
He saw cork under the microscope and named the little boxes cells
He made a simple microscope and was able to magnify things up to 270 times
He stated that all plants are made up of cells
Spaces in the membrane that are used for temporary storage in cells
the area where the energy in food is stored until it is released
flattened membranes that package cellular substances
the organelles that contain the digestive chemicals for getting rid of damaged parts
The organelle that directs all the activities of the cell
Keeps the Earth at a suitable temperature for living.
The rise in Earth's temperature over time is...
Heating the Earth through direct rays is called...
Heating the Earth by direct contact is called...
heating the Earth by circulating heat through the atmosphere.
the gas responsible for the greenhouse effect and global warming.
this is an example of radiation.
This is NOT a way to stop global warming.
Warm air will...
This is an example of convection.
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What was a major incentive in the settling of the West?
As American settlers moved west in search of land, many Native American nations
Many land agreements between Native Americans and settlers fell apart because of different ideas about
The United States government encouraged attempts to
The Massacre at Wounded Knee resulted in the death of
An “Indian rights” movement grew out of outrage over
Many white reformers believed that Native Americans should
In 1889, Congress responded to pressure from squatters and other would-be settlers by opening up
How did new technology help farmers on the Great Plains?
What was a negative impact of “bonanza” farms?
What created the mining boom that started with the California Gold Rush?
Which of the following contributed to the cattle ranching boom?
What was one of the most difficult tasks that homesteaders faced?
Farmers favored inflation because it would
Bankers supported deflation because this policy would
In the 1880s, American Presidents most often protected the interests of
Reforms pushed by the Populists included
What is the first step in the INFER Strategy?
What is the last step in the INFER Strategy
What are the 2 types of questions we look for in the INFER Strategy?
What is the 2nd. step in the INFER Strategy?
What are KEY word when determining a Predicting question?
What is a Factual Question?
What is the 3rd. step in the INFER Strategy?
What is the name of the current strategy we are studying?
What is the 4th. step in the INFER Strategy
Why do we read?
Light is __________.
Which of these is a natural light source?
Which is NOT true about how light moves?
Light rays refract in a glass of water because__________.
How does light behave when it hits an opaque surface?
What affects the shadow an object will make?
We see color because _________.
Which is true about the human eye?
Which of the following is true?
Why do radiologists use X-rays instead of visible light to see inside our bodies?
Scarcity of resources forces people to do what?
Goods and services are produced in better quality, quantity, and speed when they focus on producing few items is what?
What is an example of interdependence?
Why do countries trade?
All of the following are advantages of trade EXCEPT:
All of the following are disadvantages of trade EXCEPT:
What are two determinants of price?
Identify the definition of demand.
Which of the following is NOT an example of how property creates incentives?
Identify which of the following is a United States programs that helps redistribute income.
What was created during the Great Depression that was intended to help workers?
What happens when property rights are not clearly defined?
Identify the difference between being an inventor and an entrepreneur.
Which of the following is the definition of entrepreneurial opportunity?
In the documentary on Steve Jobs, which company or invention did he NOT work on or with?
Identify an example of a short-term goal.
What does it mean to be financially responsible?
Why is it important to create and live on a budget?
Haleigh plans on adopting a baby from Uganda after she becomes a doctor. What type of goal is this?
Why is it important to have good credit?
6 + 3=
-5 + -4
4 + -3
2 + -6=
-5 + 2=
Which of the following combine to equal zero.
Which of the following shows the inverse property of addition?
Which of the following shows the additive identity property?
Which of the following shows the decomposition of a decimal?
Kevin made $80. He spent $12.50 then he spent another $2.25. How much does he have left?
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How many bonds form when hydrogen bonds to oxygen?
What family of elements is likely to bond with Group 1 (Alkali Metals)?
What is the common name for two atoms of hydrogen bonded to one atom of oxygen?
The mass before a chemical reaction ______________ the mass after a chemical reaction.
What is another term for mass being conserved?
What makes an observation quantitative?
Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.
What does the Principle of Conservation men?
What group is likely to bond with the Alkaline Earth Metals?
Ionic bonding involves a ____________ and a _________________.
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What is the turning point for Oedipus?
What is the main conflict in part one of Oedipus?
"I will never come near my parents" is ironic because Oedipus
How is the Messenger's ignorance an example of dramatic irony?
What is Jocasta's motive for discouraging Oedipus from speaking to the Herdsman?
What is one reason Oedipus gives for accusing Teiresias of not being a prophet?
Jocasta's faith in Oedipus' innocence primarily stems from her
Oedipus learns his identity after he has
Oedipus blinds himself as a direct result of
How is Oedipus like Teiresias at the end of the play?
2 + 4 =
4 + 5 =
___ = 10 + 3
Mark the doubles fact.
6 + 2 + 4 = ___
5 + 3 + 8 =
4 + 5 + 8 =
7 + 5 + 2 =
Use the table on the board to solve. How many cows are on all three farms?
Mark the doubles fact.
Which represents a formula for a chemical compound?
Which is the negatively charged particle located outside the nucleus of an atom?
which particle in the nucleus of an atom has a neutral charge?
If an atom has 7 electrons, how many are located in the second energy level?
One isotope of carbon is different from another how?
Which is an example of a chemical reaction?
What is the reactant when paper burns?
What is the product when an iron nail rusts?
How does an enzyme influence a biological reaction?
Amino acids are the building blocks of which macromolecule?
15 - 9 =
11 - 3 =
___ = 16 - 8
Mark the related doubles fact. 14 - 7 = ____
Mark the related doubles fact. 6 - 3 = ____
Mark the related addition fact. 11 - 6 = ____
Mark the related addition fact. ___ = 9 - 3
Mark the related addition fact. ____ = 15 - 8
Mark the related addition fact. 13 - 7 = ____
Mark the related doubles fact. ____ = 6 - 5
What type of macromolecule stores an organism's genetic information?
The best example of a solution is:
The property that is responsible for the fact that water and oil do not mix is:
Two substances combine producing heat is evidence that a chemical reaction happened.
Elements are pure substances made up of only one kind of:
What increases the rate of a reaction by lowering the activation energy?
The bond due to the electrostatic attraction between adjacent water molecules is called:
A neutral atom contains 18 protons, how many electrons does it contain?
What type of chemical reaction takes place when heat is released into the environment?
Elements in Group 1 in the periodic table of the elements have how many outer electrons?
Mark the missing number. 11 - ____ = 7
Mark the missing number. 5 + ____ = 12
Mark the missing number. ____ + 4 = 7
Mark the missing number. 15 - ____ = 6
Mark the missing number. 8 + 1 + ____= 11
Use the table on the board to solve. How many sheep are on all three farms?
___ = 11 + 2
16 - 0 =
9 - 9 = ___
____ = 6 + 6 + 1
Surgery is an acceptable first-line approach to obesity.
Two factors which affect Basal Metabolic Rate are?
What is the relationship between the calories you take in and the calories you expend called?
When measuring portion sizes, which of the following represents a 1/2 cup?
Watching television is the leading form of sedentary entertainment?
Which of the following DO NOT play a role in overweight and obesity?
What does BMI stand for?
What is the Body Fat Percentage for an average female?
Overweight is defined as body weight that exceeds teh recommended guidelines for good health.
The measure of your weight relative to your height is called?
The quantity below the line in a fraction;it represents the number of equal parts into which a whole is divided.
Their is not a whole number consists of a numerator and a denominator
A statement in which two mathematical expressions are equal
Figures that have the same shape and may or may not have the same size
A ratio comparing two numbers with different units
A comparison of two numbers measured in the same units; often represented as a fraction
A number that is given percent of another number
An equation showing that two ratio are equal
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This biome has a wet and cool climate
This biome is cold, dry, and has many conifer trees
Indiana is in this biome, and it has trees that lose their leaves in the winter
This biome has the most species of plants and has lots of precipitation
This biome has few trees and many grasses
In this biome, animals adapt by growing long fur to protect themselves from cold weather
This biome has hot days and cool nights
In this biome, plants grow long roots close to the surface to collect needed water
This biome has frozen soil most of the year
This Biome is found in the Artic Region
Which of the following are considered to be limiting factors
The number of species that can survive in one area is called its
If a population increases more than the carrying capacity what will happen
Plants and animals ofter compete for which of the following
Symbiosis is
What is a parasite
Which of these is an example of a parasite
Which is a host?
Plants often compete for
Which would be found on the lowest level of the food chain
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During the 1930s, the United States focused largely on
Congress passed Neutrality Acts that were designed to
A group of isolationists that included aviator Charles Lindbergh formed the
Which militant Japanese general became prime minister in October of 1941?
All of the following events led up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor except
What is the shape of DNA?
A string of nucleotides with the instructions for a trait is called a ________________________.
DNA must ________________________ before a cell divides.
A nucleotide is made up of what three things?
Forensic scientists can solve crimes using a person's ________________________.
Changes in a base of DNA are _____________________.
DNA is made up of subunits called ______________________________________.
DNA is wound up into structures called ___________________.
The amount of cytosine always equals the amount of __________________ in a DNA sequence.
If 60% of a DNA sample is thymine, then there will be 60% _________________.
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) was organized by
The SCLC shifted the focus of the civil rights movement from
Martin Luther King, Jr., influenced by Gandhi, believed in
For participants, the form of protest known as the sit-in often led to
The Freedom Rides were organized to test
After Freedom Riders were violently attacked in Alabama, they
James Meredith advanced the cause of civil rights when he
The person who wrote the famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail” was
The success at Birmingham proved the effectiveness of
Treatment of demonstrators by the Birmingham police
The brutality against African Americans in Birmingham prompted Kennedy to
The highlight of the March on Washington was
Freedom Summer and the Selma March both called attention to African Americans’ lack of
Unlike the early civil rights leaders, Malcolm X believed strongly that
Under the leadership of Stokely Carmichael, SNCC became
The Black Panthers wanted African Americans to
Which of the following leaders were assassinated in 1968?
All of the following resulted from the civil rights movement except
To achieve victory in the struggle for civil rights, Martin Luther King, Jr., and other members of the SCLC encouraged a policy of
SNCC was formed to enable students to
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