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P waves are the fastest seismic waves, they travel through solids, liquids and gases.
S waves are the second fastest seismic waves and travel only through solids
The crust is divided into two parts, country and ocean.
Electric currents formed from the molten iron in the outer core is believed to create the earth's magnetic field
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Which of the following is NOT done by the stage manager?
Dramaturg assists with all of the following except
Which of the following is NOT done by a director?
What is the Magic IF?
The movement and positioning of actors on the stage is called
Which of the following does not refer to Emotional Recall?
Sense Memory is NOT
How does an agent make his money?
What’s the name of the stage actors’ union?
Which is the Film Actor’s Union?
Which of the following is NOT one of the four areas of theatre design?
Resilient
Restrained
Reverence
Sagacious
Scrutinize
Spontaneity
Spurious
Submissive
Substantiate
Subtle
Which character lives alone in the barn?
Crooks more than likely tells Lennie that George isn't coming back because...
While Crooks thinks that the idea of the future ranch is crazy, when he realizes that they have the money, what does he decide?
Curley's wife says 'they left all the weak ones here.' According to the social hierarchy on the ranch, who is the weakest one?
Crooks says, 'You guys comin' in and settin' made me forget. What she says is true.' What does this mean?
At the beginning of chapter 5, what are the ranch hands doing?
Why is Lennie in the barn at the beginning of chapter 5?
Curley's wife comes in and talks to Lennie because she is ________.
What was Curley's wife's dream?
What does Curley's wife say about Curley?
When Lennie kills Curley's wife, he has a hold of her...
Who is the first to discover Curley's wife's body after Lennie flees?
Who stays behind with Curley's wife's body?
The guys believe that Lennie has ______.
It is evident at the end of chapter 5 that this character wants to kill Lennie.
Where does chapter 6 take place?
Lennie has hallucinations of what?
Prior to killing Lennie, what does George tell him about?
Who kills Lennie?
Which of the following characters understands what George did?
Lennie was this when he was smiling and thinking about the farm they would buy. He had no idea Curley was angry.
Curley's wife did this when Lennie grabbed her and picked her up. She was wiggling and squirming under his force.
Curley's wife did this to the weak ones who were left in the barn. She made fun of them for thinking they could ever buy land and leave the ranch.
Candy was this after he let Carlson shoot his dog, and he cried in his bunk.
Lennie was feeling this after he killed the puppy and the girl; he felt ashamed and worthless.
The students wanted to ____ the teacher when she gave them an essay over winter break.
The mother ___ the crying child by hugging him.
The man was ___ with the beautiful woman. It was easier to keep his distance than to be rejected.
The mother was ___________ with the child after she told him for the 5th time to clean his room. She had no patience left and was angry.
extreme pain or displeasure
to show displeasure
foreshowing evil
to put to death without legal sanction
to cause to become lost in thought
at a distance
anger due to something unjust
feeling shame or humiliation
to twist in pain
uniform or unwavering
the act of comforting someone
This means to push away.
What is the boiling point of water in fahrenheit?
What is the freezing point of water in fahrenheit?
What is the freezing point of water in celsius?
What is the freezing point of water in celsius?
If 2 south poles of a magnet are next to each other they will-
Which of the following is less dense than water?
Which of the following is not a physical property of a large black bowling ball?
These eat meat-
Herbivores eat -
A bear is an omnivore because he eats-
Which of the following is a decomposer?
Which of the following is not a gas?
This tool breaks light into the colors of the spectrum. (makes a rainbow)
A pan balance is used to collect and analyze information about objects. It helps you do which of the following?
Which tool could you use to collect information about the weight of an object?
You fill up a beaker. What type of information can you collect from the beaker?
Which of the following is not an opinion?
Which has more energy?
Adding heat to a liquid causes it to -
____ escuela
_____ pupitre
_____ lápices
_____ mochilas
_____ cartel
_____ bolígrafo
_____ grapadoras
_____ borrador
______ mapas
______ sillas
How would you change ¨el borrador¨ so that you are speaking about more than 1?
How would you change ¨el sacapuntas¨ so that you are speaking about more than 1?
How would you change ¨el lápiz¨ so that you are speaking about more than 1?
How would you change ¨la ventana¨ so that you are speaking about more than 1?
How would you change ¨la hoja de papel¨so that you are speaking about more than 1?
How would you change ¨el cartel¨so that you are speaking about more than 1?
How would you change ¨el reloj¨so that you are speaking about more than 1?
How would you change ¨la pizarra¨so that you are speaking about more than 1?
How would you change ¨el profesor¨so that you are speaking about more than 1?
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What would you ask? Marco Polo
Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice: The Dark Rival
Captain Underpants and the Bionic Boy
American Explorers in Space
How the Statue of Liberty was Built
Series of Unfortunate Events: The Reptile Room
Young Christopher Columbus
How a Law is Made
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
Biography of Daniel Boone
The central portion of the earth is:
The layer of the upper mantle composed of low density rock material that is semiplastic, like putty is the:
The outermost, rigid layer of the earth composed of the stiff upper layer of the mantle and the crust is the:
The boundary between the mantle and the crust is:
The crust on which the continents rest:
The crust on which the oceans rest:
The thin, hard outer layer of the earth
Which layer of the earth has the greatest variety of features?
What are the layers of the earth in order from surface to center?
The temperature of the earth's inner core is about:
Diffusion is a type of active transport
Animals are the only organisms that undergo respiration
There is no energy used with passive transport
Chlorophyll is used to produce glucose in animals
Oxygen is released as a result of photosynthesis
Glucose is broken down in the process of respiration
Which is not a producer:
What is always found in organic compounds:
Which is not part of an atom:
A substance that is too large can enter a cell through the process called:
Specialized structures that carry out specific cell functions:
One of the fundamental ideas of modern biology, includes 3 parts:
Contains the cells genetic material in the form of DNA
Cells without a nucleus or other membrane-bound organelles
special boundary that helps control what enters and leaves the cell
contains a nucleus and other organelles that are bound by membranes
The orderly structure of cells in an organism
An atom or group of atoms with a positive or negative electric charge
Where two layers of phospholipids are arranged tail to tail
A plasma membrane with components constantly in motion
What is the Circulatory System also known as?
How many chambers does your heart have?
Your heart is an _______ ___________ organ.
Your circulatory system contains all but...
Your heart pumps blood in two phases. What are they?
When you exercise, your heart rate:
The top chambers of your heart are called:
Your heart is seperated into two sides. The tissue that seperates is called:
Oxygen is exchanged in the...
A group of heart cells that send out signals to make the heart contract is called
An example(s) of how the British tried to stimulate colonial economies is
The Revolutionary War started with
John Adams estimated that colonists were divided in their attitudes toward the Revolutionary War
The French and Indian War resulted in
This was a cause of the French Indian War
A result of the Townsend Acts was
Because of the Battle of Saratoga
People formed governments Locke believed to
The Battles of Trenton and Princeton were important because they
A conference of colonial leaders gathered in Albany, New York, in 1754 to
Which hemisphere is the United States located in?
How many continents are in the world?
What continent is the United States in?
What ocean is located to the east of the U.S.?
What gulf is located south of the United States?
______ is an exact location of a place.
What ocean is to the west of the United States?
What country is to the North of the United States?
What country is to the South of the United States?
A ______ _______ is an imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Western and Eastern Hemispheres.
My students send silly signals while snoring in science. This is an
This is found in the back of the book and tells what page important words are located.
Words near a picture that describe that picture are called
Stories that are true and written about real life events are called
A graphic that shows events listed in order on a line
When you make a guess using the clues that the author gives you, you are
When you try to figure out what is going to happen next, you are
Something that someone feels is true even though it may not be is their
Information that you find in each paragraph that helps you discover the main idea/claim are
Putting all of the important details together and discover what the article was about.
The three types of authors purpose are
When the author writes to try to get you to change your mind about something
When a writer gets your attention through suspense, mystery, adventure and humor.
When the writer wants you to know facts about a certain topic
My sixth graders are so smart, that they would beat a dictionary in a vocabulary contest.
Found at the beginning of a book, tells you where certain chapters are located.
The dog is like a sprinkler watering the grass.
When non-human things try to act like they are humans
An extreme exaggeration used in writing
Mr. Jackson is a monkey trying to dance for a banana.
Text that helps you to do something such as cookbooks and directions is called
Words in a sentence that have the same beginning sounds is called an
A comparison not like or as
The eagle screamed through the clouds trying to warn its babies.
A word that sounds like a noise is called
In the back of the book, tells the definition of some of the important words that you read.
Text that tells you facts about topics that you want to know, such as a textbook is
Information that really happened are
A comparison of two things using like or as
SCREEEECH!! I can't believe you ran over my foot with the car.
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This means rule by a small group and describes the system of government employed by Ancient Sparta.
He was a Classical Greek philosopher, who, together with his teacher, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy.
He was a Classical Greek philosopher, and he strongly influenced his student Plato, as well as Aristotle, whom Plato taught.
He was a Greek philosopher, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great.
This is a system of government in which the people participate directly in making all public policy.
This war was fought amongst the ancient Greek city-states from 431 to 404 BC. It pitted two alliances against each other, one led by Athens and the other by Sparta. The most important ancient source of information on the subject was written by Thucyd
He was a prominent and influential statesman, orator, and general of Athens during the city's Golden Age, which was the time between the Persian and Peloponnesian wars. Thucydides, his contemporary historian, acclaimed him as the first citizen of Ath
This was a series of conflicts between several Greek city-states and the Persian Empire. They started in 499 BC and lasted until 448 BC. There were two invasions of the Greek mainland, one in 490 BC (under Darius) and another in 480 BC (under Xerxes)
dos o más tejidos que trabajan juntos para hacer una función especifica
contiene el ADN y sirve como centro de control de la célula
un ser vivo que puede sobrevivir independientemente
Este organelo sirve para almacenar agua y otros líquidos.
actúa como barrera que controla la entrada y salida de partículas
un organelo que solamente se encuentra en las células vegetales
proceso por el cual las plantas capturan la energía de la luz del Sol y la convierten en azúcar
En las celulas vegetales, el lugar donde la fotosíntesis ocurre
comunidad de organismos y su medio ambiente sin vida
el fluido que rodea los organelos dentro de una célula
¿Cuál científico descubrió las células?
¿Cuál de las siguientes frases NO es parte de la teoría celular?
_____ son “órganos pequeños”. Son estructuras internas de una célula que realizan funciones específicas.
Su invención dio origen al estudio de las células.
Los organismos con cloroplastos son
¿Cuál es una diferencia principal entre las células procariotas y las células eucariotas?
¿Qué secuencia representa los niveles correctos de organización para los organismos multicelulares?
The Greeks lived on a rocky, mountainous peninsula surrounded by water and smaller peninsulas.
People settled in the flat areas along the coast and in river valleys.
On the south of Greece was the Tigris Sea, to the west was the Nile Sea, and to the east was the Atlantic Sea.
Because mountains cover most of Greece, many small valleys and coastal plains provided flat areas for farming and villages.
Greeks lived in villages and towns separated by wars and diseases that made inland travel difficult.
Because of Greece’s rocky, mountainous geography, communities were isolated from each other and began to create their own farms and shelters.
Difficult inland travel caused the Greeks to become skilled mathemiticians and scientists in order to use the seas as a source of food and as a way of trading with other communities.
The first people to speak the Greek language, the Mycenaeans, built fortresses all over the Greek mainland.
After the Mycenaean civilization crumbled (Dark Age), the Greeks joined together in small groups for protection and stability.
Greece’s rocky, mountainous geography spurred the creation of many separate city-states (governments).
The two most important city-states were Sumer and Babylon
Sometimes city-states joined alliances such as the Delian League for protection
A is a polis is a city-state that governs the world .
Each polis had its own laws, government, and money, but shared the same language and religion
The upper part of the city-state was the acropolis (high hill), which housed the local hero.
The melting point of a solid is 24.9 degrees Celsius. As heat is added to melt the solid, what happens to the particles?
An example of a property of matter that can be observed without changing the identity of the matter is
Which property applies to matter that consists of particles vibrating in place?
What happens to matter as its temperature increases?
An ice cube is placed into a heated pan. What will most likely happen to the molecules in the ice as the ice is heated?
Which characteristic of aluminum allows it to be made into aluminum foil?
How is plasma different from gas?
Anything that has mass and takes up space is an example of
How is density calculated?
Which statement correctly identifies what happens when two substances chemically react with one another?
Which statement most accurately describes the relationship between temperature and states of matter?
Which statement best explains the origins of the term atom?
How is a chemical change different from a physical change?
What happens to a substance when there is a physical change?
During a science experiment, a group of students dropped a sugar cube into a cup of boiling water. Within seconds, they noticed that the sugar cube had disappeared. What can be inferred from this?
How does sound usually travel?
Which best explains the relationship between the speed of sound and the medium through which it passes?
How are electromagnetic waves different from other waves?
Which best explains the relationship between the electromagnetic spectrum and light?
Which statement correctly describes how a sound wave travels through air?
Which is composed of matter?
Which is true when comparing two pure iron magnets?
How are the atoms in an object affected when the temperature of the object increases?
In which situation would the atoms of an object begin to move closer together during a phase change?
Which statement accuractely compares the melting point of 50 grams of an element to 100 grams of the same element?
How does 250 ml of water compare to 500 ml?
How does the density of a 4-g sample of copper compare to that of a 12-g sample of copper?
Which is true of every atom of an element?
A student has two pieces of aluminum foil. Each piece can be folded and rolled into a wire. Why do both pieces of aluminum foil behave the same way?
In what way are atoms of oxygen most different from atoms of nitrogen?
Joan read a newspaper article about a new and improved product coming on the market next week. This is an example of which type of consumer information source?
John needed to purchase a soda as quick as possible. Which type of store would be the quickest to purchase a soda?
Mary will be opening her own camera store soon. She is trying to figure out which types of cameras to sell. Where is she in the consumer decision-making process?
Brad refuses to eat a new product because of a warning from the United States Department of Agriculture. This is an example of which type of consumer information source?
Ken reviews the nutritional content on the product label to avoid saturated fat. This is an example of which type of consumer information source?
Soho sells its shoes directly to the consumer through its own stores at discounted prices. This is an example of which type of store?
Mary decided to order more Casio, Epson, Nikon, and Sony cameras for her store. These cameras have received the best reviews from her customers. Where is she in the consumer decision- making process?
Mary checks the label on all products she buys for warnings. This is an example of which type of consumer information source?
Dr. Scholl’s provides a variety of products for the feet. It promotes its product to people who want to make their feet more comfortable. Which step of the marketing strategy has it performed?
Office Depot sells office supplies and copying services. It promotes its supplies and services to customers that operate a home office or a business office. Which step of the marketing strategy has it performed?
Mary plans to order 300 cameras for her store inventory. Where is she in the consumer decision- making process?
Mary has reviewed several camera dealers’ websites, talked with other camera store operators, and surveyed potential customers about cameras. Where is she in the consumer decision-making process?
Mary is debating about which four of the following cameras to purchase: Canon, Casio, Epson, Konica Minolta, Nikon, Panasonic, and Sony cameras. These cameras have better performance records. Where is she in the consumer decision-making process?
A travel agency usually offers vacation packages starting at $399. The manager has determined that its operating expenses have increased; therefore, it will increase its markup by 45%. What will the new starting price for a vacation packages?
DMS has opened many warehouses throughout the city. This has especially increased convenience for its business customers. This is an example of which marketing function?
Carnival Cruise Lines now offers 20 ounce bottles of water instead of the 12 ounce bottles it previously sold. This is an example of which marketing function?
Which is an example of direct channel of distribution?
Dunkin’ Donuts offers a free donut to customers that complete an on-line survey. The feedback will help with the future product options. This is an example of which marketing function?
New York Fashions Clothing Company surveys customers to find out which zip codes most of their customers reside. The results will help with the company's relocation plans. This is an example of which marketing function?
Lowes Home Improvement provides credit lines to other businesses in order to meet its organizational goals. This is an example of which marketing function?
You have been tasked to set up an authentication server on a DMZ that will allow only users from a partner company. What kind of network are you configuring?
You are in charge of setting up a VPN that allows connections on inbound port 1723. What tunneling protocol are you going to use?
Proseware, Inc., wants you to set up a VPN server. What service in Windows Server 2008 should you use?
The IT director has asked you to install a firewall. Which of the following is not a type of firewall?
You suspect an issue with one of the ports on the firewall. You decide to scan the ports. Which of the following is the appropriate tool to use?
Your client wants a server that can cache web pages in order to increase the speed of commonly accessed Web sites. What type of server does the client require?
The customer you are working for wants a device that can detect network anomalies and report them to an administrator. What type of device is the customer looking for?
Your boss asks you to set up an area that is not on the LAN but not quite on the Internet. This area will house servers that will serve requests to users who are connecting to your intranet. What type of zone does your boss want you to set up?
You have been asked by a client to install a VPN server that can offer unencrypted tunnels by default, or encrypted tunnels by using IPSec. Which of the following services should you choose in order to accomplish this?
You have set up a default VPN in Windows Server 2008. However, your boss is not happy with the level of security. She would rather have L2TP combined with IPsec. What tunneling protocol is running currently on the server?
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Which organelle controls cell activity
Which organelle releases energy from food?
What is the liquid found in all cells?
Who was the first person to discover and name cells?
One part that plant cells have, but animal cells do not have, is:
In which organelle of a plant cell does the plant make its food?
The organelle that assembles amino acids and proteins is the
What are all living things made of?
The thin layer that surrounds the cell and holds the cell together is the:
The smallest living part of an organism is
When you picture things in your mind after you read
Who/What, did what, and how? Asking these questions will help you find the
The type of genre a book is where there is aliens in outer space and it takes place in the future.
When you read a story and then shorten it into your own words you are
When you find what is the same and what is different between things you are
Smart Readers
An inference is when you
When you give a claim you should always have
A story writtne by someone about themselves is
A story written by someone about someone else is
Most sedimentary rocks are composed of
Sedimentary rocks form from
Fragmental rocks are made up of
Two types of sedimentary rocks that do not fit the scheme are
What rock are formed mainly from the remains of living things
Some sedimentary rocks form as a direct result of
I have a crystalline structure with a varied grain size and halite in composition
I have a fragmental texture and a 0.2 to 0.0006cm grain size. I have a fine to coarse grain size.
I have a crystalline structure that varies in grain size and am made up of dolomite.
I have a clastic texture with less than 0.0004cm. I am compact.
Which is an example of competition?
Which is NOT an abiotic factor?
Which is NOT a biotic factor?
A relationship where one species benefits and the other is neither harmed nor helped is called?
Which is an example of parasitism?
Ants and acacia trees have a mutualistic relationship because
Which of these are least likely to belong to the same species?
Which is an example of an adaptation?
Which is an exmple of coevolution?
Select the correct order from the choices below
Species interact with each other in five major ways - predation, competition, parasitism, mutualism, and commensalism.
Evolution is a type of evolution by natural selection in which 2 or more species evolve in response to each other.
Examples of biotic facotrs are sunlight , temperture, and water.
Charles Darwin proposed that organisms become well suited to their environment through evolution by natural selection.
One major point of Darwin's theory is that all organisms have the ability to produce more offspring that can possibly survive,
A howler monkey's niche is a rain forest.
Mutualism is a relationship in which one species benefits and the other is neither harmed nor helped.
Natural selection describes the unequal survival and reproduction that results from the presence or absence of a particular trait.
A population is a group of individuals of the same species living in a particular place.
An ecosystem includes all the different organisms living in a certain area, without their physical environment.
A __________________ is a group of organisms that are able to reproduce together and that resemble each other in appearance, behavior, and internal structure.
___________________ is the relationship between a parasite and its host.
A group of individuals of the same species living in a particular place is called a __________.
An _______________ consists of all living organisms in a certain area as well as their physical environment.
An organism's _____________________ is where the animal lives.
An organism's ___________________ is its way of life.
A _________________ is a group of interacting populations of different species.
A change in the genetic characteristics of a population from one generation to the next is called__________.
____________________ are the living parts of an ecosystem.
_____________________ are the nonliving parts of an ecosystem.
The passing of traits from parents to offsping is ___.
If you cross a white flower (with a genotype of pp) with a purple flower (with a genotype PP), the possible genotypes of the offspring are ___.
Probability is ___.
Two forms of the same gene are known as ___.
If you cross two rabbits that have the genotype Bb, how many possible genotypes can be found in the offspring?
If a purple flower with the genotype Pp (P=purple; p=white) self-pollinations, the ratio of purple offspring to white offspring would be ___
A self pollinating plant has ___.
When a true-breeding plant self-pollinates, ___.
The set of instructions for each characteristic donated by the parent to the offspring is called ___.
The organism's appearance is known as its ___.
These may be dominant or recessive
The ___, the expression of a trait, is determined by the ___, the combinations of alleles.
Different versions of the same genes are called ___.
A ___ plant can pollinate its own eggs.
A ___ plant will always produce offspring with the same trait as the parent.
The physical expression of an organism's genes is its ___.
Each parent donates a set of instructions, known as ___, to its offspring.
When Mendel performed genetic crosses, the traits that seemed to vanish were ___.
A ___ plant must contain both male and female reproductive structures.
The mathematical chance that an event will occur is called ___.
husband
boyfriend
father
grandson
son
uncle
stepbrother
half brother
male cousin
grandfather
sister
aunt
daughter
granddaughter
wife
stepsister
dog
grandmother
girlfriend
female cousin
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What happens when 2 like charges come near each other?
What happens when 2 unlike charges come near each other?
Which of the following is an example of static charges that build up through contact?
In a circuit, a switch
When the heater stopped working in a hair dryer, the fan stopped working, too. Which statement is true?
In a circuit, a conductor
The part of the circuit that converts electrical energy into another form of energy is the
The part of the circuit that provides the electrical energy to the circuit is the
What evidence proves that a circuit is closed?
What happens to the brightness of the bulbs when more bulbs are added to a series circuit?
What happens to the brightness of the bulbs when more voltage sources are added?
Copper, steel, aluminum and nickel are all examples of
Cotton, wood, air and rubber are all examples of
You walk past a string of small lights around a window frame. Only 2 of the bulbs are burned out. Is this a series or parallel circuit?
What type of circuit only has 1 path or branch for the electrical current to flow to?
What is an advantage of a series circuit?
I like to hear old Uncle Al ''reminisce'' because...
Which of these would be a way to ''distract'' someone?
Which of the following is an example of ''immaturity?''
Which word goes with ''rivulet?''
The jury foreperson read the verdict in an ''emphatic'' voice because...
Which word goes with ''gnarly?''
Which of the following involves ''turbulence?''
Which group shows ''confidence?''
Which situation is an example of an ''ambush?''
Which of the following is an example of ''activate?''
Which word goes with ''precipice?''
We are going to have a TV ''technician'' come to our house because...
Which of the following is most likely to ''trigger'' an allergy?
Which situation shoes ''aggression?''
Which word goes with ''cascade?''
I am very ''conscientious'' when I do my chores because...
Employers used all of the following in their attempts to crush labor strike EXCEPT
What was an important consequence of the Haymarket Riot?
What was the primary goal of the ALF?
“Where trade unions are most firmly organized, there are the rights of the people most respected.” Who said this?
Why did government leaders generally sympathize with business owners against labor in the late 19th century?
The nation’s first major labor strike in 1877 that began a series of violent labor strikes was started by
The “new immigrants” who arrived in the late 19th century were resented by “Native” Americans for all of thefollowing reasons EXCEPT:
During the late 1800s, children often worked in factories because
What was a consequence of the rapid growth of cities in the late 1800s?
The Gentlemen’s Agreement between President Theodore Roosevelt and Japan resulted in a decrease of which of these?
Which group most favored the passage of the Chinese Exclusion Act in 1882?
What was the purpose of the Grange movement?
“You shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns; you shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold.” Based on this speech, what did Bryan demand in his subsequent campaign for the Presidency?
Tragedy at the Triangle Shirtwaist Company led to
1890: Sherman Antitrust Act and 1913: Clayton Antitrust Act. What was the primary goal of the government in these actions?
What was the impact of muckraking activities during the early 1900s
Which best describes the main goal of the social gospel and settlement movements?
Which characteristic was shared by all five reforms?• Initiative • Referendum • Recall • Direct Primary • 17th Amendment
In 1913, President Wilson proposed a reduction in tariffs. How did Wilson plan to make up for the loss of these revenues by the federal government?
What demand was made in the Populist Party platform of 1892?
Which statement best explains the significance of the Mayflower Compact?
The economic resources of the New England colonies include all of the following EXCEPT:
Which government is known as the first constitution in the colonies?
Who founded the colony of Pennsylvania?
Who founded the colony of Georgia for military and debtors?
Which government was known as the first representative government in the colonies?
Tobacco, Cotton, Rice and Indigo are examples of which economic resource?
Wheat, barley, corn are examples of which type of economic resource?
Catholics immigrated to the Maryland colony in the seventeenth century primarily to
In 1636, Thomas Hooker . . . established the first English settlement in Connecticut. Convinced that government should rest on free consent, he:
Which of the following was a primary reason France sought to colonize North America?
Which factor greatly encouraged the growth of the triangle trade?
Which statement accurately describes the reasons for establishing Plymouth and Jamestown?
Which excerpt from the Declaration of Independence best explains why colonists were unhappy about their lack of representation in the British parliament?
The Sugar Act, Stamp Act, and Quartering Act contributed to the Revolutionary War by-
No taxation without representation reflects the dissatisfaction of American colonists with-
The Declaration of Independence states that all men have unalienable rights which were:
What was the biggest reason the colonists felt England violated their rights?
In the late 1800s, how did railroad monopolies create economic hardships for farmers?
A major purpose of the Progressive movement (1900–1917) was to
Why did Southern states secede from the Union?
How did the Dawes Act (1887) mark a departure from earlier federal Indian policy?
The Emancipation Proclamation
How did Presidential Reconstruction differ from Congressional Reconstruction?
We should be satisfied to compel them to engage in coarse, common labor, and to punish them for dereliction of duty or nonfulfillment of their contracts with such severity, as to make them useful, productive laborers.
Class is almost over what do you do?
What is Mrs. Speranza's catch phrase?
What should not be out or plugged into your Think Pad?
The money gained from the sale of a good or service after all the costs needed to make the sale are subtracted from the amount received
A source or supply of a useful material such as fur, wood, or oil.
A term used for a European or American involved in the fur trade. Often it refers to a person in charge of a trading post.
An animal skin with the fur on it.
A person, usually a man, who spent most of his time hunting or trapping animals for food and for pelts.
A person hired to help voyageurs and fur traders find their way through unfailiar lands.
A person who translates for people who speak a different language.
A man who managed the day-to-day business at a fur trading post.
A workman who performed the physical labor of the fur trade, including transporting beaver pelts and trade goods by canoe.
What was the goal of the Dakota and Ojibwe in the fur trade?
What was the goal of the European Americans in the fur trade?
This is the major city in Ancient Greece that was known for its artistic, philosophic, and political advances.
This is the major city in Ancient Greece that was known for its emphasis on and overwhelming skill in the military.
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What is the word for light bouncing off an object?
Which word means the movement of energy from one object ot another?
Which word describes an object that lets all light through?
What is the term for light and heat traveling through space?
Matter that only allows some light through is called _________.
Matter that allows no light to pass through is called ___________.
The circular movement of heat through liquids or gases as it rises and falls is ________.
Light always travels in a _________________ line.
The bending of light as it passes from one material to another is called _________.
Heat that can't be used to do work is _______________.
What is the plural form of box?
What is the plural form of the noun teacher?
What is the plural form of the noun puppy?
What is the plural form of the noun toy?
What is the plural form of the noun fox?
What is the plural form of the noun pumpkin?
What is the plural form of the noun candy?
What is the plural form of the noun key?
What is the plural form of the noun patch?
What is the plural form of the noun graph?
What is the name of a solid note with a stem that gets one beat of sound?
Music that is spooky or sad is usually in a _____ key.
Music that tells a story or describes a picture is called _____________.
"Every Good Boy Does Fine" helps us remember the treble clef ____________
F-A-C-E- are the letter names of the ___________ of the treble clef.
We use the treble clef staff to read __________.
Four sixteenth notes fit on ___________.
One whole note lasts for
A quarter rest equals
A triplet fits _____ notes on one beat.
Mountain ranges form at this type of plate boundary
In this type of plate boundary, the plates move away from one another
The San Andreas fault in California is an example of this type of plate boundary
The area where two plates meet is called...
Why do the Himalaya Mountains continue rising?
Subduction is when ...
Earthquakes are created from
The movement of magma in the mantle,in which hot magma rises and cool magma sinks is called
The part of the earth that is broken into plates is called the
Earth\'s tectonic plates float on
What is the first step on the Cursus Honorum?
Identify the optional magistrate in the cursus honorum
Which magistrate had the most lictors?
Which magistrate was the chief judge?
Which magistrate was in charge of the treasury?
Which magistrate had complete control of Rome for 6 months?
Which magistrate has a veto?
Which magistrate was the sidekick to a dictator?
Which magistrate is the head of the Roman Republic?
Which magistrate is at least 43 years old?
Organelle in plants responsible for making food using a process called photosynthesis
light absorbing molecules in the chloroplast which gives plants color
PLants appear green because of this pigment
Most photosynthesis occurs in the
roots are necessary for
carbon dioxide and oxygen enter a plant through structures in the leaves called
tube in plant that only transports water
which structure is responsible for transporting food made in leaves throughout the plant
If the underside (bottom) of a leaf was dipped in wax what could not occur?
a malfunction in this structure would not allow the plant to transport water
Which is not a right of a citizen?
Aldrec the Gaul wants to marry Lucretia the Roman. Is this allowed?
Sparticon the Slave is freed by his master, Maldred. What does Sparticon become? What must he wear?
Marcus the Roman has a child with Livia, who is not his wife. Is the child a citizen? Why or why not?
Ptolemus the Patrician Roman dies. He has no male children, but one female daughter, Agripina. What happens to his property?
Marcus the Plebian Roman and Aldrec the Gaul both go to join the Legion, and both want to be legionnaires. To which part of the legion is each assigned
Veii, a Latin city, signs a treaty to become a vassal state (controlled) by the Romans. What will happen to the magistrates of the town?
Cerald the Gaul serves in the auxiliaries for twenty-seven years. Can he marry Lucretia the Roman? Why or why not?
How can I become a Roman citizen?
How long do I have to serve in the Auxillaries to become a Roman citizen?
Of the following, which best describes a republic?
In the Roman assembly, people voted as...
The process of achieving political office in Rome was called..
Which group in Rome offered advice to the Assembly?
Who is the leader of a Province?
Who could be a member of the Plebian Assembly?
Of the following, which was NOT a way to become a Roman citizen?
Of the following, who is not considered to have influenced Rome?
Who killed Julius Caesar?
Name one problem that the Roman Republic faced, and solved
What year is considered to be the founding of Rome (the city)?
What year is considered to be the founding of the Roman Republic?
What animal did Hannibal bring with him during the 2nd Punic War?
As a Roman slave, what do I get to wear if I am freed (manumitted)?
Name the upper social class of Rome
Name the lower social class of Rome
What is a Lictor?
What event was the struggle for the Plebian to gain political rights?
Who was the First Triumvirate
Who founded the city of Rome?
I store and release large amounts of energy
Proteins that speed up chemical reactions are:
The changing of light energy into chemical energy is:
An organism that makes its own food is a:
An organism that can not make its own food is a:
We are used for building cell parts:
We what sugars, starches and cellulose are:
We store information in the cell:
I am the total of all the chemical reactions in an organism:
I am the passive transport of water through a membrane by diffusion:
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This state of matter has a definite volume and takes the shape of its container.
This state of matter has no definite shape and no definite volume.
Which of the following materials is an electrical conductor?
Which of the following is an insulator of electricity?
Why is copper used most often as a conductor of electricity in houses?
When particles in matter move really fast they are
In a simple series circuit, why does the bulb light when you close the switch?
Which of the following is not attracted to a magnet?
What is a circuit?
These particles slide past each other .
These particles are packed and vibrate.
The amount of space something takes up.
Anything that has volume and takes up space.
Come from the parents.
This has more than one path for electricity to follow.
This has only one path for electricity to follow.
A material that does not allow energy to flow through it.
A meter has-
The unit used to measure volume is -
In the modern atomic theory, electrons
A region in an atom where there is a high probability of finding electrons is called
A unit or quantum of light is
The electrons that determines the atom's chemical properties are called
The second energy level has 1 s orbital and 3 p orbitals. How many electrons can this energy level hold?
An electron moves from the ground state to an excited state when it absorbs
How many electrons can the first energy level hold?
According to the modern model of the atom,
Carbon has 6 protons. How many electrons does it have?
an atom that has the same number of protons as other atoms of the same element do but that has a different number of neutrons
_____________ is the ability to do work.
Energy in motion is considered to be _____________ energy.
Energy that is stored is considered to be _______________ energy.
Potential energy that depends on height is called ______________.
Energy is stored as ________________ in the foods we eat. It is also stored in batteries.
When the _______________ of an object increases, its particles move faster, making it feel warm to the touch.
The type of energy produced by the movement of electrons is _____________ energy.
An object’s mechanical energy is
What is the gravitational potential energy of a 10 N diver standing on a platform 2 m high? GPE= w(h)
At what point does a roller coaster have the greatest potential energy?
When a hair dryer is being used, one of the energy transformations that takes place is
Which of the following describes nuclear energy?
A rolling ball has a mass of 4 kilograms and is rolling 3 m/s. How much kinetic energy does the ball have?
In photosynthesis, plants use nuclear energy from the sun that is converted to light energy to produce food for themselves. What do plants convert the light energy into?
What energy transformation takes place when you light a match?
A nuclear power plant converts nuclear energy in to which type of energy that powers many buildings and homes?
Gasoline used to power a car is an example of...
A 35 kg chair is lifted 5 m off the ground. What is its potential energy?
Government in which power is shared between the central (national) government and the regional (local) governments.
Government in which power held by the central (national) government and the regional (local) governments have little to no power.
A loose alliance of individual and independent countries (governments) who govern themselves, but join together for military and/or economic reasons.
System of government in which there is only one person who makes all of the decisions and the citizens (people) have NO say.
System of government in which there is only a few people who makes all of the decisions and the citizens (people) have NO say.
System of government in which the power is vested (held) by the people who are able to participate in their government by voting.
What is the head of government in a parliamentary democracy called?
What is the head of government in a presidential democracy called?
Who selects the leader in a parliamentary democracy?
Who elects the leader in a presidential democracy?
What citizen participation term is most closely related to the following group of words: Dictatorship, Absolute Monarchy, Hitler
What term describes a democratic government with a monarch (king or queen) who is limited by a constitution (set of laws)?
How does Germany’s government distribute power?
How does the government of the United Kingdom distribute power?
What is the leader of the United Kingdom called?
What is the leader of Germany called?
What is the leader of the Russia called?
The United Kingdom is a parliamentary democracy. What other is also used to describe the government of the United Kingdom?
What currency is used by the European Union (EU)?
In order for a country to belong to the European Union (EU), it must provide its citizens with personal freedoms, such as voting. What type of system of government must the country have?
Part of the house where you eat
part of the house where you sleep
part of the house where you prepare food
part of the house where you visit with friends and family
part of the house where you clean yourself
he/she has
I have
part of the house where you find flowers
you sleep on it.
transportation
cherries
le raisin
raspberries
blackberries
blueberries
spinach
cabbage
pineapple
grapefruit
la poire
l'ail (m)
zucchini
peppers
pomegranate
watermelon
lemon
corn
mushrooms
le citron vert
broccoli
Define validity
caring community
redirect
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The energy from the sun is used in:
The results of what process will cause a plant to wilt?
All living things are made of compounds that are:
You know something is organic if it has this in it:
One property of a molecule determining if it will pass through a selectively permeable membrane is its:
Materials that cannot be broken down into simpler forms are:
If the substances do not combine chemically and they retain their own properties you have a:
Which of these is selectively permeable?
Releasing energy without using oxygen is a process called:
When you have the same number of water molecules on the outside of the cell as are on the inside you have reached:
The protein that moves needed substances or waste materials through the plasma membrane is:
A membrane that allows some substances to pass through while keeping others out is:
The regulation of the internal environment of a cell or organism to maintain conditions suitable for life is:
The movement that requires carrier proteins is:
The use of transport proteins to move other ions and smaller molecules across the plasma membrane is:
If the concentration of solute outside the cell is higher than inside the cell and the plant is wilting you have a:
The net movement of particles from an area where there are many particles fo the substance to an area where there are fewer particles of the substance is:
The process where substances are deposited outside the cell is called:
When a cell is in a solution that has the same concentration of water and solutes you have what kind of solution:
The process where a cell surrounds a substance and encloses then pinches it off and leaves the substance in the cell is called:
If a cell is in a solution that has a lower concentration of solute and the cell swells it is in a:
The continuous movement but with no overall change is called:
Diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called:
Cilia and flagell ar not just used for movement they also:
An organelle only found in animals is:
He found single celled organisms in pond water:
He was the german zoologist involved in the cell theory:
He observed cork under a microscope and called what he saw cells:
He added to the cell theory with information about cell division:
He was a german botanist who was involved in the cell theory:
The organelles that occur in pairs and are important for cell division
The framework for the cell within the cytoplasm
A highly folded membrane that is the site of protein synthesis
A flattened stack of tubular membranes that modify proteins and package them for distribution outside the cell
A vesicle that contains digestive enzymes for breaking down worn out cellular substances
The organelle that is the site of protein synthesis
A membrane-bound vesicel for the temporary storage of materials
projectins from cell surfaces that aid in locomotion and feeding, also sweep substances along surfaces
Long projectins that aid in locomotion and feeding
A membrane bound organelle that makes energy available to the rest of the cell
If ice did not float, Earth would have a different climate
Modern methods of measuring salinity of sea water depends on the rule of constant proportions because only chlorinity is measured
Proportions of organic elements are found in constant proportion just like sea salts are found in constant proportions
Changes in salinity can cause osmotic pressure between cells and the environment
What is a polar molecule
Properties of water that are possible because water is a polar molecule include
What is a solultion
What is salinity
Colligative properties of sea water
What is the principle of constant proportions
Aside from hydrogen and oxygen, the most abundant chemical in seawater is
Most marine scientists believe that
the higher the salinity
pH changes with depth because
a biogeochmical cycle is
_____________ is fundamental to all life
Carbon is fundamental to all life because
Organisms use nitrogen
Phosphorous is essential to life because
Silicone is eimportant to some marine life
Iron and trace elements in marine life are essential for
____ transport is the movement of materials through diffusion, ______ transport requires energy to move materials from areas of low concentration to areas of h igh concentration
___________________ can control the water concentration of their cells. The water concentration in the cells of _______________ changes with the salinity of the surrounding seawater
How are water molecules bound to each other?
How would Earth be different if water was a non polar molecule
What is diffusion?
What is the average pH of sea water
What is hyper tonic?
What is osmosis
What is the name of our textbook
Whem magma reaches Earth's surface it is called
Which of the following is not a pluton
Fast-moving clouds of gas, ash and dust are
This type of magma is the most explosive
These types of volcanoes are made from basaltic lava
Mt. St. Helen's is an example of this type of volcano
This volcano has been labeled a supervolcano in North America
This was the volcano that buried Pompeii
The bowl shaped depression that forms around the vent of a volcano
The type of pluton that makes a dome mountain is
In a _______ change, a reaction creates a new substance.
In a _______ change, no new substance is formed.
Physical properties
Chemical properties
Calcium metal's ability to react with water is an example of a
"a metal is a bronze colour" is an example of a
A metal cube weighs 37g. This is an example of a
Water freezing is an example of a
A match burning is an example of a
Icecream melting is an example of a
A substance that is made up of all identical particles is called a
A substance that is made up of different particles is called a
Carbon is an example of a
Sugar in water is an example of a
Salad is an example of a
Oxygen is an example of a
Water is an example of a
Oil and water is an example of a
Sand is an example of a
A tin of nuts and bolts is an example of a
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What two cultures mixed to form cumbia?
The distance traveled divided by the time interval during which the motion occurred
Speed
The speed of an object in a particular direction
A push or a pull exerted on and object in order to change the motion of an object; force has size and direction
The combination of all the forces acting on an object.
A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in contact.
A part of a longitudinal wave where the particles are crowded together.
A force of attraction between objects that is due to their masses.
A measure of the amount of matter in an object.
A measure of the gravitational force exerted on an object.
The motion of a body when only the force of gravity is acting on the body.
The constant velocity of a falling object when the force of air resistance is equal in magnitude and opposite In direction to the force of gravity.
The rate at which velocity changes over time.
What is the document that described a new national government for the former American Colonies? It was approved in 1781 and replaced in 1789.
What is the document that describes the government of the United States?
What are parts of government with different kinds of responsibilities and powers?
What was the meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made plans for a new, stronger government for the United States? Here, the proposed that the Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation.
What are the ways of limiting powers for the three parts of government that was created in the Constitution?
Which branch of government makes law?
Which branch of government interprets the laws?
Which branch of government carries out the laws?
Which branch of government does the House of Representatives and Senate belong to?
Which branch of government do judges and the courts belong to?
Which branch of government do the President, Vice President, and the cabinet belong to?
Which branch of government can decide if laws are unconstitutional?
Which branch of government can sign treaties with other countries if approved by the Senate?
Which branch of government can approve or reject people appointed by the President?
Which branch can call Congress together for a special meeting?
Which branch can settle disagreements about what a law means?
Which branch has the power to put an impeached official on trial?
True or False. After declaring their independence, the 13 states (former colonies) created a government to fight the war against Britain and solve problems. They created the document called the Constitution.
Which was NOT a reason to replace the Articles of Confederation
_________________ Rebellion took place when a former soldier and hundreds of other men tried to stop the court's from taking people's houses and property because they could not pay their bills.
If you want to make the pain more bearable...you __________it.
Something really silly is...
If an animal or object has the ability to glow, it has the quality of ....
This kind of person has a negative outlook on life.
Calculus is an esoteric subject because...
Her ____________attitude was crucial in building an alliance between the two groups.
We all ____________for Thanksgiving break.
If the date not set in stone, it is ______________
It takes ______and determination to get through med school .
The opposite of menial would most likely be...
If you ransack a house, you _____________it.
If you see a diminution in numbers, you will have a __________
If you heard this, you might feel scared..
You can find a good collection of short stories in a(n)_____________.
What law gave the government the power to regulate air and water pollution?
What government agency is in charge of regulating air and water?
Conflict in what region hurt the American econonmy in the 1970's?
Which decade did America first face a struggling economy, rising oil prices and conflict in the Middle East?
What is it called when a President is brought to trial?
What is it called when a President is removed from office?
What scandal forced President Nixon to resign in 1970's?
The programs of President Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) to fight poverty were called the...
Which minority group created the Blues, an influential form of music in the creation of Rock and Roll?
What was the name of the music festival in 1969 that embodied the countercultural attitudes of the 1960's?
Rising prices of what commodity led to an economic crisis in the 1970's?
The Watergate Scandal forced which President to resign?
An increasing decline in trust of government after the by the American people was most affected by which two events?
Which agency was created in response to Sputnik to explore space?
Which agency invented a lot of every day and household products?
What was the goal of Lyndon Johnsons Great Society programs?
Which country had a political revolt in 1979 that led to the American embassy being taken hostage?
What location did Jimmy Carter start negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians?
Flame-resistant clothes, smoke detectors, and swimsuits were all invented by NASA in their attempts to...
What group was created to control oil prices in the 1970's?
The Constitutional Convention took place in May, 1787 in _________________ at Independence
The _______ delegates included some of the best known leaders in America
The president of the Constitutional Convention was
__________ wrote much of the final draft of the Constitution
One major disagreement was how strong should the government be? To solve this problem, the delegates decided to have
One major disagreement during the Constitutional Convention was how many representatives each state should get. To solve this problem, they created
Finally on September 17, _______ the delegates signed the final Constitution.
By June 1788, _______ of 13 states approved the Constitution and the United States had a new government.
What was as unstable as a one-legged stool?
Why does the system of Checks and Balances work?
What was the problem with the Article of Confederation?
The framers designed a system of checks and balances to
A bill cannot become a law until it is
The “elastic clause” give congress power to
The Constitution has survived for 200 years because it
An amendment to the Constitution can be proposed by either
An amendment may be ratified by three fourths of the
How many ways are there to propose a constitutional amendment?
The Preamble lists the
The Preamble’s first three words tell us the authority of the Constitution come from
As used in the Preamble, the word tranquility means
To “provide for the common defense” means to
Which words of the Preamble best justify the creation of federal courts?
Our Posterity means
How does the Executive Branch check the Legislative Branch?
How can the Executive Branch check the Judicial Branch?
How can the Judicial Branch check the Executive or Legislative Branch?
How can the Legislative Branch check the Executive Branch
How can the legislative Branch check the Judicial Branch?
What is the main job of the Executive Branch
What is the main job of the Legislative Branch?
This state of matter has a definite shape and a definite volume.
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When you have a mixture, and you can see the different parts, it is called a
A combination of two or more elements is called a
The most pure substances are called
When you have a mixture, but you cannot see the different parts, it is called a
Salt water is an example of a(n)
Sodium chloride is an example of a(n)
Hydrogen is an example of a(n)
Nitrous oxide is an example of a(n)
Pizza is an example of a(n)
Kool-aid crystals in water is an example of a(n)
Something that has the properties of both metals and non-metals is called a
When you look at the periodic table metals are on the
When you look at the periodic table non-metals are on the
All metals have these properties:
Neon is an example of a
Calcium is an example of a
Chlorine is an example of a
Silicon is an example of a
Lithium is an example of a
Helium is an example of a
What is the charge of a proton?
What is the charge of a electron?
What is the charge of a neutron?
Which of the following particles orbit around the nucleus?
Which particles are inside the nucleus?
The order for filling orbits with electrons is
Which of the following elements has a total of 3 electrons?
Which of the following elements has a total of 6 protons?
How many electrons can fit in the first orbit of a Bohr-Rutherford diagram?
The number of neutrons is found by using this formula
The elements in the periodic table are arranged in order of their
What is the element symbol for FLUORINE?
What is the atomic mass of FLUORINE?
What is the atomic number of FLUORINE?
How many ELECTRONS are in FLUORINE?
What is the element symbol for MAGNESIUM ?
What is the atomic mass of MAGNESIUM?
What is the atomic number of MAGNESIUM?
How many ELECTRONS are in MAGNESIUM?
How many NEUTRONS are in LITHIUM?
The forces that hold different atoms or ions together are
Each molecule of table sugar C12H22O11 contains
Cases take up a lot of space because gas molecules
Covalent bonds are formed between
Copper is a good conductor of electricity because its electrons
The name of dinitrogen tetroxide tells you that this compound contains
When copper combines with oxygen to form copper (II) oxide, the charge of the copper ion is
It is possible for different covalent compounds to have the same emperical formula because empirical formulas represent
How many chemical bonds can carbon form with other atoms?
Alkanes are hydrocarbons that contain
When two atoms bond, the positive nucleus of one atom attracts the negative _____________ of another.
The structural formula for a water molecule is
When two chlorine atoms bond, they ____________ a pair of electrons
A(n) _________ bond is formed when atoms share pairs of electrons
Because polyatomic ions are made of covalently bonded atoms that have either gained or lost electrons, they behave like simple
A compound consisting of Cr +3 ions and OH- ions whould be named
The chemical formula for the ionic comound consisting of oxide ions and nickel (III) ions is
A compound's ___________ formula tells you how many atoms of each type are in one molecule.
A(n) ___________ is a polymer made of bonded amino acids.
The chemical structure of a compound affects its properties by
What is the main function of the leaves?
The function of the roots are to...
The xylem is responsible for
Which is responsible for gas exchange in the plant?
The phloem transports
Which molecule is NOT absorbed/taken in by plants?
Light absorbing molecules are called
Organelle found in plants but not in animals
Which of the following is a product of photosynthesis?
If the xylem was removed from a plant what would be affected?
A factor that can affect the outcome of an experiment is called a
Which of the following steps to solve a problem is done first
Which tool is used to measure volume in the metric system?
When conducting an experiment, which is the best way to record data?
Juan is making and flying airplanes with different shaped wings. What is he doing?
Why do scientists do each part of their investigation several times?
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