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If you wanted to see more detail on the surface of a rock, what tool would you use?
What does an experiment test?
Why is using a thermometer or graduated cylinder more scientific than estimating temperature or volume?
A tool used to measure the mass of an object is a
Some books
A door
The windows
The pencil sharpener
A paper basket
Make the following plural: el borrador
Make the following plural: el lapiz
Make the following plural: una revista
Make the following singular: unas mochilas
Make the following singular: los pupitres
La capital es....
Este baile argentino es musica tambien.
Estos paises hispanohablantes comparten fronteras con Argentina
Tierra del Fuego esta al norte del pais
Este pais es mas grande que Argentina
Mate es...
Una parrilla es...
Los gauchos viven en...
La Boca es un barrio de...
Es el deporte nacional de Argentina
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All of the following fueled French desires to revolt against the monarchy EXCEPT the ______________________________.
The Declaration of Rights of Man and of the Citizen states the powers of government came from the people, not the king. Who wrote the document?
This event inspired an uprising against the nobles.
Napoleon Bonaparte used his power to change France into an empire. What other change did he bring to France?
After the French Revolution, the class system…
Nationalism is most likely to develop in an area that has
Nationalism is best defined as
The best example of the success of nationalism in Europe is the
What person declared himself emperor of France?
What person used Guerilla warfare to unite Italy?
What person followed a policy of “blood and iron” to unite Germany?
Your voice is music to my ears. The metaphor music to my ears:
Mike drives too fast and is a road hog. The metaphor road hog:
The dripping faucet is grating on Kyle's nerves. The metaphor grating on:
When it came to historical facts, Terry was a walking encyclopedia. The metaphor Terry was a walking encyclopedia:
After math class, Chou's head was spinning from all the information that would be on the test. The metaphor head was spinning:
He kept his thoughts bottled up inside of him because he was uncomfortably shy. The metaphor kept his thoughts bottled up inside:
Jessica's eyes are homes of prayer. The metaphor eyes are homes of prayer:
The awful dinner became a rock in my stomach. The metaphor awful dinner became a rock:
Rich was a skunk after saying those terrible things. The metaphor Rich was a skunk:
The night is growing old and yet I have so much homework left to do! The metaphor night is growing old:
What is the appropriate response to if you saw a wolf???!!!
What does the integumentary system do?
What is the best example of homeostasis happening?
What does the endocrine system do?
What is diffusion?
How is osmosis different than diffusion?
What does the endocrine system release?
The process of maintaining a balance in your body is_____________
Imagine you eat some food that has gone bad, what do you think is the appropriate response for your body to maintain homeostasis?
Hormones ___________ your other body systems
Which was NOT a reason for European Exploration?
Which was NOT a cause of European Exploration?
What is not one of the Three Gs?
What did Vasco de Gama's journey to India accomplish?
Which of the following is NOT true of Christopher Columbus?
What did Ferdinand Magellan prove?
What two groups of people were an important part of Spanish exploration?
How did Hernando Cortes defeat the Aztecs?
A fusion of European and Native American cultures is a definition of what?
Which of the following is true of Spanish colonial government?
What was NOT true of early English explorers in North America?
New France was settled primarily for what purpose?
Ratio
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Part-to-Part Ratio
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Part-to-Whole Ratio
Constant of Proportionality
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Unit Rate
Proportion
Rate Table
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The Maya are MOST known for which of the following math/science/technology accomplishments?
The Aztecs capital of Tenochtitlan was MOST devastated by which of the following?
The Inca were known for all of the following EXCEPT...
Complete the sentence using the BEST answer choice. Not only were Native Americans killed by disease, but they also...
The Aztecs welcomed the Spanish into their territory because...
Why were the Europeans able to embark on the journeys of exploration around the world?
What does it mean that Magellan circumnavigated the world by boat?
The Aztecs relied most on which food crop to survive?
The Inca introduced which important food to the Europeans?
What were the 3-G's the Spanish conquistadors were seeking in the Americas?
What were the Europeans trying to do by sailing West?
Which two factors were the MOST significant in the defeat of the Native Americans overall?
The theme of a story is its
You can always tell what the theme of a story is by
Which of the following might be the theme of a story?
What is the difference between the theme and the main idea of a story?
Which of the following is a true statement?
War destroys human values. This is an example of a
In a fable, the theme is
Which of the following would not be considered a theme?
Which of the following could be a theme of Goldilocks and the Three Bears?
You are writing a story with the theme of friendship. Which of the following would be the best way to get your theme across?
What electric charge does a Proton have?
What electric charge does a Electron have?
What electric charge does a Neutron have?
Where is the neutron and proton located?
What 2 subatomic particles make up the mass of an atom?
What does the Atomic number of an element tell you?
What does the Atomic Mass tell you about an atom?
If you have 10 protons in an Atom, how many electrons will you have?
Carbon's atomic number is 6 and atomic mass is 12, how many Neutrons are in Carbon?
Where are the electrons located in an atom?
What is the Atomic Mass Unit (amu) for Protons?
How many protons does Nickel have (Atomic # = 28; Atomic Mass = 58)
How many Neutrons does Phosphors have (Atomic # = 15; Atomic Mass = 30)
How many Electrons does Chlorine have? (Atomic # = 17, Atomic Mass = 35)
What is the Chemical Symbol for Helium?
What country is merengue from?
What is a characteristic of merengue?
Where did bachata originate?
What is a characteristic of bachata?
Where did salsa originate?
During what decade did salsa start?
Where did reggaeton originate?
What genre of music in English is reggaeton similar to?
Where did cumbia originate?
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THE FINAL EIN IS THE EIN WAGES ARE POSTED UNDER?
A FILE CANNOT BE DELETED AFTER IT IS IN WHAT STATUS?
IF AN ER CALLS THE 800# IN REGARDS TO "EV-STAR" RESULTS, WE ARE NOT TO PROVIDE THE ER WITH ______________ FROM SSA'S RECORDS
IF THE EMPLOYER DOESN'T VERIFY, EVERIFY WILL GENERATE A MESSAGE TO THE EMPLOYER INDICATING A DISCREPANCY. THE DISCREPANCY IS CALLED.
IN DOORS QUERY USERS ARE ALLOWED_______________ ACCESS TO MOST SCREENS
HOW MANY SSN'S CAN BE VERIFIED PER PHONE CALL
COMPANIES REQUESTING VERIFICATION OF SSN FOR PURPOSES OTHER THAN WAGE REPORTING MUST REGISTER FOR:
WHAT DOES WFID STAND FOR?
WHERE IN EBIPS CAN YOU FIND A LIST OF ERROR CODES?
BESIDES PROCESSING THE FILE WHAT ELSE WOULD WE DO WITH A FILE THAT HAD AN INFORMATIONAL ERROR?
What part of the cell is responsilble for breaking down and digesting things?
What part of the cell serves as the intracellular highway?
Which of the following would you NOT find in a bacterial cell?
Which of the following is found in plant cells but not animal cells
The jellylike interior of the cell is called the:
What part of the cell makes proteins?
Where are ribosomes usually located in animal and plant cells
What part of the cell serves to process, package and export proteins?
What is the shape of a plant cell?
An example of a eukaryote is?
When yeast and paramecia were added together, some of the yeast were ingested (eaten) by the paramecia. This activity is connected to which life function?
Which choice is NOT part of cell theory?
If the temperature and pressure stay the same, three different pieces of the same material will have the same:
A cube is 1 cm on each side and has a mass of 2 grams. Will it float in water?
Organisms are grouped into a five-kingdom classification system based on their structure and their
When one variable of the graph goes up while the other goes down, what type of relationship is this?
The grouping of objects or events based on similar characteristics is called
An object has a mass of 14 grams and a volume of 28 cm3 (cubic centimeters) What is its density
Why do scientists make graphs of data from experiments?
The units of density could be
The process that produces sex cells is ___.
In meiosis, ___.
How many chromosomes are present in a normal human sex cell?
The chromosomes in each pair of chromosomes are called ___.
Eggs and sperm are ___.
___ produces cells with half the normal number of chromosomes.
Bacteria reproduce through an asexual process called ___.
The only way that a 3:1 ration of traits found in Mendel's second generation plants could be explains it that each sex cell ___.
In sexual reproduction, two parent cells divide ___.
In ___ reproduction, one parent cell is needed to reproduction
A + B ------> AB is what type of reaction?
A reaction that has oxygen as a reactant and usually has carbon dioxide and water as products is a _____ reaction.
AB ----> A + B is a ______ reaction
The activity series of metals is used to determine whether or not a ______ reaction has occurred.
When two aqueous solutions mix and two things trade places with each other, a ______ reaction has occurred
Starting substances in a reaction are known as:
The symbol (aq) means:
The reaction A + BC ----> B + AC is a _____ reaction
In a combustion reaction, ____ is required in order for the reaction to take place.
Ions that do not participate in a chemical reaction are ____ ions
What organelles are known as the "power houses" of the cell?
Which organelle allows substances to come in and out of the cell?
Which organelles are found only in plant cells?
Which is not necessary for the survival of a species?
complete the sentence: Cells can be easily seen....
Unicellular organisms are made up of ______cell(s)
_____________ refers to the increase in the size or number of cells.
The ___________ of a cell contains all the cells chromosomes and DNA.
Which is not an example of a living thing
Organisms with more than one cell are called
What is the largest artery in the body?
What is the largest bone in the leg called?
What was the name of the disease that makes you feel small or large?
The blood is part of the
Heavy bleeding is called
A sphygmomanometer measure
The vascular system is a network of
Name a part of the heart
Why are people concerned about the H1N1 flu?
What does ABC stand for in first aid?
What do we call a chick while it is developing inside the egg?
How many days does it take for a chick to hatch from an egg?
An incubator provides the eggs with the right environment to live and grow. What 3 things does the incubator provide?
Why are there ventilation holes in the incubator?
Why is water poured into the water pan of the incubator each day?
Embryology is the study of what?
What does the embryo use for food while it is inside the egg?
Why do we need to turn the eggs 3 times per day?
What body part will the chick use to break out of its shell?
The temperature in the incubator may not be the same in different spots. What do we do to make sure the eggs have the right temperature while inside the incubator?
What is it called when sand moves by jumps and bounces?
Dunes usually move
What types of glaciers form in mountainous areas?
An offshore column of rock which was once part of the mainland is called?
What is the steepest slop loose material will not slide downslope?
What is NOT a type of rapid mass movement?
What is released when waves break?
What do waves make when they break rock into small pieces?
What helps prevent wind erosion?
A depression in the landscape of a desert is called?
What is the correct field of view for our microscopes?
What is the density of a rectangular object that has sides of 1.0cm, 2.0cm, and 3.0cm, this object has a mass of 3 grams.
If an object has a density of 0.4g/cm3, how much of this object is underwater?
In which process is oxygen used to release energy?
Which sequence correctly shows the levels of increasing organization in the human body?
What is the outermost structure in an animal cell?
Which group is made up of organisms that are all members of the same kingdom?
Which cell organelle is responsible for releasing energy?
If one variable on a graph goes up while the other shows no change, what type of rleatioship is this?
Which is not a correct unit for volume?
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As a result of the efforts of empresarios, how did the population of Texas change during the Mexican National Era?
How do archaeologists impact the study of human behavior
Scientists have different theories about how and when people arrived in the Western Hemisphere. How has Cactus Hill questioned those theories.
Scientists do not agree about?
Man made products with historical importance are referred to as?
Which of the following are characteristics of the Lakota Indians?
What are the three most popular crops grown by the Native Americans collectively known as the three sisters?
We live in the present day Artic areas of Alaska and Northern Canada and the temperature is below freezing much of the year. We hunted whale for food and used snow and ice to make our shelters.
Which American Indians lived in Eastern North America
Which nation faced a heavily forested environment, *hint, they are located near us
Why did the Lakota Indians live in a Teepee?
A fisher, hunter, and gatherer, would be all examples of what type of resource used by the Native Americans to get food?
A bow and arrow, longhouse, pueblo are all man made products. What type of resource are they?
Which of the following would the Lakota tribe use as a natural resource?
Why did the Kwakiutl use wood products to build their dwellings
Which group of first Americans lived in a Plank House?
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What level of organization do cnidarians have?
Cnidarians have two basic body forms the
The stinging cells of cnidarians are called
The cavity that contains the mouth of a cnidarian is called the
The jelly like substance that is between the outer and inner layers of a cnidarian is the
Cnidarians that secrete a calcium carbonate house are the
The body form that is dominate in the anemones is the
What are the germ layers contained in a cnidarian embryo are the
A cnidarian that consists of a gas filled float and a colony of polyps is the
A type of locomotion unique to hydra is
with or into a vein
to give up power or responsibility formally
act of transferring or moving something; process of sending a message
to punch or bore a hole or holes in something; tearing apart
involving the members of the same school or institution
to pierce, as with a pointed weapon; to fix fast or impale
being or occurring between; in the middle
lasting forever or for an indefinite amount of time
coming together of family or friends; meeting; to interfere with something
the act of carrying away by force; kidnapping
yo: comer (I ate)
tú: escribir (you wrote)
Elena: aprender (Elena learned)
él y yo: asistir (he and I attended)
las escuelas: compartir (the schools shared)
la familia: vivir (the family lived)
Isabel y Simón: leer (Isabel and Simón read)
los equipos: correr (the teams ran)
la madre de Cecilia: vender (Cecilia's mom sold)
tú: recibir (you received)
yo: certificar (I certified)
tú: certificar (you certified)
el avión: llegar (the plane arrived)
yo: llegar (I arrived)
la computador; descargar (the computer downloaded)
yo: descargar (I downloaded)
yo: entender (e-ie) (I understood)
ellos; recomendar (e-ie) (they recommended)
tú: pensar (e-ie) (you thought)
ellos: encontrar (o-ue) (they found)
Where does the strongest bonding in the Deaf-World take place?
What is a unifying force in the Deaf-World?
Which is a potentially fragmenting force in the Deaf-World?
Who founded and directed many American residential schools for the Deaf?
What happened at Gallaudet University in 1988?
How does the Deaf-World see itself?
What did Paul Hubbard, quarterback of Gallaudet's football team, create?
This athlete was the reason hand signals were created in baseball.
This athlete was the reason flashing corner lights are used in boxing.
Why are there fewer Deaf people involved in sports and Deaf clubs?
Which organization conducted the first census of the Deaf population in the United States?
Which of the following does NOT use raised eyebrows?
When describing a family of five, which digit represents the oldest member?
When describing a family of five, which digit represents the youngest member?
What is it called when you use shoulder shifting for comparisons?
Which of the following does NOT use the same sign as the others?
Which of the following does NOT use the same sign as the others?
Which of the following does NOT use the same sign as the others?
Which of the following does NOT use the same sign as the others?
Which of the following does NOT use the same sign as the others?
What country sent troops to help the American colonists win the Revolutionary War?
The French people were unhappy with their government because of unequal tax burdens, government debts, the financial crisis, and ________________.
During the mid-1700s, the French people were divided into estates, or classes. Which of the following formed the largest and poorest class in French society?
What influence did the Enlightenment have on the French Revolution?
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Organ sometimes removed due to acute inflammation
The place where digestion begins
The fastest, most fatal cancer is usually
What are fossil fuels?
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What must often be added to increase the speed or ability of 2 substances to react?
Which physical change does a swamp cooler use to cool the air?
Which if these is an example of energy involved in a chemical change?
Toni & Juan decide to do an experiment where one will drop food coloring into hot water; the other will do the same in cold water. Based on your knowledge of energy, predict the results
How does adding heat affect liquid water?
Which of the following is an example of how understanding chemical change helps people?
What does liquid water need to change into water vapor?
The boiling point of water at sea level is 100 degrees Celsius. What phase would you expect water to be in if it were heated to 110 degrees Celsius?
When lighting a match, why must it be drawn rapidly along a rough surface?
As warm air rises, it cools, condenses and freezes in the upper atmosphere. What happens as it falls back to Earth?
A blinking vertical lline that shows your current postion in a document.
In Word, a language tool that provides definitions and a list of synonyms for a selected word.
A command that searches for specified text and/or formatting in a document and replaces it with new text and/or formatting that you specify.
An area of the computer's memory reserved by Windows to temporarily store text and other objects that have been cut or copied from a file.
A Microsoft Office feature that can replace one set of typed characters with another. This feature can be used to correct typographical errors or to insert special characters automatically as you type.
A method of inserting text into a file by pushing existing characters to the right instead of overwriting them.
The program standards that are used to store data on a disk. The file type is identified by the three-letter file extension.
A command that inserts text or an object from the Clipboard into a document.
A command that duplicates selected data or an object and temporarily stores it on the Clipboard. The item may be pasted into the same file or a different file.
A file that contains basic formatting, text, and/or formulas that you can customize to create a new file.
A command that inserts text or an object from the Clipboard into a document.
A command that searches for specified text and/or formatting in a document.
An editing tool that reviews the spelling in a file, highlights possible misspelled words, and suggests one or more replacements.
A method of inserting text into a file by overwriting existing characters with new ones.
A method of inserting text into a file by pushing existing characters to the right instead of overwriting them.
In Word, formatted text within a template file that you can replace with your own text.
In Word, a language tool that provides definitions and a list of synonyms for a selected word.
An area of the computer's memory reserved by Windows to temporarily store text characters automatically as you type.
A command that searches for specified text and/or formatting in a document and replaces it with new text and/or formatting that you specify.
A blinking vertical line that shows your current position in a document.
What often happens when a chemical or physicak change occurs?
Which of the following statements best explains why a substance changes from a liquid to a gas when heated?
What kinds of energy are produced by bright fireworks?
A student is making vegetable soup on the stove. He learned in science class that liquids boil at the same temp until they change to a gas. How will what he learned help him cook the soup and save energy?
Students were asked to design an experiment that added or removed energy to a chemical reaction. Which of the following hypothesis would be found in an experiment that tested this?
A bag containing several chemicals is used for sports injuries. When the chemicals are combined, the bag becomes cold. What is this evidence of?
Electromagnetic energy can be found in
The amount of stuff in an object is known as
______________________ is the amount of space that matter occupies.
A characteristic of matter that can be observed without changing the substance into something else is known as what?
Who developed the scientific method
Where would the upper class and intellectuals meet to discuss the ideas of the Enlightenment
Who wrote about the separation of government powers in "The Spirit of Laws"
What political philosopher believed that people were by nature selfish so a monarchy was the best type of government
What English philosopher beleived everyone is entitled to life, liberty, and property
The church charged this astronomer with heresy for stating that the sun, not the earth was the center of the universe
Female artist whose famous painting is "Judith Beheading Holfernus"
Russian Nobles
The most famous of all English playwrights
The Spanish fleet that was destroyed by the English Navy
All living things are made up of
All organisms need
In a living organism, many different parts often work together to
Living things meet their needs by
A group of organs that interact and function together is
Organisms that have more than one cell are called
A change in an organism's environment
The human body has
What happens if one part of a system breaks down?
Which of these is a system?
The organs that make up an organ system
Organs are made up of
A group of similar cells that function together make up
The systems in your body
The name of the stable internal condition that the body's systems work to maintain is
What often happens to a body if one of its organ systems cannot function properly?
All living things are made up of at least one
Which of the following best describes blood vessels?
The type of muscle that provides your body with some of its automatic movement is called
In order to function, live, and grow, all living things need
The process of respiration allows the body to obtain
Oxygen passes from your alveoli into your blood in your
During cellular respiration, your cells use oxygen and sugars to release
The body system that functions to produce speech is the
The digestive system breaks down foods, which supply necessary
Chewing food into smaller pieces with your teeth is a form of
Which of the following uses sweat glands to remove waste from the body?
The kidneys are a part of the
The urinary system removes wastes from
The organ that helps maintain homeostasis by controlling the amount of water in your urine is called
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Earth's spinning on its axis is called its
The moon's orbit around Earth has the shape of a(n)
What moon phases starts the lunar cycle?
What moon phases occurs after the full moon?
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What process causes metamorphic rock to form sedimentary rocks?
What type of rock contains large crystals?
How does metamorphic rock form magma?
What type of rock is formed by extreme heat and pressure?
All rocks are made by one or more _____?
In heat and pressure, limestone turns into ____?
What color are felsic rocks typicallly?
How are metamorphic rocks classified?
What type of rock is an obsidian?
What process causes sediments to form sedimentary rocks?
How do intrusive igneous rocks form?
How does igneous rock form metamorphic rock?
Which is a way to form igneous rock?
What type of rock is granite?
What type of rock is conglomerate?
What type of rock is gneiss?
What type of rock is rock is sandstone?
What type of rock is marble?
How is igneous rock classified?
How is sedimentary rock classified?
Making laws is the function of the---
What is the function of the judicial branch?
What is the job of the branch of government that includes the president?
The House of Representatives has 435 members. This number is based on--
All are checks the executive branch has EXECPT--
The major check the judicial branch has over the other two is--
Implied powers are --
The formal powers of Congress are limited by the --
Individuals and ______ help shape legislation (laws).
Who has to approve a bill before it becomes a law?
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
How many oxygen atoms are in the following formula? Al2(CO3)3
What type of energy is present if we are moving boxes?
When snow melts from the sun, it is because of
Trumpets and violins produce
When measuring force all of the following are normally used EXCEPT
The most important piece of safety equipment is
My night light produces
Different types of floors have different amounts of friction. Which has the least amount of friction?
What is a conductor of electricty
Friction can be tested with all EXCEPT
Another name for heat energy is
Energy transferred as electromagnetic waves is called
The process by which gases in the atmosphere absorb thermal energy and radiate it back to earth is called
What causes wind?
What causes differences in air pressure around the Earth?
Air moves in large, circular patterns called
In the Northern Hemisphere, winds traveling north appear to curve to the east because of the
Global winds that blow from west to east are called
Local winds are produced by
Mountain and valley breezes are caused by
Convection is the transfer of energy
Most solar energy that reaches Earth’s atmosphere is
When does the land heat faster than the surface of the sea?
What is it called when warm air rises over the land and wind from the sea moves in to take its place?
Wind is considered a renewable resource because the energy that drives the wind originally comes from
Temperatures over the land at night are lower than those over the water. Which event is caused by this temperature difference?
Why does warm air rise and cold air sink?
By which method does most thermal energy in the atmosphere circulate?
All of the following are ways that some Tejanos have maintained their cultural heritage while adapting to American culture except-
On September 16, 1810 _______________ issued a call for freedom from Spain.
___________ paved the way for Anglo American Colonization of Texas but passed away before actually bringing settlers.
One major change that occurred in Texas society during the Mexican National Era includes----
The year 1821 is important in the history of Texas because it was the year that----
While the Mexican Federal Constitution of 1824 created a representative government in MExico, it specifically restricted people's right to
An american empresario, Green Dewitt was able to -
What Tejano rancher represented Texas at the Mexican Constitutional Convention, located for the first Austin Colony, and eventually supported Texas Independence?
During the Mexican war of Independence, the battle of Medina resulted in-
How did Anglo colonization of Texas differ from Spanish colonization of Texas
Which of the following is a contribution of Stephen F. Austin to the development of Texas?
The guiterrez-Magee Expedition was formed to
Why did Philip Nolan concern Spanish leaders in Mexico?
Which filibuster was captured and executed in 1822 after leading an army to Nacogdoches and declaring texas independence from Spain?
Why were most Texas Land Grants located in east and central Texas?
Why did many Americans and Mexicans migrate to MExican Texas in the 1820's?
How did the State Colonization Law of 1825 contribute to the development of Texas?
The Constitution of 1824 created the state of Coahuila and Texas. This merger of the two geographic regions eventually resulted in
In which region were most successful land grants in Texas located?
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Your heart, veins, capillaries, and arteries work together to
The cells that deliver oxygen to other cells are
Blood pressure is the pressure that blood exerts on your
How do pathogens enter your body through the skin?
When foreign material enters the body, one way the immune system responds is by
When skin gets damaged, the body releases histamines, which cause
You develop active immunity to a pathogen by
One function of the skin is to
Which structure in the skin helps control body temperature?
One way you can help you skin stay healthy is by
The one thing that Gregor Mendel realized could explain the results of his experiments was that
What carries the genes that determine sex?
Instructions for an inherited trait are called
The different forms of a gene that decided a characteristic are known as
What did Mendel discover about recessive traits?
Which one of the following is the name for the way cells divide in asexual reproduction?
This diagram is used to trace a trait through generations of a family.
what are chromosomes that carry the same sets of genes?
What is a feature that has different forms in a population?
Sex-linked disordered are caused by males' having
What is a trait
When a plant fertilizes itselt, it is called a(n)
When there is incomplete dominance,
________________ are formed from both inherited alleles.
_______________ occurs when a plant pollinates a different kind of plant.
_______________ used to organize possible offspring combination
_________ is the mathmatical chance that something will happen
__________ is an organism's appearance.
_____________ is a plant with one domonant and one recessive gene
________ is a plant with either two dominant or two recessive genes.
In Aryan society, which of the following was of highest importance in regard to the caste system?
Which of the following best describes the relationship between the Vedict texts and the Vedas?
Which of the following led to the development of Hinduism?
Hindus believe that all of their gods are part of the universal spirit called
According to Hinduism, people are reborn into new physical forms. The form one is born into depends on one's
Why did Siddhartha Gautama leave home at age 30?
Which of the following concerns was of greatest importance to Siddhartha Gautama?
The guiding principles at the heart of Buddhism are called
People who spread religious beliefs are called
What caused many people from the lower social classes to support Buddha's teachings?
Who was the founder of the Hindu religion?
Who was the founder of Buddhism?
Where did Hinduism begin?
Where did Buddhism begin?
What answer best explains how Buddhism spread to places in Eastern Asia?
What is the effect of a person's actions, good or bad, on the soul called?
What is the process of rebirth known as?
What is the main religion in India today?
Which word means the belief in one god?
Which religion was the first monotheistic religion?
A reaction to a change in your environment is caused when your sense organs perceive a
This sense allows you to feel pressure, temperature, and pain.
The many parts of the brain communicate with one another through connecting
You decide to raise your hand in class. This movement is controlled by the
Chemicals that are made in one location in the body and function in another location are called
Structures of the endocrine system that produce hormones are called
The endocrine system uses feedback mechanisms to
The male reproductive organs that produce sperm are known as
The process that follows the breakdown of both an unfertilized egg and the lining of the uterus
Soon after implantation, the placenta is formed. The placenta allows
Your skeletal and muscular systems work together to allow your body to
Choose the statement that best describes how organ systems operate.
The body's ability to maintain internal conditions is called
Chemical messengers that are made in one area of the body and transported to other areas
Which of the following is true about all living things?
What is the function of nutrients in the body?
Nutrients in food are broken down by the
The reproductive system works to accomplish what goal?
The immune system fights pathogens by using
What invention first made it possible to study cells?
Which stage of life ends when a baby begins to walk?
What usually happens to blood pressure as the body ages in adulthood?
Which body system works with respiratory system to carry oxygen through the body?
Nutrition is the study of materials that
Which best describes a healthy lifestyle?
What is an emotional and physical dependency called?
Anorexia nervosa is a disorder that involves
Some diseases are caused by
An antibiotic can kill which of the following?
Hemophilia is an inherited disease that is present at birth. It is
bluff
intricate
chaotic
exotic
intial
gaunt
scowl
disciplinarian
portly
convoluted
What is a Bibliography?
Bound Reporst and Unbound reports are?
What is a Divider Line?
How is Ellipsis used?
What are Endnotes and Footnotes?
What are Enumerated Items and out line alike?
What is Long Quotation?
What is Table of Contents?
What are Paragraph headings and Side headings?
How are Title Page (Cover Page) and Works cited different?
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The movement of energy as heat and material in Earth’s interior contribute to tectonic plate motions that result in such things as folding, volcanism, faulting, and uplift. All of this results in...
What are the three main types of tectonic plate boundaries?
A boundary at which two tectonic plates move horizontally past each other
What causes tectonic plates to move?
How did Confucianism shape modern Chinese culture?
The belief in reincarnation and Karma led to what development in Hindu societies?
Why is the land of Israel important to Judaism?
What would be the best title for these notes? -Desire is the cause of all suffering. - There is no deity. - People should live by the Eightfold Path. - Life is dictated by the Four Noble Truths.
Which religion teaches the Five Relationships?
Why did the ideas of Confucianism and Taoism arise in China during the Warring States era?
How did Chinese society attempt to place government workers into positions best suited to their skills?
Which continent was home to the majority of the Silk Road?
How did the development of the Silk Road impact Chinese society?
Which religion was most likely practiced in the Gupta Empire?
In classical India, a person’s caste most likely dictated what aspect of their life?
Which development completes this chart? -Developments of the Gupta Empire- 1. Hindu-Arabic numerals 2. _____ 3. the field of algebra
The literary piece entitled the Mahabharata is most closely associated with which ancient civilization?
doc
don/donat
duc
fac
teach
give
bring
make; do
Correct spelling?
Correct Spelling?
Correct spelling?
Correct Spelling?
Sudden movements of rock along a fault cause
Most earthquakes occur
When an earthquake occurs, the first seismic waves to reach a nearby city are
The point on Earth's surface directly above where rocks first start to move during an earthquake is the earthquake's
An earthquake in the ocean floor causes a water wave to form. This wave is an example of a(n)
Which of the following help reduce earthquake damage to tall office buildings?
The strength of an earthquake depends in part on the
Secondary waves can travel through
Which seismic wave type causes the most ground motion to occur?
During an earthquake, a large building sank down into the soil it was built on. The soil underneath this building was likely
What is one way that a folded mountain belt can form?
A dense cloud of super-hot gases and rock fragments that races downhill from an erupting volcano is called a
What is a volcano?
What are some of the effects of volcanic eruptions on Earth's atmosphere?
Scientists monitor volcanoes to
Along which type of plate boundary are folded mountains most likely to form?
An opening through which lava, rocks, and gases erupt is called a
Most volcanoes occur
Folded mountains form at tectonic boundaries where
What makes a pyroclastic flow so dangerous?
What is NOT a characteristic of horizon O?
What is NOT a characteristic of horizon A?
What is NOT a characteristic of horizon B?
What is NOT a characteristic of horizon C?
What does Leaching mean?
What does the term Humus mean?
Which type of soil is best for growing crops?
Which type of soil has the smallest particle?
Which type of soil holds water for a long time?
Which type of soil does NOT hold water?
Which property describes how much space is in between particles and how water moves through soil?
Which property describes how a soil feels and depends on the size of the rocks that made it?
Which property describes the visual appearance based on what substance is making up the soil?
Which property depends on how well nutrients are dissolved in water?
What is organic matter?
beach
neighborhood
mountains
forest; woods
town
country (rural)
plains
city
desert
coast
sad
thankful
worried
happy
lazy
scared; frightened
tired
patient
jealous
nervous
confused
content; happy
crazy
depressed
impatient
sick
angry
furious
happy
frustrated
How long does it take for the Moon to rotate once?
What causes the Sun to appear to rise and set?
How long does it take the Moon to revolve around Earth?
What is it called when the phases of the Moon appear to get larger
What kind of eclipse occurs when the Moon blocks sunlight from reaching Earth?
Tides are affected by the position of which celestial bodies?
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Juego al futbol americano.
Los estudiantes dibujan durante la clase.
Me gusta jugar al volibol
Jugamos a las cartas el fin de semana
Derek Jeter plays baseball.
Ms. Mondino draws in class.
Eli Manning plays football.
Nos gusta jugar a los videojuegos en la sala.
We do aerobics in the gym.
I want to play chess.
What the most important Jewish laws called?
What is the most sacred book of Judaism?
What was the diaspora?
Who led the Jews out of Egypt?
Where was Solomon's temple built and rebuilt?
Which religion developed as a result of the blending of different cultures with Aryan religious ideas?
What does the name Buddha mean?
Which religion helped preserve the caste system in India?
Which religion worships dieties which represent different parts of Brahman, the universal spirit.
Each person having a duty to accept his or her place in the world without complaint is called
What are surface currents formed by?
Streamlike movements of the water that occur at or near the surface of the ocean are called
Streamlike movements of ocean water far below the surface are called
Deep currents form
Which of the following does NOT control surface currents?
Most ocean waves are formed by
What are waves that form when a large volume of ocean water is suddenly moved up or down?
Which of the following could cause a tsunami?
The highest point of a wave is called the
The lowest point of a wave is called the
Dorothy enjoys doing this in her spare time
Dorothy's favorite online class to teach is related to...
If you met Dorothy in a dark alley you would most likely...
Dorothy has been in eLearning Services at Francis Tuttle for...
The most likely place to find Dorothy on a warm summer evening is...
If Dorothy were a vegetable she'd probably be...
Dorothy reminds me of...
How many of these questions do I have to answer? (After all, I don't know Dorothy yet.)
How would you best prefer to communicate with Dorothy in this online Class?
Dorothy is...
What shape is a quartz crystal?
________ combine to form crystal structures as magma cool.
Minerals are made up of one or more _________.
A mineral is classified as an ore if it ________________________.
A collector of minerals would want a sample of ___________,
The largest group of rock-forming minerals consists of the _______.
One of the softest minerals is ____________________.
All minerals share the following characteristics EXCEPT that of ____.
All minerals share ____ basic characteristics.
The hardness of quartz is 7. This indicates that quartz will scratch all of the following minerals EXCEPT ____.
Muscovite mica will peel off in flat sheets. This is an example of the physical characteristic called ____.
Calcite will scratch gypsum. This is an example of the physical characteristics called ____.
The properties of being ____ make a diamond a gemstone.
If the cost of separating a mineral from waste rock becomes too great, the mineral may no longer be classified as an ore. This happens because ____.
A gem is _________ and _________
color of a powdered mineral
how light is reflected from a mineral
the tendency of a mineral to break along a smooth, flat surface
the tendency of minerals to break with rough or jagged surfaces
minerals mined because they contain useful substances
Any form of water particles that falls from the atmosphere and reaches the ground.
A cloud that forms in a blanket like layer.
A puffy a cloud that appears to rise up from a flat bottom.
The continuous movement of water between Earth's surface and air.
A cloud that forms at ground level.
A high altitude cloud with a featherlike shape.
Precipitation is long lasting with smaller drops of rain
Often produces great downpours or hail.
Droplets collide and form large raindrops
Heavy rain or snow; not long lasting
Which state of matter has a definite volume, but no definite shape?
What is the process called when a liquid turns into a gas at below boiling temperatures?
Which state of matter has a definite shape and volume?
What is the process called when a gas changes into a liquid
What must happen in order for a liquid to change into a gas?
Which state of matter has no definite shape or volume
What happens during sublimation?
What happens when a gas changes into a liquid?
What is the process called when a liquid changes into a solid?
What is the process called when a liquid changes into a gas rapidly?
Substances that have unique, identifying properties are called
There are two types of pure substances;
An element is a pure substance which is composed of only
A compound is a pure substance which is composed of
Compounds can be decomposed into elements only by
Compounds have a definite chemical composition identified by
When matter is composed of two or more component substances which retain their own identifying properties,
A mixture can be separated
Heterogeneous mixtures
Homogeneous mixtures have components
What is matter?
Milk is an example of what?
How is gas like a liquid?
Which form of matter has its own shape?
A chair is what type of matter?
What form of matter fills all of the space of its container?
Air is an example of what type of matter?
What unit of measurment do we use to measure liquids?
What unti of measurement do we use to measure length?
All forms of matter do what?
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a story from the past
reject
the form of government in which the people elect representatives to govern them
The story that Rome was founded by twins named Romulus and Remus is a . . .
dictator
republic
assembly
senate
A group of 3,00-6,000 soldiers within the Roman army was called a . . .
Attempts to . . .the Roman republic failed and Rome became an empire.
legislative
veto
equal rights
A military unit that helps protect the land is called:
The root 'naut' refers to:
A person who plans where a ship will travel is a :
To learn to steer a boat through the water you must learn to:
The root 'sub' means:
pottery that is brownish-red and made from the earth is called:
people who travel into space so that we may learn more about it are:
a person who studies rocks is called:
astronaut is to space as navigator is to :
traveling around the globe is called:
A substance made up of atoms of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds
Which is an example of a compound?
How can a Compound be broken down?
The elements in a compound
Which of the following best describes chicken noodle soup?
Which of the following substances can only be separated into simpler substances only by chemical means?
In which classification of matter are components chemically combined?
A substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simpler substances by chemical means
A sample of matter, either a single element or a single compound, that has definite chemical and physical properties
A combination of tow or more substances that are not chemically combined
90 - 57
911 - 87
9,006 - 8,792
623 - 107
875 - 296
5 - 2.3
98 - 4.58
542.2 - 6.98
64 - 35.892
23.56 - 5.655
7,654 - 512
What is seven hundred forty-seven and two hundredths in standard form?
What is six and four hundred nine ten thousandths in standard form?
What is two thousand, eight hundred four and twenty-seven thousandths in standard form?
6,472,189.253 Increase the tenths place by 2
6,472,189.253 Decrease by 10,000
6,472,189.253 Increase by 4 hundredths
What is 5/10 as a decimal?
What is 8 cents as a decimal?
What is 247/1,000 as a decimal?
Every food chain begins with what?
Which of the following is NOT a main part of a tree?
Which of the following is a primary consumer?
What are the largest plants in the forest?
What mineral do plants get from the soil?
The light-colored annual rings of a tree are the
What is a protozoan?
Which is the hardest wood on the tree?
What word means to blend in with the environment?
In the autumn, what is trapped inside the leaves?
Which of the following are responsible for decay in the forest?
Wide annual rings indicate
What is one way that the invention of simple tools impacted the lives of early hunter-gatherers?
The earliest tools developed by hunter-gatherers were made of what material?
Which ancient discovery, by early humans, allowed them to work at night?
Which task was most likely to have been given to a woman in a hunter-gatherer society?
To what did the domestication of plants and animals eventually lead?
How did the invention of the plow impact human society?
How did the use of dams and canals impact early human civilizations?
Why did early humans abandon the hunter-gatherer lifestyle?
What did the four early ancient civilizations have in common?
How was the architecture of Ancient Egypt similar to the architecture of Mesopotamia?
What form of writing was developed in Mesopotamia?
What is one way that ancient civilizations such as the one found in the Indus River Valley have impacted modern society?
If a man knocks out the teeth of his equal, his teeth shall be knocked out. From which ancient text is this quote most likely ?
Why was seasonal flooding a benefit to most early civilizations?
How does Taoism use nature to support its teachings?
________ is a type of cell division that results in two daughter cells each having the same number and kind of chromosomes as the parent nucleus
What is the first phase of mitosis?
What phase of mitosis comes after prophase?
What phase of mitosis comes after metaphase?
What phase of mitosis comes after anaphase?
What happens after mitosis in an animal cell?
What phase is the cell in when it's not doing cell division (mitosis)?
What happens during interphase?
What happens to chromosomes during prophase?
What happens to chromosomes during metaphase?
What happens to chromosomes during anaphase.
What happens to chromosomes during telophase?
What two organelles have a big part to play in mitosis?
What is cytokinesis?
the theory that states that Earth’s outer layer is broken into large, slowly moving pieces called tectonic plates
ocean basins, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and mountain building are all examples of...
any place where gas, ash, or melted rock come out of the ground, lava and ash can erupt from its opening called a vent.
A geological event that occurs when a section of rock moves along a fault, or break in Earth’s surface, releasing energy and causing the ground to shake.
the boundary between tectonic plates that are colliding
the boundary between two tectonic plates that are moving away from each other
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Type of weathering that can also be called PHYSICAL weathering
Weathering is a __________________force
________________ is the movement of weathered particles.
Which type of rock can be weathered away to form sediment:
Which type of rock is formed by weathering, erosion, deposition, cementation, and compaction
__________________ is a type of mechanical weathering where particles of rock grind another rock and smooth it out...(Great Sphinx being weathered by sand)
Which of the following is an example of chemical weathering:
These plate boundaries move apart, like in sea floor spreading
Which type of plate boundaries come together?
Type of boundary where plates slide horizontally past one another and cause earthquakes
When the net forces equal 0 N, they are which of the following
What is a force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in contact?
As the distance between two objects increases, the force of gravity between them
Which of the following is opposed by static friction?
When a mover puts furniture on wheels, what type of friction is the mover using to make the job easier
The law of universal gravitation says that gravitational force is
What feature of an object does not affect air resistance?
Why does a ball thrown horizontally follow a curved path downward?
An object is considered in free fall when the force of gravity
To produce a change in motion, a force must be a(n)
Ella es alta, no es
Pedro es un companero muy bueno, no es
Ella no es extrovertida, es muy
Paco no es moreno
TГє no eres inteligente, eres
No es seria, es muy
Este es mi mejor amigo. Es -numero un en la escuela. Que --
El actor es bastante ...
Julian no es atletico, es
No soy perezoso, soy muy
People who spread religious beliefs are called
Which of the following was one effect of Asoka Maurya becoming a Buddhist?
In which way were Asoka Maurya and Siddhartha Gautama similar?
Which of the following occurred before Abraham left Mesopotamia?
The Hebrews' religion is called
Which of these best summarizes the Exodus?
After returning to Canaan, the Hebrews called themselves
How was King David different from King Saul?
Who became the king of the Israilites after David?
Jewish religous leaders were called
Sjabbat begint op .......
Als sjabbat begint wensen wij elkaar ........
De beracha voor het brood heet ..........
Sjabbat wordt vergeleken met een .......
Na afloop van Sjabbat zeggen we ............
Liedjes voor Sjabbat heten ........
We eten een stukje challe met een beetje
We nemen afscheid van Sjabbat door het maken van ......................
Sjabbat is voorbij als we op zaterdagavond.zien dat ........
In de besamiembus zitten .......
Kes neist ei ole metsloom?
Kes on meie metsade kГµige suurem kiskja?
Kes on meie metsade kГµige suurem imetaja?
Kes on omnivoor?
Kelle pojad on väiksena triibulised?
Kes on vГµsavillem?
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