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Mis on karu rahvapärane nimetus?
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When placed in a hypertonic solution a cell will
The movement of water from high to low concentration across a membran is called
The movement of molecules from high to low concentration is called
All of the following are examples of bulk transport except
Which of the following is true about active transport
Facilitated diffusion...
If a salt water fish is placed in a fresh water tank it will...
Which of the following conditions does not affect the rate of diffusion?
If a cell placed in distilled water it swelled because...
We get the energy for active transport from
What particles can matter be made of?
Substances change states depending on____________________
How do particles in a solid move?
The arrangement of particles determines _________________
How are particles in a solid arranged?
How do particles in a liquid move?
Compared to a solid how are particles in a liquid arranged?
How are the particles in a gas arranged compared to those in a liquid?
Compared to a liquid how do particles in a gas move?
Most state changes occur when______
What happens during melting?
Is heat absorbed or released during condensation?
Is heat absorbed or released during evaporation
Is thermal energy absorbed or released during freezing?
Is thermal energy absorbed or released during sublimation?
What happens to a liquid when thermal energy is added?
What happens to a gas as it loses thermal energy?
What happens to a liquid when thermal energy is removed?
What is melting point?
What is boiling point?
What country did the Pilgrims flee from?
Why did the Pilgrims flee?
What was the name of the ship they sailed on?
How many children were on the ship?
Where were the Pilgrims originally trying to land?
Where did the Pilgrims end up at?
Which did Squanto NOT help them do?
What day did the Pilgrims land?
Who declared the first Day of Thanksgiving for our country?
When do we celebrate Thanksgiving now?
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the stress force that pushes a mass of rock in two opposite directions
Fault formed by tension; hanging wall moves down and footwall moves up
Fault formed by compression; hanging wall moves up and footwall moves down
Fault formed by shearing; rocks on either side of the fault slip past each other sideways, with little up or down motion
A fold in rock that bends upward into an arch
A fold in rock that bends downward to form a V shape
Which of the following is not an example of a cultural element of Ancient Egypt?
Which of the following was NOT an Egyptian God or Goddess?
Meaning Many Gods, What term describes the Religion of Ancient Egypt?
Avoiding this was a major theme in Egyptian Religion
The symbols associated with Egyptian language are called
Which of the following was the main medium of economic exchange for Ancient Egypt?
What was the title of the official who was the Pharaoh's representative and chief advisor?
Which is the most accurate description of the government of ancient Egypt
Which of the following group were important in the social hierarchy as they had the duty to teach reading and writing?
Which of the following is NOT an explanation for the construction of pyramids discussed in clas
Which of the following shows members of Egyptian society in the correct order social hierarchy from highest to lowest
Along what river did the Egyptian civilization develop?
What material did Egyptians develop to write and produce art on?
Which of the following was not one of the major periods of Egyptian History
Which of the following was not an Egyptian monarch?
If you see trash on the ground, should you pick it up?
Where should paper go?
How does my poor treatment of the Earth affect animals?
Where should a candy wrapper go?
If I throw my gum out the car window, is that littering?
Should I assume that everyone is caring for the environment?
Which of the following counts as littering?
Which of the following is NOT an effect of pollution?
If I see someone littering or causing pollution, I should...
Why is an oil spill catastrophic?
Which ancient civilization did Hernando Cortes conquer?
Which of the following is a result of the European conquest of Latin America?
Why are the majority of Latin Americans Catholic and speak Spanish or Portuguese?
Which South American physical feature produces one third of the world's oxygen?
What is significant about the location of the Panama Canal?
Which physical feature is located in Chile?
What is the significance of Dia de los Muertos?
Brazil was the only Latin American country claimed by which country?
What is the only Latin America country to have an unlimited government?
Why are the countries of Latin America considered a region?
Which of the following was brought to Latin America through the Columbian Exchange?
Which of the following is a problem for Haiti?
The Mayan culture spread throughout Central America.
Ancient Aztec sculptures represented ______________.
Port Au Prince is the capital of which Caribbean country?
How did the Spanish influence the culture of Latin America?
Which country in Latin America does not speak Spanish?
What did the Europeans bring with them that killed much of the native population?
an area that is surrounded on all sides by land
the condition of not being able to have all of the goods/services one wants
Right to bear arms
Prohibits quartering of troops in time of peace:
Safeguards against excessive bail, fines, and cruel and unusual punishments
Guarantees individual rights not listed to the people and that the government shouldn’t tamper with them:
Protects against unreasonable search and seizure
Protects freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition:
Guarantees the right to a speedy trial with, if needed, a court-appointed lawyer.
Powers not given to the government are reserved to the states:
Guarantees that a person has the right to appear in court:
Guarantees the right to a trial by jury in a civil case
The first 10 amendment are called the:
Denies state governments the power to keep citizens from voting by charging a poll tax
Forbids a state from stopping a person from voting because of race or color
Gives women the right to vote
Tells what to do in case of presidential disability (presidential succession)
Lowers the voting age to 18
Provides for the creation of the electoral college
GIves the people the right to elect their sentaors directly
Gives citizenship to former slaves
Prohibits changes in salaries of U.S senators and representatives from taking effect until the next election
a partially enclosed body of water formed where a river flows into an ocean
includes any water environment and the community of organisms that live there.
contain water that has very little salt in it. can be found in rivers, lakes, and wetlands
saltwater ecosystems. They cover more than 70% of Earth’s surface.
When a community starts to grow in an area that has no soil
a well-adapted species that has become dominant within an ecosystem.
The first organisms to live in an uninhabited area.
a series of stages that occur when an ecosystem is damaged but the soil is left intact, allowing for the original community to regrow.
the process in which organic matter and nutrients slowly build up in a lake or pond ecosystem
an event that changes an ecosystem.
the slow development or replacement of an ecological community by another ecological community over time.
an area of land that is saturated, or soaked, with water for at least part of the year.
On a weather map, a blue line with spikes indicates a
When lightning moves through the air it creates
A rapidly whirling, funnel shaped cloud that reaches from a storm cloud to Earth is a
What type of air mass is warm and wet
Lines joining on a weather map that have the same temperature is a
a dome of water that sweeps across the coast where a hurricane lands is a
Which air mass is dry and warm?
What does a station model include?
When two air masses meet this is formed:
This is the calm area of a hurricane
the part of the Roman republic that elected officials
official who rules with complete power, suppose to be temporary
lawmaking
a group of 3,00-6,000 soldiers within the Roman army
the lawmaking body of the government
improve
the belief that all free citizens should be treated equally under the law
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Being part of the communion of saints, who do we journey with?
When we sing the "litany of saints" at Baptisms we are remembering that the saints are where?
"Tony, Tony, please come 'round. Something's lost that can't be found." refers to which Saint?
St. Andrew (St. Peter's brother) is the patron Saint of what group of people?
St. Clare is the Patron Saint of Television. Why?
St. Hubert saw a deer with a cross in it's antlers on Good Friday morning.He is the Patron Saint of whom?
St. Gabriel carried messages to people. He is the patron saint of whom?
When you pray with the Saints, you acknowledge what?
According to Jolene, what is the difference between a Saint and a saint?
Are your dead relatives a part of you?
average weather pattern of a region
a great rise of sea along a shore
the leading edge of an air mass that is moving into an area where another mass is moving out
swirling storm with a very low pressure at the center
warm air moves in over a cold air mass
cold air moves in under a warm air mass
a violent whirling wind that moves across the ground in a narrow path
a large region of atmosphere where air has similar properties throughout
the amount of the sun\'s energy that reaches Earth at a given time and place
the curving of the path of moving objects caused by Earth\'s rotation
Quel nombre est un nombre entier?
(-20)+(48)
(-89)-(-21)
(30)(-15)
Quel est le plus grand nombre entier?
Quel est le plus petit nombre entier?
(-5)(+7) Quelle est la question?
Quel nombre est un nombre carre?
La racine carree de 225 est...
Le nombre 14 carre egale...
From the selection which type of animation have we learnt about today?
Which type of animation is used for titles of headings?
What is the animation called between slides?
How many times is it best to spin animate a heading?
Is it best to hand draw your animation lines or use preset ones?
Which type of text animation should you try and avoid in the main body of your text?
If I'm adding animation to several images on one slide what is it best to do?
What type of speed should you always use?
What does SOAP stand for?
What is the purpose of animation?
A bland diet would be
A person with chronic conditions would experience them how often?
A pessimistic person demonstrates what type of emotions?
A person with a contemptible action would be:
A malicious rumor would be considered:
An impertinent answer would be :
A diligent worker would be:
A very obtuse person would be:
The incomprehensible lesson was
The car was ideally situated meant:
A bland diet would be
A person with chronic conditions would experience them how often?
A pessimistic person demonstrates what type of emotions?
A person with a contemptible action would be:
A malicious rumor would be considered:
An impertinent answer would be :
A diligent worker would be:
A very obtuse person would be:
The incomprehensible lesson was
The car was ideally situated meant:
An imaginary line that divides one place from another is a _________.
All the shapes that make up the Earth's surface are ____________.
What are the two key parts to climate?
A ___________is part of an ocean that reaches into land.
All the streams and rivers that flow into a larger river is a ___________________.
A long narrow chain of mountains is a ___________________.
A ______________ is a high, flat area of land that rises steeply above the surrounding land.
A ___________is a smaller river or stream that flows into a larger river.
The study of the earth and all the different things on it is _______________.
Which of the following is NOT a state that borders Pennsylvania?
For each molecule of glucose entering glycolysis, there is a net gain of
During cellular respiration
In the Kreb\\\'s cycle, production of ATP requires
To maximise ATP production, glycolsis must be followed by
Glycolysis yields
ATP releases energy when
The final electron acceptor for the electron transport chain of aerobic respiration is which of the following?
In glycolysis
Which of the following is NOT part of cellular respiration?
During glycolysis, NADH is formed when hydrogen atoms are transferred to an electron acceptor called
The first stage in cellular respiration
Citric acid is involved in
Produced up to 38 ATP
produced by cellular respiration
Electrons are transferred from molecule to molecule
Regenerates NAD+ so cell can continue producing ATP in the absence of oxygen
used by organisms to store chemical energy
involved in glycolysis
involves a concentration gradient
Fermentation allows the continued production of ATP even though ___________ is not present
WHAT IS THE POLICY REFERENCE NUMBER FOR ADDRESS VERIFICATIONS
WHAT IS THE STATUS OF THE WFID ONCE YOU HAVE CHANGED THE ADDRESS INFO.
WHAT DOES THE STATUS PADDVR MEAN?
HOW DOES THE POST OFFICE READ THE ADDRESS INFORMATION
WHERE ARE ADDRESS VERIFICATION DERIVED FROM?
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO LOCATE A NAME AND PHONE NUMBER FOR A SUBMISSION IN AWR WHAT ANOTHER METHOD OF CONTACT YOU CAN USE?
ONCE YOU HAVE MADE CHANGES TO THE SUBMISSION INFO, WHAT BUTTON MUST YOU SELECT TO SAVE YOUR INFO?
WHAT 2 WAYS ARE ADDRESS VERIFICATIONS SORTED?
IF YOU HAVE A WFID ON THE HIGH PROFILE LIST, WHAT MUST YOU DO?
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF ADDRESS VERIFICATIONS?
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The court recorder typed a ________ of the entire trial.
The politician would _____ her speech to her assistant, who would then type it out.
The federal level of the legislative branch is called
How many member are in the House of Representatives?
Congress is made up of
Congress can regulate interstate and foreign trade
Congress makes laws for the nation
Congress can declare war
The legislative branch ______ presidential appointments
Congress approves the _____
The legislative branch checks the president when they override a veto and __
The legislative branch checks the courts when they impeach/convict judges and ___
Powers which are specifically listed in the Constitution are ___ powers.
What is the legislative branch at the state level called?
The General Assembly is made up of the ___
The General Assembly meets for a fixed number of days.
Reserved powers are for what level of government?
Foreign policy, regulates commerce and provides for the common defense are the responsibilities of what level of government?
Promoting public health, safety and welfare are the responsibilities of which level of government?
Towns, Cities and Counties are units of ____ government
Each county in Virginia has a
A local law is called a(n)
A sum of money charged for teaching or instruction by a school, college, or university.
The number of people who attend a college
This is the cost of the room or apartment you will live in, along with the cost of food.
Most colleges require on-campus students to purchase a(n)....
An idependent school that sets its own policies and goals, and is privately funded.
Which of the following is an example of a private university
Public Colleges and Universities are partially funded by ____________ dollars.
Because Public Universities are partially funded by tax dollars, they offer __________________ tuition to residents of their states.
The number of students who attend a university divided by the number of teachers in the institution.
A group of courses required by a college in order to receive a degree
An award of financial aid for a student to farther their education. Usually this type of award is given for merit based achievment, such as athletic or academic ability.
A scholarship has to be repaid
This an award given based on economic need and doesn't have to be repaid.
Money that is given to a student to help with the cost of college that has to be repaid with interest.
Private schools are usually much more expensive than Public schools.
What does economic speciaization allow a country to do?
OPEC was created to regulate supply and price of oil. When they reduce the supply, the price does what?
Why do most economies operate somewhere between market and command economy?
Saudi Arabia specializes in _______ and ______________.
Why is a system to change currency important?
Which country has NOT moved to a more market economy?
Israel specializes in ___________
Why do the Israelis invest so much in human capital?
What happens to GDP if you increase the amount of investment in capital goods or human capital?
Why did the U.N. put an embargo on Iraq after the Persian Gulf War?
Do trade barriers ever change or do they stay the same?
Which of these countries is not a major exporter of oil?
Where are most of the nations in OPEC located?
Economic system where the individual takes the financial risk
Economic system where the individual makes the decisions
Economic system where government planning groups make the decisions
Economic System based on customs and habits from the past
2. Economic system that has characteristics of both market and command economies
What is providing water for crops?
What is the layer of undersground rock where water gets trapped?
What is contamination of water, soil, or air by chemicals or waste materials?
What is one of the most important and valuable fossil fuels?
What is the presence of unwhanted materials?
What is electricity produced by falling water?
What is an area that is blocked to collect water?
What is an area of land surrounded by land with no access to water?
What is to discuss in order to come to an agreement?
What is the the name of the organization founded to set oil prices and policies?
Why did the Aztecs expand their empire?
What did the Inca have in place of a writing system?
How did the Aztecs grow food to survive? What did they build?
What was the ancient fortress city of the Incas called?
How did the Inca build without cement?
What was the main crop of the Maya and Aztec?
What was the main crop of the Incas?
What did the Inca create the Mayans and the Aztecs did not?
When were gender roles established in these societies?
What is a writing system that uses picture symbols called?
Plankton
Plant like autotrophic plankton
Only planktonic in its larval stages
Animal like heterotrophic plankton
Remain planktonic through their whole life cycle
A relationship between two organisms in which one organism benefits and the other is unaffected
A relationship between two species in which both species benefit
An interaction in which one organism captures and feeds on another organism
A relationship in which one organism lives on or in a host and harms it.
Each step in a food chain or food web
One responsibility of a para-educator is to
True or False - The number of para-educators is slowly decreasing.
In General - All Para-educators must have
Some barriers to retention include all of the following except
Most para-educators are in which of the following age groups?
More information about para-educators can be found
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are approximately how many para-educators?
Do the paraprofessional requirements apply to volunteers?
Some paraprofessionals work in programs for children ranging in age from birth to age 20 that are supported by Title I funds. Are they required to meet the requirements?
Is a paraprofessional required to take a specific course of study?
A force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
When enough stress builds up in rock, the rock breaks, creating a _____________.
a large area of flat land elevated high above sea level
the stress force that pulls on the crust and thins rock in the middle
the stress force that squeezes rock until it folds or breaks
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The code for a given amino acid consists of ___ bases.
What material make up each nucleotide in a DNA molecule?
The complementary strand to the DNA sequence TAGTCA would be
Which of the following statements is FALSE?
In a DNA molecule, which of the following bases pair together?
A gene is ___.
DNA ___.
In incomplete dominance, ___.
Watson and Crick ___.
Chemist Rosalind Franklin was able to ___ using X-ray diffraction.
The whitetail's coat turns reddish brown in the summer and what color in the fall and winter?
True or False . Mountain goats shed their horns every year.
A group of mountain goats is called a (n)
How many species of spiders are there?
Of the spiders we talked about what is the most venomous spider?
The whitetail fawn has white spots that are used as camoflage. What do the spots imitate?
A buck's antlers are covered with ____ while they are growing.
Whitetail deer leaves signs behind that they have been in an area? What are they?
True or False. Whitetail deer are a nonrenewable resource.
How many families of spiders live in North America?
Male Mountain goats are called
Baby goats are called
Which of the goats is like the head of the group?
True or False. Mountain Goats shed their fur coats each spring.
How many body parts does a spider have?
Tarantulas inject venom with their
How many eyes does a spider have?
For defense, tarantulas use the stinging hairs on their ________.
What identifying mark does the brown recluse have?
A whitetail deer habitat has 4 parts-Food, water, space and what?
Genes are composed of subunits known as ___.
Chargaff's rules state that the amount of ___ in DNA is always equal to the amount of guanine.
Chargaff's rules are represented as ___.
In a DNA strand, the sides of the ladder are made of ___.
In a DNA strand, the rungs of the ladder are made of ___.
If a human being has about 30,000 genes and there are about 30,000 bases in each human gene, about how many bases are in all the genes?
What would the complementary strand of DNA be for the sequence bases ACCTAGTTG?
The white tiger having blue eyes is an example of ___.
A red snapdragon flower cossing with a white snapdragon flower and producing a pink snapdragon flower is an example of ___.
The color of your eyes is an example of ___.
When iron is oxidized during chemical weathering you get:
How many years would it take for the Colorado River to weather and erode the Grand Canyon?
Weathering and Erosion are what type of forces that change the earth's surface?
From TOP to BOTTOM, what are the horizons of the soil?
Which layer of soil would be the most FERTILE?
The process that carries weathered rock away is known as:
Which of the following have a negative (bad) impact on the quailty of soil in our environment?
Which of the following are ways to CONSERVE soil and prevent erosion?
Oragnisms like earthworms and bacteria that break down the remains of organisms and recycle soil are BEST known as:
Which historical event happened because good soil conservation methods were not being used?
What is an object that appears to stay in place that helps you detect motion in another object?
Which is an example of friction that is helpful?
To calculate an object's acceleration, you need to know
The gravitational pull is greater between two objects that
What is the net force of an object when you combine a force of 10 N north with a force of 5 N south?
Mass is
Dividing the total distance traveled by the total time is how to calculate
The difference between speed and velocity is that
To produce change in motion, a force must be a(n)
When a mover puts furniture on a dolly with wheels, which type of friction is the mover using to make his job easier?
Friction occurs because of
A hiker's velocity begins at 1.8m/s uphill and changes to 1.5 m/s uphill. How do you know that the hiker has a negative acceleration?
In which of the following is a skater NOT accelerating?
A student has a weight of 420 N on Earth. What is the student's weight on the moon. (Moon's gravity = 1/6 of Earth's gravity)
An unbalanced force can cause an object's motion to change by
The law of universal gravitiation says that gravitational force is
_______ is a push or pull that always acts on an object.
A change in a moving object's speed or direction is _____________.
A force that always acts to oppose motion
A measure that does not change when an object's location change
What Ancestry do more than 2/3rds of Canadians share?
Who are the First Nations?
What two European countries first struggled to control Canada?
Which province, or area of Canada, remained largely under French under British control?
Which Provinces made up the old Dominion of Canada?
How does Canada publicly support its different citizen groups?
What freedoms are guaranteed in Canada?
What factors influence where Canadians live?
Why do Few Canadians live in the northern regions?
Where do one quarter of all Canadians live?
An experimental science begins with this.
Which of the following is not an example of a result from a science experiment?
Which of the following is most important in an experiment?
What should you do if your results are not at all what you expected?
Which of these people are responsible for your experiment's ultimate success?
Which variable is the manipulated or changed by the experiment?
How should a good data be measured?
What is the purpose of the conclusion?
A hypothesis is...
What is the purpose of following the scientific method in doing an experiment?
Miguel is dancing.
I am reading.
Mom is bringing the food to the dining room.
We are drinking the refreshment
My brother is sleeping.
The students are running.
They are playing chess.
He is listening to the music
My sister is writing a letter.
I am talking
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__________Take in carbon dioxide gas from the air during the food making process called photosynthesis
Shows the amount of energy that moves from one feeding level to another in a food web
Are consumers that feed directly on the producers
The tallest layer of the rain forest which receives the most sunlight is the
Organisms that live in this biome must be adapted to little or no rain and to extreme temperatures
Permafrost, where the soils is frozen all year occurs in this biome
An area that is populated by grasses and other nonwoody plants is called
A food web that consists of many overlapping food chains is called a
A fox that eats a rabbit that feeds on flowers is called a
The process by which molecule of water change from a liquid into a gas is called
Plants in this level of the rain forest grow well in shade
Trees that shed their leaves and grow new ones each year are called
A savanna is considered to be this type of biome
Boreal Forest have mostly this type of tree
Each level of the Energy Pyramid has only what % of the energy the level beneath it had
Consumers that eat only plants are called
A Squirrel that eats nuts and bird eggs is a
What color will litmus paper change when dipped in lemon juice
What color will litmus paper turn when it is dipped in dish soap?
What is the pH of an acid?
The pH scale goes from
What ions are produced when an acid is dissolved in water
What ions are produced when an acid is dissolved in water
Bases are considered to be corrosive
Acids taste........
Bases taste......
Neutrals have a pH ....
cual es un verbo?
cual es un adjetivo
cual es un noun?
cual es un adverbio?
cual es un verbo?
cual es un adjetivo?
cual es un verbo?
cual es un adjetivo?
cual es un noun?
cual es un noun?
What are violent movements of the Earth's surface
The exact place on Earth that something can be found
What is it called when the daylight and night-time hours are the same.
A narrow neck of land that connects two larger pieces of land is a/an _______.
the line of longitude that runs through Greenwich, England.
THe theme of geography that includes people migrating from place to place
What is the area around the Pacific Ocean called where there are frequent volcanic eruptions.
The Earth takes a year to make one complete ______________ around the sun.
What is the process of moving water from the oceans, to the air, back to the ground?
What is the area between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn referred to?
What is a map?
Which of the following is a globe?
Map symbols are_____________________.
A map key _________________________.
What are cardinal directions?
A map scale_____________________.
What are intermediate directions?
What is a compass rose?
What is a map scale?
What is a title on a map?
What is a grid map?
la chica
la carpeta de argollas
la bandera
el borrador
la goma
Which of the following are two ways of saying pen in Spanish?
el cartel
la cartelera
The word for stapler is...
The word for bookshelf is...
Screen
El pupitre
door
ceiling
el piso
la mesa
scissors
waste bin
la mochila
ruler
The layer of cells in a woody stem, which divide to produce new xylem and phloem
A structure that contains an egg cell
An angiosperm that produces seeds with two seed leaves
A plant's growth response toward or away from a stimulus is called a
A chemical that speeds up the rate at which a plant's cells grow
This material travels in xylem
This material travel is phloem
When a flower is still a bud, it is enclosed by leaf-like structures called
The leaf-like parts of a flower
The male reproductive part of a flower
The female parts of flowers
This type of plant complete a life cycle in one growing season
This type of plant completes a life cycle in two years
This type of plant lives for many that two years
The wedding invitation was written in beautiful _______ .
The ____ on the headstone included a few lines from a famous poem.
Even though I disagreed with his theory, I had no evidence to _______ him
In the 1800s, sending a _____ was the fastest way to quickly send a message over a long distance.
It was difficult to hear the _______ details of the accident.
My doctor wrote me a ______ for medicine when I was ill.
The author retells every fascinating detail of her childhood in her ________ , which is going on sale next month.
The king's army enforce his ____ that stated that no one could be out in public after 9:00 p.m.
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A(n) ____ is a large body of air that has the same properties as the Earth's surface over which it develops.
____ humidity is a measure of the amount of water vapor that air is holding compared to the amount needed for saturation at a specific temperature
The boundary between cold and warm air masses is called a ____.
When air contains as much moisture as possible at a specific temperature, it is ____.
High, thin, white, feathery clouds containing ice crystals are usually associated with fair weather, but they can also indicate approaching storms. These clouds are called ____ clouds.
The interaction of air, water, and ____ causes weather.
To keep track of high-and low-pressure areas, weather maps are drawn with lines connecting points of equal atmospheric pressure. These lines are called ____.
Clouds form as warm air rises, expands, cools, and becomes saturated, and then ____ condense(s) into tiny drops, which collect.
High pressure means good weather because ____.
Heat from the sun reaches you by
Ivan Pavlov's experiments with dogs yielded information about which of the following?
In what way does classical conditioning help animals and people?
Under what conditions can spontaneous recovery occur?
Which of the following refers to a classical conditioning method that exposes an individual to a harmless stimulus until fear responses to that stimulus are extinguished?
Through operant conditioning, people learn to control which of the following?
What is the process by which a stimulus increases the chances of a preceding behavior occurring again?
Primary and secondary reinforcers are important in which of the following?
Which of the following adjectives best describes the way that cognitive psychologists view learning?
What did E. C. Tolman's experiments on rats show?
People who watch a lot of violence on television are more likely to be violent in part because of
What type of conditioning pairs a pleasant stimulus with a fearful one in order to counteract the fear?
Which of the following is an example of negative reinforcement?
Which of the following reinforcement schedules would be the most effective?
Mental picture is another term for which of the following?
Which of the following is an example of observational learning?
If you want to use a personal contract to change a behavior, who do you make it with?
Which step in the PQ4R method involves relating new information to what you already know?
Which of the following is the correct way for students to recite using the PQ4R method?
Flooding is a method of behavior modification that uses relaxation techniques to "flood" a person with good feelings while exposing them to the object of their fear.
Generalization is a form of classical conditioning that enables animals and people to adapt to their environment.
Classical conditioning is a form of learning in which people and animals learn to do certain things because of the results of what they do.
Punishment is not a form of negative reinforcement.
Behaviors learned through partial reinforcement tend to last longer after they are no longer being reinforced than behaviors learned through continuous reinforcement.
Shaping and chaining are methods of breaking complex tasks down into parts that can be mastered separately.
Cognitive psychologists are interested in what people know, not just what they do.
Most health professionals agree that there is no connection between media violence and aggression.
What increases the frequency of the behavior that follows when they are removed?
What is the kind of learning that remains hidden until it is needed?
What is the type of learning that is spread out over several days or weeks?
What is the behavior modification in which a person sets goals and creates a system of rewards to encourage the desired behavior?
What is a High?
What is the Coriolis effect?
Where are the doldrums located?
Which direction does the northern hemisphere rotate?
Which direction does the southern hemisphere rotate?
What is the cause of winds?
Which measures the distance in degrees from the equator?
Which measures the distance from the Prime Meridian?
What are the horse latitudes?
Which winds blow toward the equator from the high-pressure regions of the horse latitudes?
What is heat transferred by currents of hot air?
What is heat transfered by direct contact?
What is the cloest point to the sun?
What is heat transferred by direct contact?
What is solar radiation that reaches the earth?
Thermal engergy in transit is called?
About how much of the earth's surface is covered with water?
If the temperature of a gas expands, what happens to its temperature?
What is the greenhouse effect?
What is the energy budget?
When forces act in opposite directions they are called:
All forces on an object can be added together to give the:
An object's weight equals its mass times:
An object weighs less on the moon because:
When the distance between two objects increases, the gravitational force between them:
When the masses of two objects increase, the gravitational force between them:
A diver slows down in the water due to:
When an object moves only under the force of gravity, the object experiences:
According to Newton's second law, force equals mass times:
An unbalanced force acting on an object will cause the object:
Wie waren de eerste Joden?
Avraham geloofde als eerste mens dat ......
Avraham vraagt God de stad Sedom niet te verwoesten als er nog ...... (hoeveel) goede mensen wonen.
Wat doet Avraham als hij voor de ingang van zijn tent zit en 3 onbekende mannen ziet
Hoeveel nakomelingen belooft God aan Avraham?
Wat is het teken van het Verbond tussen God en Avraham?
Als Sara 90 jaar is, hoort zij dat ze een zoon zal krijgen. Zij moet daarom ......
De zoon die Avraham en Sara krijgen heet:
Sara geeft haar slavin Hagar als 2de vrouw aan Avraham, Avraham en Hagar krijgen een zoon. Die zoon heet .....
Avraham koopt de grot van Machpala. H ij gebruikt de grot als:
Most genetic disorders, such as sickle cell anemia, are due to a ___.
Genetic engineering is currently used to ___.
Which of the following could cause sickle cell anemia?
Which of the following is NOT a step in making a protein?
The human body contains about 50,000 different kinds of ___, which are made of amino acids.
The factory through which the protein assembly line is fed is the ___.
In order to make a protein, extra amino acids must be brought from the ___ to join with the complementary copy of the DNA strand.
An original base sequence of DNA, AAACCCGGG, changes to AAACACGGG. This mutation is known as a ___.
An original base sequence of DNA, AAACCCGGG, changes to AAACCGGG. This mutation is known as a ___.
A mutation in DNA could result in ___.
What is the purpose of photosynthesis?
Which of the following is made during photosynthesis?
Which of the following can affect the rate of photosynthesis?
Which of the following organisms performs photosynthesis?
Which of the following is TRUE regarding photosynthesis?
Which of the following is TRUE regarding respiration?
Which of the following is true.
Which of the following is true?
Anaerobic respiration occurs when
Respiration happens in the
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A neutron is...
Electrons are...
The vast majority of an atoms mass comes from its...
In an atom, the electrons are located...
The number of electrons that fit into one level around the nucleus is...
Electrons are held around the nucleus of an atom by...
Valence electrons are...
One of the causes of WWII was?
What was Hitler's Final Solution?
How many soldiers of China were killed in WWII?
The Axis countries included
What was the immediate cause of WWII?
What was Russia called in WWII?
Why were there so many women working in factories in the 1940s?
One of the names given to women working in factories was
How long was the attack on Pearl Harbor?
How many tanks were involved in the Battle of Kursk?
Okinawa was known as one of the ______________ battles
Who was the leader of Germany in WWII?
Bulgaria and Romania joined the
How long did it take Germany to take over France?
What was the US strategy in the Pacific?
The 2 theaters of war in WWII were?
D-Day was
The war in the Pacific basically involved
How long did it take to win control of Guadacanal?
Who was the leader of the Allied troops in Europe?
The Periodic Law states that...
In the periodic table, elements located in the same row generally have the same number of...
In the periodic table, elements located in the same column generally have the same number of...
In the periodic table, the horizontal rows are called..
In the periodic table, the vertical columns are called...
Elements tend to have similar chemical properties to other elements that are located in the same...
The vast majority of the elements of the periodic table are...
In the periodic table, most of the nonmetals are listed on the...
Hydrogen is...
The Alkali Metals are very reactive when placed in water. The strength of this reaction increases as...
The US was a member of this alliance
The United States joined WWII after this event
People in the US supported the war by
Women's dresses were this length in the 1940s
WAVES, WASPS and WACS were
The Holocaust refers to
Who was the leader of Great Britain in WWII?
What was the type of music that became popular in the 1940s?
Franklin Roosevelt called December 7, 1941 a date that
Who was the head of the US Navy in the Pacific?
Audie Murphy was the
What was the most common form of home entertainment in the 1940s?
What did the US quit producing in the 1940s to support the war effort?
What is the term that means trying to eliminate an entire group of people?
What were concentration camps?
Who was the President that decided to use the atomic bomb on Japan?
What was the largest water-to-land invasion in history?
What group of people were held in internment camps in the US during the war?
Which Axis power surrendered first?
What type of political system is fascism?
In a covalent bond, atoms...
In an ionic bond, atoms...
Why can't a third Hydrogen atom join the two Hydrogen atoms forming a Hydrogen molecule?
When two unattached Hydrogen atoms move near each other, ...
In order for a covalent bond to happen, ...
When atoms bond, the molecule is held together by...
In an ionic bond,...
In an ionic bond,...
An atom that looses an electron when bonding will become a...
In an ionic bond, the atoms are held together because...
If d = 2, e = 3, f = 6, and g = 12, what is the value of def?
If d = 2, e = 3, f = 6, and g = 12, what is the value of (d + g) - (e + f)
If d = 2, e = 3, f = 6, and g = 12, what is the value of g / d.
If m = 2, what is the value of m + 10
If m = 4, what is the value of 12m - 4?
If r = 6, what is the value of 6r - 4?
What is the value of 144/m, if m = 12?
What is the value of 7m + 8, if m = 11
What is the value of 15g, if g = 4?
What is the value of st, if s = 9 and t = 8?
enclosure for capturing livestocl
A Great Plains farmer
A group of farmers that pool money to make purchases
reservation
vaquero
wholesale
treaty
lode
travois
vigilantes
Who is the current president?
Who is running for President?
A
B
C
D
e
F
G
H
break down biotic wastes and dead organisms and return the raw material to the ecosystem
The process of changing free nitrogen into its usable form
The process by which a gas changes into a liquid
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(-10)(+56)
(-1)(+3)(-9)
(-6)(+6)(-8)(0)(-4)
Le produit est -48. Quelle est la question?
Quels deux nombres vont donner le plus grand produit? -6, -9, +4, +9, -7
Quel est le produit de (-57)(-47)?
Quel est le produit de (88)(-42)
Lise a achete six paires de souliers et a paye 42$ par paire. Combien a-t-elle depense?
Quel trois nombres forment un triangle rectangle?
Un triangle rectangle est un triangle avec...
___ allows scientists to transfer genes for one organism to another
___ is a tool for tracing a genetic trait through generations of a family.
Examples of chemical ___ includes asbestos and chemicals found in cigarette smoke.
If a mutation occurs in the DNA of ___ cells, it can be passed from one generation to the next.
If a change occurs in a base sequence of a DNA, it might cause a different ___ to be substituted in a protein.
Sickle cell anemia is a disease that affects red blood cells. This is the result of a mutation called a ___.
One effect of the ___ that is responsible for sickle cell disease is that sickled cells are not as good as normal cells at carrying oxygen through the body.
A disease that occurs when a child inherits a defective gene from parents who do not suffer from the disease in a ___ disorder.
In a pedigree, a solid square or circle indicates that the person ___.
In a pedigree, a half filled square or circle indicates that the person ___.
an act against a holy person or place
impossible to solve or fix
to remember; to recall
devoted to sensual pleasure; lacking moral restraint
determined; steadfast
plentiful; abundant
overflowing with words or feelings; gushing
not concentrated or focused; wordy
existing as a natural part
a follower of a person or idea
Which is not a landform?
Which would be an example of slow change of a landform?
What is erosion?
Which of the following would be an important cause of weathering?
What is deposition?
Waves come up on the beach and start to change the look of the beach. What would this be called?
What is a delta?
Dunes are created by what agent of weathering?
U-shaped valleys are caused by what type of erosion?
What form of mass movment takes place slowly?
The Northeast today includes...
In a democracy, leaders are chosen by
Which gave our nation its freedom?
On the Erie Canal, boats can travel from Lake Erie all the way to
Which phrase best describes New York City?
Mass production is a way of
Your right to say what you think is protected under the
This branch of government makes laws:
Workers who filled the first factories in the Northeast were
Out of all the states in the Northeast, Ms. T would most like to visit:
Most of the life of any cell is spent in a period of cell growth and development called ______
All of the following are true of animals and plant cells during mitosis EXCEPT ______.
All of the following are composed of body cells EXCEPT ______.
Each human skin cell has ______ pairs of chromosomes.
Human sex cells have ______ individual chromosomes.
In sexual reproduction, a new organism is produced when ______.
By ______, a new organism can grow from just a part of the parent organism.
In ______, a new organism grows from the body of the parent organism.
The number of chromosomes in a sex cell of an organism is its ______ chromosome number.
Meiosis consists of ______ division(s) of the nucleus.
At the end of meiosis, ______ cells have been produced from one cell.
Proteins are made of units called ______, which are linked together in a specific order.
The code for making proteins is carried to the ribosomes by ______.
In DNA, adenine always pairs with ______.
nucleolus and nuclear membrane disappear, spindle fibers and centrioles appear ____________________
duplicated chromosomes (pairs of chromatids) line up in the center of the cell and attach to spindle fibers at centromere ____________________
centromere divides, chromatids split and identical chromosomes move to opposite ends of cell. ____________________
spindle fibers disappear, new nucleus forms at each end of the cell ____________________
used to make human body cells
a nucleic acid which carries the code for making proteins from the nucleus to the ribosomes
a
b
c
d
e
f
7
9 matches with t
10 matches with g
11 matches with a
All of the following could cause a change in air pressure except ________________.
Air that moves _________ is called wind.
A(n) ___________ is air that rises up, usually quickly.
A circular pattern of air rising, air sinking, and wind is called a ________________.
The _________ Effect causes wind in the Northern hemisphere to curve to the right.
A breeze that blows from sea to land is called a(n) _______________________.
Polar easterlies, Prevailing westerlies, and trade winds are examples of __________.
A(n) ___________ is a line on a weather map used to connect places of equal air pressure.
A _________ is a device that measures wind speed.
A hurricane is a 12 pointer on the _________________ scale.
What is the space or area in which things can be seen through the lens of a microscope?
What is the unit used for measuring microscopic objects?
What is a slide that provides a reservoir with more depth for holding thicker specimens?
What type of specimen would you put in a well slide?
What is another name for a well slide?
What is a description of a substance that means clear, able to let light through?
What is one of the most common minerals found in great abundance both in the earth and sea water?
What has distinctive, needle-like crystals and ranges from transparent to white?
What are three properties of table salt?
What is another name for table salt?
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What did the Opium War and the Boxer Rebellion have in common?
Why did Britain sell opium to China?
Which of the following was NOT a positive aspect of industrialization?
The Industrial Revolution began in what country?
Eli Whitney invented which of the following:
What natural resource fueled the Industrial Revolution?
Which of the following became a major source of labor during the Industrial Revolution?
The purpose of Jethro Tull’s invention was to drill a seed into the ground and then cover it with dirt. The name of this invention was:
The British were primarily interested in India’s:
The Crimean War revealed what about the Russians?
Muhammad Ali, the Egyptian leader, brought Egypt:
Which event allowed for imperialism, especially of Africa, to fully begin:
When you compare two things and use the words like or as, it is called a...
When you say one thing is another thing (something that it isn't) without using words like or as, you are using a...
When you give something human qualities and it is not alive, you use a...
My cousin is no angel. That is an example of...
Your room is a pig pen. That is an example of....
Joe ran down the hall like he was on fire. That is an example of...
My computer died the other day. That is an example of...
My book bag was hiding in the corner. That is an example of....
My cousins fight like cats and dogs. That is an example of a...
Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you will get. That is an example of....
School is a roller coaster that you have to ride. That is an example of...
That girl is a fish out of water when she tries to play basketball. That is an example of...
The wind yelled and screamed during the storm. That is an example of...
Our car started to complain when my mom turned the key. That is an example of...
The sun smiled down at me when I made 100 on my test. That is an example of...
Gdje je sjedište Organizacije ujedinjenih naroda (OUN)?
Kojom međunarodnom kraticom označavamo Ured visokog povjerenika UN-a za izbjeglice?
Koja od navedenih država ima najviši udio nepismenih (2012.)?
Gdje je sjedište skupine G-8?
Kojom međunarodnom kraticom označavamo Organizaciju UN-a za obrazovanje, znanost i kulturu?
Koja od navedenih država ima najviši BDP per capita (2012.)?
Gdje je sjedište NATO saveza?
Kojom međunarodnom kraticom označavamo Savez zemalja jugoistočne Azije?
Koja je od navedenih država posljednja pristupila Europskoj uniji?
Gdje je sjedište Svjetske banke?
Kojom međunarodnom kraticom označavamo Latinskoameričku udrugu za integraciju?
Koja od navedenih država ima najniži udio internetskih korisnika (2010.)?
Gdje je sjedište Europske centralne banke?
Kojom međunarodnom kraticom označavamo Sjevernoamerički sporazum o slobodnoj trgovini?
Koja od navedenih regija najviše sudjeluje u svjetskoj trgovini?
Gdje je sjedište OPEC-a?
Kojom međunarodnom kraticom označavamo Kanadsko-američki sporazum o slobodnoj trgovini?
Koja od navedenih država najranije pristupila Europskoj zajednici?
Koja od navedenih regija najmanje sudjeluje u svjetskoj trgovini?
Koja od navedenih država ima najniži BDP per capita (2012.)?
Explain why photosynthesis and respiration are considered opposite processes.
Compare and contrast passive transport and active transport.
Identify two kinds of nucleic acids and explain the function of each.
How is the structure of DNA related to DNA replication?
Interphase sometimes is referred to as the “resting” stage of the cell cycle. Why is this reference misleading?
What is the basic difference between the autotrophs and the heterotrophs?
How do the heterotrophs depend on the autotrophs? Choose the BEST answer.
Interphase sometimes is referred to as the “resting” stage of the cell cycle. Why is this reference misleading? Choose the BEST answer.
Which are autotrophs?
Which are hetertrophs?
Proteins are made up of smaller units called______.
_________ is an inorganic compound?
______ is the main method by which small molecules move across the cell membrane.
Plants use sunlight to make food in a process called ______.
The first stage of respiration takes place in the ______.
One product of fermentation in yeast cells is ______.
DNA replication occurs during ____.
The final stage of the cell cycle is called _____.
During DNA replication, adenine pairs only with _______.
The cell grows to its mature size during _________.
Most______in cells could not take place without water.
_____________ is the diffusion of water molecules through a selectively permeable membrane.
The pigment in green plants that captures the energy in sunlight is called ______.
Most of the energy that is released during respiration is produced in the _______.
Each identical rod in a chromosome is called a(n) ________.
A(n)_______ is a pure substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances.
Carbon dioxide enters leaves through _______.
The raw materials of photosynthesis are ______and ______.
The main difference between respiration and fermentation is that fermentation does not use _____.
During the ______ stage of the cell cycle, the cell’s nucleus divides into two new nuclei.
Which of the following could the Articles of Confederation do?
What is a confederation?
Which of the following is NOT a problem caused by the Articles of Confederation?
Which is NOT an example of direct democracy?
Which of the following could the Articles of Confederation not do?
What was the name of America's first plan of government?
Which event led to the writing of a new constitution for America?
Which is not a grievance that the colonists had with the King?
Tyranny is
Who is credited with introducing America to the concept of separation of powers?
Brandon _______ un perro para su cumpleaños.
La hermana de Brandon se llama ______.
La hermana de Brandon tiene ______ de mascota.
En el parque de perros hay muchos _____.
Brandon solamente tiene _____ años.
El cumpleaños de Brandon es el ______.
El perro de Jake se llama _____ .
Tigre es un perro inteligente y ____.
Brandon ______ al perrito a su casa. (llevar)
El amigo de Brandon se llama ___.
The Atomic Number of an element is equal to...
A proton is...
An electron is...
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Which of the following is NOT a natural resource?
Which of the following natural resources is inexhaustible?
Which of the following are TRUE concerning the carbon cycle:
During part of the water cycle, water from the ocean gains energy and turns into water vapor. What is the name of this process?
Which of the following natural resources is renewable?
Plants obtain nitrogen by:
Which of the following is NOT part of the creation of fossil fuels?
Which of the following natural resources is nonrenewable?
Clouds forming is an example of which water cycle process?
Scientists believe that the Earth once had a single super-continent named Pangaea. What is the name of the process that allowed the continents to move apart?
The student accepted the first place spelling bee prize with ______________.
So as not to make herself ________________, the old woman asked a young man to walk her to her car
Due to the recession, it is important to be thrifty while shopping for gifts this holiday season.
Despite the failing grades on his report card, Matt was determined to ______________.
Even though she lost the election, the candidate walked off the stage with integrity.
The moon looked _____________ when I looked at it through a telescope.
The word immenseness is ....
The word humble is ....
The word vulnerably is ...
The word persevere is ....
Heat is
Temperature is
The ___________ system is most often used in science to measure temperature
Heat Capacity is
The heat capacity of water
Water becomes __________ when it freezes. This is __________ most substances
The heat that is lost without a change in temperature when water freezes is called
The heat required to vaporize a substance is called
The tendency for water to resist temperatue chang is called__________. It is one of the factors in establishing __________
Low temperature and high salinity make sea water _________ dense
The ocean is stratified with __________ layers below ________ layers
The surface zone accounts for approximatel _______ percent of the ocean's volume
The thermocline is the boundary between layers of water with differeing _________
Particles in water _________ light, and water ___________ light, turning it into heat
The ________ zone is the area of the ocean that sunlight never reaches
The advantage of ocean based life over land based life, with respect to temperature, is that the coolnes of the water makes the organisms live longer
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