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A _____________ is an organisms with an internal temperature the same as or close to the surrounding sea water's temperature
The advantage to being an endotherm is
Sound travels through water ____________ in air
Hydrostatic pressure has a/an __________effect on marine organisms. This is because the pressure inside their tissues is ___________ the surrounding pressure
The ratio between a cell's surface and its volume _________ as the diameter increases
A high surface to volume ratio is important to cell function because
Buoyancy affects marine organism by
The most common adaptation for overcoming water resistance is
Drifting with water movement may
How many acres is the Bishop Campus
What is the seating capacity of Bishop's chapel?
What is the name of your text book
What chapter is the test on
What is Bishop's mascot?
What part of your mouth is chemical breakdown?
What are the organs that food pass through during digestion?
What gas does your body release as a waste product?
What are the functions of your blood?
Does exercising increase or decrease your heart rate?
How does food size affect the time of digestion?
What part of your eye focuses light?
What is the function of your liver?
What body system is your brain part of?
What two body systems does your heart work with?
A real-estate tycoon could be
if a person abhors violence, he...
a quota of tickets would be:
a person with congeniality would demonstrate:
a jovial person would be
To be a cynical person would be
the intimate journal would be
to dupe someone, would be to:
the gaudy tie, looked:
a person who is an extrovert, would be:
Dunes form where the wind is stron and the soil is wet.
Wind and water are two of the most powerful agents that constantly change the surface features of the earth.
Flat land is more likely to be affected by mass wasting than steep land
Heavier particles travel greater distances than lighter particles when they are moved by wind or water.
Mountain slopes generally have more fertile soil than river valleys do.
Earth alone has fertile soil because Earth alone has soil that contains living things
The soil horizon next to the bedrock is broken into tiny grains because of the weight of the soil above it
Unvonformities from when movements in the Earth's crust lift buried rock layers to the surface, exposing the layers to erosion
A bird is more likely to form a fossil than a worm is.
Dinosaur bones can tell us how old the Earth is.
What processes are involved in mechanical weathering of the Earth?
Describe the processes that contribute to chemical weathering of the Earth.
List factors that determine how quickly rock is weathered.
List forces that lead to the erosion of land
The type of rock most easily weathered is:
Landslides are triggered by:
Which is not a force that promotes erosion?
Which of the following is not used for flood control?
Water is responsible for mechanical weathering of rocks through changes in:
Landslides, mudflows, and soil creep are all similar in that:
Who invented the microscope?
Printed matter is made up of a complex arrangement of________?
The _________ of the dots determines how light or how dark an image is.
The 3 primary colors are:
A blend of colors is called:
Which paper has sharper and clearer pictures?
What is a word that means smallest?
French art of the 1800s that uses small dots of color that blend together from a distance is called:
When observing a specimen on the microscope, place your slide on the________.
When focusing a specimen on the microscope, use the_______.
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If we look at a blue object under red light, we see the object as...
Of all of the colors of the visible spectrum, red light has the...
We can see ______________________ wavelengths of light.
Refraction is...
A prism is...
Of all of the colors of the visible spectrum, violet light has the...
Which model works well when one teacher has stronger content knowledge?
Both teachers teaching the same content to different groups is called
Alternative teaching
Having multiple small groups rotating through activities is called
Co-teachers should
The teaching model that requires the most planning is
Co-teaching is good for
When co-teaching teachers should
Which of the following is an important component of co-teaching?
Who is ultimately responsible for al the students in a co-teaching model?
Solids have...
Liquids have...
Gasses have...
In order to get ice to change to liquid water, we need to add...
The particles in a solid...
The particles in a liquid...
The particles in a gas...
The spaces between the particles in a solid are...
The spaces between particles in a liquid are...
The spaces between particles in a gas are...
An object's volume is a measure of...
An object's mass is a measure of...
An object's density is a measure of...
In order to find an object's density, we need to know its...
Which equation correctly expresses the relationship between density, mass, and volume?
If an object floats in water, it must be...
The buoyancy of an object is its...
If two different liquids are put in a graduated cylinder, the one with a lower ______________ will end up on top.
The buoyancy of an object depends on...
An object's weight is a measure of...
Define spree killing.
Which of the following describes a mass killing?
Most perpetrators of spree and mass killings are:
What is the general outcome of mass murders?
We watched a video on the Virginia Tech massacre. Who was the perpetrator of the attack?
Which of the following is the definition of kidnapping?
Why do people kidnap?
How does someone profit from kidnapping?
Identify the term that is used to explain the series of psychological symptoms that occur in people that are abducted or held hostage, in which they develop feelings of attachment to their captor.
What is a factor that will lead to stockholm syndrome?
There are three different “types” of kidnappers. Identify one.
Which of the following is the definition of virtual kidnapping?
Jaycee Dugard spent ___________ years captive.
All of the following are reasons Jaycee didn’t escape her captors, EXCEPT:
Jaycee and her daughters lived where during her captivity?
How were Jaycee and her daughters finally rescued?
Why did Philip and Nancy take the plea deal?
Elizabeth Smart was the 2nd child of six in a wealthy family in Utah. After she was released she stated that her religion got her through her nine months of captivity. What religion is she?
Brian David Mitchell believed he was a prophet named…
The night that Elizabeth was kidnapped, Brian made her what?
When Elizabeth was held captive in the woods behind her house she could hear her uncle calling her name. Why did she not respond or attempt to run away?
How did Mitchell protect Elizabeth’s identity when he took her into public?
How did Elizabeth finally get free?
Which of the following is how Mitchell met the Smart family?
Which of the following has Elizabeth done for other survivors?
Josef Fritzl kidnapped his own daughter claiming what?
Elisabeth spent the first _______ months of her 24 years tied up to a wall.
Identify the two groups of the seven children Elisabeth had during her captivity.
How did Elisabeth finally get free?
Which of the following is an example of some of the reactions to freedom of the children and Elisabeth?
How was Shawn Hornbeck abducted?
What was interesting and unique to Shawn Hornbeck’s case?
Which of the following celebrities have NOT been kidnapped?
Which of the Cleveland victims had a child by Ariel Castro?
What was unique about Gina DeJesus and Ariel Castro’s relationship?
Where did Castro keep his victims?
Which victim was able to break out of the house to get help?
What was the result of Ariel Castro’s arrest?
Which of the following was NOT a part of the captivity under Castro?
Which of the three victims had to get facial reconstruction surgery to help repair some of the damage done by Castro?
Who was the key player during the period of Imperialism who had conquered territories throughout the world, most notable in India and China?
How did religion play a large role in the expansion of Imperialism throughout the world?
A country or region governed internally by a foreign power, is known as what?
Which of the following canals was important in controlling the flow of goods to places like the Middle East, which the British came to control?
The process in which a minority group that adopts the customs of a prevailing culture is the definition of what vocabulary term?
How did the Industrial Revolution become a major factor in the origins of Imperialism?
Choose the term that best fits the following definition: The idea that those who were fittest for survival and success were superior to others in the World.
Which of the following is NOT a motive for imperialism?
Which of these rebellions can BEST be described as being started by the resentment Chinese citizens had towards the special treatment foreigners were receiving and the influence foreigners had on the government?
Indian soldiers that fought under British command were known as
The cause of the Sepoy Mutiny was mainly due to
The Sepoy Mutiny was a failure mainly due to the fact that
These were the Dutch settlers who had colonized Capetown, South Africa prior to the British taking control in the 1800’s. The word translates to mean “farmers.”
The event where European nations met to divide Africa, where no African rulers were invited, was known as what?
The Opium War was the result of what event
China was forced to open up to trading with the British and the west through what treaty?
Which of the following is NOT true about the Chinese economy PRIOR to the Opium War?
In class we looked at all of the following regions impacted by the British through imperialism, EXCEPT:
Which of the following is NOT a reason for Europeans being able to colonize Africa in the 19th century?
Which of the following definitions best describes a protectorate?
What impact did technological advances have on industry?
What role did the Agricultural Revolution play in the creation of the Industrial Revolution?
Why was India called the “jewel in the crown?”
Which of the following was the basis of direct control of colonies?
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What are the characteristics of an object?
All of the following can magnify EXCEPT:
What are two properties of a magnifier?
What is a piece of information that comes to you from your senses?
What do we call tools that extend our sense of sight?
When an object appears ten times larger than it actually is, what is written on the magnifier?
When using a magnifier, what is necessary for sight?
What are the five properties you notice when observing an object?
Which of the following cannot magnify?
Which of the following is able to magnify?
Which of these is not a sign of a chemcial reaction?
The substance that is formed in a chemical reaction is called the
A type of reaction that produces an increase in temperature is
Which of the following occurs when gasoline is burned?
A synthesis reaction between magnesium (Mg) and oxygen (O2) might produce
What type of reaction is the following: CH4 + 2O2 = CO2 + 2H2O
What type of reaction is the following: 2NH3 = N2 + 3H2
What type of reaction is the following: 2NaCl + H2SO4 = Na2SO4 + 2HCl
What type of reaction is the following: Fe + S = FeS
What type of reaction is the following: 2Li + 2H2O = 2LiOH + H2
The law of conservation of matter states
In a balanced chemical equation, the mass of the reactants is equal to the
What coefficient is missing in C2H4 + (?) O2 = 2CO2 + 2H2O?
Which of the following represents the word equation magnesium + oxygen = magnesium oxide?
Which of these equations is not balances?
At higher temperatures, food cooks faster because particles of food
Catalysts that slow reactions are called
A slow reaction is likely to occur when the reactants have _________ temperatures and ________ surface areas.
Which is not true of enzymes
All of these are likely to speed up the rate of a reaction except
An object at rest tends to remain at rest. This property is called ___.
A car accelerates from 60 km/h to a constant speed at 80 km/h. The car has increased its ___.
How much force is needed to accelerate a 70 kg rider and her 200 kg motor scooter at 4 m/s/s?
Newton's third law of motion states that whenever one object exerts a force on a second object, ___.
Newton's third law of motion states that if a force is exerted on an object, another force occurs that ___.
___ do NOT act on the same object.
Which one has the MOST momentum?
Which of the following games uses conservation of momentum?
Conservation of momentum is explained by Newton's ___.
Inertia is used when explaining Newton's ___.
28% of 63 is what?
What is 12% of 17.5?
79% of 67 miles is what?
What is 103% of 127 tons?
16 inches is 35% of what?
90% of 54.4 hours is what?
112 minutes is 76% of what?
What percent of 38 is 15?
What percent of 180.4 minutes is 25.7 minutes?
4% of 73 is what?
elaborate; difficult to understand
arrogant, conceited, too sure of oneself
something that joins or connects; a loop of a chain
to start into motion; to set afloat or propel into the air; to plunge into something energetically
to tear down; to put an end to
A system or unit consisting of many connected parts; intricate
Hall or passageway
to cut into metal or glass; to impress or imprint clearly
a light brown to brownish orange
a metal tool used to cut or shape stone; or to cheat by deception
sticks and other small pieces of material used to start a fire
To speak or act in violent anger; to move with great anger or violence
shining, gleaming
in an unhurried manner; slowly
to move with bumps and jolts
to ruin, spoil, disfigure; or a machine tht presses fabrics
a cocky way of walking
The deepest part of a stream or river; or a band of broadcast frequencies
a large body of ocean or sea water partially surrounded by land; or a lapse in understanding
in a vertical upright position; to build; construct, establish or set up
Vinegar is added to baking soda and bubbles of carbon dioxide rapidly form. A cloudy liquid is left behind. What are the products in this chemical reaction?
Water in the form of rain is chemically combined with sulfur dioxide and oxygen to create sulfuric acid, which becomes acid rain. In this reaction, what is the product?
Lead Nitrate + Sodium Iodide->Sodium Nitrate +Lead Iodide What are the products of this equation?
Water in the form of rain is chemically combined with sulfur dioxide and oxygen to create sulfuric acid, which becomes acid rain. In this reaction, what are the reactants?
Lead Nitrate + Sodium Iodide->Sodium Nitrate +Lead Iodide What has happened to the atoms of the reactants?
If 4 carbon atoms undergo a chemical reaction with oxygen to form CO2 molecules, how many carbon atoms will be found in the product?
Our body breaks down food using chemical reactions. What is this process called?
A biologist studies photosynthesis and describes it as a biological process. A chemist studies it and calls it a chemical reaction. Which scientist is right?
What is one way the development of synthetic fibers, like nylon, has affected the clothing we wear?
The law of conservation of mass states that matter is not gained or lost in a reaction. Which of the following correctly restates this law? In a chemical reaction
A student uses clay to model the conservation of mass. 1st she finds the mass of the clay on a balance. Then she makes shapes with the clay without adding or removing clay. She masses it again. How will her results model this law?
Students measure 2.0g of baking soda and 5.0g of vinegar. They mix them together and watch bubbles form. The mass of the resulting liquid is 6.7g. Based on the law of conservation of mass, what should the mass of the gas that escaped be?
Students measure 2.0g of baking soda and 5.0g of vinegar. They mix them together and watch bubbles form. The mass of the resulting liquid is 6.7g. How should students redesign this experiment for better accuracy?
Refer to chart 1. Which test should be considered the control?
Refer to chart 1. Which variable was changed in test # 2?
What should the students conclude about changing the amounts of reactants?
What should the students conclude from the #4 test?
Refer to chart 2. How has the development of computers depended on chemists?
Refer to chart 2. How have chemical fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides made our standard of living higher?
Refer to chart 2. Which of the following would be the best title for this reading?
Which of the following is the name for a liquid fossil fuel that formed deep in the Earth over millions of years from the remains of ancient plants and animals?
Which of the following is the name for resources that cannot be used up completely?
Which process describes how water continuously moves between the ocean, the sky, and land?
What is the scientific term for the outermost, rocky layer of Earth?
Which of the following is the name for a solid fossil fuel that formed deep in the Earth over millions of years?
Which of the following is the name for resources that can't be replaced in nature?
Which of the following is NOT part of the carbon cycle?
Which part of the plant takes in nitrogen in the nitrogen cycle?
Sunlight and wind are examples of which type of natural resource?
When rain, sleet or snow fall from the sky to the ground, which part of the water cycle is occuring?
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Photosynthesis uses all of the following except _____ to make food.
Which of the following eats animals?
Every ecosystem requires which of the following to support life?
What is the name of the idea that energy cannot be created or destroyed?
Which of the following is NOT part of the water cycle?
Which of the following organisms would NOT be in the first trophic level of an energy pyramid?
Which land biome covers the most area on Earth?
What is the main way people have reduced habitats for wild species in grasslands?
Which of the following biomes has weather that is warm and wet year-round?
Why have people cleared so much of Earth’s tropical rain forests?
How do temperate rain forests differ from tropical rain forests?
In which biome does drilling for oil and gas interrupt migration patterns?
dominant plants lose their leaves every autumn
dominant plants are cone-bearing evergreen trees
dominant plants are grasses
cold, dry, treeless biomes in far north
. populated by moose, bears, lynx, shrews, foxes
perfect for growing crops and raising cattle and sheep
dominant plants are firs, spruces, and cedars that grow very high
Which is NOT an aquatic ecosystem?
How do people use water from freshwater ecosystems?
Wetlands contain which of the following?
What are areas where freshwater meets saltwater called?
Which natural disaster is made worse when people destroy estuaries?
In the open ocean, where does photosynthesis take place?
What special adaptations do intertidal species have?
From which country were the Hessians?
Why were the British marching to Concord?
Why did the King raise taxes on the colonists?
What is propaganda?
Why did the First Continental Congress meet?
What were people that were loyal to the king called?
When was the first time that violence was used against the colonists?
Where were the first shots of the war fired?
What did the Writs of Assistance do?
Which Act taxed all imported goods?
What land did Britain receive in the Treaty of Paris at the end of the French and Indian War?
Which of these things were NOT part of the Intolerable Acts/Coercive Acts?
What area was being fought over during the French and Indian War?
What was the colonists last peaceful act to try to avoid war?
Which act said that England had the power to make all decisions for the colonies?
What was Benjamin Franklin's plan to unit the colonies against the French called?
What did the Writs of Assistance allow?
Which act was repealed? (removed, reversed, cancelled)
What did the king enforce in order to avoid conflict with the Natives?
What did the Stamp Act place a tax on?
What group protested and acted out against the king's taxes?
Who was the leader of the Sons of Liberty?
What did the king do in response to the Boston Tea party?
What does it mean if you boycott something?
Why did the British want to attack Albany?
When was the battle of Trenton?
Which of the following was NOT an advantage that the Americans had in the war?
Which of the following was NOT a disadvantage that the British had?
Which battle is considered the turning point in the war and why?
Where did Patriot forces endure a winter of terrible suffering?
Which of the following countries did NOT join in the fighting with the colonists?
Which treaty brought the Revolutionary War to an end?
Which of the following was NOT a reason that some colonists remained loyal to the king.
What privately owned merchant ships with weapons on board called?
Which battle brought the war to an end?
Who was the British commander at the Battle of Yorktown?
Who wrote Common Sense?
What document was written that announced that the thirteen colonies would be a free and independent country?
What was the message of Common Sense?
How did the king respond to the Olive Branch Petition?
Sound is...
When a wave travels, what is carried with it?
Sound travels fastest through...
Sound cannot travel through...
As a sound travels, it causes the molecules around it to...
A loud sound has...
An echo is...
Sound waves typically...
The pitch of a sound is its...
Sound travels...
A wave is...
The crest of a wave is...
The amount of energy a wave has depends on its...
A wave with a high wavelength will have a...
Waves transmit _______________ from one place to another.
The frequency of a wave is its...
In a transverse wave, movement is...
The amplitude of a wave is measured from...
A wave with a high frequency will have a...
In order to move, waves generally need a...
Light waves travel in...
Light is...
A luminous object is one that...
Shadows are places where light...
If the angle of incidence of a ray of light hitting a mirror is 60 degrees, the angle of reflection will be...
Diffuse reflection is when...
When light hits a mirror and is reflected to our eyes, we see...
In a concave mirror, the reflective surface is...
If an object is opaque, you...
If an object is translucent, you...
White light is...
The primary colors of light are...
An object appears to be a specific color because that is the color the object...
If an object appears white, that means that it...
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When water flows from a river into the ocean, which process of the water cycle in occuring?
Fuels that were formed deep in the Earth over millions of years through the help of heat and pressure are called what?
Which of the following is NOT a fossil fuel?
Which of the following is not organic material?
Resources that are used by humans and created by nature are known as:
Corn, wood, and cattle are which type of resources?
Coal, oil, and natural gas are which type of resources?
What percentage of the Earth is fresh water?
Force exerted on a given area by an object or substance is known as:
When the warm air in Ms. Shevy's room comes close to the window on a cold day, water droplets form on the inside of the window. What is the name of this process?
What continent is Egypt located on?
What are the two colors of the NIle River?
Which of these landforms DOES NOT protect Egypt?
When did flooding occur in Egypt?
What writing style did the Egyptians use?
What year did Egpyt become a united kingdom?
Which ruler united the kingdom?
CONTRAST the Sumerians to the Egyptians: How are they different?
Compare the Sumerians to the Egyptians: How are they similar?
Which of these social classes had the highest percent of population?
An area of fertile land
System of writing made up of thousands of pictures and symbols developed by an Egyptians
Line of rulers from the same family
all powerful king of Egypt
Body that has been embalmed and wrapped in linen
Name the deity: Which deity was believed to be the father of the pharaohs?
Name the deity: Which deity was believed to rule over the dead with his wife?
Name the deity: Who was Isis married to?
Name the deity: Which deity was believed to rule over the Nile River?
Name the deity: Which deity was believed to be the loyal wife and mother?
DNAis made of subunits called what?
Nucleotides are made of sugar, a phosphate and a
Who discovered that the amount if adenine in DNA always equals the amount of thymine?
What scientist made images of DNA by using X-ray diffraction?
What did Watson and Crick\'s model of DNA look like?
A string of nucleotides that has information for making one trait is
Each set of three bases is a code for
The first step in making a protein is
What is the type of mutation where a bas is added to the gene?
Using DNA to identify who committed a cirme is
The form of mutation where one base is replaced by another kind
The organelle where protins are synthesized by messenger RNA and transfer RNA
Material shaped like a double helix that determines inherited characteristics
A molecule that makes a mirror copy of sections of DNA and helps make proteins
A string of nucleotides that give the cell information about how to make a specific trait
A change in DNA caused by random error or a mutagen
The material made of amion acids that causes most of the differences we see in organisms
A physical or chemical agent that can cause a mutation
In a cell nucleus, the structures that strands of DNA are bound into
Chemical parts that are transfered to the ribosome by transfer RNA and matched to messenger RNA
Write the fraction 6/5 as a mixed number.
1/3 is equivalent to the fraction?
4/8 is equivalent to the fraction?
What would 22/5 look like as a mixed number?
What would 7/5 look like as a mixed number?
What is the sum of 4/10 + 3/10?
2/3 is equal to ?
How would the improper fraction 17/5 look as a mixed number?
3/5 is equivalent to?
What would 16/5 as a mixed number?
The height of a wave is also known by this.
The top of a transverse wave is called the...
This type of wave is a series of compressions and rarefactions.
Waves transfer this.
This type of wave has the energy moving perpendicular to the medium.
A longitudinal wave can also be called a......
The distance from crest to crest is known as the wave's...
Which of the following does sound travel the fastest through?
The number of waves that pass a point in one second is what we call the wave's...
Who will win the big football game this weekend?
Type of reporduction where a body part regrows and may form a new organism:
Hydra reproduce by:
Each human skin cell has how many pairs of chromosomes?
Haploid numbers of chromosomes are usually found in which cells of an organism?
A cell that has two of every kind of chromosome is:
DNA does NOT contain the nitrogen base:
The choromosomes in the nucleus of a cell contain a code known as:
Most of the life of any cell is spent in a period of growth called:
The amount of adenine always equals the amout of:
Budding and regeneration are two kinds of what type of reproduction?
Sex cells from female reproductive organs
Sex cells from male reproductive organs
What only takes place in the reproductive organs?
The cell that forms during fertilization:
The joining of two sex cells:
Takes place in body cells:
The codes for making proteins are carried from the nucleus to the ribosomes in the cytoplasm by:
RNA structure differs from DNA in that it contains what nitrogen base in place of thymine?
The joining of an egg and a sperm is called:
The abbreviation for tRNA stand for what kind of RNA?
If a cell undergoes mitosis every five minutes, how man cells will you have after ten minutes?
How many chromosomes are in each human body cell?
Adeinie goes with:
Thymine goes with:
Cytosine goes with:
Guanine goes with:
What sugar is found in DNA\'s structure?
Besides the sugars and the nucleic acids, what is in DNA
What is the name for the shape of DNA
Who got the Nobel prize for DNA?
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Video transitions can be found in the _______________ panel.
In Adobe Premiere Pro, what is the default transition time?
What happens when you drag a new transition from the Effects Panel on top of an existing transition?
What does a red line above a transition indicate?
How do you apply a transition across multiple clips in a Timeline?
If one or both of your clips do not have enough handles to cover the duration of the transition, what does Adobe Premiere do?
Expressions that have the same value are called
A term without a variable is a
The expression 3x + 8 + 4x + 2x has four
The number in front of a variable is the _______.
The statement a(b + c) = ab + ac is an example of the ______.
When adding or subtracting expressions, you combine ________.
In the expression 3x + 8 + 4x + 2x, which number is NOT a coefficient?
7b and 18b are examples of __________
In the expression, 12x - 7 + x - 2, the terms are __________.
In the expression, 12x - 7 + x - 2, the coefficents are ______.
In the expression, 12x + 7 + x - 2, the constants are ______.
(12 + 3) + 15 = 12 + (3 + 15)
12 x 0 = 0
12 x 15 = 15 x 12
45 x (12 x 11) = (45 x 12) x 11
87 x 1 = 87
91 + b = b + 91
z + 0 = z
Commutative Property means ____________
Associative Property
Multiplicative Identity property multiplies any number by ____.
Additive Identity adds any number to ______.
What country did America go to war in to stop the spread of communism?
What historical event led President Lyndon Johnson (L.B.J.) formal war with Vietnam?
Which of the following is a Latin-America, Medal of Honor winning, Vietnam War hero?
What law was passed to restrict executive power after the Vietnam War?
What amendment's 'freedom of speech' clause allowed the New York Times to run the Pentagon Papers?
What does the Twenty-Sixth Amendment establish?
President Richard Nixon's policy of easing relations with Russia was called....
'Only Nixon could go to China' was an important event because....
American support for the Vietnam War over time....
Which of the following is the forced military recruitment of all men 18 and over?
What country was bombed by Richard Nixon during the Vietnam War without congressional approval?
The main reason America went into the Vietnam war was to...
Yo _____ el nombre del profesor nuevo.
Yo no _____ Dragon Palace.
Mi amigo, Juan ____ tocar piano muy bien.
Mis amigos _____ que Huston está en Texas.
¿_____ tú a Chicago?
Mi novio todavía no _____ a mis padres.
Daisy no _____ montar en bicicleta.
Juan y mis amigos no _____ mi nuevo número de teléfono.
Es solo el primer día pero la profesora y yo _____ a todos los estudiantes de mi clase.
Andrés y Chico _____ hablar español e inglés.
Give the secret code word to Mrs. Amador to earn participation points.
Who was the communist leader of China?
Russia launched what artificial satellite into space first?
The government focused on math and science education MORE because of what historical event?
What type of economy lets the government make all economic decisions?
What country is most identified with Communism?
The strategy of stopping the spread of communism around the world is called...
During the Cold War, which of the following best explains American foreign policy strategy?
What theory states that one country becoming communist makes neighboring countries more likely to become communist?
The Soviet Union attempted to put nuclear missiles in which country?
President JFK responded to the Cuban Missile Crisis by....
President Kennedy issued a naval blockade to stop the placement of what weapon in Cuba?
What government institution was created as a response to the Soviet launch of Sputnik?
Who has all of the power in a communist government?
What subjects received increased funding and federal emphasis after the launch of Sputnik?
Why did America enter the Korean War?
What peninsula did America fight to protect from communist control in the 1950's?
Who was President during the Cuban Missile Crisis?
What decade was the Korean War fought?
During the Cuban Missile Crisis who was the leader of the Soviet Union?
Policy that involves America's relations with other countries is called...
Which structure completes the circulatory pathway? heart - artery - ? - vein - heart
Where does oxygen-rich blood go after leaving the lungs?
Carbon dioxide is produced as cells break down nutrients for energy. Which of the following pairs of systems would participate in removing the carbon dioxide from the body?
Mitochondria are used to produce energy for cells. Which type of cell would contain the most mitochondria?
What is the purpose of the aortic valve that separates the left ventricle from the aorta?
The 4 main types of blood are
Cells that help fight disease are
Cell fragments that help blood clot are called
The heart pumps ____________ through blood vessels to parts of the body.
Capillaries are part of which body system?
The terms gas exchange, diaphragm, and inhale are most closely associated with which system in the human body?
Which of the following is one of the functions of the human skeleton?
In the human body, which of these systems transports sugars to the cells where they are used?
Which organ is part of the respiratory system?
Which of these directly allows blood cells to transport oxygen to various parts of the body?
Which are abiotic parts of an ecosystem?
As you move upward, from level to level, in an energy pyramid, energy ____.
Which of the following nonliving things affects climate and temperature?
What is one reason that a food web might be a better description of an ecosystem than a food chain?
Which of the following does NOT move continuously through ecosystems?
Which of the following eats only eucalyptus leaves?
Which is a model of feeding relationships?
Which of the following is a living thing?
Which of the following is NOT a part of climate?
Which of the following is a biotic factor?
Which of the following steps is second in this food chain?
If the first trophic level in an energy pyramid receives 10,000 units of energy from the Sun, how much energy is available for the second trophic level?
Which of the following flows through ecosystems in one direction?
Which of the following is an abiotic factor?
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The 19th century movement of settlers and immigrants from the eastern US to the Midwest and West
A written agreement between two or more nations
Self-Ruling and Independent
A central location where an armed force keeps its supplies and organizes its operations
A part of the US that is not within a state but is organized with its own governing leaders
One or more persons chosen to represent others
The process of discussing a question or conflict in order to settle it
One that closely resembles another; one that has the same functions and characteristics
To announce officially and publicly; to declare
Unwilling, disinclined
Unwilling, disinclined
To be high in rank, dignity, or character
To close at the end of a session
To break into parts or components; to lose unity
Far beyond what is usual; to go beyond what is expected
Moving, acting, or occurring with great speed
Strong persuasion or belief
To determine beforehand; preordain
The process of discussing a question or conflict in order to settle it
Self-ruling and independent
Miguel is the first to finish.
Marisol is the third to finish.
Jorge is the fifth to finish.
Rosa is the second to finish.
Spanish is my 9th class of the day.
Math is my fourth class of the day.
Art is my 6th class of the day.
He lives on the 8th floor.
I am the 7th to finish. (female speaking)
The office is on the 10th floor.
What would you use when addressing a friend from basketball practice?
What would you use when addressing your sisters?
What would you use when addressing Mrs. Hansen?
What would you use when addressing Mr. Hough and Mrs. Hansen?
What would you use when addressing your friend, Marta?
What would you use when addressing an elderly couple?
What would you use when talking about your yourself?
What would you use when talking about Julia and Luis?
What would you use when talking about yourself and another person?
What would you use when talking about your bother?
Air is about ___________ % nitrogen
The layers of the atmosphere next to the ground is the _______________
The layer of the atmosphere that extends into space is the ____________
As the amount of water vapor increases, the air\'s density _______
____________ can result when an air mass rapidly cools, causing water vapor to ocondense
About _____% of the sunlight that reaches the top of the armosphere is absorbed by the Earth\'s surface
If the Earth consistently absorbed more energy from the sun than it radiated into space
The sun heats the Earth unevenly because
Convection is caused by
The Coriolis Effect is the tendency for the path of a moving object to shift to the right in the Northern Hemesphere and to the left in the Southern Hemisphere
What is the name of the 300-year when explorers in newly invented sailing ships out from Europe to find new trade routes?
In the 1700\'s, the UK sent many people, who were convicts, to _________ and set up a colony.
The Russian Revolution anded the rule of the Romanov dynasty and ushered in the dictatorship of ____________.
After World War I, the entire world suffered economically due to
Which Portugese Prince started a school where people could learn how to sail and navigate?
Why did the Nazi\'s concentration camps in WWI?
After WWII, the US & USSR became
The USSR set out to reform its government and economy during the 1980's. What was the end result?
The Berlin Wall came down in 1989. What happened to East and West Germany as a result of this action?
Which of the following was an important cause of the Russian Revolution of 1917?
Who created the name "cell" for the rows of empty boxes he observed through the microscope?
Where did the plant cells come from that we observed in class?
When you heat a substance to kill bacteria, the process is called...
Binary fission is when two cells...
What microbe from our lab lives in a colony?
Which plant cells that we observed look like stacked bricks in a wall?
Which cells that we observed look like roundworms?
Which animal cells that we observed are long and pear shaped?
Which cells that we observed are sphere shaped and have daughter colonies inside them?
All of the following that we observed are animal cells except...
Which amendment repealed Prohibition?
19th Amendment
If you are 25, an American citizen for 7 years, and a resident of the state you represent, you can be
Who has the power to impeach the President?
The main argument against the Bill of Rights was that
If you are 30 years old, a citizen for 9 years and a resident of the state you represent, you can be
How long are the terms for the US Senate and House of Representatives respectively?
Who is the the "Father of the Constitution"
The Great Compromise was
How long did it take to ratify the Constitution?
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Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Q: The Sum of Squares of Two Positive Whole Numbers is 794.If One of The No. is 13, Find The Other?
Acids form what kinds of ions
The pH of a substance is a measure of its
The other name for a base
When an acid and a base solution react they form what product(s)
A substance has a pH of 13, this tells you what about the substance
When dissolved in water, strong bases
What is an electrolyte
What do we call a material that tells us if a solution is an acid or a base (Remember the Paper towel and windex)
The ions associated with a basic solution
A pH range of 0-6 is
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Kartografska projekcija kod koje je ploha projekcije ravnina koja Zemlju dodiruje u jednoj točki, naziva se:
Koliko iznosi azimut jugozapada?
Na karti mjerila 1:50 000 površina jednog pravokutnika Gauss-Krügerove mreže iznosi:
Kartografske projekcije koje zadržavaju vjernost površina, nazivaju se:
Postupak ispravljanja i nadopunjavanja izvornih karata naziva se:
Čime mjerimo površine na topografskoj karti?
Karte mjerila 1 : 250 000 pripadaju kartama:
Hrvatska osnovna karta izrađuje se umjerilu:
Kartografske projekcije koje zadržavaju vjernost kutova, nazivaju se:
the narrator is involved in the action and tells the story from their perspective
narrator is not involved in the action and can't read the minds of any of the characters
narrator is not involved in the action, but can read the mind of ONE character
narrator is not involved in the action, but can read the mind of MORE THAN ONE character
when and where the story takes place
Joe is arguing with Sara. This is an example of...
Joe is trying to quit an addiction. This is an example of...
A tree falls on Joe's house. This is an example of...
Joe wants school uniforms, but the rest of the students do not. This is an example of...
people, animals, or objects that are involved in the main action of the story
How much does one gold bar weigh
how much is a gold bar worth
Monetary policy defantion
when was the federal reserve formed
what is the federal reserve
how much of the worlds gold does the federal reserve have
what does the federal reserve do
who founded the federal reserve
how does the federal reserve get moeny
how many federal reserves are in america
como se dice apartment en espanol?
como se dice basement en espanol?
como se dice townhouse en espanol?
como se dice house en espanol?
como se dice bedroom en espanol?
como se dice kitchen en espanol?
como se dice dining room en espanol?
como se dice bathroom en espanol?
como se dice living room en espanol?
como se dice where I live en espanol?
Which describes the Stone Age?
How did hunter/gatherers adapt to their environment?
How did farming lead to permanent villages?
What was the basis for Hammurabi's Code?
What was a direct result of a food surplus?
___ is the founder of this monotheistic religion that uses the Torah as a sacred text.
Which word best describes religion in Mesopotamia/Egypt and India?
This philosophy focuses on respect in all relationships between people in a society?
This Indus Valley religion claims that all suffering is caused by desire?
Which best describes the Caste System in India?
During the classical era, Indian literature/buildings/art focused on...
Why was the Gupta dynasty known as the Golden Age of India?
This Chinese philosophy focuses on The Way and keeping lives in balance and harmony with nature.
How did the invention of wood block printing impact China?
Where would you find major trade routes in Mesopotamia, Egypt, China and India?
Match the correct writing system in order with the following river valleys: Egypt/Mesopotamia/India.
Which of the following best describes Confucianism and T(D)aoism?
What is the traditional religion of India?
Where can I find the Huang He River Valley?
Which contribution helped to decode Egyptian hierolglyphics?
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What is a header?
You can control where a new page begins by using a...
Formatting characteristics that can be applied to text in a document.
To quickly go to another place in a large document, you could create a...
How can you format the same document in 2 different styles?
WordArt is text that has a style applied to it and looks like a graphic.
What is SmartArt?
Word Processing documents can be saved as which file type?
A list of items that uses numbers, letters, and/or roman numerals.
In a hanging indent used for a bibliography, the second line is...
Dividing the Word screen into two panes that you can scroll independently is...
How do you show formulas in an Excel spreadsheet?
This is an example of an absolute reference.
Excel spreadsheets use this file format.
A group of cells used in a formula.
This option keeps the first row in place as you scroll around a spreadsheet.
This graph shows how one part compares to the whole.
What option applies a format to cells based on certain criteria?
What function adds a range of cells?
Allows you to view specific rows in a spreadsheet while hiding the other rows.
Where would you find detailed adjustment controls for a transition you have placed ion the timeline?
A(n) ______________ is the point in your Timeline where one clip ends and the next begins.
The extra media in a source clip that is not used in the Timeline is called _________________.
The visual clue on a clip that means you have reached the end of the clip, with no additional frames is a _________________.
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(-16) divise par (-4)
(+34) divise par (-2)
un nombre positif divise par un nombre negatif donne
un nombre negatif divise par un nombre negatif donne
(-100) divise par (+5) devient
La division est...
Quel produit est positif? Pourquoi?
(-26) - (-39) - (31)
(-65) - (35)
La temperature a augmente 5 degres par heure pour 4 heures. Comment peut-on determiner la variation de la temperature?
What instrument measures air temperature?
What instrument measures wind speed?
What instrument tells wind direction?
What instrument measures the amount of precipitation?
What instrument measures air pressure?
Which cloud type is thin and wispy and found high in the atmosphere on fair weather days?
Which cloud type is puffy and piled up and seen on fair weather days?
Which cloud type covers the sky like a blanket and can bring rain or snow?
What do we call the amount of air pressing down on Earth?
What do we call the amount of moisture in the air?
What is cosmology?
How old is the universe?
Which theory of the universe starts with a big bang and the expansion continues?
Which theory of the universe starts with a big bang , expands, gravity pulls it back in and then a big bang happens again?
Which theory of the universe states the universe has always been here and nothing has really changed?
What is the evidence that the universe is exoanding?
The brightness of a star as seen from Earth is called the __________ magnitude.
The brightness of stars when they are compared at the same distance is called the _________ magnitude.
A galaxy whose arms curve outward in a pinwheel pattern is a
A galaxy shaped like a flattened ball that can obtain mostly old stars is
What is radiation
What is a half-life
During Alpha Particle Radiation what particles are emitted
What types of radiation ionize
The process of splitting a nucleus into two or more fragments and energy is released
During this type of radiation process the atomic number and mass are not changed
When a neutron is emitted from an atom the process is called
When atoms are combined to form heavier atoms
Beta Particle Radiation
This type of radiation is a helium atom with electrons
This theory of education is rooted in realism and the aim is to transmit the enduring truth and values of the culture.
This theory of education is rooted in idealism and realism and the aim is to develop basic skills of literacy, numeracy and subject-matter knowledge.
The ancient philosopher who developed realism, which stresses objective knowledge and values.
Which philosophy believed schools are sites of democratic criticism and social change to empower dominated groups?
Which philosophy believes reality is subjective, with existence preceding essence?
Which philosophy believes a subject-matter curriculum emphasizes the culture's great and enduring ideas?
Idealists such as the American transcendentalists use the concepts of ______________ to explain how they perceive reality.
The Socratic method, used by idealists, stimulates the learner's awareness of ideas by?
An __________ education encourages deep personal reflection on one's identity, commitments, and choices.
Which theory of education uses instruction that features problem solving and group activities; the teacher acts as a facilitator?
The remains of plants and animals that are found in sedimentary rocks are called:
When magma escapes from the Earth, the formation becomes known as:
Shifting (movement) of the earth\\\'s plates causes:
Rain, wind, snow, ice, and sand wear away the edges of sharp objects is a process known as:
Weathering and erosion are NOT caused by:
If pressure and head act on any type of rock, what will it become?
Which best describes the surface of the Earth over billions of years?
What was the name of the super continent?
Which fossils are the oldest?
As you go deeper and deeper into the Earth\\\'s interior, what happens to BOTH pressure and temperature?
In what layer of Earth\'s interior would you find liquid iron and nickle?
What does the theory of plate tectonics explain?
Where does the heat that causes volcanoes come from?
which of the following things can break solid rocks into smaller pieces?
What types of rocks are formed when bits and pieces of other materials are squeezed together?
What types of rocks are formed when old rocks are melted or squeezed together?
Remains or evidence of an oragnism from the past imprinted into a rock are called:
What is it called the various change in rocks called?
The crust is the:
The outer core is:
Which of the following is NOT an example of projectile motion?
If a tennis ball, a solid rubber ball, and a solid steel ball were dropped at the same time from the same height, which would hit the ground first? (assume there is no air resistance)
Which of the following objects has the least acceleration?
When a moving bumper car collided with a bumber car at rest, which of the following occurs?
A crumpled piece of paper hits the ground before a flat sheet of paper because
Orbital motion is a combination of forward motion and
Assuming 1 kg = 1000 g, a 5 kg object has less inertia than an object with a mass of
According to Newton's first law of motion, a moving object that is not acted on by an unbalanced force will
A cue ball rolls toward a billiard ball with a velocity of 1.0 m/s east. Both balls have identical masses. What happens to the total momentum after the two balls collide?
Why do astronauts in orbiting spacecraft appear weightless?
The mantle is:
The inner core is:
What is the theory called in which the continents move over millions of years?
The wearing away and removing of rock materials is called:
Why would we plant grass in yards and along highways?
An insecticide is something that kills insects. What would an ideal (the perfect) insecticide do?
cutting down rain forests around the world has many major effects on the environment. which of the statements below is not one of these effects?
What is the area of earth called where there are over 1500 volcanoes?
What is a person who studies rocks called?
Who studies fossils?
A moving object's ________________ depends on the object's mass and velocity.
the curved path traveled by a thrown baseball is known as
Which of the following is NOT an action/reaction force pair?
An ice skater with mass of 65 kg moved along the ice with a constant velocity of 2.0 m/s. what is the skater's momentum?
Why does a ball thrown horizontally follow a path that is curved downward:?
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
An objects force is equal to its mass times its velocity
An object in motion with remain in motion or an object at rest will remain at rest until acted upon by an unbalanced force
the tendency of all objects to resist any change in motion
The velocity of a falling object when the force of gravity is balanced by the force of air resistance
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An object appears fuzzy through this type of material
Which of the following is NOT an example of evidence Wegner used to support his hypothesis
Which color absorbs all the colors of visible light
What are the crust and the mantle mostly made of
What are the two most abundant gases in the atmosphere
Which answer lists the layers of the atmosphere in the correct order
Who first proposed the theory of continental drift?
Scientists rejected Wegener’s theory because he could not
. Scientists who study the forces that make and shape the planet Earth are called
Heating cooling of a fluid, changes in its density, gravitational pull set in motion
Scientists learn about the Earth’s interior by studying rocks. This is an example of what type of observation?
If one were to travel from the center of the Earth towards the crust, the temperature would
If one were to travel from the center of the Earth towards the crust the pressure would
Earth's mantle is
Uppermost part of mantle the crust together form a rigid layer called the
Earth’s lithosphere is broken into separate sections called
The Earth’s inner core is
Which layer of the Earth is immediately below the atmosphere?
The theory of sea-floor spreading was introduced by Harry Hess
Antarctica is the supercontinent that split apart about 225 million years ago.
Density is a measure of how much mass there is in a volume of a substance
Geologist study the speed path of seismic waves to understand Earth’s structure
The _______is the part of the mantle that can bend like plastic
Where two plates collide is called
Where two plates seperate from each other
Where plates slide past each other is called
Which of the following is not a factor in determining a FICO Score?
Which of the following is not a good idea for getting out of debt?
Which of the following things cannot be done with a debit card but can be done with a credit card?
What factors affect a credit score?
Which of the following statements is false?
Which of the following is not a recommended step in the Drive Free method of purchasing a car?
Which of the following is the most cost-effective option for purchasing a home?
8) Which of the following is not recommended in the debt snowball method of getting out of debt?
What is paycheck garnishment?
Which of the following best summarizes how the use of a credit card for purchases instead of cash can change oneʹs spending behavior?
Which of the following is not a credit myth?
If you do not have a FICO score, what factors will determine whether or not you qualify for a mortgage?
13) A credit score is intended to measure:
14) Which of the following is a sign that your identity may have been stolen?
Individual account information is removed from your credit report seven years after the last activity on the account, except for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which stays on your credit report for:
You must establish credit in order to buy a house.
If you are a victim of identity theft, you are only responsible for paying back half of the debt.
18) There are three credit bureaus: Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. 18)
You can and should obtain a free copy of your credit report annually in order to check for any suspicious activity.
You need to have a credit card to rent a car or check in to a hotel.
Even if you're in your coverage area, you still may experience service interruption if:
True or False: It doesn't matter what you text someone as long as you trust the person you're texting.
Which of the following is true about texting while driving?
When buying a cell phone, which feature is the most important?
Teens can be responsible with cell phones by:
True or False: Location-Based services are always free
What can an emergency service application do?
Which of the following is true about roaming?
True or False: All types of cell phones have operating systems
True or False: People who send or receive sexually explicit messages can face legal consequences
__________ cannot be separated into simpler substances by physical or chemical means.
The smallest particle of an element that has the properties of that element is called a(n)______
All____ are made of atoms and can be found on the Periodic Table
Helium and Gold atoms are_____
C for Carbon and Mg for Magnesium- these are examples of
Pure substances composed of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds
_________ can only be separated by chemical means, not physically
Two or more substances that are not chemically combined with each other and can be separated by physical means
The two or more substances in a(n) _____ keep their individual properties
A(n) _________ contains just one kind of atom
A(n) ________ contains two or more different atoms joined together
A (n)_________ contains two or more different substances that are only physically joined not chemically- they can be separated
Chose two pure subtances
Iron is classified as what?
Since many substances are visible, salad dressings are classified as what?
A solution is also called a(n)___________
Salt water, vinegar, and coffee are examples of:
_______________ can't get it back
Evaporation is an example of a
Burning paper is an example of a
All rocks can change
Sedimentary Rock
Igneous Rock
Metamorphic rock
The hydroshpere contains all of the Earth's
Which sphere of the Earth system includes trees, plants, and animals?
The rocks that make up Earth are part of which sphere?
Our weather forms in which sphere of the Earth's system?
The Earth's crust is the thickest layer of the Earth.
In what layer of the Earth contains our rocks and minerals?
Which of the following is an example of a mineral?
What does the prefix SUPER mean?
What does the prefix INTER mean?
What does the prefix SEMI mean?
What does the prefix UN mean?
What do you think the word INTERACT means?
What do you think the word SUPERSCRIPT means?
What do you think the word SEMICONSCIOUS means?
What do you think the word UNPROVEN means?
A prefix is a part of a word that goes at the
A root is a part of a word that goes in the
Koliko iznosi azimut jugoistoka?
Na karti mjerila 1:25 000 površina jednog pravokutnika Gauss-Krügerove mreže iznosi:
Kartografska projekcija kod koje je ploha projekcije plašt stošca, naziva se:
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What is Mexico shaped like
What continent is Mexico located on?
What is the capital of Mexico?
A peninsula is surrounded by water on how many sides?
Baja California is the ________________________ peninsula in the world.
The Pacific Ocean is on Mexico\'s ____________________ coast.
The lowlands on the eastern coast of Mexico has what type of climate?
What is the largest volcano in Mexico?
Baja California is directly south of _________________________.
The northern central area of Mexico and Baja are mostly ________________________.
We traveled to Paris to see the ____________________.
Our new __________ is Main Street.
What _____________ do you live on?
Laura looked at the stars through her _________________.
We are going to hike up ____________________ when we visit Hawaii.
Christopher Columbus was a famous __________________.
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