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Earth is the only _____________ that can sustain life.
We read a story about an evil ___________.
I saw the _____________________ when I visited London.
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Particles of a ______________ are far apart.
What stays the same in solids?
What is true of particles of gas?
Particles of a __________ slide past each other.
What are ice, water, and steam examples of?
Particles of a ________________ vibrate in place.
Particles of a crystalline solid are arranged in a ________________________.
____________ ________ is a force that acts on the particles at the surface of a liquid.
Particles of an amorphous solid are arranged in a ____________.
_______________ is a liquid's resistance to flow.
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What is Salinity?
What causes the rising of salinity?
What are the short-term effects?
What are the solutions to the problem?
What are the future developments?
There are 2 types of salinity. What are they?
What is dryland salinity?
Why do these plants play an important role, what are these deep rooted plants replaced with and what can\'t they do?
What is irrigation salinity?
Explain what happens when there is an increase in irrigation?
Boyle's law describes the relationship between _____.
A measure of the speed of molecules is the _______.
When the amount of force per unit area increases, the _____________ increases.
Volume and pressure of a gas are inversely related if the temperature stays the same. This is ______ Law.
The volume of a gas is directly related to its temperature if the pressure is constant. This is _____ law.
The relationship between temperature, pressure, and volume for a fixed amount of gas are describe by ____.
The pressure in a ball can be increased by adding _____.
Helium is a ________.
The amount of space matter takes up is its _______.
Freezing is an _______ change.
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Fan-shaped deposits that form when rivers empty into a large body of water, such as a lake or an ocean.
_______ helped to form the Grand Canyon.
Overflowing rivers can be controlled by barriers of sediment, sandbags, or concrete called _____.
Waves can build up or break down the _________ along the coast.
Sea Stacks, sea arches, and headlands are all examples of __________ erosion.
________ can cause a tremendous amount of damage because of the energy released when they reach the shoreline.
Mounds of wind deposited sand are called...
One type of glacier forms in the mountains from streams that flow downhill and widen into a giant U shape..
Antarctica is one of the largest _________ glaciers in the world.
A ___________ happens when loose rocks fall down a steep slope.
The rapid movement of a large amount of water mixing with soild and rock and flowing downhill.
When a large amount of material moves downslope over a curved surface.
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Which of the following correctly lists the level of organization in a hamster, from smallest to largest?
Which level of hierarchy is the heart of a lizard?
Which of the following is made up of multiple organs?
Tissues are made up of:
A section of skin is removed from a person during surgery. The skin is best classified as:
Muscle cells combine to make the next level of organization, which is:
A rosebush would correctly be classified as:
Which of the following is both a cell and an organism?
The smallest level of organization in a human is:
All of the following are true about tissues EXCEPT for:
What supplies the energy to all organisms in tropical rainforest?
Slugs are decomposers. How do they get the energy that they need?
Jaguars hunt for, kill, and eat animals. All of the following correctly describe jaguars except for:
The plants in the rainforest all have which three needs?
Does a toucan bird depend on the sun?
How do mushrooms survive in the rainforest?
What is the original source of energy for the food chain that is involved when you eat cheese?
How do rainforest mosquitoes get energy?
Which of the following is a limited resource for organisms on the rainforest floor?
What do the arrows in a food chain show?
All of the following are eukaryotes EXCEPT for:
Where is the DNA found in a bacteria cell?
Plants are:
A fungus cell contains all of the following EXCEPT for:
Pseudopods are used by ____ to move.
Which of the following use flagella to move?
Plants and animals both:
Mold cells, which are a fungus, would contain:
Each of the following has DNA inside a nucleus except for:
Bacteria differ from amoebas because:
Like most cellular processes, cell division requires
This process is required for plants, animals, and other organisms to grow.
How are fire and cellular respiration alike?
What is differentiation?
What happens to DNA during the cell cycle?
How does a cell change as it moves through the different phases of the cell cycle?
How are fermentation and respiration different?
How are fermentation and respiration similar?
Why do nearly all living things rely on the conversion of solar energy?
How is energy converted in photosynthesis?
What happens to glucose molecules during respiration?
How are Carbon dioxide and water molecules recycled in photosynthesis?
Which substance is considered a building block for all living things?
Which reason best explains why carbon is able to form macromolecules?
Which macromolecule provides the blueprint for living things, by storing and transmitting genetic information?
Which pair of molecules both contain carbon atoms?
What happens when humans burn fossil fuels?
Which process is performed by both plants and animals to break down sugars to provide energy in the form of ATP?
By which process are fossil fuels formed?
By which process do plants obtain carbon from the atmosphere?
What is the primary function of the carbon cycle?
How will the level of carbon in the atmosphere change if humans do nothing to reduce their impact on the carbon cycle?
Earth's surface water is found in
Point-source pollution and nonpoint-source pollution differ in
which bugs determine good quality water
Which is an aquatic test perimeter
What term is used to describe a linear sequence in which energy is transferred from one organism to the next
what are organisms that eat both plants and animals called
What type of succession occurs after a natural process such as a volcanic eruption or flood
Which of these consumers might depend on a rabbit for its energy
A consumer that eats only producers is called a(n)
How do lichens contribute to primary succession?
Who first proposed the theory of continental drift?
Scientists who study the forces that make and shape the planet Earth are called
If one were to travel to the center of the Earth, pressure and temperature would both
Which layer of the Earth is immediately below the atmosphere?
The Earth’s inner core is
Where two plates move past each other in opposite directions
Where two plates spread apart
Where two plates come together
Convection currents occur in what layer?
Tectonic plates are located in what layer?
Breaks in Earth's crust are known as
The transfer of heat by the movement of a heated fluid is known as
Earth's Lithosphere is broken into separate sections called
A deer getting a drink of water from a pond would show an interaction of which two ………… spheres?
The Earth's main source of energy is the
A kitten weighs 300 g and measures 20 cm long. This statement would be an example ……….. of a _______________observation
The apple appears red to us because it reflects red and absorbs all the other colors.
Oceanic crust bends downward sinks back into the mantle is known as
Bounces sound waves off underwater objects then records the echoes
Pangea is the super continent that broke apart nearly 225 million years ago
Earth's Core is primarily composed of
An object that is easily shaped or molded is said to have....
The transfer of heat by movement of a fluid
Which answer has the steps of scientific inquiry in the correct order
Why is the sky blue?
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Legal documents that permitted customs collectors to search any building in which illegal goods might be hidden
Group of colonists that worked to rally public opinion against Britain
Refusal to buy or use a product or service
People who take an extreme position or favor extreme change
People who prefer gradual change
In the English colonies in America, special militia units formed to "come in a moments warning" to defend a colony
Colonists who were loyal to the crown during the American war for independence
Privately owned ships authorized by the governmnet to attack enemy ships
Making an unfair profit by charging high prices for scarce goods
Also known as the American War for Independence; this war was between the U.S. colonies and Britain
Prohibits settlement west of the Appalachians and trading in the area without a license
Lowers taxes on molasses, with revenue to pay colonial government officials; puts new tax on wine
Prohibits colonies from issuing paper money; requires all debts to be paid in gold
Requires all written materials to be printed on stamped paper; revenue from stamped paper to be used for government salaries and defense
Requires colonists to house and feed British soldiers if ordered to
Affirms Parliament's right to tax the colonies
Taxes tea, lead, glass, and paper; establishes customs board in Boston; suspends New York legislature; legalizes writs of assistance
Repeals all Townshend Acts except tax on tea
Requires that only the East India Company may mport and sell tea
Closes Boston port until destroyed tea paid for; suspends town meetings; appoints military governor of colon; permits trials of government officials to be in England
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If you find something on the internet that is rude or horrible what should you do?
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Someone you have just started to talk to on the internet want's to know your telephone number, do you:
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You visit a website and it asks you to dwonload something, do you:
Someone you dont really know sends you a picture attatched to an email, do you:
What does the letter R in SMART stand for?
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This macromolecule is responsible for transmitting genetic information
This macromolecule is a primary energy source for the body
This macromolecule is the building block of cells
This macromolecule is a secondary energy source
Glucose is the monomer for
Amino acids are the building blocks of which nucleic acid
DNA and RNA are examples of
Sugars and starches are examples of
Glycerol and fatty acid are the building blocks of
Monosaccharides are the building blocks of
A piece or part taken from a group, whose properties are studied to get information about the whole group
A tasteless odorless carbohydrate found in food
A sugar that provides energy when it is digested.
The differences among individuals in a group
What part of the rice grain do you eat when you eat rice?
Which of the following is NOT true about growing rice?
Where in the world are the countries that consume the most rice?
What part of the rice grain is needed to allow it to grow into a rice plant?
Which of the following is not an example of a grain?
Rice provides energy primarily in the form of
If a trilobite was buried by ocean sediment, it would leave a cavity, or a(n)
What process involves the comparison of rock layers with others in a sequence to determine its age?
Which of the following is the largest division of geologic time?
Erosion is one of the major causes of the missing rock layers, known as
A fossil used to date surrounding rock layers is called a(n)
To determine the most accurate and precise age of Earth's oldest rocks, geologists would use
Which of the following is a trace fossil?
How many years of the history of Earth do geologists study?
Which of the following processes always occurs at a steady rate?
The phrase "younger over older" could be used to remember the principle of
What did marine fossils discover on a Canadian mountaintop tell scientists?
Which of the following do geologists used to date rock layers?
What is tilting?
Which word best describes the geologic column?
Which era ended with the largest mass extinction in Earth's history?
What do scientists think may have caused dinosaurs to become extinct?
What does a scientist need to know to figure out the absolute age of a rock?
How do geologists use the geologic time scale?
What can animal tracks tell about the animal that left them?
What can scientist learn from studying the relationships between fossils?
The Coriolis effect is caused by
The Coriolis effect tends to influence the wind by giving it a(n)
An atmospherrreic circulation cell is a distinct air mass that has the same airflow pattern as all other cells, but different weather
The trade winds are found between approximately _________
The trade winds blow
The _________ equator is at 0o latitude
The ________________ equator is an imaginary line marking the temperature equlibrium between the hemispheres
Most of the Earth's major desserts occur
You would expect the coean near a desert to have ______ salinity compared to the average ocean slainity
A monsoon is
A ___________ forms within a single atmospheric cell
A _______________ forms where Hadlley and Ferrel cells meet
A _______________ forms where Polar and Ferrel cells meet
Cyclones form where
Air circulates counter clockwise in a Northern hemisphere cyclone because the low pressure that draws in the winds is stronger thaan the Coriolis effect
BMCHS was founded in
BMCHS is in the _________________ Diocese
BMCHS attendance policy: pon returning to school, the student is to have a note completed and signed by the parent. These notes are kept on file for the year. If, after _____ days, no note is received the absence will be unexcused.
At BMCHS seniors are given ______ days on which to visit the colleges of their choice. These days are not counted as absences.
At BMCHS, juniros may use ____ of their 3 college visit days
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Which of the following is NOT true of Kansas after the Kansas-Nebraska act was passed?
What was the significance of Bleeding Kansas?
Representative Charles Sumner beat Senator Preston Brooks with a cane in Congress in retaliation for a speech Brooks made that advocated Kansas enter the Union as a free state.
Who was the slave form Missouri who sued for his freedom?
Which of the following was NOT a part of the decision made by the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott case?
Which of the following is NOT something Abraham Lincoln said in his debates with Stephen A. Douglass
Who, with a small group of followers, raided the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry Virginia in 1859?
The North viewed John Brown as a hero, but the south viewed him as a lunatic.
What was John Brown's plan when he raided the arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia in 1859?
What was the main issue of the presidential election of 1860?
What does secede mean?
Who won the presidential election of 1860?
Why did some Southern states secede from the Union after Abraham Lincoln was elected?
Where were the first shots of the Civil War fired on April 12, 1861?
Which side fired the first shots of the Civil War?
What is DNA?
Which of these choices describes a segment of DNA that determines a specific trait in a person, such as attached earlobes?
Ryan notices that all of his friend’s brothers and sisters are tall. What is the most likely explanation for this characteristic?
Some traits are inherited and others are acquired. Which of the following is an acquired trait in humans?
Which statement about genes is always true?
Which of the following is an example of a trait a person may have because of heredity?
A scientist is studying the genetic material that determines the traits of an individual. In which part of the cell must the scientist focus her studies?
Which of the following is an advantage of asexual reproduction?
Which of these statements is true of asexual reproduction?
Which of these statements correctly describes one way that asexual and sexual reproduction are different?
Which of these statements is true for organisms that reproduce asexually?
Which of these statements correctly describes one way that asexual and sexual reproduction are alike?
Which of the following organisms can produce offspring that are genetically identical to the parent?
How would living things differ if cell division took place only for reproduction?
Jorge looks through a microscope and observes the structures of cells on a microscope slide. He concludes that the cells he observes are eukaryotic cells. Which of the following structures did Jorge most likely observe before making his conclusion?
Which statement correctly identifies a cell type and explains why?
What evidence exists in a cell to indicate that it is a plant cell and not an animal cell?
If you were to compare the function of a cell to the function of a city, which of the following organelles would be the city’s power plant?
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un jus de pomme
un sandwich au fromage
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Which one is freshly squeezed?
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un croque-madame
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Who is the famous British primatologist?
Who is a current, renowned astrophysicist and cosmologist?
Who won a Nobel Prize for their work in cytogenetics?
Who is the famous theoretical physicist who is still living despite a severe illness?
Who devoted their life to their work with radioactive elements?
What does a primatologist study?
What is Botany?
Jane Goodall also studies ethology. What is ethology?
What field is concerned with how to name and categorize organisms?
What do icthyologists study?
The gradual breaking of rocks into smaller pieces is called...
The process that transports rocks, soil and sediments to a different location is called...
The sudden downslope of snow, ice, and rocks is called...
A sudden, violent shift of the Earth's plates is called...
The often triangular shaped deposit at the mouth of a river is called __________.
A person who studies the land forms and processes of changing Earth's surface is called...
Rocks that form from the cooling and hardening of hot liquid magma is called...
Rocks that are formed when the other forms of rock are under extreme heat and pressure are called...
Rocks formed from sediment that is compressed and cemented together over time and become solid are called...
An inorganic solid with a crystalline chemical structure is known as...
Little loose pieces of rock with decayed plants and animals is called...
Solid fragments of material that come from weathering of rocks is called...
A massive river of ice, rocks, and soil that moves slowly down a mountain is called...
Rain that contains harmful chemicals caused by burning fossil fuels is called...
The process of rain mixing with iron in the Earth and causing rust is called...
Ice, wind, water, gravity, plants, and animals are all agents of ...
If you drop a sugar cube into a glass of water, the sugar cube will dissolve after a few minutes. This process is an example of...
If you increase the surface area of a rock, how will it affect the rate at which it weathers?
Water chemically breaks down rock because...
When water gets into the cracks of rocks and freezes and expands, what is this process called?
The energy that supports all life in a forest by providing its initial energy source comes from:
Which of the following lists a functionable food chain?
All of the following are true about ecosystems EXCEPT for:
Mushrooms must have _____ to survive.
Which of the following is a decomposer?
All of the arrows in food chains and food webs show:
Algae is a:
Which of the following shows a list completely made up of decomposers?
Which of the following would correctly fit with this list of organisms, given how they acquire energy?: kelp, seaweed, algae
Which could correctly complete this food chain: flower, butterfly, _____, eagle
What is it called when wind blows sand and silt against exposed rock?
A mole burrowing into the ground, breaking down rock and soil is an example of what kind of weathering?
The extremely slow movement of material downslope is called...
A type of plant that chemically weathers rocks when it produces acis that wear holes in the rock it is attached to.
A ____ is the sudden and rapid movement of a large amount of material downslope.
_____ are fan shaped deposits of sediment that form on dry land.
_____ help prevent wind erosion of soil by growing their roots deep into the soil.
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The negatively charged subatomic particle
This type of bond transfers electrons
Positively charged subatomic particle
An isotope of an element has a different number of.....
A ______ is the smallest unit of matter
An acid has a ph value below
An example of an acid is
An example of a base is
The water is the universal _________, because it dissolves many substances
Enzymes are ......
The negatively charged subatomic particle
This type of bond transfers electrons
Positively charged subatomic particle
An isotope of an element has a different number of.....
A ______ is the smallest unit of matter
An acid has a ph value below
An example of an acid is
An example of a base is
The water is the universal _________, because it dissolves many substances
Enzymes are ......
To wrangle with someone is:
to acknowledge something is:
to surmount a difficulty is:
to have an adversary is:
to set a precedent is:
to elude a capture is to:
to have a worthy objective is to:
to implement a goal is to:
to give homage is to:
to exploit a situation is to:
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Which Poem caused Milton's stature as a poet to be recognized?
Paradise Lost was published in what year?
Which one of Milton's senses were lost during writing his works?
What year did John Milton Die?
Who did Milton have to write his works down when he became Blind?
What year was John Milton Born?
Which famous work of John Milton's was based on the fall of man? (Adam and Eve)
Which book was from the story of Samson in the Old Testament?
Which book was about the temptation of Christ?
a short-range wireless technology that allows computer and internet devices to talk to each other; these devices must comply with the Bluetooth Special Interests Groups testing.
adjustment done to printers and scanners to align them because of their analog components
supplies that get used up or worn out
the blue-ish green color that is used in the 4 part CMYK printing process
software or hardware used in troubleshooting to tell if devices are failing
impact printer type that used a grid of dots to form the characters on the printed page
small programs that tells the operating system how to work with a certain peripheral device
the IEEE 1394 standard for transferring digital audio and video at speeds of up to 400 Mbps; used mostly in digital cameras.
software that is programmed into read-only memory chips that do not lose contents when the power is removed
output device that used some type of firing pin powered characters striking an inked ribbon to place images on the printed page
wireless transmission like used in television remotes and needs an unobstructed line of sight to operate
output device that splatters ink onto the printed page through ink nozzles
output device that uses a laser to produce an image on a charged photosensitive drum; toner is added, transferred, and fused onto the printed page
the reddish color, M, used in the CMYK printing process
materials that hold data either on a printed page or storage material
the pathway that the paper takes to get through a printer
the transmission of a byte of data at a time simultaneously over 8 wires
an external transformer that converts standard AC voltage into that needed by portable electronic devices
the part of a printer that applies the ink to the paper
the inked tape that transfers the image to the page in an impact printer
temporary storage place for print jobs waiting to be printed
computer or small electronic device that controls a printer or printers
optical device that turns an analog picture into digital data
Small Computer Systems Interface; channel for connecting multiple devices to the system bus and using daisy-chaining technology; uses ID numbers to identify devices on the bus and terminators on each end of the chain to stop unwanted feedback
the transmission of one bit of data at a time over a single wire
removable storage media that contains portable applications
a coil of wire that when energized acts like a magnet
a type of laser printer that uses wax instead of toner to create the image on the page
troubleshooting method for a printer to tell if the printer is able to print or to get data from the computer
electrically charged particles used in laser printers and copiers to create the image on the printed page
working to figure out a problem with a device
Universal Serial Bus; an interface that transmits data serially at up to 480 Mbps and can have up to 127 devices daisy chained.
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Of the following, where would atmospheric pressure be greatest?
If a fluid flows from area A to area B, then area A must be an area of greater ___.
Fluid pressure is exerted evenly in all directions, which explains why ___.
The SI unit for pressure is ___.
Gases exert pressure ___.
The reason you blow round bubbles and not square ones is explained by ___.
80% of the gases in the atmosphere are found within ___ of the Earth's surface.
Pressure depends on ___.
You may feel discomfort in your ears when you take off in an airplane because the pressure in your inner ear ___.
A bicycle tire remains inflated because air particles ___.
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LV: That woman we saw could have been the new teacher.
HV: Jose has decided to become a rock star.
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Who was an American spy that was eventually killed by the British?
Who was the black patriot killed at the Boston Massacre?
Where were the Hessians defeated by the Americans on Christmas Day?
Where was the first battle of the War for Independence?
Who led the Green Mountain Boys and captured Ft. Ticonderoga?
Where did the British surrender to the Americans?
The turning point of the War for Independence was where?
Where did Washington's men spend a hard winter?
Who secured the Northwest Territory for Americans?
Where does a river begin?
Where does a river deposit land?
What is part of the ocean, but reaches into the land with a narrower opening than a bay?
What natural narrow body of water connects two large bodies of water?
Who said GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH?
Who said WE HAVE, THEREFORE, TO RESOLVE TO CONQUER OR DIE
Why were British soldiers called lobsterbacks?
Who said I REGRET I HAVE BUT ONE LIFE TO GIVE FOR MY COUNTRY?
Who said I HAVE NOT YET BEGUN TO FIGHT?
What is an inland body of fresh water called?
What time is it?
We won the game!
Go sit in your seat.
I live in Newark, Ohio.
Do your homework!
What is your favorite color?
I saw that movie yesterday.
How far is it to Columbus?
Our house is on fire!
I had pizza yesterday.
Which of the following sciences contribute to the field of environmental science?
All of the following make up 3 major categories of environmental problems except
Volcanoes occur at tectonic plate boundaries that are
The most abundant gas in Earth's atmosphere is
The transfer of heat by air currents (or currents in a liquid) is called
which of the following kingdoms include organisms that can make their own food?
Which of the following is not one of the kingdoms of living things?
One way that bacteria and fungi are important to the environment is that they
The organisms most likely to belong to the same species are
For evolution to occur in a population, organisms with a trait or characteristic that is naturally selected must
The distance north or south of the equator, as measure in degrees is
The main factors that determine what type of plant grows in a biome is
In a tropical rain forest, you would expect to find
A temperate deciduous forest would likely contain
Which level of biodiversity may still be reduced after a species recovers from a threat to its survival?
the major human causes of extinction today are
Cooperative efforts to prevent extinction include the
What human activities have influenced recent extinction events?
Water treatment involves
97% of the world's water resources are found in
the smallest functional and structural unit of all organisms; the basic unit of life
a living thing made up of one or more cells that can carry out life processes on its own
an organism made up of single cells that perform all of the functions necessary for life
the adaptation of a cell, tissue, or organ for a specific function
a group of similar cells that work together to perform a common function
a structure made up of two or more tissues that carry out a specialized function
a group of organs working together to perform specialized functions
organisms made up of more than one and the groups of cells work together
the arrangement of the parts in an organism or object
the activity the parts in an organism or an object carry out
A chart that classifies elements by their properties is a
When the atoms of DIFFERENT elements combine to make a new substance, the substance is called a
A substance that can be combined with baking soda to produce carbon dioxide is
How many elements are on the periodic table
The particle in the atom that is found outside the nucleus is the
When two or more atoms join together, they form a
Which of these is an example of a compound?
When sodium and chlorine combine, they form
Lemonade is an example of
An example of a physical property is
An example of a change that is NOT a chemical change is
Rust occurs when what two elements combine with each other?
The physical property that describes how much a substance will bend is known as
What is a mixture?
Ash is a new substance formed when
Knowing about chemical properties can help in identifying
Matter has mass and takes up
The smallest unit of a compound is a
When a chemical reaction happens what will happen?
What is the chemical symbol for Gold?
The word ANALYZE means ___________________.
The word BENEFICIAL means _______________________.
To CITE something means to _____________________.
The word CLAIM means ____________.
The word CLARIFY means to ________________________.
The word CONCLUSION means ________________________.
The word ELABORATE means __________________.
The word EMPHASIZE means _________________.
The word EVALUATE means to _______________.
The word EVIDENCE means ________________.
The word IDENTIFY means ___________________.
The word INDICATE means ____________.
The word INFER means _____________________.
The word JUSTIFY means ______________________.
The word PREDICT means _________________.
The word RELEVANT means _________________.
The word SIGNIFICANCE means _______________.
The word SUMMARIZE means ____________________.
The word TEXTUAL means _______________.
The word VALID means ________________.
The North supported the Kansas-Nebraska Act while the South felt it was a betrayal.
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A man walks 20 meters in 10 seconds. What is the mans average speed?
A ball rolls 100 meters in 5 seconds. What is the balls average speed?
What kind of motion does a pendulum show as it swings back and forth?
What do you need to know to find an objects average speed?
Which object has variable motion because of the way it moves?
What is an objects average speed?
Motion is measured relative to some location. What is this location called?
Cecil wants to measure how fast a train is moving past the crossing gate near his house. What point of reference should he choose?
What object is an example of circular motion?
Which of the following is an example of constant motion?
Luke was surprised to see the face in the window. (surprised)
Luke told himself that he was simply being cautious and making a plan. (cautious)
Luke bread sat on the side looking lopsided and pathetic. (pathetic)
Luke's brothers guffawed when their father mentioned marriage. (guffawed)
Luke knew that he would be hidden by trees and bushes in his yard. (hidden)
Luke's stomach felt funny when he thought about his plan. (funny)
Luke's dad grumbled because the field was too wet. (grumbled)
Luke hesitated at the barn before he sprinted across the yard. (hesitated)
He tried the screen door but it would not buldge. (buldge)
Luke barely had the nerve to look into the room where the noise was coming from. (nerve)
. A type of psychology in which the psychologist deals with emotional and behavioral problems of clients
A type of psychology in which the psychologists are concerned with the performance of players
Psychological approach founded by Watson concerned with how the environment shapes a person.
Psychological perspective founded by Carl Rogers that focuses on healthy people and how to better one’s self.
A type of psychology in which the psychologists study how to improve learning and the learning process.
. A type of psychology in which the psychologists study the physical, mental, and moral growth of a person.
Psychological approach founded by Freud that deals with the unresolved inner conflicts of a person’s unconscious mind.
Type of psychology that is concerned with the workplace and productivity
Define psychology
The three goals of psychology are to predict, control, and
Jen\'s mother got her a forged shopping pass. (forged)
Luke couldn\'t picture Jen\'s ordinary life. (ordinary)
Luke was relieved when Jen didn\'t say his name in her post. (relieved)
Luke thought to himself that he might be ignorant, but he new the importance of the rally. (ignorant)
Luke had trouble looking at Jen\'s triumphant grin. (triumphant)
Luke's stomach felt funny when he thought about his plan. (funny)
Luke's dad grumbled because the field was too wet. (grumbled)
how many licks does it take to get to the center of a blow pop
He tried the screen door but it would not buldge. (buldge)
Luke barely had the nerve to look into the room where the noise was coming from. (nerve)
A cognitive psychologists would likely be most interested in
Which of the following statements regarding correlation coefficients is false?
With which definition of psychology would John Watson and B.F.Skinner most agree
Behaviorists explain human thought and behavior as a result of
In a positive correlation, ___________ scores on one variable are associated with ___________ scores on a second variable.
The ethical guideline of __________ requires that participants be given full descriptions about the procedures involved in a study and their rights as a participant.
Jen collects survey data that indicates that students who spend more time preparing for the AP test tend to score better than other students. Jen can now conclude that
The research methodology Wilhelm Wundt used is called
Which of the following concepts is most integral to Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic theory
An advantage of using operational definitions is that:
Quick seizure of power
The English Navy defeated Napoleons army at this battle
Napoleon's final defeat
The country that Napoleon had a disasterous winter and it was the beginning of the end
The wealthy widow who Napoleon took as his wife
The first place Napoleon was exiled to
Popular vote
Although Napoleon was an good administrator he was more interested in building this
Napoleon's final exile
Napoleon had total authority over the French people, he ruled as a
what is the 1 st classification?
what is the second classification?
what is the def of animalia?
what is the def of monera?
what is the def of dichotomous key?
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What is a genus?
What is the linnean system?
What is fungi?
What is Plantae?
The lewis structure of HCN contains:
A polar covalent bond is likely to form between two atoms that:
A chemical bond results from the mutual attraction of the nuclei for:
Which molecule contains a double bond?
An unknown substance is an excellent conductor in the solid state and is malleable. What type of chemical bonding does this substance have?
How many lone pairs are there on the central atom in H2O?
How many electrons are shared in a single bond?
What shape is CO2?
What forces exist between nonpolar molecules?
How many valence electrons are in the molecule NO2?
After many years, rivers that cut through the surface of the Earth form –
When rocks are weathered, they -
Which of these landforms is caused by constructive forces?
This soil component is made from the remains of once living organisms.
This destructive force happens over millions of year.
Deposition occurs when –
The major forces behind the process of weathering, erosion, and deposition are –
How do oceans change the surface of the Earth?
Sand is formed mainly by –
Which is NOT a form of erosion?
Which theory of education transmits the enduring truth and values of the culture?
Which theory of education has a curriculum that centers around activities and projects?
Which theory of education has a curriculum that focuses on autobiographies of oppressed peoples?
Which theory of education airms to develop basic skills of literacy, numeracy and subject-matter knowledge?
Which philosophy of education states knowing is the recall of latent ideas?
Which philosophy of education states reality is subjective, with existence preceding essence?
Which philosophy of education focuses on a subject-matter curriculum that emphasizes humanistic and scientific disciplines?
Which philosophy of education states that knowing is to make personal choices?
Which philosophy of education rejects metaphysics as historical constructions used for socio-economic domination?
Which philosophy of education states concepts of reality are based on experience and the interaction with the enviroment?
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What is matter?
This is a state of matter that has a definite volume but no definite shape.
This is when some properties like size or shape of a substance may change, but nothing new is created.
Why does dew form on grass in the morning?
When making Kool Aid, which part is the solute?
Which of the following is a open system?
This is a state of matter that has a definite shape and volume.
You mix 20 grams of sugar with 100 mL of water. After the water evaporates, how much sugar will be left?
This is a state of matter that has no definite shape or volume.
Which of the following is a physical change?
Calculating density of an object relies on what?
What happens to the density of a substance when it goes from a gas to a liquid?
If a cup of ice is left to sit until it melts, what is true about the mass of the ice compared to the mass of the water?
When mixing lemonade powder and water together, what would the powder be called?
What happens to the particle of a substance when it freezes?
What happens to the particle of a substance when condensation occurs?
When heat is added to a substance and it increases in volume it is called what?
When pressure is applied to a liquid or a gas, it is called what
Which of the following explains diffusion?
What term refers to a style of writing that provides factual information?
that which proves or disproves something
words or phrases that help move from one idea to another
an unreasonable opinion to influence a decision
A page at the end of an essay that lists the sources used for research in the essay
A source that is worthy of belief or value
Stealing information from another person and passing it off as one's own
A law that protects songs, movies, and books from being copied by another person
acceptance of another person's beliefs, values, and differences
people from other parts of the world have different beliefs and customs that make up their
what word means a long-established way of thinking or acting?
What goes in the parenthesis for an in-text citation of a book
What does C stand for in RACE
which of the following is NOT a credible source for research
when you take direct words from another person's source you must have
what is the formula for a thesis statement?
An indirect quote is different from an in-text citation because:
which of these is NOT a credible source
Informative writing is used to
climate is...
39x5=
74x6=
66x4
72x8=
38x3=
Which of the following would be the distributive property shown for the problem 24x5
Which of the following would be the distributive property shown for the problem 44x4?
61x7=
32x9=
52x8=
In which country did both Hinduism and Buddhism begin?
Who was the founder of Buddhism?
Which religion incorporates the Eightfold Path?
Which of the following is NOT one of the 4 Noble Truths?
Legalism believed that people in general were?
A dynasty is
How long did the Qin rule China?
What is the sacred text of Confucianism?
What is one important invention of the Han?
Which ruler converted Gupta Empire to Buddhism?
Which kingdom has organisms with one cell and are eukaryotes (have a nucleus) and some organisms make their own food and some don't?
Which kingdoms is made up of organisms that have many cells with cell walls and a nucleus, make their own food, and cannot move?
Which kingdom is made up of organisms that cannot move, have many cells with cell walls, and cannot make their own food (decomposers)?
Which kingdom is made up of unicellular organisms that do not have a nucleus and can be found in common places like on the keyboard of the computer you are on now?
Which two domains are prokaryotes?
Which kingdom is made up of multicellular organisms that have cells with nuclei, can move, and cannot make their own food?
Why do members of kingdom Animalia depend on members from kingdom eubacteria and kingdom fungi?
The science of naming, describing, and classifying organisms is ___________________.
Which kingdom is made up of unicellular organisms with no nucleus (prokaryotes) that can live in boiling vents and freezing lakes with no oxygen?
The scientific name of an organism is made up of its ______________ and _________________.
A vast treeless plain where subsoil is permanently frozen
Heard by the ear
fixed and unmoving
a painful and involuntary muscular contraction
the line where the land (Earth) meets the sky
a low continuous dull sound
intense feeling of suffering; acute mental or physical pain
violent unsteady motion of air or water
Lacking clarity or distinctness; not very clear in one's mind
Brian's mother bought him a ____________________.
5 x 3
Who is Mrs. Chandler's favorite singer?
7 x 4
7 x 8
3 x 4
6 x m = 18
What song did Mrs. Chandler and her husband come into during their reception at their wedding?
7 x s = 14
What is Mrs. Chandler's favorite sport?
4 x q = 36
What is an unwanted change in the environment caused by substances, such as wastes, or forms of energy, such as radiation.
These includes wastes that can catch fire, eat through metal, explode, or make people sick.
This is an example of high-powered wastes.
This can be replaced at the same rate at which it is being used.
This cannot be replaced or can only be replaced over thousands or millions of years.
An organism that makes a home for itself in a new place outside its native home.
When the number of individuals becomes so large that the individuals can’t get the resources they need to survive.
Where an organism lives is called this.
The clearing of forests is known as this.
The number and variety of organisms in an area.
Which patriot was a silversmith and warned the colonists that the British soldiers were coming?
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These were sold to the American public to finance the war
This document, in which Germany offered to make an alliance with Mexico, helped bring the U.S> into the war.
This required all men between the ages of 21-30 to sign up for military service in the U.S.
The Triple Entente and the Triple Alliance were formed to
The Senate failed to ratify the Treaty of Versailles because it
After World War I, most Americans wanted to
To build support for the war, President Wilson authorized the formation of
Which was NOT part of Americans' civilian volunteer efforts?
Just as Germany tried to use U-Boats to cut off Great Britain's trade, Great Britain relied on ____________ to prevent supplies from reaching Germany
When America entered the war, it did so on the side of the:
participating in Physical Education activities
understanding academic presentations with visuals
understanding telephone conversations
taking a standardized exam
reading for information from a content area textbook
solving math problems while using manipulatives
art and music activities
reading and writing for personal purposes
making models, maps, and charts in social studies
writing reports and essays
Which aquatic biome contains standing fresh water?
Which marine biome is home to fish and phytoplankton?
Which of the following would contain a mix of salt and fresh water?
Which of the following organisms can be found in the dark deep ocean?
Why are coastal waters warmer than the deep ocean?
Coral reefs can be found in which of the following biomes?
Which of the following is an example of an estuary?
Which of the following biomes is the home to clams and crabs?
How are marine biomes different from one another?
Which of the following freshwater biomes has a current?
Everything around an animal, including its predators, is part of an animal's
When a predator comes near, animals seek
Some animals stay very still around predators, because they use ______, which helps them hide from the predator.
Some animals are able to escape from an attack by looking like another animal or object. This is called __________.
Each ______ an animal has helps it survive in its environment.
A behavior that is not learned is called an ___________.
One example of an instinct is ________, a long period of deep sleep.
During hibernation, an animal needs less
One instinct is called _______, which is a movement of a group of animals to another region and back.
Seasonal change can cause some insects and other animals to go through _______, a series of changes from egg to adult.
Hibernation and migration occur in places that have a cold _______.
When one animal looks like another to protect itself, this adaptation is called _____.
The young of many insects and amphibians change to adults by going through a process called
A bird that eats meat would have a __________ beak.
A bird that drinks nectar from inside flowers would have a __________ beak.
A snowshoe hare is an example of animal with
A walking stick is an example of animal that uses _____ to survive.
A tiger uses _________ to hide from its prey.
Which of the following is a mammal?
Which of the following goes through metamorphosis?
What two elements make up the inner core of the earth?
What do we call the outer most layer of the earth made primarily of rock?
What is the second layer of the earth primarily made of a thick solid rocky substance?
Which layer is between the mantle and inner core and is made up of liquid lava of elements?
What two elements make up the inner core of the earth?
What do we call the inner most part of the earth?
About how old is the earth?
Which of the following lists the earth's layers in order from the inside out
Which of the following is NOT a cause of the weathering of the earth's surface?
What do we call the plates that the earth's surface is broken up into and are in constant motion?
A boundary where two of the Earth\'s plates collide, move together or move towards one another it is called a--
A boundary wher two of the Earth\'s plates move away from one another is called a --
A boundary where two of the Earth\'s plaste move past or rub against each other is called a --
Which of the following is a chain of mountains in Virginia formed by convergent plates
What type of landform can form on a convergent boundary?
Which of the following would most likely be caused by a transformation boundary
What do scientists study to learn about the temperature inside the earth\'s crust?
Which of the following states has the most earthquakes?
Weathering and erosion occure the most on which layer of the Earth?
How was Mount Everest formed?
Which of the following biomes has animals that are adapted to a hot, dry climate?
Which of the following biomes contains no trees due to permafrost?
Which biome contains woody shrubs and trees that lose their leaves?
Which of the following characteristics best describes the coniferous forest?
Drought, wildfires, and grazing animals are common in which biome?
Which of the following biomes is located closest to the equator?
Which of the following organisms would be found in the tundra?
Which of the following does NOT play a role in the type of plants that grow in a land biome?
Prairie ecosystems can be found in which of the following biomes?
How have animals in the tundra adapted to their environment?
True or False: Succession is a rapid change in an ecosystem.
What role do pioneer species play in primary succession?
Which type of succession occurs over hundreds of years?
Which type of succession would take place on the exposed rock of a mountaintop?
Which of the following represents a trend that is seen in succession?
Which type of succession would occur after a man-made disturbance like logging?
Which type of succession would occur after a natural disturbance like a tornado?
Why does secondary succession occur more quickly than primary succession?
True or False: Secondary succession could result in a field becoming a forest.
Which of the following is not a pioneer species?
Air pressure in the red and yellow cups is
The ozone layer is found in this atmosphere layer
The weight of air on a surface is defined as
Molecules tend to move from areas of
Molecules that take the shape of their container but retain surface tension and strong molecular attraction are in the
These atmospheric layers BOTH become colder the higher you travel
These atmospheric layers BOTH become warmer the higher you travel
Most all gases in the atmosphere are found in the
The air pressure in the green cup, as it is pushed deeper in water
The egg going down into the bottle was because
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Why did the North increasingly control the federal government?
How did the South respond to the North's increasing control of the federal government?
What does sectionalism mean?
What type of state would Missouri be when it officially became a state?
Why was Missouri becoming a state an issue?
Which of the following is NOT true about the Missouri Compromise?
Why was the Missouri Compromise significant?
What did the Compromise of 1850 say about California?
How did the Compromise of 1850 affect Washington D.C.?
What did the Fugitive Slave Act do
The Fugitive Slave Act angered many northerners because it forced them to help the slave catchers
Who wrote the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin?
What was the significance of Uncle Tom's Cabin
What is popular sovereignty?
How did the Kansas-Nebraska Act try to solve the issue of the expansion of slavery?
The type of light that is reflected off of an object
Resistance to being scratched
Shininess
The ease with which something breaks
Ability to allow electricity or heat to pass through a substance
Ability to be drawn into wires
Ability to stretch and return to original shape
Ability to be pounded into shapes or rolled into sheets
Chemical vapor that can be detected by the nose
Ability to resist being pulled apart
Ability to dissolve in another substance
Attraction or repelling the north or south pole
Ability to float in water
ratio of an object's mass to its volume
Which of the following is a sign of aggression?
In primates, staring may be a signal of wanting to
Confidence is a trait that makes you
People who have glossophobia are afraid of
Which text example best demonstrates the writing style of the author?
A cat might ambush a
Which older and more useful fear may trigger glossophobia?
A good time to distract yourself would be when you are
What does the title ''In the Spotlight'' mean?
What is a helpful way to overcome glossophobia?
Perceptual differences should be used for what?
Graphics on a slide should consist of what?
Source used to find more interesting vocabulary
Resource that is best to find brief facts of information on a topic
Which word meaning clue is a familiar saying that is not literal
Which word meaning clue is a single word with opposite meaning?
What is the key ingredient to a successful presentation?
What things indicate if a website is credible?
The suggested number of items for a list on a slide
Name of phobia related to public speaking
The rise of the Mongol Empire resulted in all of the following EXCEPT
Family and education are the key ideas to which religion?
How did the Black Death affect medieval Europe?
What was Genghis Khan's major achievement?
How did Europeans and Muslims interact during the Middle Ages?
Which religion originated in the Byzantine Empire?
What was a major impact of the Crusades?
Who did the Pope want to the Holy Land from during the Crusades?
What was a major impact of the Hundred Years War?
Which was NOT invented by the Tang and Song Dynasties?
Ibn Battuta and Marco Polo were both travelers and their books caused people to do what?
What was an effect of the Mongol Empire on Russia?
The Earth is able to support plant and animal life because…
True or False? 97% of the water on earth is freshwater.
Of the freshwater on earth most of it is locked in…
Much of the water that is not locked in ice can be found in…
What is the name of the world’s largest lake and what percent of the Earth’s fresh water does it contain?
Small streams and rivers that flow into a major river are called…
Fresh water that can be found beneath the earth is called…
True or False? All of the oceans and seas are the same body of water.
Which of the below is not one of the five oceans?
What is a body of water that is almost or completely surrounded by land?
True or False? The hydrologic cycle is the never-ending process in which land is renewed.
The order of the Hydrologic Cycle is…
What are the two types of landforms found on Earth?
True or False? Many of the landforms that are found on dry land can be found under the water?
Major continental landforms are…
True or False? Relief is the difference in elevation from the lowest point of a landform to the middle elevation of the landform.
Oceanic landforms are…
Oceanic landforms that push above the water are called what?
As Earth rotates it revolves around the…
True or False? The Earth’s rotation and revolution influence weather, climate, and living conditions on Earth.
Earth is tilted at a ______⁰__ angle.
The Summer solstice starts on what date every year?
The beginning of Spring and Autumn start on the …
The term solstice is used to describe…
When the Southern Hemisphere is experiencing a Summer Solstice the Northern Hemisphere is experiencing a…
The term Equinox is used to describe…
The condition of the Earth’s atmosphere at a given time and place is…
The term for the typical weather conditions of a certain region over a long period of time is…
Which is NOT a factor that interacts to cause weather at a particular location.
The most important weather factor is…
As you go higher above sea level, air becomes ______ , loses its ability to hold moisture, and the air becomes ______.
Climates are warmer near the…
Ocean currents are like rivers flowing through the ocean. They move ______ waters away from the Equator and ______ waters away from the poles.
Tropical Latitudes are found between…
The five main climate regions are…
True or False? A vegetation region is named for the types of trees, grasslands, and specially adapted plants found there.
an area that has similar plants
a vegetation region with a mix of grassland and scattered trees
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