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The two houses of the Georgia legislature are the
A member of the Georgia General Assembly serves a term of how many years?
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Biologists group living things into how many domains?
Researchers testing new drugs usually give the drug to one group of people and give placebos,
A DNA molecule is a polymer made of subunits (monomers) called
The information carried by a DNA molecule is in
A gene is
Organisms that possess homologous structures probably
We know a lot about fossil crabs, snails and corals, but not much about ancient seaweeds. Why do you suppose this is the case?
The fossil record of horses reveal that
The oldest fossils usually
Fossils of an ancient reptile called Lystrosaurus have been found in Africa, India and Antarctica. Which of the following best explains this distribution?
A spreadsheet program is computer software that can be used to enter, calculate, manipulate, and analyze numbers.
When referring to a specific cell, refer to it with the number first, then the letter.
The place where a row and column intersect is called a
The default number of worksheets is
In Excel, the first and last cell of a range is separated by a
What is NOT a way to move around within a worksheet?
The cell that is currently selected is the _______ cell.
When referring to a group of cells, it is called a
Groups of cells that are labeled with numbers and run horizontally are
Groups of cells that are labeled with letters and run vertically are
When the tide receded, it _________.
Obeying traffic signals is imperative because
Our teacher was optimistic about the test after we had _______.
I had a premonition that I was going to _________.
Marcie threw her clothes on the floor haphazardly because ___________.
The driver became disoriented because
The soccer team felt remorse over ___________.
The flood waters finally _______after a few days of dry weather.
We were ______about winning because our team had many experienced players.
It must be done no matter how difficult it is
The fog was as thick as pudding
My eagle eyes peered through the dim light.
The fog faded and crept past me.
The wind was a wolf howling.
A smiling sun rose slowly.
The sun kissed the sky as it rose higher.
The air was as cold as an icicle.
Autumn leaves covered the ground like a colorful quilt.
My breath came like radiator steam.
Nature was a beast today.
What is another name for sensory division?
Which of the following nervous systems occupy the dorsal cavity and is responsible for intergration?
What best describes Cell body?
Cells become _______ to sodium ions and _________ to poassium ions during the repolarization phase.
Which of the following is part of the neuron cells that transmits messages
What are the electrical messages in the nervous system called?
What protein is responsible for restoring the original concentrations in resting potiential?
( RestING Potienal) How much of an animals energy is used to power this pump
All of these are types of sensory receptors except?
In resting potienal where is the pump found?
A formula cannot contain any spaces.
When you use the AutoSum feature, the computer automatically tries to guess what numbers to add.
All formulas begin with a(an)
A function used to find the highest number in a range.
A function that adds a range of numbers and divides by the quantity of numbers in the range.
A function that is used to add all numbers in a range.
A function used to find the lowest number in a range.
In a formula, the symbol to multiply is
In a formula, the symbol to divide is
If you use the sum function, what happens to the totals when you change numbers in a worksheet?
I was so scared that I ran, ran, ran all the way home
The bird chirped as I lifted it out of the incubator.
The smell of freshly baked bread drifted through the building.
Lou wanted a puppy and so Amanda wanted a puppy.
April wanted to have fun, but she found none.
The air conditioner buzzed and hummed through the hot summer night.
Leaves fell to the sun-baked ground without a sound.
The sea shimmered in the sunlight under the noon sun.
What is the prefix in "unnaturally"
What is the suffix in "indirectly"
Which button displays the formulas used in your worksheet?
Which button is useful for creating a title that goes across all columns of information?
Which chart is used to display data measured in horizontal stacks?
What chart is used to compare data over a period of time?
What chart is used to compare pieces of data using vertical stacks?
What chart is used to show how a total number is broken down into individual parts?
You can use the AutoFill feature to copy formulas from one cell to another.
When the chart appears on the same worksheet as the data, it is a(an) _______ chart.
Which two functions produce opposite results?
Instead of typing the range of cells in the function, you can also click and drag to select the cells.
Which type of bond is requires electron to be shared between two nonmetals?
What type of bond occurs when electrons are transferred between a metal and a nonmetal?
Valence electrons are the electrons found:
Which type of diagram shows you ONLY the valence electrons?
The goal of an atom is to achieve this
Atoms that lose electrons typically become
Atoms that gain electrons typically become
Nonmetals typically _________________ electrons in an ionic bond to form a __________.
Metals typically _________________ electrons in an ionic bond to form a __________.
Metals become positively charged in an ionic bond because
How many atoms of carbon are found in the chemical formula 3 CO2
The energy required to remove an electron from its outer shell is called
Which of the following is NOT a property of an ionic bond?
A polar covalent bond occurs when there is
Which of the following is the correct name for the ionic compound NaCl
What type of bond would form between the following atoms...Potassium and Bromine
What type of bond would form between...Iodine and Carbon
Would chlorine gain or lose electrons?
Would barium gain or lose electrons?
The chemical formula for magnesium bromide is
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What is the name of the military camp that George Washington had to go with harsh (poor) weather conditions?
What was the name of George Washington's Army?
What meeting named George Washington the Commander of the Continental Army?
The document that issued independence and was addressed to King George III was called...
The turning point of the Revolutionary War was when...
The turning point battle of the American Revolution was...
The person who financed the American Revolution and gave loans was
The harsh winter military camp that George Washington and the army were in was called
Which event angered the colonists because five of them were shot?
The common phrase that the colonists used against the war was...
Which act taxed important documents?
The group that spread news of events through letters was known as the...
This event angered the British, because it affected their financial investments.
These documents were like warrants and used by the British to search homes.
This event angered the colonists so much, that they later write the 3rd Amendment because of it
When colonists were upset over the Stamp Act, they often responded by not buying the goods or documents. This is called a...
One of the first events that made the colonists upset was an act that hindered (limited) their ability to move west. This was called..
The British closed the Boston Harbor, which meant that the colonists could not trade goods to make money. This was called the...
What is the word to describe the measure of the resistance of a mineral to being scratched?
The silicon oxygen tetrahedron is a characteristic of this mineral group
How are minerals classified
What is the word that describes the color of a mineral in powdered form?
Which mineral group contains the elements that contain oxygen and one or more other elements which are usually metals?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a mineral?
Smell and feel are examples of distinctive properties
Which mineral group has minerals that contain a halogen ion plus one or more other elements?
What does the mohs scale measure?
which is a characteristic of the native elements group of minerals?
How do you calculate density?
What is the word used to describe the tendency of a mineral to cleave, or break, along flat, even surfaces?
Dolomite and calcite are examples of which mineral group that are described as containing the element carbon, oxygen, and one or more other metallic elements?
Small amounts of different elements can give the same mineral different what?
What is the tendency of a mineral to break unevenly
Which is a characteristic of the mineral group sulfates/sulfides?
How can crystal form be described?
What is 2 ways that minerals form
What is the word used to describe how light is reflected from the surface of a mineral?
I saw lizards birds and frogs on my walk. How many commas does this sentence need?
I like to put pepperoni mushrooms and onions on my pizza. How many commas does this sentence need?
Ann is wearing a dress that is blue orange pink purple and white. How many commas does this sentence need?
Tommy plays basketball tennis baseball and football. How many commas does this sentence need?
Johnny Bill Sandra Kim Mandy and Sara all went on the trip with me. How many commas does this sentence need?
My family has a dog cat and rabbit. How many commas does this sentence need?
Michael Jordan is way better at basketball than LeBron James. How many commas does this sentence need?
Please get a book sit quietly and read until the bell rings. How many commas does this sentence need?
Aunt Martha Uncle John Grandpa Murphy Cousin Tom and Samantha are coming to dinner tomorrow. How many commas does this sentence need?
Which sentence is correct?
Any of several forms of a gene usually arising through mutation, that are responsible for hereditary variation
A strong likelihood or change of something
Children or young of a particular parent
A type of grid used to show the gametes of each parent and their possible offspring
The genetic makeup of an organism or group of organisms with reference to a single trait
The observable constitution/traits of an organism
Having identical pairs of genes for any given pair of hereditary characteristics
Having dissimilar pairs of genes for any given pair of hereditary characteristics
A new organism is produced from the DNA of two cells (two parents)
Reproduction in which a new organisms is formed by cell division (one parent)
Sound waves can only travel through matter.
The area of a sound wave where the particles are close together is called
The distance betweeen one point on a wave and the nearest point just like it is called
The speed of sound waves is affected by
Sound waves travel faster in cold air than in warm air.
The middle ear is made up of all of these except
What part of the ear amplifies sound?
The outer ear
A sound wave with a higher frequency has a lower pitch.
When your vocal chords vibrate, it produces sound that makes up your voice.
Loudness is measured by the
The more energy a sound wave has, the higher the
A way that we can use sound waves is
Light is a type of wave called ___ waves.
Light can travel through a vacuum.
Light waves travel through matter slower than in a vacuum.
The entire range of electromagnetic wave is called the
Light travels only to either side of a source.
If something doesn't emit light, how do we see it?
When interactions with a material convert light energy into other forms, we say it's been
According to the law of reflection, the angle of incidence always equals
___ occurs when light waves traveling in 1 direction are made to travel in many directions
A wave that changes direction as it travels from one material into another is refracting.
Concave mirrors curve inward.
Convex mirrors produce images that are upside down.
Convex lenses produce images that depend on where an object is in relation to the
The convex lens made of transparent tissue that is located on the outside of the eye is the
Which part of the eye changes size to control the amount of light that enters?
___ cells allow you to see in dim light.
White light is
___ materials allow some light to pass through them and form a blurry image.
When adding decimals you ALWAYS
When subtracting decimals you ALWAYS
When multiplying decimals you first ____________ then you ________________.
When dividing decimals, the number of times you move the decimal to the right in the divisor will
To add or subtract fractions you must first
When writing your answers you should change improper fractions to _________ or simplify the fraction.
When multiplying fractions you simply
When dividing fractions you
When dealing with integers with different signs, subtraction
When adding integers with different signs it is
When multiplying and dividing, any two integers with the same signs will equal a positive and
Voy a traer la cámara digital a tu casa porque tú _____.
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The goal of an atom is to achieve this
Which type of bond requires electrons to be shared between two nonmetals?
Which of the following diagram shows you ONLY the outer electrons
Nonmetals typically ____________________ electrons in an ionic bond to form a (an) ____________.
What type of bond is formed when electrons are transferred between a metal and a nonmetal?
Atoms that gain electrons typically become
Atoms that lose electrons typically become
Valence electrons are found
Metals typically ____________________ electrons in an ionic bond to form a (an) ____________.
Metals become positively charged in an ionic bond because
In a chemical equation, what is found on the right side?
What is found on the left side of a chemical equation?
What does the arrow on a chemical equation represent?
Balancing an equation is important because of this law:
Which of the following equations are balanced?
Identify the reaction: A + B --> AB
Identify the reaction: AB --> A + B
Identify the reaction: A + BC --> B + AC
Identify the reaction: AB + CD --> AD + CB
Which of the following is a statement of the law of conservation of mass?
The ________ is known as the "brains" of the computer.
Which of the following is NOT an example of hardware?
Permanent storage where files and programs are kept is called the
A screen saver is a series of moving pictures or text that helps prevent discoloring of the screen.
A network is a group of computers all linked together.
_______ is a place inside your computer that is used for temporary storage.
A miniature display of the file
Storage on a computer that holds all files after they have been deleted.
Displays open programs, time, and other special controls.
The ________ is the main screen of your computer and contains all program icons.
The cell theory says that:
ALL cells:
What is the function of the cell membrane?
Which cell organelle breaks down food to release energy?
What might happend if an animal cell did NOT have lysosomes?
What is the function of a cell wall?
Which organelle uses the suns energy to make food for the plant?
Which is NOT found in an animal cell?
This type of cell has NO nucleus:
A tissue is a group of ____________ that work together to do the same job.
Which of the following are NOT names of muscles of the eye?
The sight and eye the most complex of the special senses
What are sounds produced from?
How many structures are there in the ear?
Gustatory cells are:
The transparent window of the eyeball is known as the what?
Rods and cones are:
Rods are sensitive to light, therefore project no
In order to smell the chemicals in gaseous form must be transformed into
The lens in the eye helps to _____ light
Human blood cells __________.
Muscle cells ___________. They are constantly working (using a lot of energy) so they need more ______________________ than other types of cells.
What is osmosis?
When perfume is sprayed in a room, the scent eventually spreads throughout the room. The process by which the scent spreads is called:
During photosynthesis, oxygen is produced as a waste product. These oxygen molecules are small enough to fit through the cell membrane, so as a result of ___________________, it moves from high concentration inside the cells to low concentratio
Which type of cell division produces sex cells?
When a sea urchin egg is removed from the salty ocean water and placed into freshwater, the egg swells and bursts. Which process explains why this occurs?
Cabbage juice normally is purple, but turns green when in contact with vinegar. We fill a packet of dialysis tubing with vinegar and place it in a beaker of cabbage juice, after 10 minutes, the cabbage juice in the beaker turns green. Which of the
Active transport always requires:
Selective permeability is:
Which of the following is the correct order for the phases of the cell cycle?
During _________________ of the cell cycle, the parent cell makes a copy of the DNA to ensure that both new cells have all the genetic information they need.
The cells of both unicellular and multicellular organisms carry out life processes. What advantage do multicellular organisms have over a unicellular organism?
A plant’s roots continue to grow longer in search of nutrients and water. This growth is a result of:
The nuclear membrane begins to dissolve and the DNA begins to coil into chromosomes during ___________________.
In mitosis, if the parent cell has 46 chromosomes, then each daughter cell will have _______ chromosomes.
The cell part that holds the copies of the chromosomes together is called the
If a parent cell has 46 chromosomes, after meiosis, each sex cell will have ___________ chromosomes.
A chemical used to treat cancer cells prevents the nuclear membrane from reforming during cell division. Which phase of the cell cycle would this chemical affect?
If a certain type of bacteria can complete the cell cycle in 10 minutes, how long would it take for 1 bacterium to produce over 100 bacteria?
To tantalize others is:
A feeling of apathy is:
to give sage advice is to:
a hidden cascade is:
to enjoy a repast is:
an induction of members is:
a ravenous person is
the inverse order is:
a pungent taste is:
a jaunt through the woods is:
Which organelle found in the cell makes ribosomes?
A cell composed of 23% water is floating around in blood that is 85% water. In which direction will the water move through osmosis?
What are the products of cellular respiration?
Which of the following results in daughter cells that are identical to the parent cells?
If an animal has 40 chromosomes in its normal body cells, how many chromosomes will be found in a cell produced through meiosis?
Which of the following statements is true about prokaryotes?
Which of the following best describes the body systems used to hit a baseball with a baseball bat.
Which of the following best describes the body systems used when you have the flu?
Which of the following best describes the systems used to cool down your body on a hot summer day?
Which of the following describes the main function of the respiratory system?
Where did Darwin's ship, The Beagle, travel to in 1835?
A hollow space in sediment in the shape of an organism
The preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in the past
The millions of fossils that scientist have collected
The theory that species evolve during short periods of rapid change
The calendar of Earth's History
Any difference between individuals of the same species
Well-tested concept that explains a wide range of observations
The theory that evolution occurs slowly, but steadily
Which technique helps determine the actual age of fossils?
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An atom that has the same number of protons as other atoms of the same elements do but that has a different number of neutrons
The sum of the number of protons and uterus in the nucleus of an atom
Describes an atomic model where electrons are likely to be
A bond formed when atoms share one or more pairs of electrons
A bond that forms when electrons are transferred from one atom to another, which results in a positive ion and a negative ion
A charged particle that forms when an atom or group of atoms gains or loses one or more electrons
A valence electrons are represented by dots placed the chemical symbol
Positively charged ion
Negative charged ion
One of the elements of Group 1 of the periodic table
One of the elements of group 2 of the periodic table
One of the elements of group 17 of the periodic table
In chemistry, a horizontal row of elements in the periodic table
A vertical column of elements in the periodic table; elements in a group share chemical properties
One of the elements of group 18 of the period table
Why is the study of ancient bones important to us today?
Which of the following statements best summarizes why people learned how to make clothes and build shelters after migrating out of Africa?
What effect did the invention of tools have on early humans?
Which statement best defines the Neolithic Revolution?
What effect did farming have on people in the Stone Age?
Which of the following defines Homo erectus?
People in the New Stone Age had a different relationship to plants and animals due primarily to
Which of the following statements best summarizes the relationship between farming and the growth of towns?
What are two ways the Stone Age people stayed warm?
To study prehistory, historians rely on the work of archaeologists and
Simple tools like __________ were used for about 2 million years.
After the Neolithic Revolution, one way prehistoric people adapted to their environment was to create tools to __________ food.
Which of the following lists is in chronological order?
The overall function of the cytoskeleton
Which of the following components of the cytoskeleton are important in moving organelles, moving the DNA during division and forming cilia and flagella?
Cilia and flagella are primarily used to
This jelly-like substance fills the interior of the cell and helps it maintain it's structure
This cell structure controls the movement of substances into and out of the cell
This cell structure stores and protects the genetic information (DNA)
This cellular structure is a dense region of DNA that makes ribosomes.
This organelle produces proteins
This organelle produces and modifies membrane proteins
This organelle processes, sorts, packages and ships proteins where they need to go
This organelle divides materials from the cytoplasm and ships them place to place
This organelle does cellular respiration which converts glucose into usable energy--ATP
This organelle does photosynthesis which converts solar energy into the chemical energy of Glucose.
This organelle mainly stores materials for the cell. In plant cells, they can store water, pigments and toxins.
This organelle breaks down invading bacteris, viruses, and damaged or worn-out cell parts
This cell structure produces microtubules and anchors the spindle during cell division
This organelle produces lipids, such as steroids, and breaks down toxins
What is the slow conical (toplike) motion of Earth’s axis of rotation?
During the new and full moon phases, the Sun’s gravitation boosts the tidal bulges in the same direction as the Moon, creating this type of tide
The imaginary sphere surrounding Earth on which all objects in sky can be located
The circulation of substances from warm to cold and cold to warm
The apparent path of the sun and Earth on the celestial sphere
A type of eclipse that occurs when the moon is too far away from Earth to completely cover the sun in our sky
During the quarter moon phases, the sun pulls the tidal bilges in a different direction from the Moon, diminishing the tides, creating this type of tide
Sunlight and heat from Earth’s interior warm Earth’s surface, which radiates energy absorbed by gasses, heating the Earth
Long lines of cliffs created from the moon’s surface settling and its shrinking interior
Stars near the poles of the celestial sphere that move in trails that circle the pole and never set
11. When are the solstices?
What is a distinct feature of the dark side of the moon?
In which direction to stars appear to move at the equator?
What is the collision-ejection theory?
What is Pangaea?
What is the difference between rotation and revolution?
What causes the seasons?
In what direction does the moon, sun, and stars appear to cross our sky?
Which of the following is not a plate boundary?
How long does it take for precession to make a complete cycle?
emphasis shifts from the production of food to the production of manufactured goods
when people interact in an effort to receive a reward or return for their actions
occurs when a person had difficultly meeting the role expectations of a single status
corresponding roles that define the patterns of interrelation between related statuses
the behavior-the rights and obligations-expect of someone to occupy a particular status
rewards or punishments used to enforce conformity to norms
status attained through people's own direct efforts
the network of interrelated statuses and roles that guide human interactions
process by which a norm becomes a part of an individual's personality, thereby conditioning the individual to conform to society's expectations
a system of beliefs or ideas that justifies the social, moral, religious,. political, or economic interests held by a group or by society
What is the smallest particle of a substance that has all the properties of the substance?
What are the positively charged particles in the nucleus of an atom?
Protons and neutrons are packed in the -
The part of an atom that has no charge.
The negatively charged particles are the-
A pure substance made of only one kind of atom.
The first 1 or 2 letters of an element's name.
The symbol for carbon.
Atoms join together to form -
What is the lightest element?
A substance whose molecules contain atoms of different elements.
Properties and traits mean the same as -
The number of protons in an element is known as its
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What is the major cause of the American Revolution?
What were the first two battles of the Revolutionary War called?
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This period covers the first 4 billion year's of Earth's history
The gradual change in a species over time
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
Body parts that are structurally similar in related species and provide evidence of a common ancestor
A copy of the shape of the organism that made the mold
The time it takes for half of the atoms in a radioactive element to decay
Diagram that shows how scientists think different groups of organisms are related
Process where individuals that are better adapted to their environment are more likely to survive and reproduce than other members of the same species
The Jurassic period was...
A conifer is an example found in what time?
Density is found by dividing_________
Dalton's atomic theory included which idea?
Which field of science studies the composition and structure of matter?
Which of the following is a physical change?
Which of the following was a major contribution to chemistry by Antoine Lavoisier?
Which state of matter has a definite volume and takes the shape of its container?
All of the following are physical properties of matter EXCEPT
Which of the following is NOT an example of matter?
Which of the following is true about homogeneous mixtures?
Which of the following is a homogeneous mixture
Is nature or nurture more significant in brain development?
What is Differentiation?
What basic functions do the brainstem and midbrain control at birth?
What are basic brain cells called?
When is the brain most plastic?
What is proliferation?
What happens over time if brain connections are not used?
Do neurons die?
How heavy is a new borns brain?
At how many weeks do a newborns cells start getting formed?
What is one difference between a mixture and a compound?
The first figure in a properly written chemical symbol always is _
Which of the following represents a compound?
What must be done to be certain that a chemical change has taken place?
The diameter of a carbon atom is 0.000 000 000 154 m . What is the number in scientific notation?
How man significan figures are in the measurement 40,500 mg
What is the temperature of absoluted zero measured in C
What is the boiling point of water in kelvins?
The atomic number of an element is the total number of which particles in the nucleus?
Isotopes of the same element have different_________
What parts of the brain are fairly well established at birth?
What is a quantitative measure that provides typical values and variation in such characteristics as height and weight for children?
What size is the brain at birth compared to the adult sized brain?
What are basic brain cells called?
What are parts of the brain insulated with?
What are myelin made up of?
Which step is the production of new nerve cells?
What is the process of neurons that are moved from the neural tube where they were produced to other locations?
What is the process of enlarging, forming synapses with other neurons?
When is the brain most plastic?
newborns initially____some weight
is the brain ready if the child is born premauture?
from what kind of celss are neurons born?
babys gain weight rapidly dubling their weight in how many months?
at birth the brain is at what % of its adult size
the cortex controls what 3 main things?
what happens over time if some connections are not used?
is nature or nurture more important in brain development
what is the definition of proliferation?
a child can grow up to how many inches a night?
Is a child\'s brain ready if they are born premature?
What, along with the head, undergoes an early, rapid, increase in weight?
What are synapses?
Which is most significant in brain development?
Which is NOT a difficulty premature babies will experience?
How soon can babies see and recognize?
What kind of cells are neurons born from
Which of these control things such as basic reflexes and sensory processing?
Neurons moving from the neural tube to other locations is...
What happens over time if some connections are not used.
What are norms?!?
The head and _____________ undergo early and rapid increase weight.
What are the basic brain cells called?!?
What are synapses?!?
When is the brain at its most plastic?!?
At birth the brain is _____% of ITs adult size
What parts of the brain are fairly well established at birth?!?
What basic function do these brain areas control??
Parts of neurons become insulated with_____.
________cells provide the basic building material for myelin, and also serve other vital functions.
A quantitative measures that provide typical values and variations in height and weight in children are known as
In contrast to the areas, a lot of development of the cortex takes place after; this part of the brain is responsible for (3 main things )
What are basic brain cells are called ?
The ability of alternate regions of the cerebal cortex to take on specialized sensory, linguistic, and other infromation processing is know as
Migration is the
The head and the ______________________ under do early and rapid increase in weight.
Which is most important in the brains development?
At how many weeks do a newborns cells begin to form?
How much of its adult size is the brain at birth?
Babys are really easy to take care of ?
A child may grow as much as 1/4 inch
The growth pattern where infants grow and gain motor control starting with their heads and progressing down their bodies to their feet is called
Brainstem and midbrain are fairly well established
Basic brain cells are called
What are the 3 important types of changes neurons undergo?
neurons become insulated with
What is brain lateralization?
At birth the brain is_______% of its adult size
After birth cortex of the brain is responsible for
Synapses are
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_______ is the spacing placed between individual characters.
When a typeface is stretched horizontally it is:
_________ is the process of checking for typesetting errors and marking them for correction.
_________ is  a measure of how difficult or easy it is to read several pages of printed matter before eye fatigue begins.
What does the following proofreading symbol mean: ( ) rotated 90º
______________is a typesetting format with the type aligned evenly on the right side of the page and ragged on the left side.
What is an ADVANTAGE of a market economy compared with a traditional economy?
When Wendy's was successful at selling salads in its restaurants, McDonald's started to sell salads, too. This is an example of:
How does the Federal Reserve impact the U.S. economy?
What is a difference between a traditional economy and a free enterprise system?
What is a characteristic of a command economy compared with other types of economic systems?
How does a bear market impact the U.S. economy?
What is an advantage of the market portion of the United States economic system?
What is a DISADVANTAGE of a traditional economy compared to the other types of economic systems?
Compare the way economic decisions are made in an Amish community with the way they are made in Cuba.
What is a difference between a market economy and a command economy?
In the United States economy, interstate highways, public water systems, and Medicare are all classified as:
How does e-commerce impact the U.S. economy
Tissue that carries food and water is called
During the process of photosynthesis, the two end or by-products include:
What part of the plant carries food DOWN the plant?
What part of the plant carries water and minerals UP the plant?
What part of the flower keeps the pollen from blowing away?
The male part of the flower is called the
A plant that has adaptations which include extensive roots, reduced leaves, and thick stems that can store water is probably living in a (an)
The plant structures that control the exchange of gases into and out of a leaf are the
The main function of a leaf is
Which of these characteristics might help a plant species survive in an area with limited sunlight?
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Mi familia y yo ___ en nuestra casa.
Yo ___ el autobús a la parada.
Ella ___ en bicicleta en el parque.
La peatona ____ la avenida cuando el semáforo estuvo en verde.
Ellos ___ al cine el sábado pasado.
Tú ___ con el alcalde en su oficina en el ayuntamiento.
El tráfico ____ el puente para salir del barrio.
La población ____ las afueras rápidamente después del terremoto.
Los ciudadanos ____ el transporte público en la capital mucho.
Estuvo perdido, pero tuvo la ____ de la reunión y le preguntó el camino del peatón.
El museo del arte mexicano está en el ____ de Pilsen en Chicago.
La gente toma el ____ en D.F. porque es más fácil de conducir con todo el tráfico.
La estudiante _____ llegó después de empezar la presentación.
Fue un accidente ___, nadie sabía que iba a ocurrir.
Tuve que añadir más aqua, el tazón (bowl) estaba _____.
Mi madre siempre recorre para hacer diligencias. Es una actividad ______.
Tuvimos que estacionar nuestro carro en el ____
35 x 23 =
45 x 21 =
98 x 29 =
59 x 29 =
32 x 99 =
54 x 11 =
98 x 21 =
90 x 10 =
81 x 38 =
38 x 55 =
phenomenal
lingered
savor
gloat
reserve
turbulent
heave
collapse
mimic
pursue
a push or a pull exerted by one object on another, causing a change in motion
The tendency of an object to stay in motion or stay still
A force that opposes the motion of one object moving past another
An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by a force
a measure of the amount of matter in an object
A change in position compared to the starting location, which happens over a period of time
how fast an object's position changes with time at any given moment. Distance÷Time
the speed and direction of a moving object
change in velocity with respect to time
It would take __________ force to move a car compared to a toy car
A subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is found in the nucleus of an atom
A subatomic particle that has no charge and hat is found in the nucleus of an atom
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom; the atomic number is the same for all atoms of an element
The mass of an atom expressed in atomic mass unit
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What two parts of the body undergo a early and rapid increase in weight?
The process of neurons moving from the ______________ to other locations is called "Neuron Migration."
Newborn babys initally...
The process that an infant gains motor control from head to foot is called...
What two parts of the brain are fairly well established at birth?
Infants grow at a rapid rate...
Which of these is NOT a basic function that the brainstem or midbrain control?
At what age group is the brain at its most "plastic?"
Which process of neruon development occurs AFTER birth?
Newborns double their weight within 5 months, and triple it in...
Growth and motor control also progress from the center of the body outwards to limb;this pattern is called
The brain is at its most plastic when
At what rates do infants grow?
When infants gain weight they rapid double the weight in...
At birth the babies brain is...
Part of neurons become insulated with...
The production of new nerve cell is called...
One of the procedures used to learn about the function of the brain is...
Infants and toddlers growth proceeds in spurts.
A lot of the development of the cortex takes place after birth
What is Plasticity?
Parts of nuerons are insulated with
what part of the brain is well establised at birth with the midbrain?
name one procedure the view a living brain
newborns initially do what with their weight?
The pattern of developing from the head down is called
At birth, the brain is what percent of its adult size?
The production of new nuerons is called
babys double their weight in how many months?
The brain is part of what system
What are norms?
At birth, the brain is ______ percent of its adult size
What parts of the brain are fairly well established at birth?
New borns ___ then ___ weight
When is the brain most plastic?
Basic brain cells are called
Newborns double their weight in ___ and triple it in____
What is brain lateralization?
What is myelin?
Migrate from nueral tube is known as
What are quantitative measures that provide typical values and variations in height and weight for children?
Infant and toddler growth proceeds in
The head and the _ nervous system undergo early and rapid increase in weight
Neurons are...
Movement from neural tubes, where created, to new locations
When is the brain at its most plastic?
What are avenues that connect individual nerve cells with other nerve cells?
Newborns initally _ some weight
Infants heads are how much larger then the rest of their bodies?
At birth, the brain is how much of its adult size
A sample of rock has visible layers of small, round pebbles cemented together with smaller-grained material. Which type of rock is the sample?
Igneous rock that cools very quickly when it forms may have a texture that is
Sandstone is which type of rock?
An igneous rock that is formed from lava is called a (n) __________ rock.
The most abundant type of rock is
The carrying away of rock fragments by water, wind or ice is called ______________.
A series of processes on Earth's surface and interior that slowly changes rocks from one kind to another is called
Which group of rocks contains fossils?
Two conditions that can cause sedimentary rocks to change to metamorpic are pressure and
Where do most metamorphic rocks form?
What did Greg want to leave on K2?
What happened to Greg as he tried to reach the summit?
What caused Greg and Darsney to become tired before they could reach the summit?
What was the best thing Greg had to offer the people of Korphe?
What did Greg's girfriend do when he was late returning home?
What does CAI stand for?
What game did Greg watch when he was kidnapped?
What happened when Greg first returned with the money to build a school?
What ransom was paid to build the bridge?
What children's organization did Greg start?
Which evidence supports the idea that Earth's surface has changed over time?
Which event would mostly likely produce igneous rocks?
Minerals that break along smooth, flat surfaces have
A rock has 3 minerals, quartz with a hardness of 7, feldspar with a hardness of 4 and biotite with a hardness of 2.5. What is true about the hardness of rock?
Which of the following tests would help you find out if a diamond in a ring was a real diamond or a fake?
Which shows how knowing about minerals has affected human life?
If you found an igneous rock with large crystals,what would the crystals tell you about how that rock was formed?
Igneous rock was imbedded in sedimentary rock, which also contained a fossil fish. The age of the rock is 350 million years old. If a fossil starfish were also found in the same layer of sedimentary rock, it would suggest that
A sedimentary rock made up of rounded fragments of other rocks is called
The texture of a metamorphic rock that has grains arranged in parallel layers is described as
Chalk formed from sediments made of skeletons of microscopic living things in the ocean must be a (n)
Heat and pressure deep beneath the Earth\'s surface can change any rock into
Which assumption must scientists make about the rock cycle?
True or False Once a rocks changes into another rock it cannot change again.
A naturally occuring mixture of minerals, mineraloids, glass or organic matter is called
What kind of substances the rocks are made of is called what?
Rocks made from lava above ground are called
Rocks made from magma below ground are called
Rocks are classified according to their _______________ and composition.
Which rocks are called the fossil carrying rocks?
In Thoreau's view, the practical reason the majority rules in a democracy is that the
What does Thoreau ask for instead of no government?
What is a paradox?
According to Emerson, how do we feel after we have worked hard for a goal?
-hobglobin of little minds
What is the movement that furthered American education,self-improvement and cultural development?
The Dark Romanitcs explored
How does he escape in the Pit and the Pedulum?
A symbol is
The pit in which the prisoner is kept can be read to symbolize
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What does 'Obeisance' mean?
Where does the Raven perch itself?
Where did the raven go at the end of the poem?
What does the word 'Pallid' mean?
What is the narrator reading at the beginning of the poem?
What is the narrator's relationship with the Raven?
Which of the following illustrates the narrator's fall to madness throughout the poem?
Which number is a factor of 20, but not a multiple of 2?
Which number is a factor of 15, but not a multiple of 3?
Which number is a factor of 18, but not a multiple of 3?
Which number is a factor of 12, but not a multiple of 3?
Which number is a factor of 14, but not a multiple of 2?
Which number is a factor of 16, but not a multiple of 4?
Which number is a prime number?
Which number is a prime number?
Which number is composite?
What are the factors of 12?
What are the factors of 21?
What are the factors of 32?
What is the GCF of 6, 34?
What is the GCF of 14,40?
What is the GCF of 27,32?
(4*10 to the 7 power)
6.1*10 the 7 power
In Standard Form 5.75*10 to the negative 2 power
5*10 to the negative 1 power
8*10 to the (Free Question)
9,000*10 the negtive 1 power
4*5
5*200
25 squared
2 squared
Because Mrs. Dubose insulted Atticus's choice to defend African Americans, how did Jem respond?
Jem was instructed to read to Mrs. Dubose for two hours every day (except Sunday) for a month as punishment. Why does Mrs. Dubose choose this?
At the end of chapter 11, how does Mrs. Dubose finish her relationship with Jem?
Since Jem is now ______, he becomes ''inconsistent, difficult to live with, and moody.''
Lula reacts negatively to Calpurnia bringing the white children to church. Why?
Scout notices what about Calpurnia's church?
What does Reverend Sykes take up collection for?
When the children returned from church with Cal, ________ was sitting on the porch waiting.
How could Aunt Alexandra be described?
What does Alexandra demand Atticus tell the children?
What theme relates to Scout asking Atticus what rape is?
''You've got to face it sooner or later and it might as well be tonight. We don't need her now.'' Who is the ''her'' Alexandra is referring to?
What do Jem and Scout find under the bed?
Dill tells Scout he ran away because his parents didn't pay him any attention. Scout is curious about Boo, and asks why he doesn't run off too. How does Dill respond?
A group of men come up to the Finch house one night to talk about all of the following EXCEPT
Why does Atticus go and sit in front of the jail to read?
Who does Scout talk to at the jail, convincing him to leave and not hurt Tom?
Jem stands up to Atticus demanding to stay at the jail, even though he is told to go home. What theme best fits this scenario?
''A soft husky voice came from the darkness above: 'They gone?''' Who said this?
Who is Mr. Dolphus Raymond?
Who is Mr. Dolphus Raymond?
What do we learn about Atticus and his defending Tom in this chapter?
Scout and Jem notice what about the jury?
Jem asks Miss Maudie if she is going to watch the court case. She says no, because it is like a carnival. What does this mean?
''But around here, once you have a drop of Negro in your blood, that makes you all ______.''
Who was the first witness called to the stand?
What theme works best with Atticus defending Tom to his best abilities even though others do not want him to?
Which character most closely relates to the mixed children, being outcast because they are unknown?
What theme works best with most of the lynch mob consisting of Cunninghams and Ewells?
What theme works best to Atticus defending Calpurnia to his sister?
How are rock layers arranged in the geologic column?
Which one of the following is NOT a type of disturbance?
This type of unconformity exists when a layer or multiple layers of rock is missing.
This type of unconformity exists when undisturbed layers are on top of folded or tilted layers.
Where can the geologic column be found?
Disturbances are always _______________ than the layers in which they exist.
When deposition stops for a while and restarts, an unconformity is created by
A break in the geologic record
The rule that tells us that younger rocks lie on top of older rocks.
A type of disturbance causing rock layers to be bent and buckled
An increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere is…
Since the 1800s the earth’s temperature has risen by…
Some people believe that global warming is being caused by the Earth’s…
The Greenhouse Effect is…
Greenhouse Gases include what two things?
If Global warming were to melt the ice caps and glaciers there would be…
In 1997 several nations met in Kyoto, Japan to discuss…
The Kyoto Protocol went into effect in what year?
The process in which farmland becomes less productive because the land is degraded is…
Each year how many miles of land become degraded?
Which of the below practices could speed up the process of desertification?
What is Wangari Maathai famous for?
What is NOT a simple solution listed in the book to combat desertification?
Practices that use natural resources in a way to ensure that they exist for future generations is what?
_______ is a type of computer font format created by Apple Computer (and adopted by Microsoft) as an alternative to Adobe PostScript fonts.
The thin strokes at the ends of main character strokes are called _____________.
_____________ typefaces imitate handwriting.
_____________ typefaces are those that do not fit into any standard classification of typefaces.
_______ is a scalable font technology from Adobe that renders fonts for both the printer and the screen.
______________a typesetting format in which the lines are aligned on both the left and right edges of the column or page.
Typefaces that are without serifs are called _____________.
is a file format for scalable (outline) font files that extends the existing TrueType font file format used by Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh operating systems.
_______ is the process of adjusting the space between certain character pairs to minimize gaps for the best appearance and readability.
The proofreading symbol # means
Express the following fraction as a decimal: 1/4
What does the following proofreading symbol mean: lc
_________ is the ease with which a typeface can be read immediately.
Express the following fraction as a decimal: 3/4
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The ribs contain what type of bone builds?
How many bones are in the standard adult body?
A main purpose for red bone marrow is to do?
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This man wrote the Two Treatises of Government:
These are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution:
This is the form of democracy found in the United States:
If you believe that Congress had the right to chater the 2nd Bank of the United States, then you believe in:
If you are registered to vote or if you have a driver's license, you might be called to:
Who is the current chief justice of the United States?
Who was the only president to serve more than 2 terms as president?
He was one of the authors of the Federalist Papers:
This is the nickname of the necessary and proper clause:
This is a tactic senators use to stall a bill and prevent it from becoming law:
This is the form of government in the United States:
These are considered the key power centers in Congress:
Lobbyists and these special interest groups try to influence lawmakers' votes:
A Supreme Court decision sets a(n):
The Constitution grants these powers to the national government:
A criticism of the system of checks and balances system is that it can cause:
What implies that Congress has powers beyond those expressed in Article I, Section 8?
These courts derive (get) power from the Constitution and federal laws:
One of these appellate courts is in each of the 12 regions across the U.S.:
If you want to get a federal job, where should you look?
Temperature and pressure decrease with depth beneath Earth’s surface.
All of the following affect the temperature at which magma forms EXCEPT ____.
The formation of the Hawaiian Islands is one example of
The long tube in the ground that connects the magma chamber to Earth's surface is called the
The huge hole left by the collapse of a volcanic mountain is called a
Pahoehoe is
Which magma type has 60% silica?
Rapidly moving volcanic material hot ash and debris. Up to 1600 F and 700 mph
Volcanic fragments thrown into air during a volcanic eruption
What type of magma is usually found at continental margins associated with subduction zones
The scientific process is from .... ?
To relate prior knowledge to observations is to --
A suggested answer to a well-defined scientific question is a(n) --
The use of the 5 senses to gather and record data about natural structures and processes is to --
To use specific observations to arrive at a general conclusion is to --
_____ is an application of science for specific purposes, or inventions
_____ is information gathered from repeated observations or experiments
A physical/mental/mathematical representation of how people understand a process or idea
______ is a well-tested explanation from many observations that lead to hypotheses
Which of the below is false?
from Resistance to Civil Govt. - Thoreau's primary purpose is to persuade people to
What does Thoreau mean by
Emerson states the most sacred part of a person is
Emerson's philosophy is
Figures of Speech are
Why does Mr. Hooper's congregation become uneasy when he suddenly adopts the black veil
No one will ask Mr. Hooper why he is wearing the veil because
The veil changes Mr. Hooper's personality in that it makes him
When Mr. Hooper refuses to remove the veil, Elizabeth-
The black veil symbolizes-
The story the Pit and the Pendulum
At the end of the Pit and the Pendulum
In the selection, the Raven, the narrator first thinks the noise is
Why does Poe use a Raven to perch on the bust of the Greek goddes Pallas?
The speaker's reaction to the Raven at first was...
When the Raven says, Nevermore, the narrator first thinks it is the
The narrator asks the Raven two more questions at the end of the poem to which the bird answers,
Readers can infer from the poem's conclusion that the speaker will-
The speaker can best be described as a
From detail in The Tide Rises the Tide Falls
Solve for "y": 4y = -20
Solve for "y": y +8 = -28
Solve for "y": y-5= -12
Solve for "y": y +12= 65
Solve for "y": y/3 = -6
Solve for "y": y-(-9)= -20
Solve for "y": 2/3y= 6
Solve for "y": 2y-8= 22
Solve for "y": y/4+8= 10
2/3y-(-4)= 10
2 x 3
3 x 2
1 x 5
5 x 1
10 x 3
3 x 10
0 x 7
7 x 0
2 x 4
4 x 2
The primary message the author wants you to understand is _______.
Based on the information given, this is the conclusion you can draw......
These are statements, descriptions, and facts that support the main idea.
This is a preference for, or dislike of, something or someone.
This is information put forth, sometimes to a wide audience, to persuade readers of a view.
This is a shortened version of a longer work, including the main idea and most important details.
This type of text organization first describes an event and then its outcome or aftermath.
This is the order in which things are arranged, actions are carried out, or events happen.
An argument the author wants to advance through his/her writing is a ______.
This explains what a paragraph is about.
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Instead of declaring war the U.S. Congress did all of the following EXECPT:
What are the two main layers of the skin?
What system are we studying?
What is the main function of the skin?
What is the role of the nonliving part?
What is the role of the living part?
What part of the skin do you see?
What type of tissue is the epidermis made of?
Why doesn't the epidermis bleed?
What are the two main layers of the epidermis?
Where can you find the stratum corneum?
Where can you find the stratum germinativum
What are defensins?
What tissue is the dermis made of?
Why do you get blisters?
Why is hair considered part of the dermis?
Which of the following pieces of evidence would suggest that a substance entered a cell via active transport as opposed to passive transport?
Active transport is a way for molecules to move across the plasma (cell) membrane. When active transport is used to move molecules, what is required?
Substances transported by facilitated diffusion
A lipid bilayer
Exocytosis is a process by which cells
The methods of membrane transport that don't require protein channels or carriers are
What is the main function of a selectively permeable membrane?
Which of these would be least likely to diffuse across the phosopholipid bilayer of a cell membrane?
The sodium-potatsium pump is an example of
The carrier molecules used in active transport are
A red blood cell will lyse (or burst) when placed in which of the following kinds of solution?
Wilting of a plant occurs
Diffusion occurs
Sugar molecules can enter cells through the process of
Molecules that are too large to be moved across a cell membrane can be removed from the cell by
'Sweltering by anyone's standards.' An ANTONYM for sweltering is
'He was white as a vampire and almost as testy in the light of day.' Testy means
'...on the word of Butler's informant.' An informant is
'But this was just his daily pessimism.' A person who is pessimistic...
'...snap a man's backbone like a twig with those mammoth hands.' In this sentence, mammoth means
'...made all the more excruciating by the anticipation...' Excruciating means
'...urchins threaded their way underfoot...' Threaded means
'...no more consorting with the sons of European crime lords.' The OPPOSITE of consorting is
'Aversion to light, check.' When someone has an aversion to something, they
Artemis describes the addicted fairy as pathetic. Pathetic means
Which countries had an alliance during World War I?
3. Which of these statements best explains what the Treaty of Versailles did?
Prince Henry helped Portugal become a leader in exploration. All of the following are reasons EXCEPT
What was the immediate cause of World War I?
Imperialism is
Europeans wanted to build new empires for the following reasons EXCPET
Why did European nations build huge militaries in the early 1900s?
Christopher Columbus was sent by ______________ to find a westerly route to Asia
Tanks, submarines and machine guns all emerged during what war?
When Christopher Columbus landed in the Caribbean, he called the people living there “Indians.” Where did he think he had landed?
What are a Series of Steps that scientist follow to solve everyday problems
What is a testable explanation or possible answer to the question
This is when you testing hypothesis by collecting information under controlled conditions
factor or condition that affects the outcome of the experiment
factor or condition that results from changes in the independent variable
parts or procedures of the experiment that are the same ex. Amounts of water given to both plants with and without fertilizer ex. Time, temperature, and amount of fertilizer given
Information obtained from investigations (experiments) a. Graphs / drawings / diagrams / tables / figures / pictures / chart
an explanation of a natural phenomenon (observable fact) that is supported by a large body of scientific evidence from a hypotheses that has been separately observed and tested by other scientists.
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