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Attractive force between two objects that depends on the masses of the objects and the distance between them
Gravitational force exerted on an object
Force that opposes the sliding motion between two touching surfaces
Tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion
A region of space in which every point has a physical quantity
A force that is directed toward the center of a curved or circular path
The maximum speed an object will reach when falling through a substance
Describes the fall of an object on which only the force of gravity is acting
Force that opposes the motion of objects that move through the air
If no external forces act on a group of objects, their total momentum does not change
A pattern of investigation procedures that can include stating a problem, forming a hypothesis, researching and gathering information, testing a hypothesis, analyzing data, and drawing conclusions.
A possible explanation for a problem using what is known and observed.
Organized procedure for testing a hypothesis; test the affect of one thing on another under controlled conditions.
A quantity that can have more than a single value; can cause a change in the results of an experiment.
Factors that change as a result of changes in other variables.
Factor that, as it changes, affects the measure of another variable.
In an experiment, a variable that does not change.
Occurs when a scientist's expectations change how the results of a experiment are viewed.
Can be used to represent an idea, object, or event, that is too big, to small, to complex, or too dangerous to observe or test directly.
Explanation of things or events based on knowledge gained from many observations and investigations.
Statement about what happens in nature that seems to be true all the times; does not explain why or how something happens.
Application of science to benefit people.
Visual display of information or data.
Misfits
The waitress was clearly ________ because she forgot half of our order
ungrateful
I have tried to _______________ my cat from climbing on the table
disfigure
Rosco likes the adventure of traveling into the ____________________.
Martin avoided walking by the house that had the _____________ dog.
disbelief
My neighbor thinks the ugly brown grass in the park is a _________________.
misspoke
untidy
We wore jeans because the party was _________________.
The advertisement for the action figure was ________________, since it didn't come with all the pieces.
We tried to take the most ________________ route home so we would get home too late to help clean the garage.
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- grass --- ______ --- lion
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- flower --- _____ --- skunk
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- plankton --- shrimp --- fish --- ______
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- grass --- _____ --- wolf
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- plankton --- salmon --- _______
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- flower --- honeybee --- ______ --- racoon
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- berries --- ______ --- hawk
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- berries --- _____ --- hawk
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- _______ --- mouse --- fox
What would fit in this food chain: sun --- grain --- mouse --- ______
The range of input values which do not produce any output.
The act of sending information (usually in a variable) from one piece of code to another, often from code to a function that is being called.
Navigation without feedback from sensors.
A series of instructions for controlling a computer, written in code that the computer can understand.
An instrument for finding the distance of an object.
Functioning independently, without human involvement
A word previously defined by a computer programming language and reserved for specific uses.
Takes place when a function has finished its operation and gives control back to the calling code. When the return operation takes place a value may optionally be passed back from the function to the caller.
The process of converting a C-language program into machine code.
A symbol which represents a value which can be changed during the running of a computer program.
faire du snowboard
faire de la musculation
faire du vélo
faire du patinage
to run marathons
to go
to go out
nager
travailler
voyager
nettoyer
manger des pâtes
des frites
danser
plonger
jouer au basket
jouer au foot
faire du roller
manger
faire
9/16 divided by 3/4
5/8 divided by 5/6
8/15 divided by 2/3
8/9 divided by 1/3
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The spinning of Earth around its axis is called
The __________________________ is the point at which the Sun reaches its greatest distance north or south of the equator.
The Moon is said to be ________________ when less and less of the side facing Earth is lighted.
The depression left behind by an object striking the Moon is called a(n) ______________
Earth\'s orbit is a(n) _______________
How long does it take for the moon to rotate once?
Where is the Earth\'s circumference the greatest?
Earth is closest to the Sun during which season in the northern hemisphere?
What causes the Sun to appear to rise and set?
How long does it take for the Moon to revolve once around Earth?
Which state just had a huge election for their senate seat?
A new airplane created runs on...
How much money has the Red Cross raised through their text message campaign for Haiti
This state has had massive flooding and now the threat of mudslides
The best search tools in Haiti have been...
MLKsbirthday is
A senate seat was open this week, after _______________s Death in August.
Haiti is...
A song that has become "famous" thanks to America Idol this year
Ms. Farrell is
This term describes a body of water that is wide and deep enough for ships to travel through
This term describes the bringing together of Germany under one goverment after the fall of the Berlin Wall
These mountains lie on the border between France & Spain
This river begins in the alps and winds through Germany, Austria, and several other countries in Europe
This capital is known as "The City of Lights"
Thanks to its location in the Alps this country has been able to practice Neutrality for more than 500 years
This river flows through the capital city of France
While divided by the Berlin Wall, EAST Germany was a....
The Autobahn is an unique aspect of Germany's.....
France is the _________________ exporter of food in the world.
Smelled
Played
read
Ate
Listened
watched
washed
drank
tasted
got
Where was the pie made?
Climate?
Ethnic Background
Resources
Economy
Problems
Holidays
How many recipes
Where is the Keys
Economy depicted by?
Which of the following does NOT change as you go deeper in the ocean
Where is the Gulf Stream located
What location is likely to have the greatest amount of pressure?
Which of the following BEST describes the ocean seafloor
Which of the following oceans has the lowest salinity
What technology do boats use to tell the distance from the surface of the water to the ocean floor?
What do we call the life found in the oceans?
What is the name of the deepest trench in the world?
What do you call the up and down movement of water caused by the wind?
Where would you find an abundance of plankton?
What surprised Greg after giving a talk about the CAI to people at a sports store ?
What were the red stones Greg spotted when he tried to escape from the tunnel?
What caused Greg to hide under a pile of rotting goatskins?
Who are two people Amira Motenson was able to meet?
What did Amira do three hours after her brother was born?
What is the name of the organization run by Jane Goodall?
What happened to Greg after he gave a magazine interview immediately after 9/11 ?
What did the teacher, Uzra Faizad , tell Greg that caused him to become upset?
What did Jean Hoerni want Greg to give him before he died?
What did the widows of Kuardu give Greg to bring to the widows of 9/11?
Which is true of all plants and animals?
Which of these is made up of cells?
The internal parts of a cell are suspended in a jelly-like liquid called the
This pond contains fish, snails, and insects. Pond plants and algae make oxygen. Which of the following is a population of the pond?
An organism which feeds on only consumers is
Decomposers are helpful to the food chain because they
Which of the following is not a consumer?
Wild deer live in Daniel Boone National Forest. What would make the deer population smaller?
The removal of a predator from a food web
Which is the main role of fungi and bacteria in a food web?
High tides occur during which moon phase/s
compared to white dwarf stars, red giant stars are usually
What helps prove the earth revolves around the sun?
what helps prove the universe is expanding?
A good reflector of insolation would be
When the northern hemisphere is tilted AWAY from the sun,the date would be
On December 21, the sun rises
If Polaris had an altitude of 38 degrees, where would an observer be standing?
Which location receives 12 hours of day and night all year long?
Describe the direction of wind flow in a low pressure system
When a battery is in a computer what type of energy is the battery?
If I am boiling water what type of energy does it have?
When you suck on a Jolly Rancher what type of energy does that candy have for you body?
What potential energy can be stretched and will go to its original size when released?
What item has elastic potential energy?
In Autumn season, what type of energy do leaves have before falling off a tree?
What type of wave does a light energy use?
What character is an example of elastic potential energy?
What type of energy do you need to use your ears?
What type of energy does a firecracker need to explode?
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Who starts the fight?
Why does Curley fight Lennie?
What card game does George play more than all the others?
Which character best understands the relationship between George and Lennie?
Which character gives Lennie a puppy?
Who wants to join George and Lennie on their future ranch?
How much is Candy willing to contribute to the farm?
Several years ago, this character lost his hand in an accident on the ranch.
Candy's dog is really old and is suffering, so Carlson shoots it. This is most similar to what modern-day practice?
Curley's wife most likely comes in and talks to the ranch hands because she is ________.
In Of Mice and Men, why isn't Curley's wife given a proper name?
On the future ranch, who is going to tend the rabbits?
On the future ranch, who is going to do all the cooking and gardening?
Lennie doesn't fight back until which character tells him to?
Lennie breaks Curley's __________.
When asked about his hand, what is Curley supposed to say?
Which word means to put to death?
Which word means confused or bewildered?
Whig Commander and hero of Kettle Creek
2nd bloodiest battle of the Revolutionary War
The 6 ft. tall, red headed “Wauhatchie War Woman”
Youngest member of the 2nd Continental Congress
Frontier area of Georgia where Whigs mostly lived
Slave who fought for the Whigs at Kettle Creek
Declaration signer who was later killed in a duel
Colonists who were Loyal to the King of England
Cities captured by the British
Governor that restored relationships with Loyalists and Native Americans
Mendeleev created the first periodic table by arranging elements in order of
The atomic number of an element is based on the
From an element's location in the periodic table, you can predict
The two most common alkaline earth metals are
At room temperature, more than half of the nonmetal elements are
The elements that do not ordinarily form compounds are
Which is a property shared by most molecular compounds?
When an atom loses an electron, it becomes a
Magnesium bromide is an ionic compound with the chemical formula MgBr2. (the 2 should be a subscript) What does the '2' tell you?
In the chemical formula for an ionic compound, which item is written first?
The chemical name for the compound with the formula Na2S is (the 2 is a subscript)
What is a double bond
Electrons involved in bonding between atoms are
What are two ways that a proton and a neutron are similar?
How is it possible for an atom to have no charge even though it is made up of protons, neutrons and electrons?
Why is it UNnecessary to include the electrons when determining the mass of an atom?
Ottoman Empire ended ....
Mandate is
Zionism is
Law of Return is
Anti- Semitic
Janissaries are
1948 is when
Who divided Israel in 1948
The war Between Iran and Iraq in the 1980s was over
Osama Bin Laden is
If you are this word, you are probably getting in trouble for fighting frequently!
The __________ of our Language Arts class is either 45 or 90 minutes depending on the day.
You must carefully choose the people with whom you ___________, since they will affect who you become.
Too much homework in one night can ____________ you; this is why it's important to do your work ahead of time.
Most kids find it very difficult to ____________ their moms or dads; somehow, they always know when you're lying.
Misfortune, blunder, mistake, or accident are all synonyms for ____________.
On a cold, rainy day, I just want to crawl into the ____________ covers of my bed.
Many people will ____________ from their country if they want to start a new life somewhere else.
To be a good gymnast, you have to be very ____________ and bend your body in the right positions.
Falling off your bike is just a small ____________; don't let it discourage you from riding!
The ____________ of Hollywood tricks many people into thinking it's easy to get a job as a movie star.
If you ____________ too long in one class after the bell rings, you'll be late for your next class.
I introduced my ____________ to my boss, hoping he would hire her.
The test's directions were so ____________ that I could not understand them.
A prefix is
A base word is
What is the prefix in the word insincere
Which word is written correctly and means to step badly?
Which word is written correctly and means to spell badly
What word has the prefix meaning bad or badly?
Which word is written correctly and means the opposite of trust
Which word is written correctly and means not expected
Which word has the prefix not or the opposite of
What correctly spelled word means not frequent?
Geologist obtain indirect evidence about Earth's interior by
If one were to travel towards the center of Earth, the pressure would?
If one were to travel towards the center of Earth, the temperature would?
The Earth’s inner core is
Earth’s mantle is
Uppermost part of mantle the crust together form a rigid layer called the
Earth’s lithosphere is broken into separate sections called
Scientists who study the forces that make and shape the planet Earth are called
The Earth’s magnetic field is created by movement in the
Heating and cooling of a fluid, changes in its density, and gravitational pull set in motion
What is the part of the mantle that can bend like plastic
Which sequence shows the layers of the Earth's atmospherer beginning with the layer closest to Earth's surface
Which of the four layers is mainly made out of iron and nickel
Which shows the correct sequence of Earth's layers in order starting from the outside and going in.
The crust is the densest layer
The oceanic crust is thinner than the continental crust
The Earth's core is broken in to two sections
Earth's magnetic field is created in the
A layer of weak or soft mantle that is made of rock that flows slowly
Which layer of the Earth's interior is the most dense
The main hazard from a quiet volcanic eruption is
When many layers of thin, runny lava build up a high, level area, the result is a
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Most earthquakes occur along the edges of
What kind of deformation leads to earthquakes?
Which of the following is NOT a fault that leads to an earthquake?
The waves of energy from earthquakes that travel through Earth are called
The epicenter of an earthquake is the point on Earth's surface
The strength of an earthquake is determined by the
What scale is used to measure the strength of an earthquake?
The intensity of an earthquake is partially determined by the
A measure of how likely an area is to experience an earthqiake is its
One way to forcast earthquakes in a place is to observe their past
Which of the following is NOT a kind of technology used to construct earthquake resistant buildings?
If you are in a car on the open road when an earthquake occurs, you should
What type of wave is also know as secondary or shear?
What is the beginning point of an earthquake?
The branch of science that studies earthquakes is called
The change in the shape of rock in respoinse to stress
Which type of wave always arrives first
The snapping back of deformed rock to its previous shape is called
The tracing of an earthquakes motion is called
The instrument that records the seismic waves
The shock absorber for seismic waves
The method used to find an earthquake\'s epicenter
The area where few earthquakes have happened but probably will in the future
The theory that a major earthquake is likely along a fault where no earthquakes have occured recently
The weaker earthquakes that follow stronger earthquakes
What is the focus?
What type of fault does a convergent boundary create
What type of fault does a divergent boundary create?
What type of fault does a transfrom boundary create?
What is the process of making older structures more earthquake resistant?
Comparing a machine's work output with work input
The product of the input force and distance through which it is exerted
A machine with a bar that pivots on a fixed point
The product of the output force and the distance through which it is exerted
The unit used to express power
A device that makes work easier by changing the size or direction of a force
A unit used to express work
A machine with two circular devices of different sizes
A machine made of two or more simple machines
The transfer of energy that caused an object to move in the direction of the force
The rate at which energy is transferred
The number of times a machine multiplies force
A machine with a grooved wheel that holds a cable
In which situation is a person doing work on an object?
Which of the following are simple machines used by Eqyptians to build pyramids?
If a barbell weighs 160 N, what other information do you need to calculate how much work it takes to lift it?
How does a ramp make lifting a heavy object easier?
If an identical stack of books is lifted the same distance and one person does the job twice as fast, which of the following is done twice as much?
By conparing the mechanical advantage of two machines, what can you tell about the machine?
If the work output of a machine is always less than the work input, where does the missing work go?
Which of the following is NOT a wedge?
Where is the input force of a wheel and axle exerted?
Greg applies a force of 100 N to move a box 5 meters. How much work did he do?
If you exert 20 N of force on a screwdriver and it exerts 40 N on a paint can lid, what is the screwdriver's mechanical advantage?
Which of the following is a compound machine?
What is the equation for work?
What is the equation for power?
Which is a complex machine?
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No question
The division of organisms into groups or classes based on characteristics is
The science of describing, classifying, and naming organisms is
Carolus Linnaeus is known for
The seven levels of classification, from general to specific are
A pine tree is a member of the kingdom
For hundreds of years, people thought all living things belonged to one of two groups. What were the two groups?
What can you find out by working through a dichotomous key in order?
Euglena is a member of the kingdom
The organisms in what kingsom usually move by themselves and have specialized sense organs that allow them to respond to their environment
The scientific name of an organism comes from its
The scientific name for the common house cat is Felis domesticus. What is its species name?
What do scientists do when they discover organisms that do not fit into any of the six kingdomes?
An example of a simple animal is
Members of kingdom Animalia depend on bacteria and fungi because bacteria and fungi
What kingdom does slime mold belong to?
This kingdom includes bacteria that live in extreme environments
This kingdom includes all prokaryotes except archaebacteria
This kingdom includes mostly one-celled eukaryotic organisms that are different from plants, animal, bacteria, and fungi
This kingdom includes non-green, non-moving eukaryotic organisms that break down substances outside their bodies and absorb the nutrients
This kingdom includes complex, multicellular organisms that lack cell walls, can usually move and respond to their environment
My name is
Steve is how old
Steve's favourite colour is
How old is Robyn
How old is Craig
Craig is from
Robyn is from
Steve is from
The nickname for the TIF office is
The TIF boss is
Calculate the amount of heat in joules needed to increase the temperature of 350 g of water from 20 C to 56 C.
If a batch of cookies weighs 60 g, the heat was 700 J and the change in temperature was 20 C. What was the specific heat of the cookies?
Energy is just like any other chemical or physical process, where it cannot be created or destroyed. Which Law states this fact?
How many Calories are in one gram of Hershey bar that started out at 6.7 g and burned down to 3.2 g. While burning it heated up 340 ml of water from 23.4 C to 25.7 C.
When 435 J of heat is added to 3.4 g of olive oil at 21 C, the temperature increases to 85 C. What is the specific Heat of the olive oil?
What is the specific heat of water in Joules?
The amount of energy transfered between two objects is considered...
Calculate the specific heat of glass from the following. The temperature of a piece of glass with a mass of 65g increases by 26 C when it absorbs 840 J of heat.
How much heat is given out when 85g of lead cools from 200 C to 10 C? The specific heat of lead is 0.11 J/gC.
When an abject absorbs heat or energy is it considered to be...
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Which of the following was not a tactic used in the Mongol Conquests?
What happened to towns and cities that rebelled against the Mongols or did not surrender?
After Genghis Khan's death the Mongol Empire was divided into
How did the Mongols treat religions in their empire?
What happened during the Mongol invasions of Japan?
What was a result of Marco Polo's travels in China?
During the Pax Mongolica how safe was trade in the Mongol Empire?
What was created at the United States Consitutional Convention of 1787?
What compromise dealt with slavery (that Georgia supported)?
Which branch of government had the most power in Georgia's Constitution of 1777?
Which two Georgians signed the U.S. Constitution from Georgia?
What does bi cameral mean?
What was the name of the first constitution of the United States?
Why was Georgia's 1777 constitution revised?
What was wrong with the Articles of Confederation?
Who is the head of Georgia's executive branch?
What role did Abraham Baldwin play at the Constitui8on?
One result of British regulations such as the Sugar and Stamp Acts was America's resentment of
The Proclamation of 1763 stated that colonist could not settle beyond which of the following geographical features?
Hart County, Georgia, was named for Nancy Hart. What role did Nancy Hart play in Georgia history?
Why did many Georgians boycott British goods, such as paint and tea, during the mid-1700s?
What was the purpose of the Declaration of Independence?
The leader of the rebel militia group that defeated 800 British troops at the Battle of Kettle Creek was
The French-Indian/Seven Years War is often viewed by historians as being a factor in causing the American Revolution. Which of these BEST explains why this might be the case?
Button Gwinnett, George Walton, and ________________ were the three signers of the Declaration of Independence from Georgia.
Which of these BEST describes the attitudes of the citizens of Georgia on the eve of the Revolutionary War?
Austin Dabney was the only African American granted land by the state of Georgia in the 18th century because he
What was the importance of the Battle of Kettle Creek?
What was the MOST significant result of the siege of Savannah?
Which of the following characters is mentally weak but physically strong?
This character takes care of Lennie after his aunt Clara dies.
What does Slim have that Lennie wants?
This character is the owner of a very old sheep dog.
This character is the ill-tempered son of the boss.
Where does the story take place?
During what US event does the story take place?
What is the name of the only (living) female character in Of Mice and Men?
Who wrote Of Mice and Men?
This character is short, but likes to fight guys who are bigger than him.
Vocab: experiencing or expressing severe mental or physical pain or suffering
Vocab: to make fun of
Vocab: giving the impression that something bad or unpleasant is going to happen
What does anguished mean?
What does scoff mean?
What does ominously mean?
This character often complains about the dog.
This character is the jerk-line skinner on the ranch. He is very well-respected and wise.
When George and Lennie have a farm someday, Lennie wants to do what?
George agreed to take care of Lennie after Lennie's aunt died. What was her name?
What is Self-Confidence and why is it important?
What is Sense of Justice?
What is Self Control?
Why is responsibility important?
Honesty..What is it?
Why is master important?
What is being wise?
What is motivation?
What is a charismatic personality?
Why is cooperation important?
Angiosperms
Gymnosperms
Vascular seedless plants
Nonvascular plants
Examples of nonvascular plants include
Examples of gymnosperms include
Examples of angiosperms include
Examples of vascular seedless plants include
Rootlike structures that help nonvascular plants get water and nutrients and hold the plant in place are called
Horizontal underground stems of seedless vascular plants that produce new leaves, shoots, and roots are called
Tissue that moves food in any direction in the plant
Tissue that provides support and moves water and nutrients from the roots to the rest of the plant
modified leaf that protects the bud of the flower
Female reproductive part of the flower
Male reproductive part of the flower
Which of these plants is used to harvest resin for products such as ink?
Which of these may be used as nesting materials by animal
Pollen is NOT commonly spread by
Which of the following is not a characteristic that all plants share?
Which of these is not an adaptation that helps seed plants reproduce?
What two powers fought in the French and Indian War?
What was the British response to the Boston Tea Party?
The French and Indian War was fought over what?
How was Georgia directly impacted by the Proclamation of 1763?
How was the French and Indian war a long term cause of the American Revolution?
What British policy caused the only newspaper in Georgia to cease being printed?
What did the colonies do that forced the British to declare war on the colonies?
What British policy did not allow colonist to cross the Appalachian Mountians?
What natural feature did the Proclamation Line of 1763 foillow?
What was the name of the tax on paper goods?
Who is our bureau chief?
What month is it?
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Who kills Candy's dog?
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Which type of Chemical Equation involves one compound breaking apart into two or more molecules?
The mass of reactants must equal the mass of the products due to the Law of...
The limiting reactant of a candle burning under a jar is the...
The reactant that is used up first in a chemcial reaction is known as the ____ reactant.
Where do you find information needed to help you convert between moles and grams?
The SI unit used to measure the number of particles in a substance is called the...
How many grams are in 4.5 moles of oxygen?
When gas burns to cook food, the type of reaction is...
How many particles are in 9.6 moles of calcium?
The number 6.02 times 10 to the 23rd power is known as...
What is the molar mass of CuFeS2?
How many moles of CH4 are in 1.2 x 10^26 molecules?
What was the molarity of a solution containing 4.5 moles of NaCl in 100 ml?
How many grams of NiCl2 are in 2.56 moles?
How many grams of KCO3 are needed to make a 22.4 M solution within 3.6 L?
How many ml of solution are needed to make a 5.78 M solution with 2.98 moles of CaO?
How many grams are needed to make 8.3 moles of C12H22O11?
How many formula units are in 9.6 moles NH4CO3?
How many moles of Al2Cl3 are needed to creat a 6.7 M solution using 400ml of water?
You have 35.2 g of barium hydroxide Ba(OH)2. How many moles is that?
What structures are in the upper respiratory tract
what is the largest branch of the bronchial tree
An air filled cavity within a bone is a
This structure is also known as the voice box
What structure does the epilgottis close over
What part of the pharynx is visible when you open your mouth?
Why does the left lung have only 2 lobes?
Which part of the pleura around the lungs comes in contact with the lungs?
Where does the exchange of O2 and CO2 take place in the lungs?
When the diaphram pulls downward what happens?
played one encore
the photagrapher\'s tripod
an ingenous explanation
a long soliloquy is
the intonation of his voice is
to take the rostrum is:
to make another inventory Is
the replica of the jewel is:
a stirring oratory
the unexpected ovation
What is an acute angle?
What is an obtuse angle?
What is a right angle?
What are complementary angles?
What are supplementary angles?
What are adjacent angles
What is a transversal line?
What are vertical angles?
What are alternate interior angles?
What are alternate exterior angles?
Which number is an integer?
Which number is a whole number?
What does "sum" mean?
What does the word "difference" mean?
What does the word "product" mean?
What does the word "quotient" mean?
Name the property: 3+(4+6)=(3+4)+6
Name the property: 4(8+2)=(4x8)+(4x2)
Name the property: 4x9=9x4
Name the property: 9x1=9 OR 12+0=12
-9+-9
-3(4)
-12-(-5)
-90/10
-5(-2)
-75/25
20-(-19)
14(-8)
-19+9-(-4)
3(-2)+5(-3)-(-10)
Which term means the discharge of mucus from the pharynx?
Which term means paralysis of the larynx?
Whic infectious disease is also known as whooping cough?
The medical name for a nose bleed is
This is a highly contagious disease occuring mainly in cold months, spread by droplets .
A chronic dilation of the bronchi or bronchioles resulting from a previous lung infection is
Progressive loss of lung function due to decrease in# of alveoli, and enlargement of the remaining alveoli is
In the word otorhinolaryngologist which part refers to the nose?
When the diagram rises and recoils to the resting position what happens
The loss of ability to produce normal speech is
Which is not a part of an animal cell?
A group of cells working together to perform a certain function is a....
The liver is included in what organ system?
The purpose of the digestive system is to...
Which organelle directs the cell's activities?
Which type of muscle tisue forms the walls of the heart?
What is the liquid part of blood called?
Nervous tissue
What system is not part of moving your arm to raise your hand?
Tendons are connective tissues that...
What must organisms be able to obtain in order to survive?
When particles travel from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration, it is called
Diffusion allows materials to
When water diffuses into and out of a cell, it is called
A cell moving particles with the use of energy is called
6 CO2 + 6 H2O --sunlight-- C6H12O6 + 6 O2
Cellular respiration allows an organism to get energy from
The organism in which cellular respiration takes place is
Which of the following is a product of photosynthesis?
When wilted celery is soaked in water, it becomes crisp again due to
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A major argument for American independence found in the Declaration of Independence was that the British
What was the purpose of Thomas Paine writing Common Sense?
Who was the author of Common Sense?
Why did the colonists rebel against England based on the Declaration of Independence?
What are grievances?
What are unalienable rights?
This estate made up 1% of France's population. It consisted of the clergy.
This estate made up 2% of France's population and consisted of the princes and other nobles.
This estate consisted of the majority of France's population. They had to pay to hunt on nobles' lands. They were always outvoted by the clergy and nobility. They also couldn't become military officers.
The Third Estate's constitution for France
Napoleon's final battle during his Hundred Days.
Napoleon's first place of exile
The _______ of Terror was the time period under Robespierre's Rule when over 20,000 nobles were beheaded in France.
This government voted to make France a Republic in 1792
Napoleon's final battle during his Hundred Days.
Which government of France limited the power of the King by becoming a constitutional monarchy in France in 1791
Napoleon's Final Exile. He died here.
Weak and extravagant leader of France during the Revolution, he and his wife were killed by the Guillotine.
The lawmaking body of France which was called to meet in 1789 about solving France's debt
What WASN'T true about the French Revolution
Which government did Napoleon overthrow to become ruler of France?
Which WASN'T part of Napoleon's downfall
Which leader took the title of First Consul of France
What were some of Napoleon's accomplishments as emperor/consul?
Which country WASN'T Part of the French Empire
What were some of the effects after the Napoleonic Wars?
Which ordered pair matches the equation y=2x+7
Which ordered pair matches the equation y= -3x
Which ordered pair matches the equation y=(1/2)x+3
Which ordered pair matches the equation y=5x
which ordered pair matches the equation y=(3/4)x+1
What is the equation for a line containing the points (1,9) and (4,24). when done using menu 814 press tab and graph the equation then press ctrl T. make a table and write down four ordered pairs.
What is the equation for a line containing the points (2,-6) and (4,-10). when done using menu 814 press tab and graph the equation then press ctrl T. make a table and write down four ordered pairs
which ordered pair matches the equation y=2x+0
What is the equation for a line containing the points (1,-2.5) and (4,-4). when done using menu 814 press tab and graph the equation then press ctrl T. make a table and write down four ordered pairs
What is the equation for a line containing the points (-1,-16) and (2,14). when done using menu 814 press tab and graph the equation then press ctrl T. make a table and write down four ordered pairs
a plan or suggestion
a condition or state of affairs
people chosen to speak or act for others
joining two or more of something together
groups of people chosen to do certain work
a formal meeting for a special purpose
to argue or discuss
to settle, explain, or solve something
Which word has the OPPOSITE meaning of the word DEBATE?
Which word has almost the same meaning as the word PROPOSAL?
How many days was Jesus fasting in the desert?
Fill in the blank. People do not live by ___________ alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.
After the devil went away, who came and took care of Jesus?
What is the name of the holy city that the devil took Jesus to?
When the devil told Jesus to jump off of the Temple, what did he say would save Jesus?
What did Jesus say after the devil tried to tempt him a 3rd time? Fill in the blank (3 words) _______ ______ _____ here, Satan!
How many times did the devil attempt to tempt Jesus in the wilderness?
Fill in the blank: Jesus was led into the wilderness shortly after he was _________
What objects did the devil tell Jesus to turn into bread?
For the second temptation, the devil took Jesus to the highest point of what?
For the third temptation, the devil took Jesus to the _____ of a very high mountain.
Which is NOT a type of name sign?
When using a sign with variations, which variation should you use?
Which holiday does NOT include fingerspelling?
Which continent is fingerspelled?
Which U.S. state does NOT have a sign? (It only has an abbreviation.)
Which one is a grammatical structure of ASL?
Which holiday is fingerspelled in ASL?
Which month is fully fingerspelled?
Which question is NOT one that will typically be asked of you by a Deaf person?
If you are signing about a city/town that is not well-known, what should you do first?
Which of the following signs is NOT a possessive sign?
Where is the world’s highest (per capita) population of Deaf people?
Which sign language is most similar to ASL?
When would a hearing person get a name sign?
Which component is different for the ASL signs WINTER and COLD?
Which of the following is NOT a correct ASL abbreviation for a U.S. state?
Which of the following is NOT a correct ASL abbreviation for a U.S. state?
Which ASL sign would you use to convey the English word 'because'?
Which English verb is conveyed by DEIXIS?
What ASL sign should you use to talk about non-romantic love?
An animal that eats both live plants and animals is...
An animal that gets its energy by eating only plants is...
___________ shows the path of energy in an ecosystem.
Two or more food chains overlapping is...
The process by which organisms make their own food using sunlight, air, anad water is...
_____________ is a tiny living thing that can only be seen under a microscope.
A PREDATOR is an animal that is hunted by other animals for food.
An animal that gets its energy by eating the remains of dead organisms is a SCAVENGER.
Prey is...
An organism that helps dead plants and animals break down into simpler material is...
organelle that produces and contains certain enzymes that break down worn-out or damaged cell parts, waster materials, or foreign invaders (CELL DIGESTION/CELL RECYCLER)
makes lipids and breaks down toxic materials
covered with ribosomes that make and transport proteins (BUMPY)
organelle that packages and distributes materials within or out of the cell (TRANSPORT SYSTEM/UPS or FED EX)
a small fluid-filled sac or bubble
stiff, rigid structure outside the cell membrane that provides plant cells with support and protection
fluid-filled organelle that stores materials such as enzymes, nutrients, water or wastes (STORAGE SPACE)
organelle that takes up a lot of space in plant cells that stores water and other materials
organelle in plant cells that contains chlorophyll and where photosynthesis takes place (PLANT CELL ENERGY PRODUCER)
a green pigment found in chloroplasts that captures/absorbs the sunlight
What geographic feature dominates Central Asia's terrain?
Nomads in Central Asia often become experts in which skills?
The mongol leader who united the tribes of Mongolia in 1206 was who?
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The breakdownd of food without oxygen, is called
Photosynthesis takes place in what organelle?
What are the products of cellular respiration?
The place where cellular respiration in eukaryotes takes place
Plants get their green color from
Where does almost all of the energy that fuels life come from?
Cellular respiration and breathing are related
The chromosomes line up along the equator of the cell. Homologous chromosomes pair up
The four phase of Mitosis are (correct order)
How many stages does a eukaryotic cell cycle have?
Starting from the center, the four major Earth layers are
The lithosphere is
According to the rock cyle ____________ rocks form when accumulated organic and inorganic particles are pressed together
Archimedes Principle relates to the structure of the Earth because scientists theroize that the lithosphere floats on the asthenosphere
Isostatic equillibrium is the balance between the weight of the land and the weight of water that keeps the continents from sinking into the oceans
When isostatic equillibrium becomes disrupted, landmasses will restore the balance by
The theory of continental drift says that
Pangea is the theorized
Panthalassa is the theorized
Evidence Wegener used to suppport the theory of continental drift included
If Wegener could have explained _____________ his theory of continenetal drift might have been moere widely accepted in his day
Sonar contributed to information about the ocean bottom by
A ___________ is an underwater mountain range
A ______ runs through a mid ocean ridge
According to the theory of sea floor spreading new sea floor _____________
___________ causes the emergence of a new sea floor
Evidence of seafloor spreading includes
The theory of plate tectonics unites the theroy of seafloor spreading and the theory of continental drift
According the the theory of plate tectonics the lithosphere consists of
Mid ocean ridges, rift valley and trenches are thought to
According to the theory of plate tectonics at a divergent boundary
According to the theory of plate tectonics at a convergent boundary
According to the theory of plate tectonics at a transform boundary
According the the hot spot theory, a hot spot
One primary force that scientists think causes the plates to move is
According the the theory of plate tectonics, over the next millions of years
What is the title of the text?
How many chapters are in your text book?
What type of boundary is the San Andreas fault in California
What is the currently accepted age of the Earth?
Methods Scientists use to study sediments include
To examine the past using stratigraphy scientists study the sediment layers to look for clues in the rock composition, micro fossils, and other physcial properties
sediement that orginates from organisms are called
sediment that originates from rocks are called
sediments that comes from precipitates of water are called
sediemnts that comes from outer space are called
_____________ sediments include sand and clay and cover the most sea bottom
________sediments cover the most sea bottom
sediments are classified by size based on the
Because it is a small but non cohesive particle sand in the most easily eroded sediment
Continental shelf sedimentation is strongly controlled by
Coarse particle deposits found on the continental shelf bottom thought to be left from when the sea level are called
The rate of continental shelf sedimentation is generally ________ the rate of deep ocean sedimentation
Deep ocean sediments tend to have proportionately ____________ biogenous sediment than continental shelf sediment
Siliceous deposits tend to dominate below the carbonate compensation depth because
Deep Ocean sediments tend to have the same particle composition as the surface water above it because
Scientists are not exactly sure how ferromanganese and phosphotite nodules form, but they think a bilogicval process may be involved
the study of sediments has economic importance because scientists hope to find economically improtant materials there one day
scientists have found economically important materials in the ocean's sediment
What is black gold?
Who was the leader of the continental Army?
What was the purpose of the Declaration of Independence?
What are the three rights that all people have?
Who was an African slave, who was given his freedom after being a spy for the Continental Army?
Who wrote most of the Declaration of Independence?
When was the Battle of Yorktown?
What happend first?
Who said this speech-"Give me Liberty, or Give me Death."?
Why was the Capital moved from Williamsburg to Richmond?
In what year was the Treaty of Paris?
In 1543, ____ published his views of Earth and other planets revolving around the Sun.
Water is found as a solid, liquid, and gas on ____.
The Sun was formed when energy caused by ____ in the center of the cloud of gas and dust radiated into space.
People once believed that all planets and stars orbited around ____.
A ____ occurs when the Moon moves directly between the Sun and Earth and throws a shadow on Earth.
The yearly orbit of Earth around the Sun is called its ____.
Summer occurs on the hemisphere of Earth that is ____.
Which of the following occurs when Earth is positioned directly between the Sun and the Moon, making the Moon invisible to observers on Earth?
The fact that Earth’s axis is tilted 23.5 is responsible for _________.
The Moon is visible to us because the Moon
Which of the following belongs in this group: Venus - Mars - Neptune
The planet Mars has seasons similar to those on Earth. The most likely reason for this is
Which of the options below lists the three planets in the correct order of their distance from the Sun?
In the core of a star, the temperature can reach heights unknown on Earth. The process by which stars generate energy is called
Moon phase in which none of the lighted surface of the Moon can be seen from Earth
phase in which all of the lighted side of the Moon can be seen from Earth
Dark, cooler areas on the Sun's surface are called ____.
Prominences and flares on the Sun are related to sunspots because they are all caused by ____.
Turning of Earth on its axis
A height of 1,800 kilometers above the surface of the Sun will be part of which section of the Sun’s atmosphere?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Silicon?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Copper?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Hydrogen?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Magnesium?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Iron?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Neon?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Cobalt
What is the Chemical Symbol for Boron?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Plutonium?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Nitrogen?
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Where was George Washington appointed the commander of the Continential Army?
Who captured Fort Ticonderoga?
What did the Olive Branch Petition state?
Why did the Americans withdraw from Quebec?
Why did many of the enslaved African American slaves side with the British?
What was the first major battle of the American Revolution?
This often happens due to all types of plate movement.
Alfred Wegener was one of the scientists that believed and helped prove the theory of:
Which part of Pangaea means land?
About how long ago did Pangaea exist?
Which layer is a solid, but has characteristics of a liquid?
What does the lithosphere consist of?
Layers of the Earth
Convergent Plate Boundary
Divergent Plate Boundary
Transform Plate Boundary
Tectonic Plates
Oceanic Crust
Continental Crust
Outer Core
Inner Core
Mantle
Crust
Convection Cells
Subduction Zone
Lithospheric Plates
What German political led by Adolf Hitler is associated with genocide and racial cleansing?
The genocide committed against Jews in concentration camps during World War Two was called....
Thousands of Americans died while being moved from one location to another after a military loss on a Phillipino island. What was the name of this?
Navajo Native Americans made what contribution during World War Two?
Who led American troops at the Battle of Normandy (and later became President)?
What did the 22nd Amendment do?
The mass killing of a targeted group of people is called....
After World War Two, Germany was divided up between the Allied Powers and Russia (called the Soviet Union). Efforts by the US to aid the German people by providing them with supplies were called the...
The goal of the 22nd Amendment (two term limit for the President) is to....
Where were Jews held and killed by the Germans during World War Two?
Which of the following was considered a turning point in the battle over the Pacific between Japan and America?
The Manhattan Project was the production codename for what invention?
Harry Truman's most famous decision was to use nuclear bombs on which two Japanese Cities
What event finally ended World War Two ?
Why did Truman use the atomic bomb on Japan?
The only living African-American to be awarded the Medal of Honor for his efforts in Italy during World War Two was...
The invasion of France on D-Day was called the....
What year did World War Two start?
What year did World War Two end?
Who were the world's two remaining superpowers after World War Two?
Britain, France and the United States made up the....
Germany, Japan and Italy made up the...
Japan forced American entry into World War Two by attacking a military site in what Hawaiian location?
A totalitarian leader who has full control over the government is a....
One of the main reasons for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was an American ban against selling the Japanese...
Who was the President of the United States during World War Two?
Who were the leaders of Britain and Russia, respectively, during World War Two?
What group of volunteer fighter pilots led the charge against Japan early on in World War Two?
Who was dictator of Germany during World War Two and leader of the Nazi Party?
What was the name of efforts for controlling the limited supply of food in America domestically?
Due to scarce supplies during the war, people in America were encouraged to grow food at home. These efforts were called...
The first air force brigade made up of African-Americans was called the....
Which of the following declarations by FDR led to Japanese Americans being rounded up and placed in internment camps?
World War Two changed the role of women in the world forever by....
The Office of War Information was in charge of creating 'promotional' advertising of the war effort that did not need to be based on facts. This is called....
What group of people was forced by AMERICA into internment camps during World War Two?
The Fourth Amendment says that the government cannot....
What Amendment states that all citizens must be treated equally under the law?
What executive action during World War Two violated both the Fourth and the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution?
What was the main criticism used against the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War Two?
You find a piece of metal. It's mass is 5.4 grams. It has a volume of 2 cm3. What is the density? Will it sink or float?
A person measures the volume of block of wood to be 50 cubic centimeters. The mass of the block is 145 g. What is the density?
The density of a rectangle is 5.5 g/cm3 , the mass is 35 g. What is the volume of the rectangle?
When a rock is placed in a graduated cylinder, the water level rises from 20 mL to 44 mL. What is the volume of the rock?
You have a rectangular prism made of metal. You measure the length, width, and height. What are you able to calculate with these measurements?
You find a rock. It's mass 25 grams. It displaces 5 mL of water when you put in a graduated cylinder. What is the density of the rock? Will it sink of float?
If an object has a greater density than water, it will ___________ if placed in water.
When using a balance you are measuring the _________ of an object.
The density of fresh water is
The amount of matter in an object is
The amount of space an object takes up is
When a rock is placed into a container of water, the water level rises. Which characteristic of the rock is being measured?
Which pile has the greatest volume?
Which of the following would have a high mass but a small volume?
Which method would be used to determine the density of an object?
Two blocks of wood are the same size, but one floats and one sinks. This is because the have different
To calculate density, you must know the ___________ and __________.
If you cut a piece of wood in half, the density
Find density: Mass=85 grams Volume= 65 mL
You find a piece of wood floating in a lake. You break the wood into pieces. When you put them back in the water,
The type of conflict where the main character battles him or herself.
The type of conflict where the main character fights to endure or overcome forces of nature.
The type of conflict where the main character resists forces that are not of this world.
The type of conflict where the main character resists technological forces.
The type of conflict where the main character challenges a law, tradition, or institution.
The type of conflict where the central chracter clashes with another person
The type of conflict that describes this example. Ex: Two men are arguing over a parking spot.
The type of conflict that describes this example. Ex: A man is in jail for not paying speeding tickets.
The type of conflict that describes this example. Ex: A woman is scared that there is a monster under the bed.
The type of conflict that describes this example. Ex: A family is stuck in a tornado.
Which of the following is not an unalienable right listed in the Declaration of Independence?
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
What was the 2nd Continental Congress's greatest accomplishment?
What was the purpose of the Declaration of Independence?
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What is the name of Chemical Element P?
What is the name of Chemical Element Pt?
What is the name of Chemical Element Cr?
What is the name of Chemical Element F?
What is the name of Chemical Element Be?
What is the name of Chemical Element Mn?
What is the name of Chemical Element Hg?
What is the name of Chemical Element W?
What is the name of Chemical Element I?
What is the name of Chemical Element Br?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Lithium?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Sodium?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Carbon?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Nickel?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Silver?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Tin?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Barium?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Gold?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Lead?
What is the Chemical Symbol for Uranium
What is the name of Chemical Element Ti?
What is the name of Chemical Element Ar?
What is the name of Chemical Element S?
What is the name of Chemical Element Zn?
What is the name of Chemical Element Ca?
What is the name of Chemical Element K?
What is the name of Chemical Element Cl?
What is the name of Chemical Element Al?
What is the name of Chemical Element O?
What is the name of Chemical Element He?
154 - 29 = ?
80 + 6 =?
67 - 12 = ?
1 + 1 = ?
10 - 4 = ?
70 + 8 =?
55 - 6 =?
90 + 10 =?
13 - 1=?
78 + 2 =?
x-3=29 What is x?
2(2+x-3)= x=7 What is the answer?
x+x+x+x-29+3=39 What is the answer?
9(36-x-3)+43= x=11 What's the answer?
x+y(9)= x=4 y=12 What is the answer?
77(5+33-37)= What is the answer?
x+x-33= x=23 What is the answer?
x-y+23-55+330=409 y=21 What is x?
x(33-6)=1,701 What is x?
88+x-m+y=82 x=3 y=12 What is m?
What is the meaning of slovenly?
What does serene mean?
Which is the correct definition of confiscate?
What does audacious mean?
Which sentence uses rankle correctly?
Which of the following is a synonym for mutiny?
Which of the following is a antonym for conscientious?
what does depict mean?
President Obama wrote a book entitled "The Audacity of Hope". True or false?
What does pilfer mean?
The substances to the right of the arrow in a chemical equation is a _________
A substance that speeds up a chemical reaction without undergoing a permanant change itself is a ______
In a chemical equation, the symbol that means dissolved in solution
If energy in the form of heat is required and used in a chemical reaction, the reaction is ________
Substances that prevent certain chemical reactions, or slow them down, are ______
A chemical reaction in which heat energy is released is a ____________ reaction
The number that is to the left of symbols and formulas in a chemical equation are called ____________
Each substance on the left side of the arrow in a chemical equation is a _________
A(n) _______________ chemical equation has the same number of atoms of each element on both sides of the equation
What is an insoluble solid that comes out of a double displacement solution?
The breaking down of a substance into two or more new substances is ________
A chemical reaction in which two or more substances combine to form another substance is a
When one element replaces another element in a compound, the reaction is a _________ reaction
According to the law of conservation of mass, how does the mass of the products in a chemical reaction compare with the mass of the reactants?
What type of reaction is this? AB + CD -----> AD + BC
What type of equation is this? A + B -----> AB
What type of equation is this? A + BC ------> AC + B
Breaking chemical bonds _________ energy
A _______________ is a change of one or more substances into a new substance
Subscripts represent the number of __________ in a molecule of a particular element
What type of reaction is shown in the chemical equation NH3 + HCl ----> NH4Cl
What type of chemical reaction is shown in the equation 2H2O ----> 2H2 + O2
Which is the correct balanced equation for BaSO4 + C -----> BaS + CO
Which is the correct balanced equation for Al + O2 -----> Al2O3
Classify this reaction 4Al + 3O2 -----> 2Al2O3
Classify this equation 4Al + 3O2 ----> 2Al2O3
Aqueous means
In an IcyHot pack, when the pack is cold, a ____________ reaction is taking place
After the IcyHot is cold, it becomes hot, because of a(n) ____________ reaction taking place
Which is the coefficient in 2HgO4
Magma is:
The asthenosphere is:
When a continental plate collides with an oceanic plate, what happens?
In classifying igneous rocks, which of the following is not important?
Why is the Georgia soil red or reddish in color?
Characteristics for identifying minerals would include which attributes?
Obsidian is an igneous rock that
If we compare the temperature and pressure of the Earth's mantle to the core, what differences can we expect as we move downward into the Earth?
The point within the Earth where seismic waves originate is:
The fastest seismic waves are:
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