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Melting is when a
Freezing is when a
Define militia
What was the Albany Plan of Union set to accomplish?
What started the French and Indian War?
Why did the Iroquois at Albany refuse to make an alliance against the French?
Why did the colonial assemblies reject the Albany Plan?
Where the British successful in the beginning of the French and Indian War?
What turned the tide in favor of the British?
What event was the key to the French's defeat?
Define boycott
What did the Proclamation of 1763 declare?
What happened during the Pontiac's war?
How did the colonist feel after the French and Indian War?
What two groups surrounded the soldiers duringt the Boston Massacre?
What are the requirements of the Stamp Act?
Why did the colonist resent the Stamp Act?
What did the 1767 Townshend Act do?
What was the purpose of the Committees of Correspondence?
What two acts caused protest in the colonies?
Define minutemen
Why did the colonist resent the Tea Act?
Which two measurements are needed to calculate speed?
It takes 6 hours to drive a distance of 300 km. What is the average speed?
If the distance an object travels and the time it takes to travel the distance are known, what can be calculated?
When graphing speed data of a moving object, which of the following would be a correct axis label?
If an object travels 48 meters in 6 seconds, what is its average speed?
What is the average speed if the distance is 350 and the time is 70 seconds?
What is the correct formula to calculate speed?
The average rate at which an object moves
The rate at which an object is moving at any specific point in time
The rate at which position changes
What does speed need to considered a velocity?
When comparing graphs, if the x-axis and y-axis are similar, how can you tell which shows a greater speed?
When velocity and acceleration are in the same direction, what is the motion of the object?
When velocity and acceleration are in opposite directions, what is the motion of the object?
When the acceleration is zero, what is always happening to the velocity?
2 and 7
4 and 8
9 and 2
2 and 6
5 and 3
8 and 1
6 and 4
2 and 10
5 and 9
7 and 8
to stick or hold fast; to carry something
to roar as a bull does; to shout in a deep voice
to strike or bump together with violent direct
to avoid or escape from, by using skill, cunning, or
to cause to be overcome with
the killing of one person by another
clever at devising or making; inventive; creative
a strong attraction, charm, or enticement; a decoy
a formal address or speech, usually given on a special occasion.
to return like for like especially evil for evil
¿A qué género literario pertenecen las dos lecturas que leímos?
En Los novios: ¿Por qué el emperador hizo jefe a Popcatéptl?
En los novios: ¿Cuál iba a ser el premio por ganar la batalla para Popo?
En los novios: ¿Qué intenta explicar sobre los volcánes?
En Los novios: ¿Cómo murió Popocatéptl?
En los novios: ¿Qué hizo el emperador después de enterarse de la muerte de Popo?
En Guanina: ¿Por qué perdieron los españoles la batalla?
En Guanina: Guaybaná, el hermano de Guanina, era amigo de Don Cristóbal.
En Guanina: Según la leyenda, los espíritus de Guanina y don Cristóbal siguen en el mismo lugar de su muerte.
En Guanina: Después de recibir la advertencia, Don Cristóbal juró que huiría; los Sotomayor evitan el conflicto.
En Guanina: Guanina era la esclava de Don Cristóbal.
¿Cuál palabra es un antónimo de gallardo?
¿A qué categoría gramatical pertenece la palabra fruncir?
¿Qué significa la palabra instar?
¿Cuál es un sinónimo de la palabra espeso?
¿Qué son macanas en la lectura, La guanina?
¿Qué es una leyenda?
¿Quiénes son los personajes de una lectura?
¿Qué es el tono de una lectura?
¿Qué es el tema?
What type of circuit only has one path for electricity?
The south pole of a magnet _______________.
When you break a magnet into two pieces...
More wraps will make an electromagnet....
Where is a magnet the strongest?
When you change the direction of current of an electromagnet in an electric motor....
Generating electric current by moving an electrical conductor relative to a magnetic field.
Why do fossil fuels account for most of the world's energy use?
Right Hand Rule - your fingers represent...
Nonrenewable energy resources include all of the following except.
Electrical to Mechanical
Mechanical to Electrical
Coal burning power plant
Energy stored in oil
The amount of light produced compared to the electricity that goes into the light.....
What did the British East India Company do?
Who were the Sons and Daughters of Liberty?
What diid the First Contential Congress demand?
Which side fired the frist shots of the American Revolution?
What was the shot heard 'round the world?
How did the colonist respond to the Intolerable Acts
Define blockade
What formed as a result fo the Second Continential Congress?
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The first scientist to hypothesize that the planets orbit the sun was____.
The high temperatures on the surface of Venus are the result of the compositon of its__
This planet is known as the Earth's twin
On which planet is a large portion of the surface covered by liquid water?
This planet rolls like a ball because of its axis of tilt
Astronomers believe that the presence of storms on Jupiter is from
Which planet has period of rotation longer than its period of its revolution
The fastest rotating planet
A comet has two tails, one of ions and another of
The tail of a comet will point______the sun as it approaches it.
Mercury is hot during the day because of__________
The rings of saturn are composed of _______
Astronomers believe that from ____________ that Uranus' atmosphere contains methane
Asteroids are located between the orbits of?
Shooting stars are actually?
The force of _____ holds a comet in orbit around the sun.
Most of the matter on Neptune and similar planets is in a (n) state.
The solar system includes the planets and all other matter that orbits the ________
Most asteroids can be found in orbits between the planets Mars and _____
The terrestrial planets are rocky because during formation, their__materials were vaporized by the sun's heat
Although Mercury is close to the sun, its nighttime temperatures are low because of its thin
The solar system probably formed from a rotating ___ of gas and dust
Pluto is unlike the terrestrial planets in that it is composed of both rock and____
The atmosphere of Venus is primarily composed of ____gas
Pluto's moon is called
Our Sun and its planets ______
Fixed path that one body of matter follows around another
Earthlike planets _______
Earth's twin
The Red planet
Huge, low density planets
Large chunk of ice, dust, frozen gases, and rock that orbits the sun.
Large chunk of rock, smaller than a planet that orbits the sun.
A meteoroid in Earth's atmosphere
the birthplace of comets
the formula for eccentricity
the four parts of a comet are: nucleus, ion tail, dust tail, and ____
the proper term for a shooting star
Which planet has the great dark spot
The planet that formed differently from the others
What is weathering?
Which of these is NOT an example of weathering?
What is the root word of Weathering?
What is the difference between weathering and erosion?
What are plant roots reaching for when they break through rocks in a cliff or a sidewalk?
Which of the following causes weathering?
About how long does the weathering and erosion process usually take?
How long did it take the Colorodo River to carve out the Grand Canyon?
Which type of rock is normally made of weathered rocks?
Why does ice crack rock?
Small landmasses completely surrounded by water
How many major landmasses are there on Earth?
Each major landmass consists of one or more
A landmass that measures millions of square kilometers and rises a considerable distance above sea level
Each continent has at least one large area of very old rock exposed at its surface
The shield of North America is located in
Seven continents of the Earth are...
Some of the continents are joined to form a single ...
Asia and Europe are joined as one landmass called...
Africa is connected to __ by a small piece of land.
These continents make up the largest landmass on Earth.
The second largest land mass is made up of ...
The third largest landmass is the continent of ...
The ___ is the largest in the world and extends into the surrounding ocean.
The Antarctic icecap contains almost __ of the ice on the Earth's surface.
The smallest landmass still considered a continent is ...
Australia is the only continent that is a single . . .
__ is referred to as an island continent.
Weather conditions surch as __ change the surface.
The shape of the Earth's surface is . . .
The Earth's surface is made up of different kinds of . . .
The three main types of landscape regions are . . .
One characteristic of a landscape region is . . .
The difference in a region's elevations is called its . . .
__ have narrow tops and steep sides and a very high relief.
The highest mountain in the world is . . .
The highest mountain in the United States is
Most mountains are part of a group of mountains called a . . .
A group of mountain ranges in one area is called a . . .
Most mountain ranges and mountain systems are part of an even larger group of mountains called a . . .
Dalton\'s atomic theory stated that every element was made of atoms that could not be subdivided, atoms of the same element are alike and
Which statement is true according to Dalton\'s theory?
According to Bohr's model of the atom, electrons behave like
The order of elements in the periodic table is based on
Valence electrons determine an atom's
Alkali metals are extremely reactive because they
Most halogens form compounds by
Carbon and other nonmetals are on which area of the periodic table?
Avogadro's constant is defined as the number of particles in
Ionization energy refers to the process of
In Excel, a horizontal line of cells identified by a row number at the left end of the row.
In Excel, a cell entry that performs calculations.
The intersection of a row and a column in a table or worksheet. A cell contains information such as text, numbers, or graphics.
In Excel, the cell that is currently selected.
A page in an Excel workbook.
A veritcal line of cells identified by an alphabetic label at the top of the column.
An Excel file that can contain up to 256 worksheets.
A text entry in an Excel worksheet.
A numeric entry in Excel.
A cell or group of cells that can be selected in an Excel worksheet.
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What does the amygdala do?
Feeling fear
A phobia is a fear that is
Which of these is a sign of 'immaturity'?
Under which heading would you most likely find a section which explains what happens in your body when you feel fear?
'Trigger' means
When you 'activate' something, it
What should you always wear when working with chemicals and glassware?
What should you do if you have long hair and you're going to be working with an open flame?
What should you know the location of?
THERE ARE 3 DOGS is an example of what type of observation?
Quantitative observations are observations that
Qualitative observations are observations that
THE MILK SMELLS SOUR is an example of a
THE APPLE IS GREEN is an example of a
THE TEMPERATURE WAS 25ºC is an example of a
THE LEAVES HAVE TURNED RED is an example of a
What is the name of the chocolate milk colored soil that can be found in rivers that is good for farming called?
What does the term Mesopotamia mean in Greek?
What region is larger? Fertile Crescent or Mesopotamia?
What modern day country is Mesopotamia located in?
What are the names of the 2 famous rivers of Mesopotamia?
What direction did the floods come from in Mesopotamia?
What is another term that is sometimes used to describe the Fertile Crescent and Mesopotamia?
What continent is Mesopotamia on?
What is the term used to describe a city area?
What does the term fertile mean?
What were the pyramid like temples that looked like wedding cakes that the Mesopotamians built called?
What were people who wrote things down for a living called?
Who formed the worlds first army?
Who was the worlds first civilization?
What was the worlds first writing called?
What is the worship of many different gods called?
What was the worlds first law code called?
The people of ancient Mesopotamia are famous for living in these...
When people are able to do different jobs and specialize in different areas, this is called...
What are horse drawn carriages that are used in battle called?
A heavy storm that is accompanied by rain, thunder, lightning, and strong winds.
A violent, dangerous, rotating column of air that is in contact with the surface of the earth and a cloud.
A severe storm that develops over tropical oceans
What forms when a thunderstorm meets high-altitude horizontal winds, causing rising air to rotate?
What develops in 3 stages in which warm moist air rises forming tall cumulonimbus clouds and updrafts, while the heavy rain produces downdrafts?
What begins when warm moist air over the oceans rises rapidly, condenses forming clouds, which releases latent heat, increasing the force of the rising air?
What storm usually occurs in late summer and in fall.
Which storm usually occurs in late spring to early summer.
Which storm can form anytime of the year.
Which storm has wind speeds of 30-60 mph?
Which storm can have wind speeds up to 300 mph?
Which storm can have wind speeds around 200 mph?
Which storm can be as big as 500 miles in diameter?
Which storm can be up to 2 miles in diameter?
Which storm can be variable in size?
Which storm can last for days or weeks?
What town do we live in?
What state do we live in?
What is the name of the school you go to?
Where do police officers work?
Where is mail sorted?
Where can you go to borrow books?
Cars have TV's in them.
Chalkboards were in classrooms.
IPAD's are used in the classroom.
If you need your teeth cleaned who do you go see?
Who helps children learn?
What do you visit if you're sick?
Thermal energy is the total amount of energy from the movement of particles in matter
What happens to the molecules in a substance as temperature increases?
What happens to the molecules in a substance as temperature decreases?
Which direction does heat energy flow?
When does the flow of heat between two materials stop?
What type of materials transfer energy by conduction?
What types of materials transfer energy by convection
What types of materials transfer energy by radiation?
The process that moves energy from one object to another when are touching is
The transfer of energy through a gas or a liquid when a hot gas or liquid heats and rises then cools sinks
The transfer of energy through electromagnetic waves is
Materials that can transfer energy easily are
Materials that can not transfer energy easily are
A good conductor is
A good insulator is
What color absorbs heat?
What color reflects heat?
What is the definition of matter?
Leaves changing color is an example of a
Nails rusting is an example of a
Breath on a cold day is an example of a
As temperature increases, the motion of the particles
As temperature decreases the motion of the particles
Molecules in a gas (like air inside of a balloon):
Molecules in a liquid (like water in a glass):
Molecules in a solid (like a wood block):
Physical properties of a apple would be:
Name chemical properties of fireworks:
When working a density problem a student must show their work including:
A marble has a volume of 20mL. It also has a mass of 10g. Calculate the density of the marble. Remember D=m/v. Show your work!!!
A box has a length of 5cm, width of 10cm and a height of 2cm. If the box has a mass of 20g, what is the density of the box? Remember D=m/v and V=lxwxh In the box below, show your work!
The density of a rubber duck is 0.823g/mL. Will it float in water?
Condensation is when a
Evaporation is when a
Sublimation is when a
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Arrow keys (up, down, left, right) move the active cell
Ctrl plus Home move the active cell
Page Down moves the active cell
Shift plus Tab moves the active cell
Home move the active cell
Tab move the active cell
Page Up move the active cell
Alt plus Page Down moves the active cell
Alt plus Page Up moves the active cell
To activate the edit mode select the cell you want activated and press the
Who are Willy and Bob?
Walter sid, damn my eggs damn all the eggs that ever was why?
Who is Beneatha?
Why was Mama getting a check for $10,000?
Why did Beneatha say she wouldn't marry George?
What was Beneatha\'s attitude toward God?
Who is Joseph Asagai?
Why is Asagai\'s nickname for Beneatha appropriate?
Why did Mama call Walter a disgrace to his father\'s memory?
What are assimilationist negros
What did Mama do with her money?
What was Walter's reaction to Mama's purchase?
What did Mama do for Walter?
Who was Karl Lindner, and why did he visit the Younger's house?
What was Walter's reaction to Lindner?
Why didn't Beneatha want to be a doctor anymore?
How did Asagai define idealist
Why didn't Walter take the money Lindner offered?
Why was Ruth upset when Walter gave Travis money?
Where did Ruth actually go instead of the doctor's office?
What did Ruth find out at the doctor's office?
Where did Ruth actually go instead of the doctor's office?
How did Ruth find out Walter hadn't been going to work?
What present did Mama get?
How did Asagai define idealists?
What fault does Mama find with herself?
What solution does Walter have?
What news did Bobo bring to Walter?
Where had Walter been going instead of to work?
What happened to Ruth at the end of Act 1 Scene 1?
superficial
denounce
contrary
sustain
conservative
deter
transition
scapegoat
disclose
concede
colonist who remained loyal to Britain?
what was the turning point of the Revolutionary war?
Author of the Declaration of Independence?
Won some major sea battles for the Continental Navy
The final battle where Cornwallis surrendered was?
Camp where Washington held his men during the Winter of 1777-1778
Also known as the Swamp Fox?
Battle where Washington crossed the Delaware river and defeated the Hessians?
Troops on horseback?
Treaty that ended the war?
resourceful people are:
to use discretion
a hectic day:
the predominant goal:
inaudible movements
a lavish wedding
an interesting panorama
to mimic someone
a nominal price is
an orthodox belief
What number is in the 10s place in the number 347?
What number is in the 100's place in the number 456?
What number is in the 1s place in the number 782?
What number is in the 100s place in the number 389?
What number is in the 10s place in the number 983?
What number is in the 1s place in the number 720?
What number is the 100s place in the number 157?
What number is in the 10s place in the number 548?
What number is in the 100s place in the number 264?
What number is in the 1s place in the number 591?
They had to
I was at
Maria did
Carmen and I placed
I went
She was
You and Carmen put
I gave
You did
Mr. Hernandez gave
How long is a pig's gestation period?
A _____________ is a female pig that has never had a litter.
A _________________ is a male that has not been casterated.
What is the most important shot for a piglet?
Who ranks #1 in world wide swine production?
Within the U.S., what does Texas rank in swine production?
What are maternal breeds used for?
What is the universal identification system for pigs?
Which pig would you raise for meat?
Why do we raise terminal sire breeds?
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Which organ system is most responsible for helping a swimmer push her body through water?
Which system controls your body's response to the environment?
One of the functions of the circulatory system is to
Which system helps in moving the bones of the skeleton, helping the stomach digest food, and helping the lungs take in air?
What organ system sends signals from the brain to the muscles?
What organ system supports the body, protects the organs, and provides structure for movement?
Which human body system contains the brain and spinal cord, controls thought and movement, and helps to regulate other body systems?
Which system has the job of inhaling oxygen the body cells need and exhaling carbon dioxide your body doesn’t need (breathing)?
Which system carries oxygen and nutrients to the body’s cells through your blood?
Which system has the job of breaking down food and converting it into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body?
Which system gets rid of the body's waste through sweating and peeing?
What is another name for the excretory system?
What is another name for the circulatory system?
Which system protects the body from the outside environment?
Which system protects against disease?
A rock is considered an organism.
An atom is the smallest living thing.
Which of the following statements is NOT part of the cell theory?
A cell part that stores food and water for the cell is the__.
The scientist who is credited for discovering cells was____
Proteins are made by what structure inside the cell?
This cell part is gel-like and contains the organelles.
This controls the movement of substances into and out of the cell.
What organelles are found only in plant cells?
What organelles work together to produce and transport proteins.
Which of these is NOT a characteristic of an animal cell?
Which one of these is not a reason we should learn about cell organelles.
Which life process is not accurate?
What equipment do we use in our lab to view living things?
What part of the cell transports materials throughout the cell?
The government controls what to make, how many to make, how to make it, and sets the price. Decisions are made by government planners.
A combination of government control (to protect consumers) and individual control (to increase money). Most economies in the world are this type of system.
The individual decides what to make, how many to make, how to make it, and sets the price.
Based on customs from the past, this economic system involves trading goods for services.
Another word for money
System to change from one type of currency to another. Important for trade between countries.
Total value of all the goods and services a country produces in a year.
Raw materials such as land, water, forests, soil, minerals, oil, and natural gas.
An individual willing to take a risk in order to create a new product or service.
An indicator of the quality of life in a country. It includes life expectancy, GDP, literacy rate, etc…
Producing the goods or services that a country makes best.
Anything that slows down or stops one country from trading with another.
A tax placed on goods from another country.
A specific amount or limit of goods that can be imported.
When one country stops trading with another country.
Investing in training, education, and job training for the workforce.
Investing in things such as factories, equipment, computer systems, vehicles, and technology
Miko wonders which of her friends can run the fastest. She decides that a race, starting at the maple tree and ending at the oak tree, will answer her question. Which variable(s) is she planning to control?
Scientists who study people should be aware that:
Scientists collect evidence by making _________.
Today a clinical trial of a new medicine would most likely include:
A school is about to buy laptops. Which of the following information about the laptops is qualitative?
Which of the following structures is part of the human respiratory system?
An important function of the digestive system is to:
When coronary arteries become completely clocked, the result is often:
For food to be absorbed by our body, which of the following must occur?
Which of the following is an involuntary risk factor for heart disease?
The sound of the heart (lub-dub) is caused by:
Blood transports:
What are the three components of a nucleotide?
If an organism has 30% adenine, then what is the amount of guanine in the organism?
Why is a virus considered non-living?
Match the correct words to the types of viruses:
What happens to the mRNA once it is produced in the nucleus?
What is the shape of DNA?
Viruses and cells both have
Before using a codon table, one must:
TRANSCRIBE this DNA strand: ATGCACT
What does a virus do inside a host cell?
What types of cells does mieosis make?
____________ are small parts of the DNA that determine a specific trait
What does mitochondria do?
BB is an example of what type of alleles?
How do you define heredity?
Jeff always hears comments that he looks a lot like his uncle. How do you think that is possible?
Alleles are different versions of the same trait. For example, brown hair is one version and blonde hair is a different version. If the dominant trait is brown and blonde hair is recessive, which is more likely to be expressed?
Through which process are ovum and sperm produced?
What does haploid mean?
What does diploid mean?
Magma that cools below Earth's surface.
All of the following happen in the rock cycle except_____________.
You can identify a foliated metamorphic rock by its______________.
What type of rock does lava form?
Sedimentary rocks are formed from_________________.
The changes that take place in the rock cycle______________.
Which one is not a type of igneous rock
A mixture of minerals, organic matter, volcanic glass or other material
Detrital sedimentary rocks are named according to _________________
Sedimentary rocks are usually classified as ____________________
Sandstone
Granite
Rock Salt
Obsidian
Gneiss
Slate
Limestone
Who discovered the rock cycle?
An example of a physical response to fear would be
A section with the heading ''What Causes Phobias?'' will most likely tell
Which feeling best describes 'turbulence'?
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The two major mountain belts in the world are. . .
The __ belt runs across northern Africa, Southern Europe, and Asia.
The __ belt runs across northern Africa, Southern Europe, and Asia.
The Circum-Pacific belt and the Eurasian-Melanesian belts meet in . . .
Another type of landscape region is made up of __ which are flat land areas.
Plains are areas of __ and are characterized by broad rivers and streams.
Low, flat areas along the coasts are called . . .
Some low, flat areas are also found inland on a continent and are somewhat higher above sea level than coastal plains.
A third type of landscape region consists of __ which are broad, flat areas of land that rise more than 600 meters above sea level.
Most plateaus are located __, but some are near __.
A __ is a drawing of the Earth, or a part of the Earth, on a flat surface.
Maps are often grouped together in a book called . . .
The most accurate representation of the entire surface of the Earth is a . . .
__ are lines that run between the points that represent the geographic North and South poles of the Earth.
Geographers have named the meridian that runs through Greenwich, England, the . . .
The measure of distance east and west of the prime meridian is called . . .
A __ is a longitudinal belt of the Earth in which all areas have the same local time.
The Earth rotates on its axis from __.
There are __ time zones in the United States.
The time zones in the United States are. . .
The __ is located along the 180th meridian.
When the international date line is crossed going east, 1 day is __.
When the international date line is crossed going west, 1 day is __.
The measure of distance north and south of the equator is called __ and is measured by parallel.
__ show locations and distances on the Earth's surface.
__ are used to for navigation.
__ show area correctly, but the shapes are distorted.
A map tht shows the different shapes and sizes of a land surface is called a __ .
Most topographic maps use __ to show relief.
Topographic maps may show . . .
a _____ of a polygon is a segment that connects any two nonconsecutive vertices.
Theorem 8.1 states that if a convex polygon has n sides and S in the sum of the measures of its interior angles, then S=180(n-2)
Theorem 8.2 states that if a polygon is conves, then the sum of the measures of the exterior angles, on at each vertex, is 360.
how many sides does a heptagon have?
What is a 5 sided polygon called?
A Quadrilateral with parallel opposite sides is called a?
Which theorem states that opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent?
Which theorem states that opposite angles in a parallelogram are congruent?
Theorem 8.5 states that consecutive angles in a paralleogram are supplenmentary. true or false
theorem 8.6 states that if a parallelogram has one right angle, it does not has four right angles. true or false
What occurs when minerals break unevenly along curved or irregular surfaces?
What is the color of a mineral in powdered form called?
What is a solid mixture of one or more minerals and organic matter called?
What is the process called that forms new rock from old rock?
What is the process in which water, wind, ice, and heat break down rock called?
What moves sediment from one place to another?
Which of the following is NOT a type of tectonic plate boundary?
The three ways that tectonic plates can move relative to each other are
What causes seismic waves?
What are large pieces of lithosphere that move on top of the asthenosphere called?
What does the U.S. rank in world wind hog production?
What are the 2 categories of swine?
Which pig is black with 6 white points and erect ears?
This breed is called "the mother breed."
This breed was probably the first breed developed in the U.S.
This breed was developed in Pennsylvania.
This red hog has a very desirable carcass.
Where was the Poland China breed developed?
What is a distictive quality of a Landrace hog?
This breed is from Indiana and gains weight rapidly.
What makes the Pietrain hog different from the other 8 we studied?
A _____________ is a castrated male pig.
The old Chester White ________________ has had many litters of piglets.
What is castration?
Gestation is...
What does it mean if a pig is prolific?
Which of the following is NOT a step in piglet care?
When should you do all 6 steps in piglet care?
The ________ number is in the right ear and the ________ number is in the left.
When ear notching a piglet, how many notches are allowed in each quadrant?
Opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent.
The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other.
Consecutive angles in a parallelogram are supplementary.
Opposite angles of a parallelogram are supplementary.
If a parallelogram is a rectangle, then the diagonals are congruent.
If aparallelogram has one right angle, it has four right angles.
The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular.
Both pairs of base angles of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent.
Each diagonal of a rhombus bisects a pair of opposite angles.
If the diagonals of a parallelogram are perpendicular, then the parallelogram is a rhombus.
words that mean something different when they are put together
to be different
to spread out; to drip or ooze; to show emotions or mood
a worn-out expression or phrase
solid ground; firm ground
to end up right back where you started
to avoid because of morals - to shun
to make clear
a riddle; a difficult problem; something or someone hard to understand
to make a decision based upon a little evidence
Definition: A meal laid out on a table or sideboard so that guests may serve themselves.
Synonyms: Clear, Coherent, Comprehensible...
Filling in the Blank: The ___________ wrecked the entire coast of India.
Definition: A vacation or leave of absence granted to an enlisted person.
Synonyms: Barren, Fruitless, Worthless
"Joe wore a very good-looking tuxedo to his concert. He looked very neat and smart in dress and appearance." Which word best describes Joe?
Filling in the Blank: After the last of the firecrackers went off, the noise ________, and all was quiet.
Filling in the Blank: The soldier received an _______ from Abraham Lincoln, and was forgiven any past offenses.
Definition: A surviving memorial of something past
Filling in the Blank: Bob __________ his dog to a pole outside the store.
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Information that identifies an individual such as name address, telephone number, date of birth(DOB), Medicaid ID # , medical records # Social security #(SSN and name of employer
Latin means: ”Who as well for the king as for himself sues I this matter” this allows a private citizen to file a lawsuit against U.S government
storage of documents for an established period of time mandated by federal and/or state law
Also called statutes laws passed by legislative bodies(e.g. federal, Congress, and state legislature
An order of the court that requires a witness to appear at a particular time and place to testify
requires documents (e.g. patient records) to be produced
What are the 3 steps in order to do BEFORE reading?
What are two steps in order to do DURING reading?
What are 3 steps in order to do AFTER reading?
What reading skill involves similarties and differences?
Where are the two common places a main idea can be found in a paragraph?
What type of organization in history reading uses chronological order?
Which type of graphic organizer works best for how facts and ideas relate to each other?
Which memorization technique uses number words and words to rhyme with number words to remember topics in order?
Which memorization technique uses places to remember an order of events?
The 5 W questions are suggested as what part of the reading process for history?
Which element of the textbook emphasizes key points and add interest
Which type of graphic organizer shows how LOTS of facts and ideas fit together
A reading skill that makes judgments from what you read
A reading skill that takes all information you read and understanding how it all relates
A reading skill where you determine an answer from what you read and what you know
CH4 + 2O2 → CO2 + 2H2O. The products in this reaction include
the 'hill' over which reactants must go to start a chemical reaction is the
enzymes are
In the photosynthesis reaction, 6CO2 + 6H20 → C6H12O6 + 602, there are 18 oxygen atoms in the reactants: how many oxygen atoms in the products?
To catalyze a reaction means to
enzymes catalyse reactions by
the activity of an enzyme depends on
in an exothermic reaction
the sum of all of the chemical reactions in an organism is called
anabolic reactions are ones in which
water is a chemical
the oxygen atom in a water molecule
most of the water on earth can be found as
acids have a pH
ice floats on water because
which properties of water are due to hydrogen bonding
which is the strongest base?
the polarity of the water molecule is due to its ______ and _____ sharing of electrons
the boiling point of water is
which of these is an example of a solution?
which of the following are functions of nucleic acids?
types of lipids include
characteristics of DNA include
differences between RNA and DNA include
a __________ cannot be broken down into other types of subsances
functions of proteins include
the main difference between saturated and unsaturated fatty acids is
complex carbohydrates are made of subunits called
proteins are made of subunits called
nucleic acids are made of subunits called
the main element in organic compounds is _____
there are about ____ amino acids found in living things
chemical bonds in which one atom takes an electron from another are
matter is anything that takes up space and has
a bond in which atoms share electrons is
Hammurabi was the ruler of this Mesopotamian Empire
This group is known as the worlds first civilization
Sargon was the ruler of this empire
Every group in ancient Sumeria used the culture and language from this group...
This group conquered the Sumerians for a brief period of time , but then the Sumerians eventually gained control of their land back from them
The ancient ruler named Sargon was famous for everything except...
Who is older? Hammurabi or Sargon?
The Sumerians were famous for all of the following except...
What statement best describes the relationship between the groups of Mesopotamia?
All the groups in Mesopotamia had this in common except...
A solid has
A liquid has
A gas has
The particles in a solid
The particles in a liquid
The particles in a gas
Suppose a hazardous chemical is leaking from a tank truck. People are more likely to be affected if the chemical
Pressure of a gas is caused by
As the temperature of a gas increases at constant volume the pressure will
As the pressure on a gas increases at constant temperature the volume will
_______________ is a measure of the force per unit area a sample of matter exerts against a sruface
Boiling is when a substance changes from
Freezing is when a substance changes from
Deposition is when a substance changes from
Melting is when a substance changes form
Condensation is when a substance changes from
Sublimation is when a substance changes from
The day when the tilt of Earth cuases the length of day and night to be equal, a/an _______ occurs
What part of the sun emits light and is the most prominent (largest) layer of the suns atmosphere?
The day whenthe tilt of Earth cuases the length of day to be the longest or the shortest is called a ___
What are explosions of hot gas that shoot from the Sun's surface that release tremendous amounts of energy into space and occur when prominences connect.
if the Earth's axis is pointed toward the sun, the Northern hemisphere will experience what season?
What is the outer layer of the sun's atmosphere that looks like a white halo and can only be seen during a total eclipse?
If the tilt of Earth is away from the sun, there is a shorter length of day, and the season is ______
Areas of gas on the sun that are cooler than the surrounding gases and therfore do not give off as much light and appear as dark spots on the photoshpere are called
If Earth is neither tilted toward nor away from the sun, the length of day and night is equal, the season is ______ and ______.
Huge, looping eruptions of gas, usually near sunspots, that arch out from the photosphere into the outer layers of the sun's atmosphere are called
If the tilt of Earth is toward the sun, there is a longer length of day; and the season would be _________.
What part of the sun sends out elecrically charged particles, called solar winds that do not reach Earth's surface because of the atmosphere and the magnetic field around Earth?
Earth rotates on its tilted axis. What is the degree of the tilt of Earth's axis?
What forms near the poles when solar winds cause gases in the atmosphere to glow?
Which systems work most closely together to carry oxygen to cells and to remove carbon dioxide waste?
Which two body systems work together when the diaphragm contracts and relaxes causing air to move in and out of the lungs?
Which is a major function of the human reproductive system?
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Energy stored in the bonds between atoms is:
Energy produced by moving electrons is:
Where do you get chemical energy from?
Surfs up! I'm an energy that rides on longitudinal waves. What am I?
What is an example of elastic potential energy?
I can be bent, but go back to normal. What am I?
If a cup is on the edge of a table then the cup falls, what was the energy the cup started with?
The ability to make something move is:
What is thermal energy?
I am an energy produced by a component in an atom. What am I?
A mining process in which rock is stripped away to expose mineral deposits near the surface
A concentration of mineral fragments at the bottom of a stream or river bed is a
mineral deposit from which metals and nonmetals can be removed profitably
rare nonmetallic mineral valued for its brilliance and color
mineral deposit made up of many thick mineral veins in a rock formation
The most abundant fossil fuel in the world is
natural resource formed from the remains of living things
unrefined petroleum is
in a passive solar energy system, energy is collected by
in an active solar collecting system, energy is collected by
the energy source in which a dam plays a key role is
the water for geothermal plants is heated by
electrical energy produced by the movement of air over the earths surface
electrical energy produced by the flow of water
plant material and other organic matter used as an energy source
energy produced by heat within the earth
the process of using materials more than once
the preservation and wise use of natural resources
the process of returning mined land to its original condition
Coal deposits are formed by
when nuclei of small atoms combine to release energy
what is used in an active solar system that is not used in a passive solar system
a well that is drilled to reach hot water heated by magma is harnessing
energy resources that exist in limited amounts and cannot be replaced quickly are
energy sources that can be replaced at the same rate at which they are consumed are
energy produced by running water is
One large problem with mining and the use of coal is
Why have nations started turning to renewable energy (main reason)
mining underground
removing ore from stream or lake beds
The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon is
The sum of the measures of an interior angles of a polygon is what?
The sides of a parallelogram are
The diagonals of a parallelogram
Opposite angles of a parallelogram are
In rectangles, opposite _______ are congruent.
In parallelograms, Consecutive angles are
In a rectangle, Diagonals are ________ and bisect each other.
How many right angles are there in a rectangle?
The diagonals in a rhombus
a segment that connects any two nonconsecutive vertices
If a convex polygon has n sides and S is the sum of the measures of its interior angles, then S=180(n-2)
The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other
a quadrilateral with four sides
a quadrilateral with parallel opposite sides is called
a quadrilateral with all four sides congruent, also a parallelogram.
Each diagonal of a parallelogram separates the parallelogram into two congruent triangles.
If a polygon is a convex, then the sum of the measures of the exterior angles, one at each vertex, is 360.
If the legs are congrunt then the trapezoid is an
If a quadrilateral is both a rhombus and a rectangle, then it is a
if a polygon has 'n' sides and S is the sum of the measures of it's interior angles.
exterior angle sum theorem
opposite sides of a parallelogram are
_____________ angles in a parallelogram are congruent
consecutive angles in a parallelogram are supplementary
if a parallelogram has one ________ angle, it has four right angles
the ____________ of a parallelogram bisect each other
the diagonal of a parallelogram separates the parallelogram into ____ congruent triangles
in a parallelogram labeled ABCD, A+ B=180, B+C=180, C+D=180, and
what is the interior angle sum theorem?
Where does the energy that power the water cycle come from
What is evaporation?
In which step(s) of the water cycle does water lose energy
what is the term for rising water vapor meeting colder air turning back into water droplets
what are the three stages of water cycle?
Where is water vapor found?
Where does some water from the water cycle collect underground?
Which contains the greatest amount of Earth's freshwater?
Which of the following describe an aquifer's ability to allow water to flow through?
Where does a natural spring occur?
What is the sum of a convex polygon?
What is the total of the exterior angles of a convex polygon?
Opposite sides of a parallelogram are
Angles that are opposite in a parallelogram are
Angles that are consecutive in a parallelogram are
If a parallelogram has one right angle, it has four right angles
The diagonals of a parallelogram ________ each other
Each diagonal of parallelogram separates the parallelogram into four congruent triangles.
If the diagonals of a parallelogram are congruent, then the parallelogram is a
The diagonals of a rhombus are
What is the meaning of the term diagonal
what is the formula of th interior angles of regular polygons
Fill in blank- if a convex polygon has n sides and s is the sum of the measure of the_______angles
Fill in blank- if a polygon is convex then the sum of the measures of the exterior angles, one at each vertex is ____
A quadrilateral with opposite sides is called a ________
8.4 proof parallelelogram ABCD
8.7- the diagnols of a parallelogram _____ each other
8.9- if both pairs of opposite side of a quadrilateral are congruent, then the quadrilateral is a _________
A ______ is a quadrilateral with four right angles
A_______ is a quadrilateral with four sides congruent
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chloro means
Scared of water:
process in which substances are charged out of the cell:
transporting matter into a cell through a vesicle:
the ecosystem - the earth
non-living
an organism that eats other things
What did the babies wear to keep them safe?
How old were the babies when they stopped wearing baby clothes?
What were the sheep raised for?
What did they use to make dye for their clothes?
What food did they eat the most?
What did the men and boys do for food?
What strange thing did they allow children to drink?
What were they afraid to drink because they thought it might make them sick?
What was their first school called?
How many rooms did the school have?
What does school master mean?
What were the students expected to bring to school everyday?
What would happen if the students did NOT bring firewood?
What did they use to feel better if they were sick?
To make the babies feel better what would they tie around their necks?
When people were sick who did they blame it on?
How old were SOME of the students when they went to college?
How old were the children when they stopped wearing baby clothes?
What does herb mean?
What happened to the students if they misbehaved?
What state of matter has a definite size and shape?
What state of matter will keep the same amount but its shape will change?
What state of matter will change its size and shape?
What state of matter is sometimes invisible?
Anything that takes up space is called___.
What is an example of a solid?
What is an example of a liquid?
What is an example of a gas?
If I have a pencil, a cup and juice--how many solids, liquids and gases do I have?
If I have a pot, BOILING water and an oven mitt--how many solids, liquids and gases do I have?
What is an example of a solid?
What is an example of a gas?
What is an example of a liquid?
Which type of economic system has the government choosing everyone's job?
A market economy is based upon...
Which is true about a Command economy?
Cuba, China, and North Korea all have...
Which is true about traditional economies?
Which is FALSE about a Mixed Economy?
All of these countries have an LIMITED government EXCEPT for...
An UNLIMITED government is ruled by one person with _________.
Which one of these is FALSE about an UNLIMITED government?
Which one of these is FALSE about a LIMITED government?
Which of the following countries does NOT have an Unlimited government?
A limited government...
In an unlimited government...
Most countries in the world have...
In which economy do people have the same jobs as their ancestors?
6 + 6 = ?
6 + 7 = ?
3 + 3 = ?
3 + 4 = ?
2 + 2 = ?
2 + 3 = ?
5 + 5 = ?
5 + 6 = ?
4 + 4 = ?
4 + 5 = ?
7 + 7 = ?
7 + 8 = ?
8 + 8 = ?
8 + 9 = ?
Medical Records are a collection of old, dusty financial records.
Medical records serve as legal documents in lawsuits.
When making a correction it is acceptable to write or type the correct information above or below the original line or in the margin.
It is not necessary to conscientiously compile medical records because they do not take precedence over a patient’s recollection during a trial.
When making a correction, it is acceptable to use correction fluid or to erase.
When a subpoena dues tecum is enforced the need for a patient’s written consent to release medical records is waived.
When making a correction it is not acceptable to note near the correction as to why it was made (e.g. “error, wrong date”
The information contained in a medical record is the property of the patient.
The medical record itself is the property of the owners of the facility where they were created.
A national statute allowing individuals to donate their bodies or body parts, after death for use in transplant surgery, tissue banks, or medical research
Protects physicians and sometimes other Health care practitioners and laypersons from charges of negligence or abandonment if they stop to help the victim of an accident or emergency
A statute that provided grants to qualified organ procurement organizations and established an Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network to assist in the distribution of unused organs outside of their geographic area
____________________ is a Latin, legal term that commands a witness to appear with certain medical records before the court.
______________consent can be written or spoken.
____________________consent does not have to be spoken.
__________________consent implies the patient understands.
_____________________are numbers collected for the population of live births, deaths, fetal deaths, marriages, divorces, induced terminations of pregnancy, and any change in civil status that occurs during an individual’s lifetime.
___________________ Certificates are reported and filed with the state registrar.
________________ Certificates in many states must be signed within 24-72 hours.
Public health statues
Unauthorized release of patient information to a third party
areas of law not classified as criminal
public law governed by statute or ordinance that deals with Crime and its prosecution
ensuring that information is accessible only to those authorized to have access
legal proceedings which a party answers questions under oath but not in open court
File that contains documents of patients med HX, record of care, progress notes, correspondence and billing information
Unique identifier assigned to health care providers
Standard
Forbids the Medicare carrier (insurance Carrier)from disclosing information other than: Date claim was received by carrier(insurance Company), date claim was paid, denied, or suspended
HIPAA provision that creates national standards to protect an individual’s personal health information and medical records
private information shared between a patient and a health care provider
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what colour is choclate
Is tomato a fruit or a vegatable
what colour is lettuce
What is chocloate made of?
Does pasta go in to macaroni?
when was food invented?
when is dinner?
what is bacon from
why do we eat food?
What is the right answer?
soccer world cup winner 2006
rugby world cup 2008 winner
tennis wimbledon winner 2009
The golf club mainly used at the tee
Football euro 2008 final winner
rugby team in 6 nations cup
name of sport not played on ice
name of country Rafael Nadal is from
how many national football teams play in the euro tournament
name of sport not played on a tarmac track
a ___ of a polygon is a line that connects any two nonconsecutive vertices
a ____ is a a quadrilateral with parallel opposite sides
theorem ___ says that opposite sides of parallelogram are congruent
theroem ___ says that opposite angles of parrallelogram are congruent
theroem ____ says that consecutive angles in parallelogram are supplementary
theroem ____ says if a parallelogram has 1 right angle then it has to have 4 right angles
theroem ____ says that a diagonal of a parallelogram bisect each other
theroem _____ says thata diagonal seperates the parallelogram into 2 congruent triangles
theroem __ says if both pairs off opposite sides are congruent, then quadrilateral is a parallelogram
theroem _____ says if diagonal bisects each other then quadrilateral is a parallelogram
All of the following are modes of transmission for HIV except
A mechanical pipette is an example of
_______ changes the refraction of light so fine detail can be seen at upper levels of magnification
The microbiology incubator needs to be maintained at a temperature of ______
The substance being tested in a specimen, such as glucose or cholesterol in a blood specimen is called
The objective lens with the most working distance is ____
Which laboratory department tests CBC’s and cellular components of blood?
The physician uses which of the following to make a diagnosis?
A patient who is in homeostasis will produce the following test results
Danger related to the exposure to toxic, unstable, explosive, or flammable materials is known as
In this type of electrical circuit one broken bulb would mean that all others also go out
The current is the same everywhere in this type of circuit
This type of energy is stored in a stretched elastic band
The type of energy we give an object whern we force it to move faster
The main type of energy given out by a mp3 player
When we use an ordinary bulb it turns electricity into
A battery is used to make an electric motor turn. The source of energy is
A coal fired power station turns Chemical energy into
In this type of Heat movement the energy is passed from one particle to another by direct contact
Convection is heat transfer when particles move from one place to another taking energy with them. It works best in
A segment that connects any 2 nonconsecutive vertices.
If a convex polygon has n sides and S is the sum of the measures of its interior angles, then S=180(n-2).
If a polygon is convex, then the sum of the measures of the exterior angles, 1 at each vertex, is 360.
A quadrilateral with parallel opposite sides.
Opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent.
Opposite angles in a parallelogram are congruent.
Consecutive angles in a parallelogram are supplementary.
If a parallelogram has one right angle, it has four right angles.
The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other.
A quadrilateral with four right angles.
Treating all specimens as if potentially infectious is known as
What temperature should be maintained in the refrigerator to preserve reagents and specimens?
The ability of the microscope to maintain an image after switching the objective to a higher power is known as
A lab certified to perform automated testing and some microscopy
Danger related to the exposure to toxic, unstable, explosive, or flammable materials is known as
The acronym PASS is defined as
The part of the microscope that allows different areas of the specimen to be seen
Part of the microscope that allows for the adjustment of the stream of light
If the total magnification of an object is 1200 and the objective lens is 1000X, what is the power of the ocular?
The agency that is concerned with quality test results is
A quadrilateral with _______ opposite sides is called a parallelogram.
Theorem 8.8 - Each diagonal of a parallelogram seperates the parallelogram into two ___ triangles.
Both pairs of opposite ___ are congruent.
_____ in a parallelogram bisect each other
A _____ has all the properties of a parallelogram.
If the legs are congruent, then the trapezoid is an ___
The segment that joins midpoints of the leggs of a trapezoid is the ___
S = 180(n-2) What does n represent?
Theorem 8.12 If one pair of opposite sides of a quadrilateral is both parallel and ___, then the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.
A ___ is a quadrilateral with four right angles.
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