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Which of the following men used the Assembly Line to produce cars?
Congress passed the Homestead Act which:
Where did most United States immigrants settle after their arrival in the United States?
Explain the significance of John D. Rockefeller:
What is the main reason that factory workers were paid poorly?
Why were settlement houses established in cities?
The best way to describe inflation is:
Which of the following people was the first progressive U.S. president?
Which of the following would best identify with the populist movement?
Which of the following most accurately describes labor unions:
Maybe I should pay some one so I can live on and use their land to plant crops.
We could make good use of all this tobacco right here in Durham
We want to make you aware that our government is very corrupt
Don't live on a farm, no worries, provide us with your labor and we'll let you have a portion of what you pull.
From nobody to somebody, as seen by my ownership of 16 mills.
If you saw what was done to that meat in the factory, it would make you vomit
Rather than competing we should join forces working together to control our fortunes.
Whoa Dude, look at all this cotton. What are we going to do with it?
Where did all my workers go? What must I do to get them to come back?
We have been stranded here six months. I wish they would hurry up and clear us to move on to the land of opportunity
Which of the following is a characteristic of all living things?
Which of the following do all living things need to survive?
Who discovered the cell in 1665?
What invention led to the discovery of the cell?
Which type of microscope uses electrons to create 2-dimensional images of objects?
The cell theory states that all living things are made of one or more cells and that all cells come from other living cells. What is the third concept of the cell theory?
Which part of a microscope is used to focus the image being seen?
Which type of microscope can be used to view specimens that are alive?
Most organisms that cannot be seen without the help of a microscope are:
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of all living things?
How are eukaryotic cells different from prokaryotic cells?
Where does most of the work within a cell take place?
What is the role of a ribosome?
Which cell part serves as the transportation system of the cell and is responsible for making parts of the cell membrane?
Lysosomes are a special type of vesicle that does what?
Which cell part serves a purpose that is similar to a solar panel?
Plant cells contain some organelles that animal cells do not. Which of the following is found in a plant cell, but not an animal cell?
What is the job of a cell wall?
Plants, animals, and fungi are all examples of:
Which of the following is a cell part that can be seen using a light microscope?
Most of the organisms alive on Earth today are:
Prokaryotic organisms that are found in extreme environments belong to the domain
The domain, Eukarya, is made up of:
Multicellular organisms have specialized cells that perform specific jobs. Blood cells are specialized. What is their job?
What is the highest level of organization in living things?
What is an organ?
True or False: Unicellular organisms have specialized cells.
True or False: Scientists use models to learn about cells and their parts.
Which of the following shows the levels of organization from largest to smallest?
Which domain would a unicellular organism with a nucleus belong to?
Using the map on p. 385, identify the easternmost and westernmost cities on the transcontinental railroad
Using the map on p. 385, which of the following cities is in the Central Time Zone
From the map on p. 385, identify the city below which you could travel to via train directly from Denver
Use the map on p. 385 to identify the number of time zones one would travel through from New York to San Francisco
Of the following states, identify the one that the first transcontinental railroad passed through
Use the chart at the top of p. 391 to identify the statement that most accurately describes the decade 1860-1869
Use the chart on the top of p. 391 to identify the correct statement for 1880-1889
What generalization can be made about the chart on p. 391
Use the chart on p. 391 to figure out which statement best describes the 1870's
Of the data collected for the chart on p. 391, what generalization can be made about 1890-1899
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Over 95% of the oil in Saudi Arabia is controlled by the government. This element of Saudi Arabia's economy shows that the oil industry is most likely which economic system?
Since the early 1980's, Turkey has made significant strides in moving away from government run businesses and toward privately run businesses. This shows that Turkey's economy has made a move in which direction?
Since the early 1980's, Saudi Arabia has made significant effort to attempt to have more privately owned businesses. This shows that Saudi Arabia's economy has attempted to move toward which economic system?
In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia the government controls every aspect of oil production which makes up the majority of the country's economy. While there is some private businesses, oil is most of economy. This can be described as
Which Middle Eastern country would you expect to have an economy that is more command-based than market-based?
It’s major industry include high-technology products
Which statement about Saudi Arabia's economy is TRUE?
Mikhail sells products on eBay from his home in Israel. Ihsan buys products on eBay from his home is Saudi Arabia. What makes this form of international trade easier?
If OPEC decided to cut oil production for the coming year, what would be the MOST LIKELY effect?
The price of one nation's currency in terms of another nation's currency is called
What is the name of the longest economic downturn in American History?
A tax on imports is a .....
What is it called when banks run out of money?
What number tells us how many people that are looking for jobs do not have jobs?
Smoot-Hawley was a ....
What happened to the unemployment rate during the Great Depression?
What year did the stock market crash causing the Great Depression?
What was the name for the day when the stock market crashed, causing the Great Depression?
What did increased tariffs do to world trade?
Which of the following most directly contributed to the Dust Bowl?
To be shipped out of a country is called....
To be shipped back to a home country is called....
Which best describes the change of feelings towards immigrants during the Great Depression?
What is it called when a lot of people go to the bank to try and pull their money out?
What happened to businesses during the Great Depression?
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (3 ,9 ) and (5 ,15 ). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (3,2) and (6,4). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (4,-20) and (6,-30). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (2,-1) and (4,-2). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (2,8) and (-2,-8). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (2,4) and (-4,7). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (1,10) and (0,3). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (1,5) and (0,9). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (1,3) and (-2,-21). Use menu 814
What is the equation of a line that contains points, (4,-26) and (1,-8). Use menu 814
What is the world's longest river?
What is the way people manage money and resources for the production of goods and services?
Who was the Egyptian pharaoh who built the great pyramid?
What new kingdom pharaoh drove the Hyksos out of teh NIle delta?
What was the Aftican state that developed along teh upper reaches of the Nile in 100 BC
What is a group of countries under a single authority?
What was the capital of Old Kingdom Egypt?
What was the ancient Egyptian writing system in which pictures were used to represent ideas and sounds?
Who was the king of upper Egypt who united teh two kingdoms of upper and lower Egypt?
What was the northern region of ancient Egypt, named because it was located down river with the Nile's flow?
Who was the first female pharaoh who expanded Egypt through trade?
What is supplying land with water through a network of canals?
What is a journey organized for a particular purpose?
What was a flat, low-lying land built up from soil carried downstream by a river and deposited at its mouth?
What is the southern part of ancient Egypt?
What is the ancient region of northeastern Africa on the NIle River?
What is the act of making or becoming a single unit?
What is a tall reed that grows in the Nile delta, use by ancient Egyptians to make a paperlike material for writing?
What was an ancient city in Upper Egypt that became the capital of the New Kingdom?
What was a king of ancien Egypt called?
Which of the following is an example of a veto?
The Sons of Liberty groups did which of the following?
Which of the following describes Paul Revere?
Which event ended the American Revolution?
The colonists considered British rule and example of which of the following?
Benjamin Franklin was responsible for which of the following events?
The Proclamation of 1763 prevented the colonists from doing which of the following?
Which of the following people built Fort Necessity?
When did the colonists declare their independence from Britain?
Which of the following reveals the importance of the Halifax Resolves?
George Burrington was the first royal governor of North Carolina.
The Declaration of Independence was accepted by England.
The Treaty of Paris ended the French and Indian War.
The Intolerable Acts were created by colonial assemblies.
Benjamin Franklin fought in the battles of Lexington and Concord.
The Patriots won more battles during the American Revolution than the Loyalists.
The British surrendered after which of the following battles?
Colonists decided to ________ English goods as a method of protest.
_______ was the first commander of the Continental Army.
The law that taxed luxury items such as wine and silk, was known as the _______ _______.
1/9 + 5/6
1/12 + 2/3
1/3 + 1/5
1/8 + 3/7
2/9 + 2/3
5/8 + 1/6
1/3 - 1/6
2/3 - 5/12
1/4 - 1/8
5/6 - 1/3
What does feud mean?
What does stammered mean?
What does gaunt mean?
What does despair mean?
What does stark mean?
What does fatigue mean?
What does lashing mean?
Which word means to lose something?
Which word means bare?
Which word means to speak in an unsure way?
The independent variable in an experiment is
The dependent variable in an experiment is
The control variable is
Control variables are also called
Having the right kind of variables in your experiment helps to make your experiment
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What kind of plate boundary is most often characterized by earthquakes?
What is a seismogram?
What is an underwater mountain range?
Which of the following took up the most amount of time?
What is the uppermost mantle and the crust?
Which of the following is known as the Age of the Dinosaurs?
Who originated the Continental Drift Hypothesis?
After the breakup of Pangaea, what was the name of the northern continent?
Which type of volcano is potentially the most explosive?
Which of the following is the most viscous?
an arc with a measure greater than 180
in a circle, any segment with endpoints that are the center of the circlke and a point on the circle
any line that intersects a circle in exactly two points
a line in the plane of circle that intersects the circle in exactly one point
the distance around the cirlce
an angle that intersects a circle in two points and has its vertex at the center of the circle
a polygon is inscribes in a circle if each of its vertices lie on the circle
for an angle to intercept an arc, it hasd to have which of the following..
for a given circle, a segment with endpoints that are on the circle
if the circle contains all the vertices of the polygon then it is what?
A _____ is the locus of all points in a plane equidistant from a given point called the center of a circle.
A circle is the locus of all points in a plane equidistant from a given point called the _____ of a circle.
Any segment with endpoints that are on the circle is a _____ of the circle. AF and BE are chordes.
A chord that passes thourgh the center is a ______ of the circle. BE is a diameter
Any segement with endpoints that are the center and a point on the circle is a _____. CD, CB, and CE are radii of the circle.
The _______ of a circle is the distance around the circle.
the ratio C/d is an irrational number called ___
A ____ _____ has the center of the circle as its vertex, and its sides contain two radii of the circle.
A central angle seperates the circle into two parts, each of which is an ____.
Circle E is ______ about the polygon because it contains all the vertices of the polygon.
Protists are made of
Protists must live in an environment that is
Protists are
Protists can have characteristics of
5. Protists reproduce
The three main groups of Protists are
Plant Like Protists have
Characteristics of Animal Like Protists are/is
Characteristics of Fungus like Protists are/is
Fungus like protests are
the trivial news story:
applicable supporting evidence
tentative plans
capitalistic ideology
a premature announcement is
immaterial information:
a ponderous maneuvers
an inconvenient location
perceptible symptoms are:
optimistic people are:
An agreement to stop fighting
Ideas spread to help or hurt a cause
Payment for losses suffered during a war
System of managing government through departments run by appointed officials
Policy of building up strong armed forces to prepare for war
Extreme pride in ones nation
Which of the following countries would have entered WWI if the Zimmerman plot had succeeded?
Austria-Hungary formed the Triple Alliance with which two other countries?
A person against any war at all is called a
Which of the following BEST describes trench warfare?
President Wilson played what role at the start of WWI?
A direct result of the sinking of the Lusitania was
The Treaty of Versailles caused
The single event that sparked the start of WWI was what?
United States citizens did everything to help the war efforts except
Which of the following was NOT the cause of WWI?
Which group was strengthened by the result of the Russian Revolution?
The policy of builidng up a strong military to prepare for war is?
In order to make a quick exit from the war Russia got together with Germany and signed the
The Russian Revolution was the result of
Which organism changes the enviroment by causing cracks in rocks where other organisms can grow?
What characteristic of protists meass that their cells have a nucleus?
What do protists NOT have that other eukaryotic organisms have?
What do chloroplasts do?
What process do some protists use to make their own food?
Which type of organism makes its own food?
In asexual reproduction, how many parents are there?
What process do single-celled protists use in asexual reporduction to make more than two offspring from one parent?
Most of the world's seaweeds are what type of protist producer?
What are eukaryotic heterotrophs with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll called?
The job of the nucleus is to
Prokaryotic cells lack a nucleus and lack membrane bound organelles. An example of this is
Photosythesis is the process in which plants make
Animals use this for respiration and plants give this off during photsynthesis
What types of cells are humans made up of?
The part of an animal cell that is flexible and allows material in and out of the cell is called
This is the organelle in a plant cell where photosythesis takes place
Photosynthesis needs all of the following EXCEPT
Plants need this for photosynthesis and animals breathe this out
Cellualr respiration is the process where
The items needed for cellular respiration are
Cellular respiration takes place in the
Animals cannot carry out photosynthesis because they do not have
Plants carry out
Which is carried out only by plants?
Which converts glucose and oxygen to energy?
Which uses energy from the sun?
Which occurs in the mitochondria?
Which produces carbon dioxide and ATP?
Which produces oxygen and glucose?
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By 4 years old, most children can:
A 4 year old's self-help skills usually include:
The 4 year old usually:
The 5 year old usually can:
The 5 year old is awkward when marching to music.
The 5 year old can usually print his or her name.
A 4 year old can carry a cup of liquid without spilling.
A 4 year old cannot hop on one foot.
4 year olds may still need supervision to dress and undress themselves.
A preschooler is full of questions.
What type of command is best for preschoolers?
How many words are in the average preschooler's vocabulary?
The 5 year old can usually dial his or her phone number correctly.
5 year olds pick out and say words they recognize as someone reads them a story.
This conquistador traveled to present-day Mexico and conquered the Aztecs.
Spanish conquistadors forced Native American tribes to abandon their beliefs and convert to _____________.
European nations were searching for a path to Asia to acquire
Spanish explorers that claimed land and conquered people for Spain were known as
This person is famous for finding a long and difficult land route from Europe to Asia.
Spanish conquistadors and soldiers had an advantage over Native American tribes because they had ___________.
Portugal and Spain were both Catholic so they asked the ________ to settle their land dispute.
Columbus sailed west from Europe and believed he had landed in _______________.
Columbus sailed west from Europe and ACTUALLY landed in ___________.
Magellan and his crew attempted to sail around the world, but ___________________________.
Juan Ponce de Leon was the first Spanish conquistador to explore and settle an area he named Florida which means ___________ in Spanish.
In around 1000, a group of people known as the Vikings from _________ explored present-day Canada.
Spanish conquistadors forced Native American tribes to stop speaking their own __________ and instead speak Spanish.
Columbus believed he had sailed west from Europe and landed in the islands of the Indies. Because of that, he called the people he encountered ______________.
European nations trading with Africa received fruits, nuts, gold, and ___________.
What is significant about Lexington and Concord?
Strong Military and great wealth
Knowledge of the terrain (land)
Lack of ammunition
Having to ship soldiers and supplies overseas
What Act closed the Boston Harbor?
Which colony did not meet in the first Continental Congress?
The Revolutionary War started in....
Tyranny is a....
Boycott means to....
Who was the creator of the cotton gin?
Who was a former slave that went on to be the first African American to be nominated for Vice-President of the United States?
Who was the slave that led a violent slave revolt in Virginia in 1831?
Who was the abolitionist that led a raid at Harper's Ferry in Virginia?
What was the term for a person who fought to end slavery?
What is a synonym for a runaway?
What was the time period before the Civil War referred to as?
What is the term for a person who engages in armed resistance against a government?
What word means to revoke something...as in revoking a law?
What is the term for a person who is put to death or endures great suffering for a cause?
What word means to make something void...no longer valid?
What is the term for the people who were in charge of the plantations and the slaves in the South?
What is the term for the large farm slaves worked on in the South?
What term means to break away from or rise against authority?
What is excessive concern for local interest only in the government?
Found only in plant cells, it is a rigid structure that surrounds the cell membrane
Uses sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make food by photosynthesis.
In a plant cell, it is a large sac that stores water and helps support the cell.
A system of membranes that have ribosomes attached to its membrane; assist in the production, processing, and transportation of protiens
The powerhouse of the cell; cells get energy by breaking down food using cellular respiration
The protective layer that covers a cell's surface and acts as a barrier between the inside of a cell and the cell's environment.
The system of flattened membrane sacs that packages and distributes materials, such as proteins.
Small body in a cell's cytoplasm that is specialized to perform a specific function.
In Eukaryotic Cells, it contains all the cell's genetic information
Deoxyribonucleic Acid is a genetic material that provides instructions for all cell processes.
In animal cells, it produces enzymes, that digest wastes, damage cell parts and foreign invaders.
It makes proteins by putting together chains of amino acids.
A push, pull, or other action that has the ability to change motion is called a (n)
The inertia of an object is related to its:
Which of the following demonstrates Newton’s first law of motion?
The SI unit of force preferred by scientists is the:
If the net force acting on a moving object is zero, the object will:
A ball with a mass of 1kg is moving is a straight line at the same speed as a ball with a mass of 10 kgs. Which of the following is true of the force required to stop the balls?
A car reaches a speed of 80 kilometers per hour, and then suddenly crashes into the concrete wall. Without a seatbelt, the crash test dummy slams into the car’s dashboard because:
Is it possible for an object to move at constant speed without a force pulling or pushing it?
The acceleration due to gravity is:
terminal velocity is:
Duties of citizens are all of the following EXCEPT:
Ron Bergman has been assigned the role of the County Democratic Party chair in Yorktown. Which of the following civic responsibilities best describes his role?
Which of the following is PROTECTED by the First Amendment?
Ira Appleheimer received a draft notice in the mail. Which civic duty will he be fulfilling when he acts in accordance with his letter
Citizens who do not fulfill their civic duties-
The concept of “rule of law” guarantees that-
Which of the following is NOT a requirement to become a citizen of the United States through naturalization?
The right protected in the First Amendment, which guarantees the right to contact public officials to make views known is-
The 5th and 14th Amendments to the Constitution have which of the following in common?
Immigration and naturalization has led to a-
Which amendment expanded the right of due process of law to the states?
The President cannot declare war on Canada; this is an example of which fundamental principle of government?
The amendment which requires the national government to provide due process protection is the-
To become a citizen, an immigrant does NOT need to:
Equal protection for all people is granted by which amendment?
___________ believe in more government involvement and are generally liberal
___________ believe in less government involvement and are generally considered conservative.
A party platform is:
The MAJOR role of third parties in American politics is that they-
When a political party informs voters about a candidate’s prior experiences as a Red Cross executive, the party is –
In a command economy, how are the prices of goods and services determined?
Communism and socialism are usually found in what type of economic system?
) In this type of economic system, the production of goods and services is controlled solely by the concept of supply and demand, businesses are operated for profit, and the government is not involved.
In a traditional economy, the decision to make (or not make) certain products is decided MOSTLY by
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What is a major purpose of government budgeting?
A value can be defined as
One of the BEST methods for maintaining financial records is the use of a/an:
To be effective, a budget MUST include allowances for fixed expenses, variable expenses and:
Effective money management does NOT include:
Comparing the price, quality, and services associated with one product with those of another product is:
Which spending habit might improve a person’s standard of living?
Defining needs or want is what step in the decision-making process?
The FIRST expenditure in a household budget should be:
Which is a step in the financial planning process?
Which part of the Microsoft Excel screen displays the context of the active cell?
Which of the following arithmetic operators is used to indicate division in Excel?
When Excel opens a new workbook, it displays a
If text is entered in a cell, exceeding the cell area, then the column needs to be
By default a number will display
An entry which begins with an equal sign, followed by a cell reference, then a plus sign, and another cell reference is an example of a
When typing text, Excel automatically completes the word or phrase typed using the feature
When using the Save command on a previously saved workbook, the open workbook will
To access help in Excel, you can
When finished with your worksheet, you can close it using
Diffusion of a substance always occurs
Who proposed the atomic theory of matter?
The quanitity of matter an object contains is commonly referred to as
What are elements?
What is a molecule?
What is osmosis?
Where can diffusion occur?
What is the kinetic theory of matter?
What is the chemical symbol for silver?
Au is the chemical symbol for
Greenhouse effect: heating of earth's
The wind speed that determines a hurricane
Evaporation- process by which
As warm air is forced upward and cools, it forms clouds. These are the ones that are high, thin, white, and feathery.
This determines whether precipitation droplets form snow, rain, hail, or sleet.
One of these statements is false:
The Fujita Scale measures
Typically, wind in the US travels
________ is a measure of the amount of moisture in the air in the form of invisible water vapor. It is important for forecasting- helps predict precipitation
As altitude becomes greater (higher), the temperature
A place where Native Americans could bring furs and trade them for goods.
A place where ships load and unload goods.
Person who leads the way
Place ruled by another country
To make goods by machine.
The practice of making a person the property of another.
To travel to unfamiliar places in order to learn about them.
Person who comes to live in a new land from another place.
The word that describes land on the edge of a settlement.
A person who agreed to work for someone in the colonies to pay for their trip.
Resources and goods are limited, but human wants are ____.
Which word means that there is never enough to match the total of what everyone wants?
Which word means selecting an item or an action from a set of all the possible alternatives?
Who has to deal with scarcity and choice?
What is the term for the SECOND CHOICE - the choice you give up when you choose an item or action?
You have a choice of doing your homework or going shopping. You do your homework. What is the opportunity cost of doing your homework?
What type of resources are water, trees, land, wheat, iron, and oil?
What type of resources are labor, skills, talent, and education?
What type of resources are tools, machinery, buildings, and trucks?
What type of resources are people who can get a business going?
What is the term for the act of combining resources to make goods and services?
What is the term for the act of using goods and services?
A goal of businesses is to make production more efficient, which _____ costs.
As a result of consumer choices, what gets purchased for consumption is determined mainly by:
____ are things that change economic behavior and choices.
____ are a positive incentive for businesses to make better products.
What is the term for the amount of a good or service that sellers are willing to sell?
What is the term for the amount of a good or service that buyers are willing to buy?
Prices normally move to a level that brings ____ and ____ into balance.
What is the term for the amount of money exchanged for a good or service?
What is the symbol for potassium
What is the symbol for iron
Na is the chemical symbol for
Pb is the symbol for
Ca is the symbol for
What is the symbol for oxygen
The symbol for radon is Rn, true or false?
The quantum theory
The electron-cloud model
The wave-mechanical model
A measure of the decay rate of a radioactive substance is called
The number of protons and neutrons in an atom\\\'s nucleus is called the
What is the atomic mass?
What is the critical mass?
What charge does a proton have?
What charge does a neutron have?
What charge does an electron have?
What is Brownian motion?
What was John Dalton's theory?
Who introduced the quantum theory?
Why doesn't air pressure crush your desk?
The atmosphere is
Density can be determined using
Air in the atmosphere has pressure because
The less mass in a given volume of air, the
The air pressure acting on the roof of your house
As you rise farther in the atmosphere, air pressure
When climbing a high mountain, you get out of breath easily because
National Weather Service measures air pressure in units called
Instruments used to measure air pressure are called
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Which is a sign that a chemical reaction occurrred?
When baking soda and vinegar are mixed together in a sealed container, why doesn't the mass change?
What should a student do to remain objective in an experiment?
Which does not describe a chemical property?
How do elements form compounds?
What is a sign of a chemical reaction occurred?
What happens to the properties of elements when they become a compound?
As heat energy is added to H2O what happens?
Jane arrived fifteen minutes early for her interview at the hospital and entered the waiting room. What should Jane do?
Rose finds a question on an application form that asks her reason for leaving her prior job. She left because she was fired. What should Rose do?
Dan wants to follow up after a very good interview and share his positive feelings about the work opportunity. What should he do?
Mark wants to thank his interviewer and make the best impression possible after his interview. What should he do?
Don has just finished an interview with the personnel department at a local office. What should he do?
Patty and her interviewer greeted one another pleasantly and the interviewer motioned her to sit down. How should she respond?
Beth is uncertain how to answer the question about why she feels she should be accepted for a culinary apprenticeship. How should she respond?
Adam arrived 15 minutes earlier for his interview. After introducing himself to the receptionist, what should Adam do?
Nick is wearing a professional suit, tie, and shoes to make a good first impression for his job interview. He wants to wear a new fragrance he just purchased. What should Nick do?
Erin has an interview for a position at an investment firm. What should Erin wear?
What process creates new sand in a desert?
All of the following are causes of physical weathering except
Plants prevent soil erosion by _______
What is the major cause of weathering and erosion?
What happens when glaciers slowly move down a mountain?
What is sediment?
The process by which small pieces of rocks and soil are carried away to new locations is called _______
City council regulations ban the planting of certain trees near buildings because:
All of the following are an example of mechanical weathering EXCEPT
The process of breaking up rocks on Earth's surface is called _________
Potholes are made by:
Boomer!
Which part of the rock cycle does weathering lead to?
The Statue of Liberty is an example of:
The waves hitting a beach result in:
Flooding usually causes a lot of:
The Grand Canyon is very steep and narrow. Which of the following is likely the cause of the shape of the canyon?
Many cities have regulations requiring trees to be planted at a distance from structures. Why is this?
Which layer of the Earth is most affected by weathering?
This biome is most subject to weathering:
Following the battle of Kettle Creek, Austin Dabney was recognized by being given
According to the Proclamation of 1763, colonists were
Which nation did not help the colonists attempt to retake Savannah from the British during the American Revolution?
Which actions taken by the colonists preceded the Intolerable Acts?
What was the reason the colonists were not to settle past the Appalachian Mountains?
Which war led England to begin taxing its colonists in the Americas?
Which accurately describes the actions taken by the colonists in response to Parliament's passage for the Intolerable Acts?
Which was a benefit Georgia received as a result of the French and Indian War?
What do George Walton, Button Gwinnett, and Lyman Hall have in common?
Ban on town meetings, closing of Boston Harbor, requirement to house British soldiers All of these actions are known as
What is the study of the ocean called?
What is the complete four stages of insect growth known as?
What is camouflage?
What are an insect's breathing holes?
What are the tiny plants and animals in the ocean?
What is the matter that settles on the bottom of the ocean?
What is an oceanographer?
Which of the following is a mineral?
What are the three body parts of an insect?
What is the main sense organ of an insect?
Which of the following is NOT an invertebrate?
A food chain always begins with what?
All living things do what?
Bees transfer pollen in a process called what?
Plants can be classified by
Classification is
New plants are
Conifers are plants that
The pistil of the plant
How are plants pollinated?
Scientists that study plants are called
A young plant without flowers is called a
How are seeds dispersed?
Which is correct for a flowering plant's life cycle?
A seed does NOT need what to germinate?
Which animal helps pollinate plants?
A solid has particles that move slowly.
A liquid has particles that move faster than a solid.
A gas has particles that move slowly.
Color is a physical property.
Malleability (bendable) is a physical property.
Density (if it floats) is a chemical property.
A chemical change creates a new substance.
Gas, liquids, and solids are states of matter.
A physical change doesn't create a new substance.
Flammability is a chemical property.
The Gulf Coastal Plains became a center for economic activity with other countries because of:
This landform is common in Texas
What is a common economic activity in the Mountains and Regions Basin.
What is the definition of climate?
What is the highest point in Texas?
Which region gets the smallest amount of rain?
The Gulf Coastal Plains has the following body of water:
Ranching and Farming is common in which regions?
A top crop in Texas is:
Plateaus are common in these regions:
The ability to speak in clearly pronounced sounds is called:
Which age group decides what he/she wants to draw and then draws it?
Which age learns to recognize the numerals 1, 2, 3, and 4?
Repeating sounds and/or pausing for unusually long times when speaking is called:
The 4 year old can usually:
A new skill for 5 year olds is:
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What is the shape of the earth?
What are the inner planets?
What is the degree of tilt of the Earth?
How long does it take for the Moon to revolve around the Earth?
How long does it take for the Earth to revolve around the Sun?
What causes day and night?
The sun is a .....
Why do stars appear brighter than others?
What is the 7th planet?
What is the 4th planet?
What are the properties of rocks?
What is soil made of ?
What are the properties of soil?
What is the process that breaks down and changes rocks?
What is the process that drops eroded material?
What is the moving of weathered rocks and soil called?
What landform is caused by wind dropping sand?
What is the landform that is caused by glaciers?
What landform is caused by moving water that drops eroded material when it slows down?
Which is a slow process?
Railroad tracks have gaps between the rails so that they will not buckle in hot weather because of
The boiling point of water on the Fahrenheit, Celcius, and Kelvin scales is, respectively,
Which of the following is NOT a common state of matter?
The transfer of thermal energy through a substnace by direct contact is called
Heat breaks and creates bonds between particles in a
The lowest possible temperature is
When a substance changes state, thermal energy
In a bomb calorimeter, the energy released from a burning food sample is transferred to water, and so is calculated by the increase in the water's
Thermal pollution increases the temperature of river or lake water, which
If the particles of two substances have the same average kinetic energy, then
What is the definition of a renewable resource?
What is the definition of a nonrenewable resource?
Which of the following are renewable resources?
Which of the following is a nonrenewable resource?
What are 3 ways to extend the life of nonrenewable resources?
What are plant and animal remains that turn into fossils then into coal, oil and natural gas?
Turning a pop can back into aluminum to make more cans is an example of what?
Using less of a resource like water is an example of what?
What is not an example of conserving resources?
What is an example of not conserving energy?
Ice, wind, water, gravity, plants, and animals are all agents of
If you drop a sugar cube into a glass of water, the sugar cube will dissolve after a few minutes. This process is an example of
The term for the arrangement of soil particles is
If you increase the surface area of a rock, how will it affect the rate at which it weathers?
The proportion of different-sized particles in soil determines the soil's
The removal of substances that can be dissolved from rock or layers of soil due to the passing of water is called
What is it called when wind blows sand and silt against exposed rock, eventually wearing away the rock's surface?
When oxygen in the air reacts with iron, the result is
Mechanical weathering occurs at a greater rate in climates that are
Which of the following is NOT a benefit provided by soil?
A rivalry or state of tension that developed between the U.S. and the Soviet Union was called?
The United States policy to hold communism within the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe is known as -
The United States and its allies formed a military alliance called -
A military alliance of nations dominated by the Soviet Union was called -
Which economic system rewards individual achievement and competition?
United States and the Soviet Union emerged from World War II as -
The Cuban Missile Crisis began when -
The destruction of the Berlin Wall became symbolic of the -
Which of the following events came last?
This was an imaginary line during the Cold War separating Western and Eastern Europe.
How many lines make up the staff?
How many spaces are on the staff?
What note is found on line 1?
What note is found in space 3?
What note is found on line 5?
What note is found in space 2?
What note is found on line 3?
What note is found in space 1?
What note is found on line 2?
What note is found on space 4?
How many tens and ones are in the number 16?
How many ones are in the number 51?
How many tens are in the number 72?
Which number is the highest?
Which number is the smallest?
Which number has 2 tens and 3 ones?
Which number has 9 tens?
Which number has 3 ones?
Which number has two tens and two ones?
Which number has the small numbers of ones?
What is a homophone for the word hour?
What is a homophone for the word flour?
What is a homophone for the word deer?
What is a homophone for the word toe?
What is a homophone for the word wait?
Which word means a person who fights with a sword?
Which word means a person who runs a school?
Which word means the part of your body you wear a belt?
Which word means not strong?
Which word means a place where you stay on vacation?
What is a natural resource?
What is a capital resource?
What is a human resource?
What is a producer?
What is a consumer?
What is specialization?
What is opportunity cost?
What does Virginia specialize in?
We depend on other countires for _________.
This is a capital resource...
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What is vegetation?
What does it mean if an organism is a carnivore?
If an organism is an omnivore, what does it eat?
An organism that breaks down dead and decomposing matter is called:
What is the difference between a food chain and food web?
What is the last organism in a food chain called? Or, the last organism to eat?
Which is a function of the nucleolus of a cell?
Which of these best describes the function of the Golgi apparatus in a cell?
In which organelle does photosynthesis take place?
What is a function of the endoplasmic reticulum?
Which best describes the function of a ribosome?
What substance do all the organelles float around in?
What is one organelle a plant cell has but an animal cell does not have?
Which organelle stores water, waste, and nutrients?
Which organelle helps with cell division?
Which organelle produces energy for the cell in the form of ATP?
Mosses are an example of what
Trees are an example of
When visible light strikes a green leaf, most of the green light is
The familiar green, fuzzy moss is the
The leaves of ferns are called
The structures in plants where photosynthesis occurs is
Where does the light dependent reaction of photosynthesis occur?
What two things does a plant absorb for the light dependent reaction of photosynthesis?
What does the plant do to the water it absorbs?
What two things does a plant produce from the light dependent reaction of photosynthesis?
What does the plant absorb in the Calvin Cycle or light independent reaction
What does a plant produce from the Calvin Cycle or light independent reaction?
If the template strand of DNA is ACTGATC, the complementary strand would be_____
DNA is a
What part of a nucleotide is a carbohydrate?
What is involved in translation?
What happens during the S phase of the cell cycle?
What connects the nitrogen bases of DNA?
In viruses, the lytic cycle is
Mitosis takes one cell and makes two. How is the new cell's DNA related to the old cell's DNA?
What do the projections on a virus do?
In which phase are chromosomes pulled apart in mitosis?
Here is a RNA strand: ACUAUA. What is the corresponding DNA strand?
Click the word that is a proper noun?
Click the word that is a common noun?
Click the word that is a verb?
Click the word that is a Proper noun?
Click the word that is a common noun?
Click the word that is a verb?
Click the word that is a proper noun?
Click the word that is a common noun?
Click the word that is a verb?
Click the word that is a proper noun?
Click the word that is a common noun?
Click the word that is a verb?
What are groups identified on the basiss of religion, race, language, and national origin?
What are the 3 prominent religions in the Middle East?
Most people who practice Judaism in the Middle East live where?
What was the cause of the split between the Islamic faith?
What branch of Islam do most Persians practice?
Which religion is the minority religion in the Middle East?
Which religion is the majority religion in the Middle East?
What is the oldest monotheistic religion in the Middle East?
Which of the following do both Christians and Jews believe to be true?
Which of the following do both Muslims and Jews believe to be true?
Why did the mass of the closed balloon-bottle system stay the same?
A student has one liter of cotton and one liter of copper pennies. Which statement best compares the masses of the two samples?
Which of the following substances can be separated into several elements?
Sugar is composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Sugar is an example of which of the following?
Which of the following is the smallest form of matter?
When 1 gram of water is evaporated in a sealed container, the volume of the water vapor increases but the mass remains constant. Why?
Which statement is true about Conservation of Mass?
Which of the following equations is balanced?
Which of the following equations is balanced?
How many molecules are in the compound sodium carbonate 3Na2CO3?
How many different atoms are in the compound sodium carbonate (Na2CO3)?
How many different elements are in the compound sodium carbonate (Na2CO3)?
Which of the following is formed when two or more different elements combine chemically?
Which statement best explains what happens to the atoms in gold (Au) when the temperature of the metal is increased?
Which statement best describes what happens to the motion of the water molecules after heat is added?
How does increasing heat energy affect hydrochloric acid (HCl) molecules?
Which of the following substances would keep the same volume but different shape if they were moved from a rectangular container to a round shaped container?
What is the definition of the law of supply?
What is the definition of the law of demand?
Which choice is NOT one of the 3 questions that economics tries to answer?
What is the best description for the term supply?
Who decides the supply that is released into the economy?
Who decides how much of something is bought (demand)?
I have to choose between playing either basketball or volleyball. I am going to play volleyball because I am better at it. Economically speaking what would you call basketball, my second choice?
What is the best description for the term Demand?
Which choice is NOT an example of a good?
How are a producer and a consumer's view points different about buying and selling a product?
Which choice is NOT an example of what competition can cause?
What does the equilibrium point on a supply and demand chart show?
What is a surplus?
What is a shortage?
What is competition?
Which choice does NOT describe specialization?
Which choice is the best example of scarcity?
What is the best example of interdependence?
What is the relationship between molecular motion and temperature?
As thermal energy is added to a substance the space between molecules,
The gases hydrogen and oxygen chemically combine to form a liquid. Describe their properties.
Which is an example of a chemical change?
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The pull of the moon on the ocean causes water to bulge and create
The two factors that determine when tides occur are the rotation of the Earth and the
Why do we notice gravity pull more on liquids than on solids?
On what part of the Earth is the moon’s pull the strongest?
What kind of tide happens on the part of earth’s closest to the moon?
What forms when water is pulled away from between high tides?
What are tides with the largest daily tidal range?
When the sun, earth, and moon form a 90\' angle what type of tide is occuring?
How many days are there between a spring tide and a neap tide?
Tides are caused by
How many high tides are there in a day?
What causes the tides?
At what plate boundary setting is the ocean floor deepest?
The Mid-Atlantic Ridge would stand __________ the abyssal plain
A seamount is _________
Extrusive rocks have fine-grained textures because __________.
How are igneous rocks formed?
Minerals:
Which observation about a rock could lead you to identify it as igneous?
Metamorphic rocks are changed rocks. Which of the following rock types could be the "parent" of a metamorphic rock?
Which is Not an obstacle for studying the ocean floor?
A composition of ocean water is
The continental slope is a rapid steep slope which slopes towards
The techonology that bounces sound waves off the ocean floor to map structures is
The part of the ocean floor where most pressure is exerted is
The shore line is very unstable in that it changes with each coming
Which ocean is between North America and Africa
Approximately what percentage of Earth' water is fresh water
In which steps of the water cycle does water lose energy?
Which of the following processes is Not part of the water cycle?
New seafloor is created at a ____________?
The descent (destruction) of oceanic lithosphere into the mantle is the process of _______?
Which of the following features is not associated with a convergent plate boundary?
With respect to the Earth's land surface, which of the following expressions is correct?
The asthenosphere is _________.
The Andes Mountains of South America are a result of which type of plate boundary?
What is the name of the large supercontinent that existed 200 million years ago when all of the continents were together?
How does water get into the ground?
Soil can hold water because of its __________.
The boundary between the saturated zone and the unsaturated zone is called the______ .
Which of the following may be a valid reason for conducting animal testing in scientific research?
Animal testing may be necessary because
Which is not an example of learned behavior?
Which is an example of this response?
In the stimulus animal video, where the piglet was trying to eat, but was unable to locate his mom. What to stimulus was he using?
What is an example of habituation as a type of learned behavior?
What was an example of trial and error?
What is the smallest piglet called?
What are the 5 steps to stimulus response chain?
What is classical conditioning?
Genes are found on
The passing of traits from parents to offsprings is
DNA
A gene is
An organism\'s phenotype is it\'s
An allele whose trait always shows up in an organism when the allele is present is a
A person who has one recessive and one dominant allele for a trait is called
Most genetic material is found in the cell structure known as the
In sexual reproduction, how much genetic material does the offspring receive from each parent
Organisms with favorable traits reproduce more sucessfully than organisms with less favorable traits. This statement is an example of
My mom is 40 years old.
I am twelve years old.
How old are you?
I have a big familia
My best friend is thirteen years old.
I have a big house.
I have many cousins
He is twenty years old.
Angela and David are 16 years old.
How old is she?
Pizza is the best food!
I am the oldest in my family.
George and Diana are the oldest in the family.
He is the best soccer player of all
Mr. G is the funniest of NPMS.
El Sr. DeVoog is the tallest of NPMS
Alaska is the biggest state of the US
Dunkin Donuts has the best coffee of all
My cousin Xavier is the youngest of the family.
My cat is the slowest of all.
The modern title of the highest ranking municipal (community) officer
The area of land use planning which explores several aspects of built and social environments of municipalities and communities
A professional engineering area that deals with the design and construction of the physical and natural built environment
An urban settlement with a particularly important status which differentiates it from a town.
City, town, or community that was carefully planned from its inception and is typically constructed in a previously undeveloped area
An area with an increased density of human-created structures in comparison to the areas surrounding it
Referred to as "the country”, countryside) settled places outside towns and cities
Also known as a dump; a site for the disposal of waste materials by burial and is the oldest form of waste treatment
The tearing-down of buildings and other structures
An area of land set aside for industrial development
What was the significance of the Lewis and Clark expedition
How did Andrew Jackson respond to domestic issues during his presidency?
What events led Texas to win its independence from Mexico?
What challenges did travelers face on the journey west?
What events led to the Mexican War, and what was its outcome?
Who was General Robert E. Lee?
Who was General Ulysses S. Grant?
What events led to the civil war?
What was the strategy of the Union for winning the war?
What was the strategy of the Confederacy for winning the war?
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Luis and Miguel wanted to help out in their classroom one morning. They put chairs under the table. They watered the plants. They passed out morning work. They sharpened pencils. Now, the room was ready for the day to begin. What is the main idea?
Today was going to be a really fun day at school. It was Dr. Seuss Day and that meant the students could wear tall hats, crazy socks, backward clothes and big white gloves. Sam could hardly wait for the day to begin. What is the main idea?
Earth Day projects were to be brought into school. Projects were to be made from materials that had been thrown away. None of the materials could be purchased. Students used their imaginations to create recycled projects. What is the main idea?
PE was the best part of the day. The real truth was we got to play games. We got to be on teams. We got to play outside. We were moving, laughing, yelling and running. It was a great class!
Riding the bus is more fun if you can sit in the last seat. It's a smaller seat and you only have to share with one person. The last seat bounces up and down over bumps. It has a large window so you can see the cars below. What is the main idea?
Our state has a test you have to pass to go the the next grade. We work hard all year to get ready for it. Everyone worries about passing. Some a little. Some a lot. We get scores back. We did it! We passed! What is the main idea?
My friends are making fun of the new kid at school. They say he wears funny clothes and talks weird. They laugh at him. He looks sad. I don't bother him but I want my friends to like me. So I don't say anything. Isn't that ok? What's the main idea?
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Iraq invaded Kuwait because of....
What country helped Kuwait when they were invaded?
Who was the leader of Iraq?
Who is Al -Queda?
Who was responsible for 9/11 attacks?
President in charge on U.S. during 9/11?
George W. Bush invaded Iraq because
The war with Iraq where the U.S. helped Kuwait was called
WMDs are
U.S. went into Afghanistan to ....
Operation Iraqi Freedom was
Who was known for supporting expansionism in the Pacific?
Who was known for supporting expansionism in the Pacific?
The explosion of the USS Maine was significant because it....
Which represents the stance of wealthy powerful men like Sanford Dole regarding the US acquisition of Hawaii?
Which of the following describes a referendum?
Which amendment allowed the federal government to tax incomes?
A tax on goods sold by other countries to Americans is called a .....
Directly after World War I, the US Senate was afraid that entry into which organization would threaten US independence?
Which word describes American interest in expanding markets and adding territories?
The Zimmermann Telegram, the sinking of the Lusitiania, and unrestricted submarine warfare all led to....
What was the direct cause of World War I?
A doctor explains that drinking two glasses of milk in the morning will give students more energy. Which of the following could be used to analyze, evaluate and critique this scientific explanation?
In science, we often gather information with our senses by watching, listening, smelling, and touching. For example, you may record how the color of a flower changes. What is this process called?
Which of the following is an experiment in which a person can control a variable?
Suppose that a scientist suggests that the size of an insect population depends on the temperature. What observational testing could you use to analyze, evaluate, and critique this explanation?
Scientists are not the only ones who gather information. For example, historians gather information to describe what has happened in the past. However, scientists gather information differently than others. Which way of gathering information do only
Kyle is wondering what he is getting for his birthday. He decides to shake the box that contains his present. Kyle did not realize it, but he was acting like a scientist. What was the first step Kyle took in this situation that a scientist also takes
Scientists communicate valid conclusions in written form. Why is it important for scientists to do this?
Mr. Bryant wants his class to observe and measure baby mice and record the data in their science notebooks. One student’s notebook looks like this: A data table with the headings Mass (g), Length (mm), Color, and Activity level. Ask your tea
Each measuring tool is designed to measure a specific property of an object or material. Which of these tools can be used to measure the volume of a material?
Which of the following is always an important part of an experiment?
Which of the following is NOT a reason why Europeans explored?
What did the Treaty of Versailles do to Germany?
What other era is the Industrial Revolution MOST connected to?
Why was Prince Henry famous?
hich is NOT a reason why countries competed for territories in Africa, Asia, and the Americas?
What event came first on the timeline?
Which of the following is NOT a cause or reason for World War I?
Whose death was the spark of World War I?
Imperialism, colony, natural resources, and empire are words connected to what time period?
What is the symbol of German reunification?
Which of the following led to the Nazi Party rising to power in Germany?
Which of the following is NOT true about the Holocaust?
When did tanks, submarines, and machine guns begin to be used?
What happened because German voters were bitter about the economy?
Why did the East Germans build the Berlin Wall?
A person that lost all of their life savings most likely was living during what time period?
Why was the Russian Revolution fought?
What did Portugal, England, Spain, and France have in common that made exploration easier?
What period of time led to the Cold War?
Which of the following is a complementary base pair?
DNA stands for...
DNA is made up of repeating monomers called...
The double helix is held together by _____________ that exist between the complementary bases.
Which of the following correctly describes the structure of DNA?
Which of the following is NOT a part of a nucleotide of DNA?
What is the function of DNA within a cell?
DNA affects the organism's traits by....
The genetic code of DNA is based on...
The differences in base order make the DNA of one organism different from the DNA of another organism.
What kind of organism is ALWAYS a producer in a food chain?
Which of the following organisms is Abiotic?
What does it mean if an organism is Abiotic?
What does it mean if an organism is Biotic?
What does it mean if an organism is a producer?
What does it mean if an organism is an herbivore?
What does it mean if an organism is a consumer?
What is the organism called that eats the producer in a food chain? Or, the first orgaism to eat?
Regeneration means:
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Was the Union the North or the South?
Was the Confederacy the North or the South?
Who was the president during the Civil War?
What was the South fighting for in the Civil War?
What was the North fighting for in the Civil War?
What led to the war of 1812 and what was the outcome?
Compromise of 1850
Republican Party
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Dred Scott decision
Compromise of 1850
Republican Party
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Dred Scott decision
Confederate States of America
Battle of Antietam
Emancipation Proclamation
Battle of Gettysburg
Gettysburg Address
Appomattox Courthouse
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