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I fall asleep
When do you wake up?
Papá se pone la ropa
Mamá y yo nos acostamos tarde
Ustedes se visten
Tú te preparas
Él se ducha
Nos levantamos
Ellas se visten
They go to sleep
I put on makeup
I get dressed
They get undressed
When do you fall asleep?
Mis padres ____ de México.
¿_____ tú dónde está la parada de autobuses?
Ella ____ a todos los estudiantes.
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Which type of organism can obtain energy directly from any of the other organisms in an ecosystem?
The carrying capacity for herbivores in a habitat is most directly affected by the availability of
One advantage of biodiversity in an ecosystem is that it
Abiotic factors that affect the growth of grass in a lawn include
In 1960, an invasive species of fish was introduced into the stable ecosystem of a river. Since then, the population of a native fish species has declined. This is an example of an
In an energy pyramid, the energy for use by organisms in first trophic level originally comes from
Which human activity would most likely deplete finite resources?
The increasing demands for fossil fuels has led government to consider several possibilities to solve the energy crisis. Which solution will reduce the impact of this crisis?
An organism that gets their food from other sources is called a(n)
Which organism is considered a producer?
Della sold her hair to buy Jim a watch chain, who sold his watch to buy hair combs for Della.
If it doesn\'t stop raining soon, we may have to build an ark.
The ice cubes clinked when she picked up her glass.
The less you have, the more free you are.
He uses so much hair gel that he weighs 20 pounds more when he\'s done.
If you throw a cat out of a car, does it become kitty litter?
I need to speak with her, so I will give her a jingle tonight.
I have run into that table three times. It must be out to get me.
His spiked hair is a cactus.
That shirt is pretty ugly.
Follow the old road to San Diego.
She sat there like a bump on a pickle.
He may be at the top of his class, but he's no Einstein.
Mickey Mouse made a mud pie.
I want the truth straight from the horse's mouth.
If you travel back in time, can you watch yourself being born?
"Achoo," she said when she sneezed.
The president of the animal rights group was wearing a leather jacket.
Did you take a bath in that perfume?
He is so old that he hunted mastadons with the cavemen.
Allows you to organize and display informaiton visually so it can be viewed by a group of people.
Each page is called a ...
A series of dialog boxes that guides you through a step-by-step procedure.
Provides the steps for creating a presentation.
A preformatted version of a certain type of document.
Displays a presentation's text in an outline
Splits the screen to show a Slide view and an Outline View
Displays all of the slides in a presentation
Uses part of the screen to display a slide.
The primary on-screen method of previewing and displaying slides during a presentation
a person of prominence
the critic's acclaim
to have priority in something
her affected manner
perennial youth
an affirmation of love
influential citizens
to circumscribe one's actions
incalculable dangers
to clamber over the rocks
Food Chain
Food Web
Energy Pyramid
How much energy is passed in a Food Web
Law of Conservation of Matter
The main purpose of anti-trust legislation is to
An important job of the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) is to
What is the name of the federal agency that sets rules to reduce pollution created by businesses?
Public goods and services are provided by
What are the two main sources of money that the government uses to pay for public goods and services?
The tax collected on the sale of items in a store is called a ___ tax.
The tax collected on homes, land, and buildings is called a ___ tax.
The tax collected on one's earnings from a job is called a ___ tax.
The tax collected on automobiles, boats, etc. is called a ___ tax.
A tax increase tends to ___ the overall economy by reducing the amount of money available for spending.
An increase in government spending often _____ the overall economy temporarily by increasing employment and production
An increase in government spending will most likely result in a(n) ____ in taxes sooner or later.
The Federal Reserve (Fed) is the ____ bank of the U.S.
What is the discount rate?
What does the reserve requirement require banks to do?
If the Fed increases the reserve requirement, what would be the impact on the nation's money supply?
If the Fed purchases government securities (bonds) in large quantities, what would be the impact on the nation's money supply?
If the Fed wants to slow down the economy, what would it most likely do?
Government agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration are designed mainly to
If a consumer is injured by a product sold by a business, does the law allow the consumer to sue the business in court?
Thousands of genetically identical trees have been discovered growing in a remote, undis- turbed mountain area in Colorado. These trees are most likely the result of
Which structures are not involved in asexual reproduction?
During mitosis, a double-stranded chromosome is attached to a spindle fiber at the
By which process are two daughter nuclei formed that are identical to each other and to the original nucleus?
Which type of asexual reproduction is characterized by the uneven division of cytoplasm?
______ is an asexual process by which new plant
During which state of mitosis are the chromosomes pulled apart?
Bread mold, a type of fungi, spreads quickly by releasing tiny spores which sprout into a new organism. This type of asexual reproduction is known as
During which phase of mitosis are the DNA molecules replicated?
If the limb of a starfish is cut off, it has the ability to regrow a new limb. In addition, the limb that was cut off can also grow into a new organism. This is an example of
What is the biome that gets the most amount of rain?
Which biome is the coldest?
This biome is known for it different types of evergreen trees?
Which animal lives in the grasslands?
Where is the hottest place on the earth?
How have some plants adapted to living in the desert?
Which biome has a variety of weather?
This biome averages 77 degrees
This animal is famous for living in the Tundra
What is permafrost?
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A ballon expands as it becomes warmer
A soda bubbles and foams when you open it.
Developing a photograph
A substance changes color-think coloring hair
Shooting off fireworks
Breaking a glass
Is this an element or a compound? C6H12O6
Is this a molecule or a compound? H2O
Is this an element or a molecule? He
How many atoms does Hydrogen have? C6H12O6
How many atoms does Oxygen have? CO2
Calcium has an atomic number of 20, with a mass of 40.078. What is the proton count for Calcium
Calcium has an atomic number of 20, with a mass of 40.078. How many neutrons does Calcium have?
Calcium has an atomic number of 20, with a mass of 40.078. What period is Calcium in on the periodic table?
Calcium has an atomic number of 20, with a mass of 40.078. What group is Calcium in?
Luster is a property that describes the shininess of a metal.
A pot has a copper bottom to better transfer heat to the food being cooked. Which property of metals is being used?
If a metal is malleable, it can not be rolled into thin sheets, or bent into complex shapes.
What is the formula for calculating density
A chemical change must have which of the following results?
What is it called when matter changes from one state to another
You can hold on to me, I keep my shape, my particles are packed tight
Solid, liquid, gas, and plasma are all
Amount of space something occupies or contains is
Mass, volume, texture, color, and more are all this
what is matter?
When sandpaper smooths wood what kind of change is it?
What is a chemical proper of matter?
Why is air matter?
If we need to find the volume of an odd shaped object we....
When the textbook uses dates like 3500 B.C.E.. What does B.C.E. mean?
We are in the year 2015. The year can also be written as...
Which two are the same?
How many years in a decade?
How many years in a century?
What is an epoch?
Does what happens in earlier years effect later civilizations?
Which is an example of primary source?
Which of the following is NOT a primary source?
When analyzing secondary sources like the television news, you must look for possible ________.
When newspapers and news shows tell you about presidential candidates by giving you both points of view without bias, that is an example of good secondary source information.
What are some of things we need to have for a food surplus (extra food)?
Which is an example of humans creating an invention due to a lack of a resource?
What allowed people to finally have enough time to sit down and think of new inventions that made mankind more advanced?
Every invention was created because all people did not have to farm. Specialized jobs were able to be created because of
What was the nickname for the 'Captains of Industry' that ran the major businesses in America during the Gilded Age?
Which describes the philosophy that government should not interfere with business, also called a 'hands-off' approach?
Which describes the act of giving money or helping the poor?
Which philosophy believes that people should have to work their way up the economic ladder without help, and that those who deserve to succeed will?
During the Gilded Age, what was the name for the powerful groups that were able to take over city government through corruption, bribery, and providing benefits to certain groups of people?
Which of the following was NOT something that political machines did to get elected?
A group of workers formed to improve working conditions and wages is called a ....
What is it called when one business owns or controls all of a market?
During the Gilded Age, America was undergoing a trend of workers and people moving from working on farms, to working in factories. This is called.....
The poor working conditions in factories led to a rise in....
One of the most effective tools of the labor unions is requiring their members to not go to work. This is called a....
Many settlers on the Great Plains had to build houses out of dirt or rock. Which of the answers below provides the best explanation for this given what you know about their environmental conditions?
Which of the following was NOT a working condition during the Gilded Age?
Which of the following is a group of people who were anti-immigrant?
What was the name of Andrew Carnegies book that argued the rich should give their money to help the poor (philanthropy)?
Which of the following is NOT a name for the type of economy where goods are freely bought and sold by all with little restriction?
The Bessemer Process made which industries production easier and more efficient?
Which of the following is another name for a monopoly?
Many political bosses relied on which system of providing jobs to those who helped get you elected?
Which of the following describes someone who takes risks to start a business and make a profit?
Settling a group of people into a new place is called __________________.
Gaining territories through military force to extend a country is called _______.
What is it when a colony is ruled by soldiers and by force through submission?
What is it called when the colony is ruled by local government but the local governments are controlled by another country?
What is to divide an area in smaller segments?
What are boundaries made on a map without the consideration of ethnic groups?
What is it called when one cultural group is absorbed into another?
What was the meeting where several countries divided Africa into colonies?
What is to gain or accomplish?
What is to manage or direct something?
What is pride in one's country?
What is the legal sparation of races in South Africa?
Whao was the prisident of South Africa who helped end apartheid?
Who helped end apartheid and becam South Africa's first black president?
What is a person or group who make the rules and laws for a country?
what type of government system has one leader holding complete power?
The type of government where control rest with a small group of people is called ___?
The type of government where the people of the country hold the power is called a _____.
What is the democratic form of government where the leader is elected separate from the legistature?
What is the form of democractic where the leader is elected by the legislature?
What was the name of the third party created in the late 19th century by miners, workers and farmers to enact reform?
One of the advantages of oil companies over farmers was that they paid less to use the railroads. Which law helped fix this?
How do major political parties usually respond to popular third parties?
Which law gave government the power to dissolve monopolies and increase competition in the marketplace?
Which of the following Constitutional amendments allowed the federal government to levy an income tax?
Which of the following is NOT an example of direct democracy?
People that work in government are called the civil service. Which law reformed the civil service by encouraging employment based on merit?
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No money, no worries. You can use this to make all purchases you can not afford.
consumer goods
If you want to go back in time to World War I be sure to pick the winning side.
The Germans, Ottomans, and Austrians are what made up this losing side during World War I.
The government says you can't deny me this job for that reason.
Don't let them hold on to those lands they took from you. Declare war and take back what is rightfully yours!!!!
Why is plastic one of the most dangerous forms of trash?
What will happen to planet Earth if we continue consuming and using non-renewable resources?
What is the North Pacific Gyre and why are scientists studying it more?
Why do some countries produce more garbage than others?
What can we do to reduce the amount of garbage we produce/products we consume?
When we are cold we can balance our body temperature by
When we are too hot we can balance our body temperature by
The balance that all living things have to maintain is called
Molecules are
The doors of a school are like
diffusion is when particles
When water diffuses into and out of your cells it is called
Your body is made up mostly of
Active Transport
When a raisin is put in a cup of water
Which direction do low pressure centers move across the united states?
The air around a High Pressure center moves
As air temperature decreases, its density
As altitude increases, air pressure
When talking about an air mass, a lower case m refers to
When talking about an air mass, a capital P stands for
Pressure moves from areas of
Which of the following is not a greenhouse gas
In New York State, dry, cool air masses (cP) often interact with moist, warm air masses (mT). Which statement correctly matches each air mass with its usual geographic source region
The temperature at a certain location rises 15 degrees and the humidity goes down, what type of air mass has moved into the area?
Fronts on a weather map are best described as
High pressure is associated with this temperature
The air around a Low Pressure center moves
An air mass formed over the southern pacific ocean would be
Compared to low pressure air, high pressure air is
Low pressure is associated with this type of weather
A mT air mass has these properties
a cT air mass has these properties
Which of the following contains the moist amount of moisture?
What is the most likely location to form a mT air mass
The movement of an air mass over Earth’s surface causes
Low Pressure is associated with this temperature
An air mass formed over northern Canada would be
The boundary between two air masses is known as
High pressure is associated with what type of weather
A cP air mass would have these characteristics
What type of air mass is associated with cool dry air?
What type of air mass is associated with warm moist air
What type of pressure is associated with high density?
What type of pressure is associated with low temperatures
When an airmass from the gulf of mexico travels to New York State, the conditions will become
As temperature increases, pressure
As air temperature increases, its density
An air mass formed over Mexico is
An air mass formed over the northern pacific ocean is
An air mass formed over Alaska would be
When talking about an air mass, the T stands for
Compared to a cP air mass, a mT air mass is
The temperature at a location drops 10 degrees and the humidity rises, what type of air mass has recently moved into the area
What layer of the atmosphere is pressure the greatest?
At depths greater than 16 km below the Earth's surface, the pressure can be more than 40,000 times greater than the pressure of the atmosphere. This can cause ___.
Which process deep within Earth do scientists suggest causes plate movement on Earth's surface?
An extrusive igneous rock is most likely to form when ___.
An earthquake occurs when the tectonic plates below Earth's surface suddenly shift. These shifts of the tectonic place are caused by ___.
Which factor has the greatest influence on the weathering rate of Earth's surface?
An igneous rock with a coarse-grained texture forms when
A type of rock that forms deep within the Earth when magma solidifies is called
A type of rock that forms under high temperature and pressure but is not exposed to enough heat to melt the rock is
After they are deposited, sediments, such as sand, are turned into sedimentary rock when they are compacted and
Bob started out as ___.
The source document for a cash receipt transaction is a:
Recording business transactions in a journal is called:
A form on which a brief message is written describing a journal entry is called a/an:
An account recorded in the left account column of the general journal is called a/an:
A book or file containing a seperate page for each business account is called a/an:
In the transaction, PAID CASH FOR RENT, the source document is a/an:
In the transaction, PAID CASH FOR UTILITIES EXPENS, the source document is a/an:
A business paper from which information is obtained for a journal entry is called a/an:
The system of recording debit and credit parts of a transaction is known as:
In the transaction, PAID CASH TO THE OWNER FOR PERSONAL USE, the source document is a/an:
The system of recording debit and credit parts of a transaction is know as
In the transation, PAID CASH ON ACCOUNT TO JONES SUPPLY FOR $1000, you should
In the transaction, RECEIVED CASH FROM THE OWNER AS AN INVESTMENT, the source document is a/an
On a balance sheet, the words \\\\
Jack jones, capital should be entered on what section of a balance sheet?
In the transaction, RECIEVED A CHECK FOR $2500 FOR LEGAL FEES, you should:
In the transaction, PAID CASH FOR AN OFFICE DESK,$250, you should:
On a balance sheet, the name of a business is written on which line of the heading?
The accounting equation is BEST stated as:
Cash should be entered on what section of a balance sheet?
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Which two Georgians signed the U.S. Constitution from Georgia?
Where was the Constitutional Convention held?
Which branch of government had the most power in GEORGIA's Constitution of 1777?
What was created at the United States Constitutional Convention of 1787?
What compromise dealt with slavery (that Georgia supported)?
Who is the head of GEORGIA's executive branch?
What is an addition or change to the Constitution?
What is the name of the first 10 amendments to the Constitution?
What role did Baldwin play at the Constitutional Convention?
Hello 23 X 23
25 X 25
30 X 20
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42 X 30
5 X 5
5 X 50
9 X 8
90 X 70
3 x 6 =
6 x 7 =
8 x 8 =
11 x 11 =
7 x 8 =
7 x 7 =
8 x 6 =
9 x 6 =
9 x 12 =
12 x 11 =
8 x 9 =
7 x 4 =
7 x 9 =
8 x 12 =
8 x 3 =
12 x 7 =
Which describes the policies of a country related to other countries?
Who is the most powerful figure in dictating American foreign policy?
What year was the Spanish-American War?
Which means to have strong pride in your country?
Which means to believe your country is superior to other countries?
Which describes another word for spending?
Which of the following happened to Hawaii after the Spanish-American War?
Why is the USS Maine significant?
The USS Oregon and the Spanish-American War helped lead to the creation of the....
Who said 'walk softly but carry a big stick' ?
Ships, submarines and other maritime vessels make up the United States .....
Which of the following countries was not ceded to America by Spain after the Spanish-American War?
Which refers to articles written without facts that sought to sensationalize current events?
Which describes the deadliest weapon in World War I that led to trench warfare?
Which was created to get past trenches and machine gun fire in World War I?
The US military got bigger during WW I because of the...
What is the name for a piece of paper saying you have lent the government money?
Which of the following was a Medal of Honor winner who killed over 30 Germans and imprisoned over 100 more in the Battle of Argonne?
Which of the following is the name of the main battle that America was involved in that ended WWI?
Who was the leader of the Allied Expeditionary Forces in WW I?
Which of the following describes the Zimmerman telegram?
Which of the following is a British passenge ship that a German submarine sank, helping lead to the U.S. entering World War I?
The Espionage Act made criticism of the American government illegal. Which of these is a consequnce?
Which describes a philosophy of not being involved in other countries affairs?
Which Constitutional amendment establishes the Freedom of Speech?
Which weapon did Germany use effectively with no restrictions to cut into the British naval supply line?
Which word means to pass a treaty or amendment?
Which describes the organization that Woodrow WIlson proposed in his Fourteen Points speech that would have brought together the leaders of many different countries to negotiate?
Which describes the belief that your country is superior to other countries?
Which describes a countries policies related to what's going on inside the country?
Which of the following positions did America take on World War I from 1914-1917?
Which weapon was created to stop tanks in World War I?
Which of the following was the peace treaty signed at the end of World War I?
Hieroglyphics was the writing system for which civilization?
How would you describe religion in early Mesopotamia and Egypt?
Who is the founder of Judaism?
Why did people settle in Mesopotamia and Egypt?
The Torah is the holy book for which religion?
Why did people stop living nomadic lifestyles?
Which characteristic represents the Stone Age?
What did early civilizations due to adapt to a lack of rainfall?
Mesopotamia was known for the 1st writing system knows as...
Which civilization is credited to adapting our writing system today?
What was the 1st monotheistic religion?
This king created a harsh code of laws
How did the discovery of the calendar benefit the Egyptians when predicting when the Nile River would flood?
One benefit of a food surplus would be...
The domestication of animals affected life by
Early people began to irrigate and farm once their civilizations established...
Why did prehistoric people migrate from East Africa?
This discovery was so important to the Egyptians because it ensured a place for the pharaoh in the after-life?
This contribution decoded Egyptian hieroglyphics?
Which are examples of settling near a river?
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A neutron carries a(n)
A glass rod is rubbed with a piece of silk. During the process, the glass rod
Atoms are composed of
Choose the statement that is FALSE.
Like charges objects will exhibit
Choose the statement that is FALSE.
Induction can cause polarization.
During conduction,
A conductor differs from an insulator in that a conductor
During a physics lab, a plastic strip was rubbed with cotton & became positively charged because
A 'ground' is simply a
Two neutral conducting cans are touching. A (-) charged balloon is brought near Can X. As the balloon approaches, there is a movement of electrons between the balloon and Can X.
Charging by conduction involves
Coulomb's Law takes into account:
The Q in Coulomb's law equation stands for the
The r in Coulomb's law equation stands for the
19. An originally neutral electroscope is grounded briefly while a positively charged glass rod is held near it. After the glass rod is removed, the electroscope
An atom has more electrons than protons. The atom is
How can a negatively charged rod charge an electroscop positively?
16. An electron and a proton are separated by a distance of 1.0 m. What happens to the magnitude of the force on the f1st electron if a 2nd electron is placed next to the proton?
Which city gave Russia a window to the west?
Which of the following was not a reform of Peter the Great?
The Thirty Years War started as a local conflict between
Which of the following kings was executed after the English Civil War?
The English Civil War was fought between
In the English Civil War, the Roundheads were supporters of
What type of government was established in England after the Glorious Revolution?
In 1648, the Peace of Westphalia
Which document, signed by William and Mary, limited the power of the English monarch?
One effect of the Thirty Years War resulted in
Group members working working together despite different academic abilities
Students following a prescribed process that promotes accountability and limits off task behavior
Each student on the team becomes an expert by working with members from other teams with the same topic.
This type of cooperative learning promotes planning, investigating, and reporting.
This method of teaching is appropriate for teaching very well defined objectives
Students working in small groups to help each other learn academic material
Groups choose subtopics from a unit, break subtopics into individual tasks, and prepare group reports.
This type of cooperative learning is used in social studies and other subjects where learning from text is important
What is Cooperative Learning?
What is Think-pair-share?
Which statement best describes a result of the English Civil War?
The Thirty Years War was originally a conflict between which two groups?
The adoption of European and American ideas, customs, and technologies into ones' own culture is known as
In England, the Puritans wanted to purify the Anglican church of _______________ practices.
In a(n) ___________________ monarchy, a king or queen's power is defined and limited by law
The Restoration refers to the period of English history when
When Peter the Great inherited Russia, it was
Supporters of the King during the English Civil War were called
Peter the Great ruled
Why was the Glorious Revolution considered glorious?
Memphis has become a major transporation center in today's global economy. This allows goods to easily be shipped into and out of Tennessee. As a result
What is the major differnece between the economic markets of colonial times compared to our economic markets today?
Why was the Articles of Confederation, the first written plan of government written in 1781, considered too weak to run our nation?
How does having a separate judicial branch of government help to balance the power in government?
Before a law is enacted, the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the President must agree to it. This is called ____________________
Based on the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution, what choice is not one of the three basic purposes of our government?
In the Preamble to the Constitution, how does the principle,
The Preamble to the U.S. Constitution describes the basic funtions of the federal government. One of these is ensuring domestic tranquility. Why is domestic tranquality important
Which is not an example of being actively involved in national politics?
According ot the U.S. Constitution, which of the following is an example of a responsibility in today's society?
We can't go to the park today __________ it is raining
Sam and Lisa are writing a paper on chronic illnesses; ___________ they went to the hospital to volunteer over the weekend.
Jane will stay home Saturday morning____________ she wants to work on her PowerPoint project.
________ I am going swimming with my family, I can't go to the play with you on Saturday.
I am going home at lunch ____________I forgot my brief case this morning.
Tami can't eat peanut butter, ______________ she is allergic to it.
I work hard; __________ I can succeed
Lisa and I love to watch movies. ________________, we go to the public library every two or three weeks.
__________ Jan and I cook dinner and wash the dishes, Mom will have more time to help Tom with his homework.
___________ a freeze warning was given for South Carolina, peach farmers put tarps on their trees.
The process of making sugar is called:
The opening underneath a leaf is called :
The job of a leaf is to:
The part of a plant that carries water between roots and leaves is the:
The role of a root is to:
Which vegetable is a taproot?
The female part of the plant is the:
A bee carries what from flower to flower?
The outside covering of a seed is called:
An annual plant produces every:
Which is a liquid fossil fuel?
Fuels that were formed many years ago from decayed plants and animals.
Which word means using less energy?
What is the source of almost all the energy on Earth?
Which is a soild fossil fuel?
What do we call energy from the sun?
What is nonrenewable energy?
What comes from trees and can be used as fuel?
Fossil fuels are -
What can be produced (made) by burning coal, gas, or oil or by using wind, water, or sunlight?
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The eagle is a symbol of?
SAE stands for
Which is NOT a primary SAE category
Who wrote the FFA Creed
clar; clin/cline
has the roots that mean clear
has the roots that mean shut
has the root that means know
has the root that means common
You could say the major reason that the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution was to:
How did many Americans react to Shays’ Rebellion?
Why were compromises on slavery included in the Constitution?
The founding fathers included the concepts of federalism, checks and balances, and separation of powers in the Constitution because they
One of the reasons Anti-Federalists opposed accepting the United States Constitution was because they feared it would
Power is shared between the federal and state governments. This is called:
“... whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government.”
No person deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law
How did the Three-Fifths Compromise benefit southern states?
Which state's constitution included the first bill of rights?
The Articles of Confederation
The FIrst Amendment in the Bill of Rights
Why did three of the delegates of the convention refuse to sign the Constitution?
Which of the following was a right that was granted to Congress by the Articles of Confederation?
The original goal of the Constitutional Convention in 1787 was to
According to the Great Compromise,
The Northwest Ordinance of 1787
What was the purpose of the Federalist Papers?
A territory could ask Congress to be admitted as a new state
What is the word for belief in more than one God
What were the Hebrews
Where did most early civilizations begin
What contribution did Phoenicians give us?
What dye were the Phoenicians famous for trading?
What navigation did the Phoenicians use first
Who were Hebrew Patriarchs
Why did Egyptians mummify the dead
What two religions came from Judaism?
What was Canaan called by God when he made a covenant with Abraham
The process in which the nucleus divides to form two identical nuclei.
Double-stranded helix (coils) of genetic material.
Every living organism contains the _________ that makes up genetic material.
The general term given to a part of the cell cycle.
Identical to the parent cell.
The cell that divides to give rise to daughter cells.
The chemical code that is stored in hereditary material.
A gelatin-like material that contains hereditary material and is location of most of a cell's life processes.
A cell without membrane-bound structures are _______.
Cells that contain membrane-bound structures are called ________.
What document is a list of items to be discussed or acted upon, prepared before meetings, events, and conferences.
What document is used to describe the discussion, decisions, an actions that occurred during a business meeting?
What type of document is a multi-page document that usually contains several subtopics of information related to one main topic?
What document is used to accompany a report, document, or manuscript to list the topics and subtopics in the order in which they occur?
A marketing research report that summarizes the supply and demand statistics of a new product is a:
What type of document should Sylvia use to list the major sections of the technical manual in the order of their occurrence?
Which document is prepared to summarize the items discussed at a meeting of the Kraft Foods Board of Directors?
Which document is used by a scientist to present findings to a medical board?
Sharon is preparing a list of topics that will be discussed at the upcoming meeting of all service technicians. What document format will she use?
As Spence plans a document about formatting procedures for the office staff, he decides that it will be a rather lengthy document with a separate section for each topic. What document format will he use?
The Declaration of Independence called for ____________________ if government was to be found corrupt.
As a result of Shay's Rebellion, _____________________ wanted the Articles of Confederation revised.
_________________ was the first state to have a bill of rights.
The Articles of Confederation did not create a _______________ national government.
Articles of Confederation allowed for a declaration of _________________.
The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 provided a new way to admit new ______________into the Union.
A territory could ask Congress to be admitted as a new state when it had a population of__________________ free settlers.
In forming their new governments, most of the 13 states wrote _____________________.
The _______________________ was the first self-governing document in America.
The first capital in the United States was located in ___________________.
The plan of government for the Articles of Confederation showed that Americans __________________ a strong national government.
(1, 5) (2, 8)
(-8, 6) (-19, 6)
(-10, -5) ( 4, -7)
(-7, 20) (1, 2)
(-15, 1) (1, -1)
(6, -9) (-8, 19)
(-2, 17) (-12, -18)
(0, 3) (-1, 9)
(4, 10) (16, 13)
(-10, -1) (-18, 6)
The sum of 2 and 9 is
The product of 8 and 4 is
The difference between 100 and 200 is
The product of 10 and 10 is
.5 is equal to which fraction?
.8 is equal to which fraction?
7/10 (7 tenths) is equal to which percentage
8 squared is equal to
The square root of 121 is
37,000,000,000 is equal to 3.7 x 10 to the ________ power.
What was wrong with the Articles of Confederation?
Why was Georgia's 1777 constitution revised?
What does bi-cameral mean?
What was the name of the first constitution of the United States?
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Holding reserve deposits for its member banks is an example of which role/responsibility of the Federal Reserve?
The automated clearing house (ACH) uses which technology?
Juanita keeps a balance over $1,500 in her checking account. She is interested in a credit/debit card and would like to earn interest on her account. What type of checking account
Manuel only writes a few checks each month, and only maintains a balance of $300. What type of checking account would be best for Manuel?
Andrea just got paid for his part-time job. He owes his landlady money. Which endorsement could he use on his paycheck to let the landlady cash the check to pay his debt?
In a reconciled bank statement, any deposits that were made too late to appear on the bank statement should be:
Anyone may cash a check that has which endorsement?
The amount of a check recorded in the register should be:
To make a withdrawal from a savings account, prepare a/an:
Zack has endorsed a check by writing “For deposit only” above his signature. This is a
Different forms of a gene are called
If a homozygous tall pea plant and a homozygous short pea plant are crossed,
A Punnett square is used to determine the
Organisms that have two identical alleles for a particular trait are said to be
The physical characteristics of an organism are its
Meiosis takes _______ set(s) of chromosomes and puts ______ set(s) in each gamete.
What stage of meiosis has homologous pairs of chromosomes lined up on the cells equator?
Unlike mitosis, meiosis in male mammals results in formation of
To maintain the chromosome number of an organism, the gametes must
Crossing over
Which is the solid form of water?
Water in the form of gas is called?
What provides the heat or energy for the water cycle?
What is NOT a step in the water cycle?
Most of the water on earth is?
Without water, all living things will do this?
Water can be found in this many forms?
The energy that drives the water cycle comes from?
What is NOT a form of water?
Where do most commumities get their water from?
What did the soothsayer\\\\\\\'s message to Caesar mean?
What was Cassius\\\\\\\' plan to sway Brutus to his side?
What did Cassius say would happen if Caesar became king?
What were the common people celebrating in the opening scene?
Why was Calphurnia to stand in Antony\'s way when he raced?
Which of the following is NOT a fault Cassius found with Caesar?
What did Flavius fear at the end of the first scene?
How many times was Caesar offered the crown?
What did Cassius think of the omens that Casca saw?
Which of the following people thought Caesar would be a good king?
How are Brutus and Cassius related?
Who was to deliver the letter that Cassius wrote to Brutus in Act I scene I?
What reason did Cassius give for wanting to kill Antony as well as Caesar?
Why doesn't Brutus want to swear an oath on the resolution to kill Caesar?
What was the result of the sacrifice that the priests performed at Caesar's request?
How did Portia know that Brutus' sickness was of the mind and not the body?
Cassius wanted to kill what other person along with Caesar?
What reason did Portia give that she should be able to hear Brutus' secret?
How did Decius convince Caesar to go to the senate?
Why did Caesar decide not to go to the senate at first?
Identify the city in North Carolina that is known as the furniture capital
The ________ amendment granted women the right to vote.
Which of the below statements best explains how mills and factories affected rural and urban populations in NC?
The major factor in the growth of North Carolina's industries was:
The purpose of the Sherman Anti-trust Act was to bring an end to:
How did President Woodrow Wilson's declaration of war affect North Carolina?
Which two events best explain the reason for the increase of women in the workforce between 1900 and 1920.
How did progressive era muckrakers influence reforms in America during the early 1900's?
Which event was the final spark that caused Austria to declare war on Serbia to start World War I
Which event led the German Kaiser Wilhelm to surrender in World War I?
Who was going to try to see Caesar on the way to the senate to warn him of inended harm?
Who wrote the letter trying to warn Caesar about what was going to happen to him?
Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like bananas. This is an example of
My heart is a heavy stone is an example of
What disease did Caesar suffer from in the play?
The main character in fiction or a drama is the
Your ears are so dirty that I could grow potatoes in them is an example of
The use of thunder, llightning and strange omens to give clues of things to come is an example of
Cough up the money you owe me is an example of
The computer gave me a dirty look is an example of
In Excel, the buttons that display to the left of the sheet tabs that enable you to move to the first, previous, next, or last worksheet in a workbook.
In Excel, an action that returns a merged cell back into individual cells.
In Excel, the gray vertical bar just left of the horizontal scroll bar that you can drag to the right to view hidden sheet tabs.
A reference to a cell in another Excel worksheet within a workbook that includes the sheet name as part of the reference.
A specially formatted text or graphic that, when clicked, connects you to another location (usually a Web page or Web site).
In Excel, an action that combines selected cells into a single cell.
What must you use to separate the sheet name from the cell name when using a 3-D cell reference.
When you point to a hyperlink, the pointer changes to a what?
In an Excel workbook, you can insert a hyperlink that enables you to quickly _________ to another workbook, an Office file, an e-mail address, or an internet or intranet site.
Excel enables you to use ____________ worksheets within a single workbook to store related information.
What is a tesselation?
Complementary angles add up to __________ degrees.
These are two lines that never meet
This is a quadrilateral with four equal sides and four equal angles
This is an eight sided polygon.
This is defined by vertical change (rise) divided by horizontal change (run)
This is a polygon with sides that are all equal
This means to be of the same size and shape
This flips the figure across a line to create a mirror image
To move a figure around a central point is called a(n)
Ancient Greece is surrounded by
The act of giving or doing something is a
Which building in ancient Greece has columns as part of the architecture
What is the word that means old?
One way the ancient Greeks adapted to thier environment was _______.
Which of the following was a PHYSICAL characteristic of ancient Greece?
Which of the following is NOT a contribution of ancient Greece?
The word characteristic means
The human characteristics of ancient Greece were
What sporting event that we still have today, is a contribution from ancient Greece?
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States that all persons operating an exotic animal auction must obtain the proper licensing.
Has not been accomplished on a global level yet, though organizations such as the World Society for the Protection of Animals are campaigning for the United Nations to adopt such legislation.
Outlaws the trade of any fish or wild animals that were taken, possessed, transported, or sold in violation of any treaty, law or regulation of the United States.
Provides protection for many animals and their habitats to ensure they do not become extinct.
Maintains that animals put on display, such as at zoos, must be provided with adequate care and treatment in the areas of housing, handling, nutrition, water, and veterinary care.
Helps fight the poplation threat of non-indigenous birds to the United States
Inspired the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
Prohibits importing certain exotic birds, including most breeds of parrots, macaws and cockatoos
Prohibits the import,export, interstate or foreign commerce of any animal listed in the act.
Provides animals taken in violation of this Act are confiscated
Protects many animals which are considered exotic
Establishes minimum guidelines for the care of exotic animals and expects organizations to exceed these standards
Even though none of us appreciated the weather we all had fun.
The bus lost its wheel when it turned the corner.
Despite her denial. I think she's guilty.
He's in big trouble when his father gets home.
People, who live in glass houses, should not throw stones.
Giraffes, which are native to Africa, are endangered.
I'll take the blue one, you take the red one.
Since I was here first I get to choose.
You're in big trouble; for what you did.
Get me a towel; I spilled the soda.
You should give up. You will never beat my score!
If I was as bad as you are I would cry too.
127,796, which is my high score is a world record!
When the ant hits the leaf it flies really far.
The ant goes nowhere, when it hits the rock.
I told you I was the champion, why would you doubt me?
I like English 9, because we get to play these learning games.
I'm glad it's Friday because I get to sleep in tomorrow.
Make sure you do your homework; you'll be sorry if you don't.
While birds who fly in flocks aren't rare. Their numbers are reducing.
What is Article I of the Georgia state constitution about?
Which branch of government is the Georgia General Assembly?
Who heads Georgia’s executive branch of government?
What is a difference in the Bill of Rights in Georgia’s constitution versus the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution.
What is an example of the concept of “separation of powers” in Georgia’s government?
All of these are an example of civic responsibilities of citizens of the state and the nation EXCEPT . . .
What is an example of the concept of “checks and balances” in Georgia’s government?
All of these are qualifications to vote in the state of Georgia EXCEPT. . .
The House of Representatives and the Senate are two houses of which branch of Georgia’s government?
What is the term for a Georgia State Senate Member and a Georgia State House of Representatives Member?
The qualifications for House of Representatives and the Senate of the General Assembly are the same EXCEPT for . . .
What is a the duty of the General Assembly?
What is a fact?
What word means to give assistance to?
What word means a compartment for the pilot and sometimes the crew?
What word means having more fingers or toes as usual?
What word means having many colors?
What word means having many syllables?
What word means having many sides?
Where was the setting of Amelia and Eleanor Go for A Ride?
What were the two adventurous activities that the women liked to do?
What was Amelia known for during her time?
Which of the following statements about Native Americans is true?
Which cultural region could be in danger of a drought?
Which Native American region lived in tepees?
Which animal did the Great Plain Indians depend upon for food, clothing and shelter?
Which of the following did the Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest have for food, since they live near many rivers and stream?
Five groups of Native Americans banded together forming the
THe Native Americans of the Southwest built homes called chicks these homes are made of
What is a pueblo?
The United States took some of their ideas for government and constitution from
One way in which most Native Americans were alike was their
What was the name of the shelter the Iroquois built?
What was the homes of the Native Americans of the Southwest made out of?
They eat plants
They make its own food:
Place where an organism lives:
Living and nonliving things in an environment:
They eat other living things:
All members of one species that live within an area:
They eat plants and animals
They break down plant and animal waste:
They eat animals:
Diagram that shows the amount of energy:
Transfer of energy from one organism to another, flows in one direction
System of overlapping food chains and flows in many directions
Timeline of the history of Earth:
Scientist who studies fossils
Occurs when two or more organisms need the same resources to survive
Marks of animals or plants that lived long ago
When species no longer exist
Remains of organisms that lived millions of years ago
Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve is an example of what?
What is the highest FFA degree one can earn?
Which degree is awarded at the state level?
The pledge of allegiance in FFA is known as the?
FFA colors are?
What happened in FFA in 1988
Why does the FFA use opening and closing ceremonies
The advisor is stationed by the
Which officer is required to take minutes of a meeting?
This officer keeps financial records
What does CDE stand for?
A proficiency award is awarded by students work on what?
The rising sun symbolizes?
The plow is a symbol of?
which part of the FFA emblem symbolizes a common interest?
premier leadership, personal growth, and career success makes up what?
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After the pharoah who were three important government officials in ancient Egypt?
What was the seating arrangement at government officials\' banquets?
What kinds of food and drink was served at government officials' banquets?
What forms of entertainment occurred at banquets?
What did Egyptians think happened to people after they die?
What are the key steps Egyptian priests followed to embalm a body?
Besides embalming bodies, what else did priests do?
What did women priests do?
What things were considered unclean and, thus, were not allowed to be done by priests?
Why did Egyptians bury things with people?
75 x 10
Which of these is an example of the identity property of multiplication?
45 x 28 = ?
Which of these is an example of the commutative property for multiplication?
Which is a multiple of 14?
Libby\'s family bought 4 tickets to a show in Branson. The total cost of the tickets was $152. How much did each ticket cost?
305 divided by 8 = ?
Chase wants to read a 56-page book in 7 days. How many pages does Chase need to read each day to finish the book in exactly 7 days?
118 divided by 3 = ?
Avery's parents bought 6 new dining room chairs. The total cost of the chairs was $276. How much did each chair cost?
How is 23.06 written in word form?
Which symbol correctly compares these decimals? 96.69 _____ 69.96
Which list of decimals is written from greatest to least?
What number is in the tens place in 52.68?
Which decimal is less than 0.87?
How is sixty-five hundredths written in standard form?
Which pair of decimals is compared correctly?
Which of these fractions is NOT equivalent to 2/6?
Kari drank 1/2 of a bottle of juice. Travis drank 5/10 of a bottle of juice. Who drank more juice?
Is 5/6 closest to 0, 1/2, or 1?
A strawberry pie was cut into 12 slices. Mark ate 1/4 of the pie. How many slices of pie did Mark eat?
Jessica and Eli ordered a pizza. Jessica ate 3/7 of the pizza. Eli ate 1/3 of the pizza. Who ate more pizza?
Joe's lunch cost $7.52. If Joe paid with a $10 bill, how much change did he get back?
Linda has 1 five-dollar bill, 2 one-dollar bills, 2 quarters, 2 dimes, and 3 pennies. How much money does Linda have?
Gordon had $9.00. He bought a magazine for $3.49 and a bottle of juice for $1.09. How much money does Gordon have left?
Brandon has 4 one-dollar bills, 11 dimes, 4 nickels, and 7 pennies. How much money does Brandon have?
Sophia had $5.28 in her piggy bank. She added another $3.96. How much money does Sophia have in her piggy bank now?
The 4th grade class is selling bags of cookies. Each bag contains 48 cookies. If the class sells 42 bags of cookies, how many cookies will be sold altogether?
Mr. Ham started the school year with 2 boxes of markers. Each box contained 20 markers. He used up 18 markers. How many markers does Mr. Ham have left?
There are 8 classes in 4th grade and 7 classes in 3rd grade. There are 5 students from each class going on a field trip. How many students are going on the field trip altogether?
An object becomes charged when the atoms in the object gain or lose
A material through which charges can move easily is called?
The buildup of charges on an object is called?
A material that charges can NOT move easily through is called?
Why does a light come on instantly when you flip on a light switch?
All circuits include...
A circuit in which all parts are connected in a single loop is called a(n)
Which of the following bulbs would burn the brightest?
Lightening is an example of?
The rate at which eletrical energy is used to do work is called?
The story takes place in the
________ places a blanket around Scout\'s shoulders during the fire at Miss Maudie\'s house.
Calpurnia takes Jem and Scout to
On the first day of school, Scout gets in trouble because
Bob Ewell is killed by
Jem and Scout are attacked by
Jem and Scout are saved by
The weapon used to kill Bob Ewell is
The narrator of the story is
The first-person point of view allows the reader to
This story takes place during the Great Depression.
Aunt Alexandra disapproves of the way Atticus is raising Jem and Scout.
Scout's father is a lawyer.
Scout and Jem's mother has died before the story begins.
At the beginning of the story, the children believe it is dangerous to go near the Radley house.
The Cunninghams are a family of lazy, dishonest farmers.
The story is told through Scout's eyes.
Dill has a happy home life with his parents.
Atticus approves of the way Calpurnia trains Scout and Jem.
Dill is a strong, handsome boy with little imagination.
The story takes place in a small town in the Midwest.
Miss Caroline Fisher is Scout's teacher.
The treasures which the children find in the tree hole are intended for them.
Atticus believes that people like the Cunninghams and the Ewells should be made to follow society's rules.
Jem and Scout do not readily accept Dill as their friend until he proves he can read.
Scout fights Walter Cunningham in the schoolyard.
Miss Maudie admires Atticus for defending Tom Robinson.
Uncle Jack spanks Scout for hitting Francis.
Bob Ewell threatens only Atticus and his family.
All people in To Kill a Mockingbird have an equal opportunity for life, liberty, and happiness.
When Atticus calls Mayella Ewell Miss Mayella and ma'am, she feels
Heck Tate is best described as
During the trial, Scout realizes that Mayella Ewell is
Jem and Scout's respect for their father is greatly increased when he
Mr. Underwood says that Tom Robinson's death is
The church ladies seem to be less interested in poverty in their own town than
Jem is broken-hearted when Tom Robinson is convicted because
After the trial, Dill says that when he grows up, he wants to be a
The children gradually conclude that background is
In his speech to the jury, Atticus says he feels pity for
When Aunt Alexandra comes to stay with them, the children are
Dill feels sick in the courtroom because
After Scout takes Boo Radley home, she
Heck Tate insists Bob Ewell fell on his own knife because Tate wants to
According to gossip, the Radleys keep Boo at home because he is
Atticus says you can get along better with a person if you
The main reason Atticus defends Tom Robinson is because he
Atticus hopes Jem and Scout can get through the trial without catching
Miss Maudie says that to kill a mockingbird is a sin because mockingbirds are
Justice for most people in To Kill a Mockingbird means doing what is fair or right according to
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_________________ is the stage of the cell cycle that takes the most time. In this stage, the cell prepares all of the necessary items to divide including DNA, organelles, and materials necesssary to divide.
Human body cells contain _____________ chromosomes
Human sex cells contain _________ chromosomes.
____________ is the first phase of mitosis where the chromosomes condense and are visible.
______________ is the phase of mitosis where chromosomes are lined up along the equator of the cell.
Chromosomes are organized structures of _____________.
Once mitosis is complete, the splitting of the cytoplasm or ______________ occurs.
____________ is the term for a fertilized egg.
____________________ is the stage after interpase when sex cells (egg and sperm) are being produced.
__________________ is the stage after Interphase when body cells are being produced.
_______________ is the phase of mitosis where chromosomes are pulling apart to opposite poles.
Eggs and sperm having half the total number of chromosomes needed are said to be _____________ in number.
Does a relationship exist between the complexity of an organism and the number of chromosomes found in their cells?
At the end of _______________, two nuclei are produced.
At the end of ______________, two cells are produced.
Meiosis produces _________ daughter cells.
Mitosis produces __________ daughter cells.
_____ is th combination of the 23rd chromosomes in females.
____ is the combination of the 23rd chromosomes found in a male.
Which of these men was a Confederate General?
Who was the Confederate President?
On what date did the South surrender?
Which fort was attacked on April 12, 1861?
Which of these was not a reason the Union fought in the Civil War?
Who was the victor of Bull Run?
Which battle was considered to the turning point of the war?
Who accepted the surrender from Robert E. Lee?
On what date was the Battle of Antietam?
Which of the following is not a term for the South?
__________ and oxygen are the reactants of cellular respiration.
___________, carbon dioxide, and light energy are the reactants of of photosynthesis.
_____________, carbon dioxide, and water are the products of cellular respiration.
____________ and glucose are the reactants of cellular respiration.
Cellular respiration takes place in the _______________.
Photosynthesis takes place in the ________________.
______________ is the pigment found in plant cells taht absorbs energy from the sun.
Plant cells are different from animal cells because they have a large central vacuole, chloroplasts, and a __________________.
The ____________________ are found on the left side of the equation.
What does the arrow stand for in a scientific equation?
1 + 1 =
5 x 5 =
3 x 3 =
5 + 0 =
5 x 0 =
10 + 10 =
4 x 4 =
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