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Sound that bounces off something and goes back where it comes from is called
A drum would be an example of?
An example of high pitch would be?
The loudness and softness of sound is called?
The highness and lowness of sound is called?
The number of times a sound repeats in a second is called?
The back and forth motions that cause sound are called?
Sound travels slowest through?
Sound travels the fastest through
Which best describes frequency?
When the guitar string is plucked, sound is produced by?
What allows two students standing ten feet apart hear each other talk?
The school bell rings when it?
A rubber band will make sound when it is?
A high pitch has
Which below has low pitch but high amplitude?
An tornado siren would have?
Sound can travel through
Sound waves travel
Can you feel sound waves
A student observes onion cells under a microscope at 400x magnification. The student should be able to observe
What is the highest magnification that can be obtained with a microscope that has a 10x eyepiece with 10x and 43x objectives?
Which microscope part regulates the amount of light that reaches the objective lens?
Which process requires the expenditure of cellular energy?
The process of osmosis is best illustrated by the movement of
A biologist diluted a blood sample with distilled water. While observing the sample under a microscope, she noted that the red blood cells burst. This was caused by T
The organelle that is the site of cellular respiration is the
An organelle found in most plant cells, but absent from animal cells, is the
Which cell part selectively regulates the entry and exit of substances?
Which statement is NOT part of the cell theory?
Which of the following produces identical nuclei in cells?
Which is the best tool to measure the volume of a liquid?
Euglena uses which of these to move?
What are the basic structural units of living organisms?
Responds to the fact that the United States is the number one international importer of exotic birds.
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The long tube in the ground that connects the magma chamber to Earth\\\'s surface is called the
Volcanic belts form along
The volcanoes along converging plate boundaries may form
The viscosity of magma depends upon its silica content and its
In volcanic aeras, groundwater heated by magma is a source of
Tall, cone-shaped mountains in which layers of lava alternate with layers of ash are called
The formation of the Hawaiian Islands is one example of
Which type of rock would you expect to form as the result of an explosive eruption?
A volcano that may erupt again at some time in the distant future is
Magma that forces across rock layers hardens into a
When ash, cinders, and bombs build up in a steep pile around a volcano's vent, the result is a
When groundwater heated by magma rises to the surface and collects in a natural pool, it is called a
The huge hole left by the collapse of a volcanic mountain is called a
Several kilometers froma volcano, a geologist observes an old lava flow made up of dark-colored basalt rock. The geologist infers that the lava must have had
When many layers of thin, runny lava build up a high, level aera, the result is a
What triggers the small earthquakes that occur around a volcano before an eruption?
When magma hardens in a volcano's pipe, the result will eventually be a landform called a
Pahoehoe is
What is the landform that forms when a mass of hardened magma is uplifted, causing the layers of rock to bend upward?
If a volcano's magma is high in silica, the volcano will probably
The main hazard from a quiet volcanic eruption is
If geologists detect many small earthquakes in the area near a volcano, what can they infer about the volcano?
Before lava reaches the surface, the molten material is called
The major ingredient of magma is
Which of the following helps to determine how easily magma flows?
What provides the force that causes magma to erupt to the surface?
What can be used to identify a substance or to predict how it will behave?
Amass of rock formed when a large body of magma cools inside the crust is called a
Which of the following volcano hazards is make up of rocky particles about the size of a grain of sand?
All of the following are examples of physical properties EXCEPT
Making Canapes
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CanapГ©s parts
Garnish
Centerpiece
Serving portions
Fruit & Cheese trays
Combination Trays
Antipasto trays
A device used to protect buildings from electrical fires is a(n)
Which of the following is NOT an insulator?
Objects that are in contact with the Earth are
A device that is made of several cells and produces an electric current by converting chemical energy into electrical energy is called?
A difference in charge between two electrodes in a cell causes a_____between the electrodes.
The part of a solar panel that converts light into electrical energy is called a...?
_____is used in homes because it is more practical for transferring electrical energy.
Opposition to the flow of electric charge is called?
A device that uses electrical energy to do work is called a...?
There are 4 light bulbs in a parallel circuit, you add 5 more what will happen to the brightness?
The region around a magnet in which magnetic forces can act is called the...
An electric fan has an electric motor inside to change...
The marked end of a compass needle always points directly to...
Which of the following is NOT true about an electromagnet?
All magnets...
The magnetic effects of a bar magnet are...
Sometimes the magnetic strip on a credit card becomes demagnetized. This strip is most likely a (n)
If you attach a magnet to a string so that the magnet is free to rotate, you will see that one end of the magnet will point...
The pole of a magnet that points to the north is called the magnet's...
The force of repulsion or attraction between the poles of magnets is called the...
his dubious plan
volatile situations
to write an equation
full of vanity
essence of his ideas
unkempt children
grueling contests
a great liability
a haphazard way
frenzied activity
Failure of choromosomes to separate duing meiosis is called
Meiosis produces
Tetrads are formed during
Meiosis produces
How many chromosomes are shown in a normal human karotype.
Human body cells are
Sex cells are
If a bird has two identical alleles for beak shape they are said to be
If a bird has two different alleles for beak shape they are said to be
If a person has a recessive trait but does not express it the alleles must be
A male is
If a black chicken and white chicken produce a black and white speckled chicken the alleles are
Eye color is determined by 6 genes it is an example of
A female is
Genes close together on the same chromosome may be
Which chromosome has more gene on it
An organism produced by combining DNA from wheat and soy would be
A red flower and a white flower produce a pink flower this is
Most sex linked genes are located on
This is used to cure genetic disorders
If 2 genes are on same chromosome and rarely assort independently then
Meiosis produces
Human females procue egg cells that have
Some alleles are dominant and some are recessive is the principle of
A punnent square shows
The possibility that human offspring will be female
In a pedigree chart a female is represented by a
n a pedigree chart a male is represented by a
n a pedigree chart a male carrying a trait is represented by a
In a pedigree chart marriage is shown by a
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What term does Kiddler use to define pertaining to the study of of standards or right and wrong behavior?
What term does Kiddler use to define that which has intrinsic worth; a principle, standard, or quality that is worthwhile.
What is the first checkpoint in Kiddler's Checkpoints for Ethical Decision-Making?
Which step below is not on Kiddler's checkpoints for Ethical Decision-Making?
Which answer choice below is not a resolution principle as identified by Kiddler?
When you ask if law-breaking is involved, what type of test are you using?
At which checkpoint do you ask yourself if there is a third way through this dilemma?
What grade would you give this group presentation?
Which molecule in plant cells first captures the radiant energy from sunlight?
Why are photosynthesis and cellular respiration often considered opposites?
Photosynthesis is most important because
During a solar eclipse, the moon covers the sun and there is darkness during the day. Which of the following is most likely to occur as a result of this?
Which of the following is not an autotroph?
Energy flows through an ecosystem from -
Define the process of cellular respiration.
Define the process of photosynthesis.
What is the relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration?
Where does aerobic cellular respiration take place?
Substances that can be used to determine whether a solution is an acid, a base, or neutral are called _________________.
Oven cleaner is a highly caustic chemical that reacts with baked on foods. It is dangerous to the touch and has a very slippery feel. What is the likely pH of oven cleaner?
Pepsi, vinegar, orange juice: What property do all three of these common household substances have in common?
Mixtures can be separated by physical means, such as, filtration, sifting, and ____________.
In a _____________________ bond, the atoms are bound by shared valence electrons.
When metals bond with nonmetals they form _____________ bonds.
The temperature at which liquid changes into a gas.
Water is heated and evaporates. What type of change is described?
To determine the density of a carton of milk, you would measure
What is the pH range of a base?
Condition of being uncertain.
a bitter quarrel
something invented or made up
operating by energy from the sun
to express in greater detail
hastily without thinking
to start invouluntarily becuase of pain
grave consequence or seriousness
necessary to the continuation of life
change form or appearance
Relationship where both organisms benefit
Relationship where one organsim benefits and the othe is not helped nor harmed
Relationship where one organsim benefits and the other is harmed
when organisms have to fight each other or other organisms for resources to survive
organism that takes nutrients or energy from another
the organism that is being attacked by the parasite
organism that is attacking
organism that is being attacked
the largest population an area can support
something that prevents the population from growing or causes it to decrease
Which answer choice has the two main SIMILARITIES between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam?
What is the big SIMILARITY between Islamic civilization and the Indian Gupta civilization?
In European Feudalism, what is the main role of the peasants?
In European Feudalism, what does the King give to his Lords in exchange for their loyalty and service?
What is the name of the Indian social system under Hinduism?
In Daoism, what is their main idea about people and nature?
What are the main values of Confucianism?
The European Feudal system and Hindu Caste System are BOTH which of the following?
The spread of Islam was driven PRIMARILY by which of the following?
The Papacy is an example of which type of government?
How is Buddhism DIFFERENT from Hinduism?
Moldy cheese
broken glass
baking a cake
cutting paper
popping popcorn
folding paper
mixing flour and water
cooking pancakes
cars crashing
fireworks
carving a pumpkin
breaking a chair
ripping a candy wrapper
lighting a candle
candle wax melting
Regatear
Montar a caballo
Pescar
Comprar unos recuerdos
Dar una caminata
El acensor
La habitacion doble
La tarjeta de credito
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Como
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Cuanto
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El collar and Los aretes are...
_________ Transport requires energy.
__________ Transport does not require energy
Osmosis is the diffusion of __________through a membrane.
Molecules move from low concentration to high concentration during __________ Transport
During _____________ molecules requiring energy move into the cell.
During ____________ large molecules requiring energy move out of the cell.
Molecules move into or outside of the cell until the concentration on both sides reaches ______________.
Diffuion and osmosis are two types of ____________ Transport
_____________ is the molecule that stores energy.
If 20 molecules of water are inside of the cell and five molecules of water are inside of the cell, particles will want to move __________________ the cell.
Bacteria reproduce by a process called ___________________.
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You have a glass beaker filled with a mixture of hot chemicals. The beaker and mixture have a mass of 247 grams. If you want to know the mass of the chemicals only, what should y
Which of the following is a safe way to conserve resources in the lab?
A student hears a scientist on the news that says he thinks there is life on another planet. What is the most important question that the student should ask in order to crit
Which of the following questions about frogs could be answered through a scientific investigation?
The magnification of the eyepiece on a compound microscope is 10X. The magnification of the objective lens is 100X. What is the total magnification?
Which of the following objects would make the best model of a blood vessel?
A student is planning an investigation about plants. She says, “Plants grow better in sunlight.” This statement is an example of –
You have a bag of cookies that says it contains 34 grams. Which tool would you use to check to be sure that the bag actually contains 34 grams?
Which type of diagram provides the most information about the feeding relationship among organisms in an ecosystem?
What is one way that plant and animal cells are different?
If plant has a recessive allele for pink flowers it will produce
Tetrads are
In metaphase chromosomes
The stage where two cells start to form
In this phase the chromosomes are not really visable
The physical representation of a trait
The chance that human offspring would be male?
The process of making changes in the DNA code of living organisms
Colorblindness is more common in males than females because
What is advantage of transgenic wheat?
Work is a transfer of
What is transferred by a force moving an object through a distance
The energy of motion is called
Energy stored in gasoline is
Walking converts chemical energy into what type of energy
The law of conservation of energy states
What is the unit of work
Energy is stored due to position is called
The energy of an object increases when this is done
For work to be done on the object, the object has to
Rubbing two items together is an example of charge being transferred by
If a neutral comb is held near an object with a negative charge, the comb will become charged by
The type of current procuded by a battery is
The type of current found in your home is mostly
This allows electrons to freely move
Electrons are closely bound in this
What is Ohm's law
A complete path through which charge can flow is an electric
Most circuits in your home are
How many paths can charge flow in a series circuit
Coron has an igneouse rock in his rock collection. Where did he most likely find this rock?
Sedimentary rocks are not found on the moon because
Rocks found on Earth are generally classified as sedimentary, metamorphic, or igneous. On which basis are these classifications made?
Which of these is NOT a part of soil?
The Earth's surface can change either quickly or slowly. Which of these can happen when rocks and soil in the Earth move suddenly?
What is located beneath soil layers?
You find a rock on campus. Which of the following properties would be most useful in identifying the unknown rock?
Which of the following is a renewable source of energy?
Sand dunes most likely form from
Limestone is a sedimentary rock that easily weathers because the main mineral found in it reacts with acid in water. What is the mineral in limestone?.
Tropical rain forests are being cut down to create farms and pastures, and to harvest trees for construction. What has this type of deforestation increased?
Which is one practical way homeowners can conserve water?
Fossils of marine plants and animals were found high above sea level in the Himalayan Mountains. What does this fossil evidence tell us about the past of that mountainous area?
Farmer John has cut down a stand of pine trees so he can plant corn in the spring. What would be a practical solution to help stop soil erosion during the fall and winter?
There is a long drought and hay is in short supply. Farmer John is forced to let his cattle over-graze his pastures. Because of the over-grazing, what do you predict will happen?
Chemical weathering of rocks occus and helps to form soils. Which of the following is an agent of chemical weathering?
In cold climates rocks are broken into pieces by the action of water. This process that breaks down rocks and helps form soil can best be explained as
Soils have four basic components. What important soil component is a by-product of the action of decomposers like bacteria and fungus?
In December 2004, an earthquake registering 9.0 on the Richter scale was recorded off the coast of Sumatra. What is a common secondary effect of this type of earthquake?
If we compare the temperature and pressure of the Earth's mantle to the core, what differences can we expect as we move downward into the Earth?
If batteries are added in a series circuit what happens to voltage
If batteries are added in a parallel circuit what happens
LIght bulbs are sources of
If you add a lightbulb to a circuit what happens to resistance
Both circuits are series. Circuit A has one bulb and Circuit B has two bulbs. What statement would be true
If there are several bulbs in a parallel circuit what statement would be true.
What would decrease the resistance in a wire
If the mass of an object double what happens to kinetic energy
The unit of resistance
Usually the direction of current is the direction in which ___________ charges flow
Which of the following is NOT a function of skin?
Which of the following is NOT part of the integumentary system?
From which of the following does the basic structure of hair and nails form?
The top layer of the epidermis is made of
What two layers make up skin?
A slight scratch of the skin does not causing bleeding because the epidermis lacks___________.
The dark pigment in the skin is called__________________
Keratin provides:
All of the following are found in the dermis EXCEPT
The function of melanin is to
Where is the protein called actin loacted in the body?
In addition to myosin, what other protein is involved in skeletal muscle contraction?
The ion necessary to link myosin to actin for muscule contraction is:
Muscle tone refers to:
What happens when the thin filaments in a muscle fiber slide over the thick filaments?
Myosin and actin make up
What tough connective tissue joins skeletal muscles to bones?
The concept used to explain the action of filaments in muscle contraction is the
Regular exercise does the following:
Rigor Mortis is a stiffening of the muscles after death due to:
In which of the following kingdoms can organisms be both unicellular and multicellular?
Which interaction of light causes the flower stem to appear bent?
What tool would youuse to measure the volume of a small rock?
Henry stating that the shirt is red is a(n)
If I tested the effect of aspirin on corn plant stems, what is the independent variable?
Which is a physical change?
How is the periodic table organized?
Which physical change occurs when matter gives off thermal energy?
A researcher determined the pH of four soil samples. Which is the most acidic?
Which scientist is credited with beginning the study of genetics?
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A globe is shaped like a
How many continents are there?
Which decimal is greater?
Which decimal is less?
Which decimal is less?
Which decimal is greater?
Which decimal is equal to 0.32164?
What is the expanded form of 0.256?
What is the expanded form of the number 265.1?
Which decimal is greater that 6.432?
What decimal comes next on the number line? 4.782 , 4.784, 4.786
What is the standard form of the number 90,786,432?
In a predator-prey relationship, _____.
Which of the following contributes to the growth of the human population?
If a population becomes so low that the species is at risk of having no individuals remaining, it is considered to be which of the following?
What is the difference between a population and a community?
Samantha plants some flowers in a flower bed and then ignores them. Soon weeds grow and the flowers die. The weeds had been able to get enough resources to survive, while the flowers had not. This is an example of _____.
If there are no limiting factors, a population can reach its _____.
What is the difference between a community and an ecosystem?
Which of the following is a reason an animal population moves from one place to another?
Carrying capacity refers to the largest _____ an environment can support.
A male and female rabbit hop into a new area where there are no other rabbits. Before they can even find shelter, they are killed by a coyote. The existence of a predator is a _____ factor on the population of rabbits in the area.
Which of these is a limiting factor?
In an area with high death rates from a disease such as malaria, what would lead to population growth?
A healthy community could have _____.
If the elephants, just because of their size, are the only large mammals that can get to the water to drink, the zebras may suffer. This is an example of which of the following?
An organism’s habitat includes which of the following?
What a species does in its habitat to survive is called its _____.
As a population grows, this means _____.
Which of the following might an omnivore eat?
Which of the following might an herbivore eat?
Producers are organisms that get energy from which of the following?
Conocer - Preterite
Conocer - Imperfect
poder - preterite
poder - imperfect
no poder - preterite
no poder - imperfect
querer - preterite
querer - imperfect
no querer - preterite
no querer - imperfect
saber - imperfect
saber - preterite
sentir - imperfect
sentir - preterite
tener - imperfect
tener - preterite
____view shows text on the screen in a format that is easy to read and hides the Ribbon.
Press the Keyboard shortcut ____ to go to the beginning of the line.
Pressing the ____ key deletes the character to the left of the insertion point.
You can rename a folder by ____ the folder, and then clicking Rename on the shortcut menu.
Most documents are printed in ____ orientation.
The Print tab contains settings for printing your document. You can change the ____.
Which dialog box do you use to save a file for the first time?
____________________ view displays only the text of a document without showing the arrangement of the text; if your document includes any pictures, they would not appear.
The use of computer software to enter and edit text is called ____________________.
If the text you are typing extends beyond the right margin, it automatically moves to the next line with a feature called ________________.
Documents printed in ________________ orientation are wider than they are long.
Shows where text will appear when you begin typing
Contains buttons (icons) for common commands.
Allow you to change views quickly
Displays information about the current document and process.
Which type of rock forms from intense heat and pressure?
Clastic sedimentary rocks are formed from ____________.
Igneous rocks are formed from _____________.
Rocks are classified by _____________.
Intrusive igneous rocks cool ____________ so they have ____________ crystals.
Extrusive igneous rocks cool ___________ so they have ________ crystals.
Coal is a sedimentary rock made from compressed, dead plant matter so it is a ______ sedimentary rock.
Why are sedimentary rocks the only rocks with fossils in them?
Rocks are made of a mixture of _________________.
Halite or rock salt is left behind after salt water evaporates. It is an example of a ________ sedimentary rock.
What is contact metamorphism?
Regional metamorphism is caused by sections of the Earth's crust colliding and creating intense _________.
Metamorphic rocks that are put under intense pressure tend to have a ________ texture so their minerals are all lined up in bands or layers..
Marble is a metamorphic rock that has been put under intense heat. Its minerals are melted and swirled together so it has a _____ texture.
What are the three categories of sedimentary rocks?
Obsidian, granite, and basalt are all examples of ____________ rocks that we looked at in our lab.
Sandstone, Limestone, and conglomerate are all examples of __________ rocks that we looked at in our lab.
Schist, quartzite, and slate are all examples of ________ rocks that we looked at in our lab.
All rocks can turn into other rocks during the never ending ____________.
What does vesicular mean? (Hint: Think about the pumice samples you got from Diamond Del.)
Which is most likely the THEME of After Twenty Years?
At the end of After Twenty Years, the letter to Bob revealed which piece of previously concealed information.
In After Twenty Years, which event causes the first police officer to learn the truth about the man in the doorway?
In After Twenty Years, Bob states that a man can get in a rut in New York, and that it takes the West to put a razor's edge on him. What does he mean by A RAZOR'S EDGE?
In A Retrieved Reformation, which of Jimmy's actions gives a clue to his plans for continuing to crack safes?
In A Retrieved Reformation, Jimmy wears fancy clothes, eats well, and robs banks for quick money. What does this tell you about him?
In A Retrieved Reformation, what can you predict that Jimmy will do when he notices Annabel coming out of the bank?
Which one of the following statements DOES NOT help you predict that Jimmy Valentine will open the safe?
In A Retrieved Reformation, which of the prison warden's words to Jimmy help you predict the surprise ending?
Why does Jimmy decide to give up safe cracking?
In A Retrieved Reformation, Jimmy is released from jail because
Why does Jimmy Valentine decide to go into the shoe business?
Which character determines the resolution of A Retrieved Reformation?
In After Twenty Years, the fact that the man gives a long explanation to the police officer shows that the man
In After Twenty Years, when the man claiming to be Jimmy first approaches Bob, what FIRST arouses Bob's suspicions about him?
What is one framework that can be utilized to sequence the decision-making process, clarify values and issues, increase awareness of the morally relevant issues, make decisions about an ethical course of action in a case, and justify it?
What term does Kiddler use to define having to do with right and wrong conduct?
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Which structure would you expect to find in a plant cell but not in an animal cell?
What is an example of a trait that cannot be inheited?
In which group are the organisms more similar?
What is the substance in plants that absorbs the energy of sunlight used in photosynthesis?
Lions hunt and kill zebras for food. Which best describes their relationship?
Which of the following places planets in order of increasing distance from the Sun?
A planet spins on its own axis once every 16 hours. Which term best describes its motion?
Waht does it mean to say the moon is waning?
What is the primary reason that summer temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere are higher than winter temperatures?
Which of the following instruments is used to measure air pressure?
What does the word stealth mean?
What does the word tannery mean?
What does the word steppe mean?
What does the word stiletto mean?
What does the word tantalize mean?
What does the word sustenance mean?
What does the word suave mean?
What does the word submerge mean?
What does the word superficial mean?
What does the word subtle mean?
A plant's green color is due to the presence of which organelle?
Which of these has the greatest influence over how big a baby elephant will grow?
The quality of air is monitored by the government. To best measure air quality, th air should be tested___
Which body in the solar system usually contains an atmosphere?
Which of these planets in the solar system was the most recently discovered?
Which biome contains large populations of grazing herbivores, few species of birds, and deep, rich soil?
Cells-Tissues-Organs-? What is next in this series?
Which of these is due entirely to inheritance?
The force that holds the planets in orbit around the sun is called_______
How are humans classified within a food chain?
How is Saturn different from Earth?
Solar eclipses rarely occur because
Which statement describes why the Earth has seasons?
Juan's class is studying the Solar System. What causes the planets to orbit the sun rather that drift off into space?
Brandon was learning about an object in the Solar System that is made of frozen gases and solid rock. Which of these objects was he learning about?
Many scientists used to accept the model that all objects in the universe revolved around the Sun. What did they learn that made them change this model?
Students at Claxton Middle School recorded the Sun's location in the sky every day at noon during September and February. Which of these MOST LIKELY describes what they observed?
Which planet is closer to the Sun than Earth is to the Sun?
If you were to watch the stars all night, they would seem to
Which is made primarily of pieces of rock or iron that enter Earth's atmosphere?
what is the capital of Vatican city?
what is the body of water that boarders Vatican city?
when was the Quirinal \
who contributed to the building the Quirinal?
what is the land used for?
where is Vatican city located?
who was the first pope to ever live in Vatican city?
what religion do they study?
what is one way that new York is like Vatican city?
what day is it in vatican city?
What is the cause of most ocean surface currents?
Ocean waves are created by all of the following except one. Which factor creates currents, not ocean waves?
While visiting the beach during summer vacation, a sea breeze keeps you cool and comfortable during the hottest part of the day. Which BEST explains why this happens?
Which statement about Earth's heating patterns is true?
Why are tides continually rising and lowering every day?
Which BEST explains the reason that thunderstorms are likely to form on a hot day?
Why does the ocean cover different amounts of the beach at different times of the day?
During the water cycle, when water vapor changes to liquid water, it is called
Which of the following is an example of condensation?
In some years there are more hurricanes than usual. This is probably because
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Out of a dolphin, jellyfish, and a crab, these animals are grouped together because all of them
All of these can be inherited by people EXCEPT-
Which of the following is an example of static electricity?
During which phase does the Moon receive sunlight only on the side facing away from the Earth?
A coal-burning facility is constructed in an area containing several pond ecosystems. How will this human activity most likely affect the pond ecosystem?
Which characteristic is used to classify frogs into a different phylum from squid, snails, and jellyfish?
Which is an SI metric unit of measurement that is used to record the heat transfer of a solution in a classroom investigation?
Black bears roam over large territories. What effect would building shopping centers in these territories have on the bears?
C + O2------CO2 According to this equation, what happened to the carbon and oxygen?
Which energy transformation occurs first in a coal-burning power plant?
How can a student decide if a cell is from a plant or an animal?
How are chloroplasts and mitochondria similiar?
Which part is found only in a plant cell?
Which two cell parts exist in plant cells but not in animal cells?
Which of the following cells contain chloroplasts?
In which cell structure are wastes stored?
Which cell part contains the material necessary for controlling the activities in a bird's cell?
What is the job of the cell wall?
Which one of the following is a shared characteristic of plant and animal cells?
Which of the following contains chloroplasts?
Which of the following is an example of potential energy?
A car manufacturer reduces the mass of a car by 250kg. If the new design is otherwise identical to the old design, how will the new car compare to the old car?
A student predicts that similar ice cubes will melt faster in a microwave than in a pot on the stove. How should htis hypothesis be tested?
Which of these best describes the particle motion taking place as CO2 gas os exposed tp freezing temperatures?
The best scientific reason for a a scientist to accept a specific theory is---
How is the modern model of an atom different from the Bohr atomic model?
Human sweat is the direct result of which life functions?
Which of the following are products of combustion?
Whidh of these substances is an element?
Clouds are formed when millions of drops of water become suspended in the air. Which of the following is a step in the process of cloud formation?
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A long period without precipitation is called a:
Tiny drops of water too small to be called rain:
All snowflakes:
Extra Credit: Only about this percent of all clouds produces precipitation:
Extra Credit: This is sometimes used to try to produce rain.
Fog is a cloud that touches the ground
To change the font, locate the ____ group on the Home tab on the Ribbon
If you want to use a font size that is not on the drop-down menu of the Font Size box, type the point size directly in the Font Size box, and then press the____ key.
The colors in the palettes all have names. You can see the names by pointing to each color to see its ____.
To change text to italic, press the ____ keys.
When you remove a style, the ____ Style is automatically applied
You can copy the format of selected text to other text by using the _______.
Remember that you create a new paragraph every time you press ____________________, so a paragraph can be a single line or even one word.
A _____________________________ is a coordinated set of colors available for use in a document
If you have selected text in the document first, you can point to each font to use _______________________, the Microsoft Office feature that enables you to watch the selected text change in the document without actually making the change.
Helps you enhance or clarify your text by using effects such as shadows and superscripts.
The height of characters is measured in units called points.
Designs of type.
In a new paragraph, for example, if you type the number 1 followed by a period, and then press the Tab key, Word assumes that you are trying to create a(n) ____.
After you type the first four letters, ____ suggests the complete word.
To insert the current date into a document, on the Ribbon, click the Insert tab. Then, in the Text group, click the ____ button.
To correct an error that has been identified with a wavy underline, ____ the flagged word or phrase to open a shortcut menu with a list of suggestions to replace the possible error.
A(n) ____ is a word with a similar meaning for a word in your document
__________ means to change the look of text.
____________________ corrects common capitalization, spelling, grammar, and typing errors as you type.
____________________ are building blocks you create from frequently used text, such as a name, address, or slogan, and then save so that you can access them easily.
____________________ flags words that might be misspelled by underlining them with a red or blue wavy line immediately after you type them.
To look up the definition of a word, select it, click the Thesaurus button to open the ____________________ task pane, and navigate to the Encarta Dictionary.
If you want to display the current date whenever you open the document, you would click the _______________________________ check box to select it.
Changes fractions and numbers as you type, such as 3/4 to ¾
Identifies possible grammatical errors with green wavy underlines
Displays synonyms for a selected word
The ____ command allows you to see these hidden formatting marks.
To ____ text means to highlight a block of text.
To quickly select everything in a document, press and hold ____.
To select blocks of text that are not next to each other, select the first block of text, press and hold down ____, and then use the mouse to select additional blocks of text.
The Redo command reverses a(n) ____ action.
When you ____ selected text, it remains in its original location and a copy of it is placed on the Clipboard.
In the find and Replace dialog box, ____ allows you to jump to a specific part of a document.
Clicking a button once to turn on a feature and clicking it again to turn off a feature is known as ____________________.
The ____________________ is a temporary storage place in the computer’s memory.
The number of words in a document appears in the ____________________ and is updated as you type.
When you click the ____________________ button, the Navigation pane appears on the left side of the program window.
Electromagnetic waves require a medium to transfer their energy.
When electromagnetic waves travel through a vacuum they travel at the same speed
EM waves exist along a spectrum which set is in the correct order from low frequency to high frequency?
Which statement best describes how fast these waves travel in a vacuum?
What is electromagnetic radiation?
Why does a black asphalt road become hotter than a white cement sidewalk in the same amount of sun light?
Why is the sky blue?
It is foggy outside one morning. Which term best describes the fog?
In which of these situations would light slow down?
What would happen if a black object was exposed to direct sunlight?
Which statement best tells the ways in which light interacts with matter?
Why does a banana appear yellow in white light?
An object appears fuzzy when seen through a(n)____________material
The bouncing of light off a surface is called:______________________
___________occurs when light is sent in many different directions after colliding with particles of matter.
The bending of light when it changes media is called:____________________
A(n)___________materials lets light pass through freely
Matter that transmit no light is known as being:______________
The color black is said to _________________all the colors of the visible light spectrum
__________is when light passes through air or some other medium
Who wanted equal rights for women?
Who proposed the Albany Plan of Union
Who was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence?
Who was in the Daughters of Liberty?
Who is known as the 'American financier'?
Who is the person who died at the Boston Massacre?
Who organized the Boston Tea Party?
Who said 'Give Me Liberty or give me Death'?
Who taxed the colonists to pay off war debt?
Who wrote the Common Sense?
Who am I? I am the brain of the cell.
Who am I? I am like your mother, father, or grandparent. I decide who gets in or out of the house or the cell..
Who am I? I make proteins
Who am I? I am a SWAT team member. I recycle parts and fight foreign invaders.
Who am I? I store food, water and wastes.
Who am I? I pack and ship proteins. I move material within and outside of the cell.
Who am I? I am like an emergency room. I break down drugs,, chemicals, and take materials around the cell in a maze. I cannot get out of the cell.
Who am I? I make ribosomes.
Who am I? I am found only in a plant cell. I give the cell structure. I cause the crunch you hear when you bite into vegetables.
I am much larger in a plant cell. There is only one of me unlike in an animal cell. I also store food, water, and wastes..
What organelle delivers messages and materials to various parts of the cell? (Not Outside)
What organelle assembles protein?
What is located close to the cell membrane, and also pack and send proteins and other materials within and outside of the cell?
What makes power for the cell?
What are the cell's custodians, SWAT team members, and recyclers?
What stores liquids and wastes in the cell?
What acts as a barrier and gatekeeper for the cell?
What is made of cellulose and found in plant cells ? It provides structure for the plant.
What has a large central vacuole, cell wall, and chloroplasts?
What is the North Pole?
What is a Hemisphere?
The place on Earth that is the farthest south is _____.
The equator is ______________.
The equator separates the Earth into ________.
An imaginary line that runs north and south is
Lines of latitude run
Imaginary lines on a globe that run through the North and South Poles are lines of ________.
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The circulatory and the excretory systems both aid in
The lungs are part of which body system?
A student scraped a knee while climbing a tree. Which body system responds by transporting white blood cells to the wound?
What is a major function of the excretory system?
Which body system includes arteries and veins?
Which of the following is a function of the circulatory system?
Which statement correctly identifies a body system and its main function?
What is the main purpose of the respiratory system?
The kidneys are part of the __________________ system.
The nasal passage is part of the _____________ system.
Orbiting weather satellites would be found in which of these layers?
In which two spheres of Earth are the effects of both volcanoes and earthquakes found?
Which statement describes an activity that takes place in the hydroshpere?
Which statement best describes the location of a mountain?
Which of the following spheres does a tornado effect?
Water evaporating from the surface of a lake moves from the
The prefix hydro- refers to
The prefix geo- refers to
Weather occurs in the
Earth's liquid water is found in the
In order to be a mineral, a mineral must be
Which of the following is a mineral property?
If a mineral is silicate it
Prospecting is
Reclamation is
Rocks are different from minerals because
Obsidian is a(n)
Metamorphic Rock
Tectonic plates
The richter scale
Decide which sentence contains a spelling error.
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Decide which part, if any, needs a capital letter.
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Decide which part, if any, needs a capital letter.
Decide which part, if any, needs a capital letter.
Find the sentence that is written correctly and is a complete sentence.
Find the sentence that is written correctly and is a complete sentence.
Find the sentence that is written correctly and is a complete sentence.
Find the sentence that is written correctly and is a complete sentence.
Find the sentence that is written correctly and is a complete sentence.
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Read each word. If a word is spelled wrong, choose the misspelled word. If all of the words are spelled correctly, choose "No mistake."
Decide which punctuation mark, if any, is needed. Will you help me search for my lost watch
Decide which punctuation mark, if any, is needed. I am all finished with my homework
Decide which punctuation mark, if any, is needed. Cats are clean and quiet pets
Decide which punctuation mark, if any, is needed. Get away
Decide which punctuation mark, if any, is needed. Did you remember to bring your umbrella
Find the sentence that is a complete sentence and is written correctly.
Find the sentence that is a complete sentence and is written correctly.
Find the sentence that is a complete sentence and is written correctly.
Find the sentence that is a complete sentence and is written correctly.
Find the sentence that is a complete sentence and is written correctly.
Read each topic sentence. Choose the answer choice that best develops each topic sentence. Jeremy's class went on a field trip to the San Diego Zoo.
Read each topic sentence. Choose the answer choice that best develops each topic sentence. Hearing is one of the five senses that people have.
Read each topic sentence. Choose the answer choice that best develops each topic sentence. Eric took his first trip on an airplane last month.
Decide if one part of the sentence does not use the correct capitalization or punctuation or if there is "No mistake."
Decide if one part of the sentence does not use the correct capitalization or punctuation or if there is "No mistake."
Decide if one part of the sentence does not use the correct capitalization or punctuation or if there is "No mistake."
Decide if one part of the sentence does not use the correct capitalization or punctuation or if there is "No mistake."
Decide if one part of the sentence does not use the correct capitalization or punctuation or if there is "No mistake."
Read each sentence. Find the word that correctly completes the sentence. Did __________ make this yourself?
Read each sentence. Find the word that correctly completes the sentence. Would you like to join ______ for a game of chess?
Certain bacteria live in the digestive systems of cows. The bacteria receive nutrients from food the cows eat. This relation is mutualistic because the cows
Kudzu is a common plant found in Alabama. Which statement correctly describes a relationship between kudzu and an abiotic factor in an ecosystem?
Which prefix refers to life/living?
Which term refers to nonliving things?
Which of the following is a biotic factor?
Which of the following is an abiotic factor?
Which statement describes a mutualistic relationship between populations of insects and wildflowers in a prairie ecosystem?
A certain species of vine grows on the trunk of a tree. The vine uses the tree to help it reach sunlight. Its relationship with the tree is called commensalism, meaning that
Cougars eat foxes, foxes eat rabbits, and rabbits eat dandelions. Which statement best describes a relationship between the populations in this community?
Bald eagles eat salmon. Salmon eat small fish. Small fish eat krill. Krill eat plankton. How would the community most likely change if krill were removed?
Which statement best describes Mars' distance in relation to the Sun?
Which of these planets is farthest from the Sun?
Which of the following planets is closest to the Sun?
Which of these four planets is the third closest to the Sun?
Light from the Sun is traveling through space. Which statement describes its path?
The farther a planet is from the Sun, the slower its orbiting speed. Which of the following planets has the slowest orbiting speed?
The farther a planet is from the Sun, the slower its orbiting speed. Which of the following planets has the fastest orbiting speed?
The farther a planet is from the Sun, the slower its orbiting speed. Which of the following planets has the second fastest orbiting speed?
What is the name of the third planet in our solar system?
What is the name of the eighth planet in our solar system?
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What is the most prominent layer of the sun?
What part of the sun emits light and heat
What are areas of gas on the sun that are cooler than the surrounding gases and therefore do not give off as much light?
What part of the sun sends out solar winds?
When gases in the atmosphere glow due to solar winds, what forms at the poles?
What protects Earth from solar winds?
Explosions of hot gases that occur when prominences connect are called
Prominences are usually located near
What is the outermost layer of the sun?
What part of the sun is blocked during a solar eclipse?
Sub-
Trans-
Post-
Mis-
Re-
Kilo
In- Im-
Mill-
Uni-
E- Ex- Ec-
Hinduism is polytheistic because
A government that elects representatives to govern is called a
Islam is monotheistic because
Which three religions are monotheistic
A government run by one person, with no input from anyone else is called
Feudalism is
Which of the following is not a characteristic of medieval Europe?
A government that believes it rules as God's representative to uphold God's laws is called
Which is not one of Islam's Five Pillars?
During the Umayyid caliphate, Islam spread as far as
the ability to do work
the force that makes objects fall toward the Earth's core
small parts working together as a whole
contains all of Earth's water
contains all living organisms
layer of gases (air) that surrounds the Earth
all of Earth's land and rocks, including the core, the mantle and the crust
oceanic crust is found in the
continental crust is found in the
lithosphere is the
asthenosphere is found in the
The layers of the Earth in order from INSIDE to OUTSIDE are
A warm fluid is _____________ dense than a cool fluid.
Heat transfer that is carried in rays (or waves) is called __________.
Heat transfer between materials that are solid and touching is called _________________.
Heat transfer by the movement of a fluid or a gas is called _____________.
the measurement of mass in a given volume (space)
Without heat, convection currents eventually stop.
Heat from the _______ and _______ cause convection currents in the mantle.
How does heat move?
I soon discovered that if a wayfaring stranger wishes to eavesdrop on a local population the places for him to slip in and hold his peace are bars and churches. In sentence 1, what does the narrator mean by the phrase hold his peace?
...the conversation resulted in the voluntary emancipation of the slave on the part of the master. What does the phrase voluntary emancipation of the slave on the part of the master mean?
Well, do not wait until your tenure as a high school student is over. What does the word tenure mean?
But there remain armed guards and checkpoints all the same--still a restriction on the right to travel, still an instrument to impose upon ordinary men and women the will of a totalitarian state. What does the word instrument mean in this speech?
According to the language in Amendment IV, when is a search or seizure deemed “unreasonable”?
What is the purpose of Sojourner Truth’s repetitive use of the phrase, And ain't I a woman?
When the speaker, Jane Eyre, says, I felt their eyes directed like burning- glasses against my scorched skin, which of the following does she most likely NOT mean?
Jane Eyre’s statement that the Rubicon was passed is what form of speech?
Which of the following is another way the pastor could have said Jane Eyre might be one of God’s own lambs?
When the pastor says Jane Eyre is an alien, he means that she is:
Which answer helps build goodwill between the patient and physician?
Choose the most common place of employment for the admin med asst.
A(n) _______ provides care during pregnancy and childbirth.
A(n) ___________ investigates the causes of disease.
A(n) ___________ maintains pain relief and bodily function stability.
The outward display of an employees values and standards is defined as:
Physicians rank _________ as the most important employee trait.
A thorough admin med asst produces work that is ____________.
___________ is a key component when working within the medical office environment.
To take action independently is to show ______________.
This is considered an aspect of self-motivation.
A mix of self-motivation and _________ should be used when seeking areas to assist fellow team members.
The AAMA requires CMA's to be recertified how often?
AHIMA offers ______________ certification exams in coding.
A certification exam to become certified medical admin asst specialist is offered only through the:
The core values of the IAAP include integrity, respect, adaptability, communication and ____________.
When speaking to terminally ill patients, what types of topics should you discuss?
Which of the following is the current preferred sign-in method?
Identify the sole judge of what information is to be given to or withheld from, the patient.
___________ is the tendency to believe that one's own race or ethnic is the most important and that some or all aspects of its culture are superior to those of other groups.
a rounded looking swelling
bitten repeatedly so as to wear away little by little
a place where fruit trees grow
rumpled as in hair
the excrement of farm animals
going astray, sneaky
a dirty mark made by rubbing or smearing
to draw or hunch up the shoulders as with dislike
slightly turned up and flattened at the end, as the nose
people who are present at an action
Water vapor enters the atmosphere through:
Water that is leaving the atmosphere is:
When a cloud is made from water vapor it is called
Big puffy clouds are called:
These clouds form in sheets or layers
These clouds are wispy and curly
Clouds that are likely to produce rain are called:
This cycle describes how water is reused over and over
Large frozen pellets of ice falling from the atmosphere are called
Water that crystallizes in the clouds and falls to the earth is called
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What was the author\'s reaction when her friends described their experiences with the Holocost?
The author believes there is no better way to teach human dignity than through a story.
What was the author\'s response to Ruth, the 13 year old girl?
Most people wanted to tell their stories.
A young man approached the author and said,
Why tell rather than write oral history?
Because of this author\'s published readings....
People talked about their experiences right after the Holocost
I enjoyed this reading.
Storytellers are the ............. not only of oral traditions but also of the right to tell and listen to the history of human development
Which of the following types of government has shared power?
Which of the following governments is characterized by total government control?
Which of the following best describes the government of Australia?
Which type of government would most likely abolish all opposing political parties, the direct election of leaders, and free speach?
In which system of government does the legislature elect the executive leader of the government?
What is the basic way citizens of a democratic nation can influence the government?
Which best describes how a parliamentary democracy differs from a presidential democracy?
This group was created in 1993 for the purpose of creating a single economic market in which there are no barriers to trade, service, or capital among the member states.
Which of the following best identifies the government of Mexico?
Which of the following is the name of Australia\'s legislative branch?
How did Canada achieve independence from Great Britain?
Who were the first inhabitants of Australia?
Which of the following was an important cause of the Russian Revolution in 1917?
Which country had the most significant impact on the language and relgion of Latin America?
After a ten year struggle, Haiti was the first nation in Latin America to gain independence in 1804. How did Haiti win independence from France?
A book about the history of Latin America during the 1800s featuring Toussaint L'Ouverture, Simon Bolivar, and Miguel Hidalgo, would most likely have which title?
In the 1800s, Miguel Hidalgo helped to inspire the people of Mexico to rise up against which country to eventually gain independence?
Today, some citizens and elected leaders of Quebec believe their province should take which action?
Today, some Canadian citizens want to be their own independent country. Which province are they from?
What was not a reason for the establishment of Eurpean overseas colonies?
The African slave trade grew because European nations wanted the captured Africans
Spain colonized many countries in Latin America. How is Spain's influence still seen in these countries today?
Withdrawl from WWI, poverty, starvation, overthrow of the czar, civil war and communism are associated with the
In the 1400s, this man helped Portugal take an early lead in exploration by providing money to study navigation, develop better boats, and encourage voyages along Africa.
In the 1500s, the Incan civilization was conquered by Spanish soldiers led by
In the 1500s the Aztec Empire in Central America was conquered by Spanish soldiers led by
The first Australians were nomadic hunters and gatherers. When Europeans reached Australia, they called the dark-skinned people they encountered _____.
Cortes and Pizarro were able to conquer the Aztecs and Incas because
The freedom fighter that worked to free South America and is known as the "Liberator" is _______________.
Canada gained its independence from Britain by
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Which of the following is the main cause of pollution in Chernobyl, Ukraine?
Which of the following is a reason for the destruction of Brazil's rain forest?
Which feature is found on the western border of South America?
Which of the following allows passage between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean?
Which country has a problem with air pollution due to a large population, older vehicles, and geographic location?
Which of the following is not an environmental concern of Germany?
Which of the following is shared by the USA and Canada?
Which of the following separates Europe from Asia?
Which of the following is a country, continent, and island?
Which of the following separates France and the United Kingdom?
An educated guess is also called a(n)
When scientists talk to other scientists about their ideas or findings they are
This measurement system has kilograms, liters, and centimeters.
When scientists group data according to similarities they _____________ the data
What statement could be answered using scientific inquiry?
When you ________________ you are taking what you know and using it to form a conclusion.
How many grams are in 10 kilograms?
5 mL is equal to _______ liters.
When scientists observe data and form an opinion, they are ______________.
1600m is equal to how many centimeters?
An object will ___________________ when it gains speed by rolling down a hill.
____________ is when two objects are in contact with each other.
_____________ is the speed and direction of an object
The force that causes the tides to change is __________________.
When a roller coaster is on top of a hill, it has ___________________ energy.
When a roller coaster is flying down the hill, it has ________________ energy.
The ____________ of an object affects it's speed.
What law states that an object in motion will stay in motion until an outside force acts upon it.
______________ can be written as 50mph
What is the equation used to determine an objects speed?
A relationship where both animals benefit is called....
A relationship where one animal benefits and the other is unharmed is called...
A relationship where one animal benefits and the other is harmed is called....
The role of an organism in it's community is it's....
The way an organism changes over time to be better suited for it's environment is called...
A dominant gene will _____________ a recessive gene.
Genes that are not as popular in society are....
The information that is sent from a nerve to the brain is a(n) _______________ message.
The message that the brain tells the nerve to do after a message is sent is called a(n) _________ message.
When matter is broken down over time it is _________________.
Which of the following is a compound?
Which of the following is NOT a compound?
The substances that produce new substances are called...
The substances that are produced when substances are mixed are called...
When a substance changes phase from liquid to solid it is called...
When a substance goes from solid to gas, without going through liquid it is called...
The step of the water cycle where clouds are produced is....
Solid particles are ______________ than liquid particles.
Gas particles are __________ than liquid and solid particles.
What order is correct in terms of particle speeds from slowest to fastest?
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What is 'the girl' in Spanish?
What is 'the children' in Spanish?
What is 'the female friend' in Spanish?
What question word is '¿Cuándo?' ?
All are reasons why communities grew EXCEPT...
All are reasons why communities grew EXCEPT...
The New Jersey State bird is the...
The New Jersey State flower is the...
The New Jersey State insect is the...
The New Jersey State animal is the...
The New Jersey State tree is the...
The New Jersey State motto is the...
All are ways we learn about the past EXCEPT...
All are ways we learn about the past EXCEPT...
The electorate is the _____.
A platform is a statement of a political party's ________.
Someone that is running for office is a ______.
A group of people that have the same beliefs about how the government should be run is a _____.
Which of the following is not a function of political parties?
T.V. commercials, speeches, and websites are ways to _______.
Picking out a candidate is an example of ___.
Voting, donating money and volunteering are ways to ______.
Watching other political parties to see if they are doing things they should not do.
Who are the best teachers?
Waves that move the particles of the medium parallel to the direction in which the waves are traveling are called
The interaction between two waves that meet is called
Sound is a disturbance that travels through a medium as a
Waves are created when a source of energy causes a medium to
Loudness, or sound level, is measured in units called
As a sound source moves toward a listener, the pitch
Which term refers to how high or low a sound seems to a person?
Frequency is measured in units called
Sound does NOT travel through
The amount of energy a sound wave carries through a medium
Which part of your ear do sound waves enter through?
A disturbance that transfers energy from place to place is called a
The maximum distance that the particles of a medium move from the starting position is the
Which part of your ear send the message to your brain that you've heard a sound?
The distance between two corresponding parts of a wave is the wave's
The most common type of hearing loss is due to
All are ways we learn about the past EXCEPT...
All are ways we learn about the past EXCEPT...
It's important to preserve old buildings and put up historical markers because they help us find out about local history and the past.
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