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Preserving old buildings doesn't help us understnd how they helped our communities grow.
It's important to preserve old buildings because...
The study of the Earth and how we use it is...
History is...
Objects that were made or used by people in the past are...
Historical sources are...
The New Jersey State Motto is...
What five Eastern Woodland Tribes formed the Iroquois League?
How did men participate in the Iroquois government?
How did women participate in the Iroquois governement?
Which tribe of the Iroquois League is the farthest from the Atlantic Ocean?
What types of animals did the Iroquois League hunt?
What was the Iroquois building that they used for shelter?
Which state do the Iroquois still live in today?
Which tribe of the Iroquois League are known as the skilled builders?
What was one way that the Iroquois did NOT use the woodlands?
What did the Iroquois do to show their appreciation for a successful harvest?
Two things that are used to describe matter are
The potential to undergo some chemical change or reaction because of its composition is called a
A characteristic that can be observed or measured without changing the composition is called a.
A change in a substance that does not change its identity is called a
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apart to form new substances is called
One example of a physical change is
One example of a chemical change is
One example of a physical property is
One example of a chemical property is
A new substance is created in a
What is an example of a conditional probability?
What is an example of a mutually exclusive event?
Which of these is a valid subject for an observational study?
Which of the below is a threshold sample size?
Does sample size affect the margin of error?
What distinguishes an observational study from an experiment?
Which way is up on a compas?
In the news, where does one see margin of error?
Which Italian mathemetition gave us the zero?
What is the visual image associated with Normal Distribution?
An organism that can make its own food is called a(an)
All of the following are part of an ATP molecule EXCEPT
Energy stored in ATP is released when
The reactants of photosynthesis are
Plants gather the sun's energy with light-absorbing molecules called
The principle light-absorbing molecule in plants is
The products of photosynthesis are
Organisms that obtain energy from food they eat are called
The source of all energy found in food is
A principle chemical compound cells use to store and release energy is
having the ability to think in a logical way
to get from a source
facts, figures, and other kinds of information
to mention as proof or evidence
problems or disadvantages
careful examination or study of something
to move forward or make progress
an opposing, or disagreeing, point of view
The process of drawing conclusions
Which word has almost the same meaning as the word CITE?
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Most of the elements in the periodic table are
Mendeleev arranged the elements by
The horizontal row on the periodic table is called a(n)
Which of the following tells the physical state of an element at room temperature?
How do the physical and chemical properties of the elements change?
What is necessary for substances to burn?
Transition metals are
The 'elements' properties follow a pattern that repeats every
The vertical column of elements of the periodic table is called a(n)
Which element group has all nonmetals?
How are electrons in an atom organized?
What are the only parts of an atom that makes chemical bonds?
What is the same within each group on the periodic table?
Why don't noble gases normally form chemical bonds?
What is the charge of a sodium ion with 11 protons and 10 electrons?
The more easily an atom gains an electron, what does it release more of?
What ending is used for the names of negative ions formed when atoms gain electrons
What is the smallest particle into which a covalently bonded compound can be divided and still be the same compound?
Why can metal be shaped?
What allows metals to bond?
All animals have eukaryotic cells and are
Walking is an example of
To find their way when migrating some animals use
A dolphin's whistles and clicks are example of communication using
What kind of behavior do animals use to protect themselves and their territories, food, mates, and offspring?
How might animals living in a group deal with a food shortage?
Which statement about communication between animals is false?
The relationship between a worm and a robin can be expressed as
When a bee does the "waggle dance" to direct other bees toward a food soure, what is it using to communicate?
Which of the following is an exampe of innate behavior?
A plant that bends toward the light is showing
Root tops of most plants grow toward the center of the Earth. This action is a
Leaves turn orange and yellow in fall because
The energy that starts the process of photosynthesis comes from
A plant seed develops from
Stomata are important because they
Deciduous trees shed their leaves
Plants that bloom whne nights are long are called
Which of the following lists the three ways in which plants reproduce asexually?
The seeds of some plants are protected by
Heredity is the
Define Pure
What is the Nucleus?
Phenotype is?
Mitosis is?
Meiosis is what?
A Dominant trait is?
What is a hybrid?
What does DNA do?
What do you use a Punnett Square for?
Genes are:
What is Fertilization?
Haploid means....
TT is an example of a
If the parents were Dd and DD, what is the chance the child would have the dominant gene?
How many different combinations could you get with parents that are Bb and Bb?
These genes cause traits to be more likely to occur:
What can a parent not genetically pass down to the offspring?
The double helix of DNA looks like:
What is another name for genes?
Guanine pairs with?
Adenine pairs with?
When does chromosome duplication occur?
How many chromosomes does a human have?
If a cell has 46 chromosomes, how many will it have after mitosis?
Which is a hybrid?
What % of people would be pure recessive if the parents are Gg and gg
What % of people would be pure dominant if the parents are Gg and gg?
What % of people would be pure dominant if the parents are Gg and Gg?
If brown hair (B) is domiant and a person is hybrid, what would thier genotype be?
Which cell structure carries out a function for a cell that is similar to the function that bark carries out for a tree?
A student observes a flower, an apple, a dog, and a tree. Which of the organisms that the student sees has different cells than the rest and how are they different?
A human cheek cell and an onion cell have similar organelles. Why might cells from different organisms have similar structures?
Which example correctly identifies the organization of a multicellular organism from simple to complex?
Which of the following lists a multicellular organism's structure from simplest to most complex?
What common function does a human lung, a fish gill and a frogs skin have?
A fire sweeps through a field burning everything to the ground. In order for the ecosystem to reestablish itself, which organism must be the first to return?
Which biotic factors could limit the population of deer in the environment?
How does a producer convert solar energy into stored chemical energy?
The goldenrod gall forms around the eggs of a gall fly and protects the eggs. The goldenrod plant does not benefit and is not harmed. What type of symbiotic relationship is this?
A living thing that makes its own food?
A living thing that eats other living things to get energy?
An animal that eats plants. They are called PRIMARY CONSUMERS because they are the first consumer in a food chain.
An animal that eats other animals, a MEAT EATER. They are also considered SECONDARY CONSUMERS.
An animal that hunts and kills its food.
An animal that is hunted and eaten by a predator.
An animal that eats both plants and animals.
A type of carnivore that feeds on dead animals.
Living things that get all their energy from dead materials. They generally live on dead materials.
This animal is an example of a decomposer.
A _________ is a plan for doing something, like an experiment.
The information gathered from an experiment is called __________.
An _________ is when you make a reasonable guess about something.
An __________ is what you do to test your hypothesis.
An educated guess of the answer to your question is called a ___________.
_______ are what you notice or see happening during your experiment.
A statement about what you think will happen in the future is called a __________.
If we all put one of our shoes in a pile, examine them, and put them into groups according to common characteristics, we are using the skills of:
You cannot make a __________ until you have collected all of your data and asked yourself questions about the data collected.
Questioning, forming a hypothesis, following procedures, running tests, making observations, recording results and data, and drawing conclusions are all a part of:
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winds that blow over short distances
high speed winds 10 km above Earth
air movement caused by differences in air pressure
increased cooling by wind from removing body heat
transfer of heat when two substances touch
instrument used to measure air temperature
total amount of energy of a substance
process by which gases hold heat in the air
form of energy that can travel through space
direct transfer of heat by electromagnetic waves
average amount of energy of a substance
transfer of heat by the movement of a fluid
the way the Earth's rotation makes winds curve
flow of air from land to a body of water
instrument used to measure wind speed
flow of air from water to land
Form of energy that has longer wavelengths than visible light and can be felt as heat
winds that blow over long distances
type of energy that has shorter wavelengths than visible light and can cause sunburns and skin cancer
if you want to keep source formatting when copying and pasting, you would use
which of the following is a table tools contextual tab?
To move one cell to the right in a table, which keyboard button would you press?
to change the border on your table you would need to use the ___________ tab
to add a row to your table you would need to use the ___________ tab
in a Word table, columns are _____________ and rows are ______________
you can set horizontal and vertical alignment within a cell
to combine multiple cells into one is to _______________ cells
when you choose the draw table option, your cursor turns into a ____________
to change the name BUSINESS to ENTREPRENEURSHIP in a document where it is used multiple times, use this option...
where can autocorrect settings be changed?
a Word document can be saved as a different type of file
to open the spelling and grammar check, use the ....
the ______________ gives synonyms for a selected word
information that is copied is placed on the
to place a table in your document, use the ___________ tab
to select the entire table, use the button located where?
how many table alignment options are there listed in the alignment group?
to apply unique shading, alignment, text color, etc... to a table with the click of a button, use this option
selecting IGNORE ALL in the spelling and grammar check will ignore all misspelled words
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The ability to use language to express one's thoughts and to understand other people orally in writing.
The ability to hear music in one's head, and to hear tones, rhythms, and larger musical patterns.
The ability to manipulate numbers, quantities, and operations accompanied by a love of dealing with abstraction.
The ability to use the whole body or parts of the body to solve a problem, create a product, or to put on some kind of production.
The ability to discriminate among living things and to see patterns; also, a sensitivity to features of the natural world.
The ability to notice and make distinction among other individuals; a strong understanding of other people.
The ability to know and understand one's self, including goals, tendencies, talents, and limitations.
The ability to represent the spatial world visually in one's mind.
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a right brain dominant person?
Which of the following is a characteristic of a Left-Brain dominant person?
the process in which matter changes state from gas to liquid
the slow changing of a liquid into a gas
Any form of water particles that falls from the atmosphere and reaches the ground.
the loss of water through a plant’s leaves. 
The food-making process in green plants that uses sunlight. 
breathing in oxygen and breathing out carbon dioxide
warming of Earth's surface and the air above it. It is caused by gases in the air that trap energy from the sun.
This is the process by which ammonium gets changed into nitrates by bacteria. Nitrates are what the plants can then absorb.
Nitrogen gas is fixed, or changed into forms of nitrogen that plants can use. These forms are nitrates or ammonia.
An organism that makes its own food. (plants)
What are the reactants of photosynthesis?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Where does the light dependent reaction occur?
Where does the light independent reaction (Calvin cycle) occur?
What are the products of the light dependent reactions?
From where does the Calvin cycle get its high energy molecules to fuel its reactions?
What is the enzyme in the electron transport chain the produces ATP?
In the electron transport chain, what is pumped across the thylakoid membrane to produce an electrochemical gradient to fuel the production of ATP?
What is the pick up molecule to begin the Calvin cycle?
The most abundant photopigment in the thylakoid membrane is (are)
What is 'el hijo' in English?
What is 'el hermano' in English?
What is 'el amigo' in English?
What is 'El padre' in English?
What is 'los novios' in English?
What question word is 'quién'?
What question word is 'por qué'?
What question word is 'cómo'?
'Los hermanos' in English?
'Las personas' in English?
'El hermano' in English?
'Los novios' in English?
What is 'the friends' in Spanish?
What question word is '¿cuántos?' ?
What is 'the sister' in Spanish?
What is 'the family' in Spanish?
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In an experiment, there should be only one _________. Everything else should be a ________.
Which of the following is an inference?
Which metric unit can be used to measure mass?
If we wanted to measure the volume of a liquid, which scientific instrument would you use?
A hypothesis is an idea that can be tested by observation and experiment. Which of the following is the BEST example of a hypothesis?
Students in Ms. Childress's class want to find out which of their toy cars is the fastest at rolling down a hill. Which scientific instrument would you use?
Tara did an experiment and got one set of results. She did the same experiment again and got very different results. What should Tara do next?
If we wanted to measure the length of an object, which scientific instrument would you use?
Which metric units can be used to measure temperature?
Which metric units can be used to measure volume?
_______ is the location of an object.
When talking about an object's position, we compare it with surrounding objects that ______.
Which of the following is NOT a word used to describe an object's position?
_________ is how fast an object is going and the distance traveled in a unit of time.
All of the following measurements can be used for speed except ___________.
An object's speed can ____________.
Energy that is being stored or waiting to be used is called _____________.
If a man is swinging a golf club, what kind of energy is he using?
Which of the following is an example of potential energy?
The ability to do work is known as ___________.
The sun is an example of a source for which type of energy?
At which point will a golf ball have the MOST kinetic energy?
A force that is constantly pushing down on us or pulls objects together is _________.
__________ is a push or pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change speed or direction.
Isaac Newton made a law saying unless acted upon by a force, objects in motion tend to stay in motion and objects at rest tend to stay at rest. He called this idea:
If Ms. Childress tries to open her car door and the wind blows it closed, which force is greater?
This type of energy has moving molecules where the heat finds the cold and the cold finds the heat.
Examples of this force include rubbing a balloon on your hair and wool against plastic bags.
If Ms. Childress has to travel 280 meters to get to her family's house for Spring Break and she is going 40 meters per hour, how long will she be driving?
If Ms. Childress has to travel 1200 meters to go to a wedding and she is driving 50 meters per hour, how long will she be driving?
Who was responsible for discovering that lightning is electricity? This person also discovered the lightning rod along with many other inventions.
The first electric motor, generators, and electromagnets were some of the wonderful inventions by a man named ___________.
_________ created the light bulb and many other inventions important to mankind.
Which of these is NOT an example of static electricity?
Which form of static electricity can be very harmful?
Which of these materials is the best electrical conductor?
What can rubber, glass, and plastic all be used as?
Which of these is NOT a conductor?
Many electrical wires are wrapped with a plastic coating because plastic is _______.
A current is defined as:
Benjamin Franklin conducted a famous experiment that showed that lightning was:
A circuit is:
What symbols show the charges for a battery?
In a __________ circuit, there are two or more paths on which the electric current can travel.
In an open circuit, the lights on a circuit would be:
When a bulb is removed from a __________ circuit, the remaining lights will remain on.
In a ______ circuit, the lights would remain ______.
When a bulb is removed from a __________ circuit, the remaining lights will go out.
The two types of electricity are:
Atoms can be found in:
Water and nutrients enter the plant where?
In green plants, photosynthesis takes place mostly in the:
This is the male part in flowering plants:
_________ help plants capture light, which is used to make food for the plant.
This is the female part in flowering plants:
_______ is the green part of plants that is used in photosynthesis.
The part of the plant that supports the flower and leaves, transports water and nutrients is the:
Which of the following is NOT one of the four main parts of a plant?
The part of the plant that has the role of food making is the:
For reproduction, ferns have ________ on the back of their leaves.
The flower gets its protection from this part of the plant before it blooms:
The part of the plant where reproduction takes place is the:
The ________ anchors the plant to the ground and absorbs water and minerals to nourish the plant.
What is it called when a bee carries pollen from the stamen of a flower to a pistil?
What is the part of the flower where seeds are formed?
Which function is NOT important for a plant?
Which of the following statements is NOT true?
What is the correct term for the "scattering" of seeds?
_________ is when a plant stops making food.
What are two things that are produced from photosynthesis?
_______ is a part of the pistil.
The ________ is the sticky part of a flower that catches pollen.
Which part of the flower makes pollen?
Which plants reproduce with spores?
The Plant Kingdom can be divided into two main groups. These groups are:
One plant is placed in sunlight and one plant is placed in darkness. They are given adequate water. Which plant would you expect to be healthier?
You pull off all the leaves on a flowering plant. What might happen to the plant?
Plants need sunlight, _________ and _________ to go through photosynthesis.
Plants produce _________ during photosynthesis.
Plants release ___________ during photosynthesis.
What do you call the organisms at the beginning of every food chain?
Which of the following is NOT one of the Five Kingdoms that scientists use to classify organisms?
All organisms are made up of tiny parts of matter called ________.
Changing the number of producers or consumers within a particular community usually does what?
What is the color of a fish, its shape, its size, the structure of its gills, and the way it acts an example of?
What is the best example of a decomposer?
What do you call the 'job' an organism performs in a food chain?
Animals and plants go through stages in their life. What is this process called?
Which animal and habitat pair is NOT correct?
With the removal of rabbits from an ecosystem, foxes may choose a different food source. This is an example of:
Protective coloration (camouflage) is an example of:
A blue crab lives in the Chesapeake Bay. To this crab, the Chesapeake Bay is its:
Which of the following best describes a community?
Which choice below shows an example of human influence on an environment?
Today, which of the following would you say is responsible for endangering the greatest number of land species?
An ecosystem is best described as:
What is it called when animals fall into a deep sleep through the winter?
Adaptations are:
An ecosystem includes:
Butterflies go through __________ metamorphosis, and grasshoppers go through _________ metamorphosis.
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Photosynthesis is the process in which a plant makes
Spores are found on the underside of what type of plant
A plant that has a life cycle lasting only a single growing season and then dies. ex Sunflower
A type of plant in which its parts are used to flavor foods or for medicine
Plants, such as desert cacti, that survive in dry climates by storing water in their fleshy tissue leaves.
A plant that lives for more than a year. This includes roses, bushes and trees.
A variety of plants grown indoors for decorative purposes and also help to improve the air
Annual plants like the sunflower only grow in the garden for
Herbs are type of plants use for
Perennial plants live for
Succulent plants store water in their leaves so you should water them
Houseplants like to live in what type of conditions
What is the name of the restaurant that Addie goes to?
How did Dwight meet Hannah?
What lie did Mommers tell Pete that made Addie mad?
What did Addie learn from the email that Mommers sent to Pete?
Who is Hannah?
What did Addie discover was wrong with Soula
Why was Addie worried about Mommers being gone so long for her interview?
What did Addie originally want to do on Halloween?
Why was Addie upset when Mommers left the trailer?
What did Dwight tell Addie that made her so happy?
What did Addie end up actually doing on Halloween night?
Why was Soula vommiting in Chap 12?
Who is Pete?
What did Addie name the new pet?
How did the girl's feel about their gift to Addie?
What does mom spend alot of time doing in the home?
Why hasn't Addie's teacher been able to reach Mommer's?
How does Addie respond when she learns of Dwight and Hannah's engagement?
Small island nation consisting of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland
Largest country in the world
Located in Western and Central Europe
Located in Southern Europe on a peninsula
capital of United Kingdom
capital of Italy
Capital of Germany
Most people live in the western part on the Northern European Plain
Gulf stream causes this country's climate to be mild with plenty of rain which is good for crops.
Located near the Arctic Ocean, very cold climate (Tundra, subarctic, humid, and continental climates)
Mountains cover 70 percent of the country
mild climate good for agriculture which uses about 1/2 of its land
What natural resource does United kingdom, Russia, and Germany have in common?
Tourism is the most important industry.
Known for growing grapes, making wine, breadbasket-wheat
lots of minerals but difficult and expensive to harvest and transport due to harsh climate and mountains
German and English are what types of language?
French, Spanish, and Italian are what types of language?
Russian is an example of what type of language?
Slavic is based on what alphabet?
Which of the following is NOT a state of matter
True or False: A change that produces one or more new substances is called a physical change.
True or False: The smallest particle of an element is called an atom.
True or False: A substance that undergoes a phyiscal change is still the same substance after the change.
Soil, as salad, and sugar water are all examples of
The density of a block of wood with a volume of 20 cubic centimeters and a mass of 100 grams is
Two or more atoms that are held together by chemical bonds is called a
The tarnishing of a metal is an example of
In what kind of mixture can you see all the parts?
Hardness, texture, color, and freezing point are examples of
1. The PRIMARY structure of a cell membrane is composed of--
2. The plasma membrane of a cell is selectively permeable, which means it—
Depending on its electric charge, shape, and chemical properties, a substance may or may not be allowed to pass through a cell membrane. This function of the cell membrane is important because it _____________.
The main difference between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells is that prokaryotic cells do not have a --
Monomers of nucleic acids are called--
Monomers of proteins are called--
Monomers of carbohydrates are called--
What is the function of the cell membrane?
What type of organism are prokaryotic?
FREEBIE! What class is this?
What environmental problem does Germany have?
Which Country in Europe has the smog air pollution problem?
What environmental problem did Ukraine have?
How does nature play a role in Germany's acid rain problem?
What are the main causes of acid rain
Which situation is an effect of acid rain?
What is the main cause of air pollution in the United Kingdom?
What was created after the Great Smog of 1952?
What was an effect of the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl, Ukraine?
What did the government do to make the reactor safe?
Main idea: Dogs are good friends. Which sentence BEST supports the main idea?
Main idea: Camouflage protects animals. Which sentence is NOT a supporting detail?
Main idea: Exercise is healthy. Choose the supporting detail.
This summer we went on a trip to the beach. While we were there we did lots of fun things. One day we built a sand castle. Another day we went fishing. On the last day we went for a ride on a sailboat. It was the best vacation! What is the main idea?
Charlie is my dog. He gets into a lot of trouble. He digs holes in my mom's garden. He chews my dad's slippers. He also eats our food. My parents have signed Charlie up for an obedience class. I hope he learns some manners. What is the main idea?
Kites come in many different styles, shapes and sizes. Some kites are made out of paper or cloth. They come in different shapes like diamond, box and animal shapes. Kites come in different sizes. Kites are a lot of fun to fly. What is the main idea?
Ice cream is a tasty treat. There are many different flavors to choose from. Ice cream is cool and creamy and there are lots of different toppings you can sprinkle on top. Ice cream is the best treat on a hot day! What is the main idea?
Yesterday I went to my friend Sally's birthday party. It was so much fun. We played lots of games. We also hit a pinata until the candy fell out. There was a magician there doing magic tricks. It was a great party. What is the main idea?
I love winter because there are so many fun things to do when it snows. I like to build a snowman. I also like having snowball fights. Most of all, I like to go sledding. Winter is the best season! What is the main idea?
Choose the word that is the main idea.
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The blanket of air that surrounds our Earth is called the ___________.
The condition of the air around us at a certain time and place is called ________.
The layer of the atmosphere where weather occurs is called ____________.
Which tool would be used to measure wind speed?
A meteorologist is someone who studies the ___________.
When the air around us is cool, it ___________.
All around us is _________. It comes from the atmosphere and takes up space.
__________ has warm air and bring windy, rainy, and cloudy weather.
A wind vane is used to measure ____________.
___________ has cool air and brings dry and clear weather.
A _________ is a tool used to measure air pressure.
When the air around us is warm, it ___________.
_________ is how much moisture is in the air.
Any form of water that falls from the atmosphere to Earth's surface is called _______.
A _______ is used to measure the amount of rainfall or precipitation.
Which tool measures how hot or cold something is?
A front is formed when two air masses with different __________ bump into each other.
A _______ occurs when cold air forces its way under warm air and may produce a thunderstorm.
A _______ occurs when warm air rides over cold air then rises and cools, and may produce light rain.
The most common type of storm in Virginia is the _________.
Thunderstorms happen most often during which months in Virginia?
Hurricanes begin as small __________.
Hurricanes grow larger because of ________ as they travel over warm ocean waters.
Tornadoes form without warning during ___________.
A tornado forms when a column of warm air begins to spin upward, forming a __________.
Which type of precipitation is made of ice crystals?
Which type of precipitation is made of ice crystals that melt and refreeze?
Which type of precipitation is made of water droplets?
Which type of precipitation is made of a rain and snow mixture?
Choose the answer that has the correct order of the water cycle.
What does Mater, Matri mean?
What's the word for across?
What's the word for free?
Human, man (kind)
Not; take away, fall away from
Great, Large
Race, people, culture
Pater, Patri
believe, believable, faith
Words, Speech
Fluffy, white clouds with flat bottoms are called:
Smooth, gray clouds that cover the whole sky are called:
Feathery clouds are called:
Tall, dark, heavy clouds are called:
Cumulus clouds are usually associated with which type of weather?
Cirrus clouds are usually associated with which type of weather?
Stratus clouds are usually associated with which type of weather?
Cumulo-nimbus clouds are usually associated with which type of weather?
The boundary between air masses of different temperature and humidity is known as a:
Which extreme weather are you more likely to see in the Great Plains area of the United States?
The Earth is the _______ planet from the Sun.
The Earth is estimated to be _________.
When we say the Earth is a geologically active planet, this means that the surface is constantly ____________.
Unlike the other three rocky inner planets, the Earth has large amounts of _______.
The imaginary line that the Earth spins on as it rotates is called its ________.
When Earth spins on its axis and turns in and out of sunlight, we call this _________.
It takes the Earth _________ to complete one rotation.
Earth's movement, or orbit, around the sun is called _____________.
It takes the Earth ___________ to revolve one time around the Sun.
The Earth's tilting on its axis and revolving around the sun allows us to have ________.
a virtual leader
autonomous groups
to collaborate on a project
to transcribe
a collective opinion
to depict a situation
reluctant people
to disrupt the meeting
a paramount need
functional clothing
Ancient people, such as Aristotle and Ptolemy, believed that the Earth was the center of the universe and that the Sun, stars, and planets revolved around it. They called this:
Copernicus and Galileo believed the Sun was the center of the entire universe and started the beginning of the __________.
The Earth's moon is a small, rocky __________.
The light we see on the Moon is caused by __________.
The size of the Moon is ________ the size of Earth.
The Moon has all of the following characteristics EXCEPT:
The mass of the moon is __________ the mass of Earth.
The ______ are caused by rotation and revolution.
If the moon is in the crescent phase, this means ___ of its face is lit up.
If the moon is in the gibbous phase, this means ________ of its face is lit up.
The ________ was the first space capsule to land on the Moon.
The first two men to land on the Moon's surface in the Lunar Module were _____ and _____.
The first space capsule to land on the Moon launched from Cape Kennedy on ________.
The Sun is approximately __________ years old.
The sun is a(n) __________.
The temperature of the Sun is estimated to be __________.
The diameter of the Sun is _______ times bigger than the diameter of Earth.
It takes the Sun ________ to make one rotation.
________ are dark areas on the Sun's surface that tend to rise and fall over 11 year periods.
Arcs of gas that erupt from the surface of the Sun and spew large amounts of solar material into space are called ______.
What is the setting of a story?
What is the plot of a story?
What is the mood of a story?
What is a conflict?
Which of the cases below would be considered a person vs. person conflict?
What is the climax of a story?
What is a first person narrator?
What is an omniscient narrator?
What is a theme?
What is foreshadowing?
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Laws for trade between Britain and its colonies. Colonists had to ship products to England. These laws made colonists angry because they couldn't trade with other countries.
Who fought as an ally to the French in the French and Indian War?
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What are the subunits of carbohydrates?
Fatty acids combine to form...
Grease and oil are an example of...
What is the only macromolecule that contains phosphorus?
All organic molecules contain...
DNA and RNA are examples of...
What is the function of most proteins in the body?
Monomers combine to form...
Lipids are usually...
Which of the four macromolecules do you eat?
A Kinesthetic learner will often wiggle, tap their feet, or move their legs when they sit.
A visual learner would benefit from using flash cards to study class material.
An Auditory learner would enjoy participating in science lab experiments.
Visual learners usually find it easy to learn foreign languages.
: An Auditory learner prefers learning that uses charts, pictures, maps, and graphs.
A Kinesthetic learner needs to take frequent study breaks
A Visual learner would learn best by participating in a classroom discussion
A Visual Learner would study best in a quiet place away from verbal disturbances.
Remembers through images and pictures
Prefers logical appeals
producing just enough crops to meet your family's needs, with little left over
Which group of colonies practiced subsistence farming?
What name is given to the leg of triangular trade where slaves are brought to the West Indies from Africa?
These colonies had the greatest ethnic diversity.
These were strict rules that controlled the behavior and punishment of slaves.
This religious group became leaders in the opposition to slavery.
Who signed the English Bill of Rights into law in 1689?
This set of laws controlled trade by and to the colonies
Why were the Navigation Acts written?
What was the Great Awakening?
What caused the trouble between French and British settlers in North America?
What was the Iroquois Confederacy?
Which colonial lieutenant was sent to build a fort near present day Pittsburgh?
What was the Albany Plan of Union?
Why did the individual colonies refuse to adopt the Albany Plan of Union?
Which British commander was killed in an ambush?
Which British official and military planner promised that Britain would cover war expenses?
Which document ended the French and Indian War?
Which British law prohibited colonial settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains?
Why did the Proclamation of 1763 anger settlers?
The combination of alleles for a given trait (FF, Ff, ff)
The name for the science of heredity
A cell containing two different alleles for a given trait
The form of a trait which is masked or hidden
Person/s given credit for starting the the science of heredity
Homozygous dominant
Hybrid
Heterozygous dominant
The physical characteristics of an individual
The first individuals crossed in a genetics experiment
Plant with tube-like structures that move minerals and water,throughout the plant.
Plants that keep their needles and or leaves throughout the year
Plants that grow cones instead of flowers to protect their seeds.
Flowering plants that produce seeds enclosed in a fruit.
The protective outer layer of seeds
The process by which a plant grows from a seed
Designed to pull water and minerals from whatever material the plant sits on.
What happens during the process of germination
Which of the following would be considered an angiosperm
Conifers grow cones to protect their
A mixture of various decaying organic substances, as dead leaves used for improving garden soil
To decay or to break down into basic elements
Materials that have never been alive
Composed of matter other than plant or animal found on Earth,examples nitrogen and phosphorous
Substances found in food that organisms needs to grow, repair itself, and supply energy
Matter that is or was once part of a living organism
A substance that promotes plant growth by supplying minerials such as nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium
A group of organic compounds found in fruits and vegetables essential for human growth
Which of the following woud be an inorganic material
Which of the following would be an organic material
The yellow powder found on the top of the stamen in flowers
The part of the plant where most of the food is made
The green pigment in plants that absorbs light energy used to carry out photosynthesis
In plants these type of roots are generally about the same size and there are many.
The female reproductive part of a flower that leads to the ovaries.
A large vertical root (like a carrot) with a few smaller roots
The reproductive cells that is located on the underside of a fern leaf that look like dots
The male reproductive organ of a flower
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What is a simile?
What is a metaphor?
What is an idiom?
What is a cliche?
What is imagery?
What is alliteration?
What is onomatopoeia?
What is repetition?
What is a hyperbole?
What is personification?
Which was NOT a physical characteristic of Ancient Greece?
Which was NOT a human characteristic of Ancient Greece?
What type of government did Ancient Greece have?
Which was NOT a way in which Ancient Greeks adapted to their environment?
What is a contribution?
What type of architecture did ancient Greeks use in their buildings? (We sometimes use these in our buildings today)
Which is a famous building in ancient Greece?
What sporting event do we have today that began in ancient Greece?
Democracy is which type of government?
Which was not a common type of art found in Ancient Greece?
Which was NOT a physical characteristic of Ancient Rome?
Which was NOT a human characteristic of Ancient Rome?
Which type of government did Ancient Rome have?
Which type of architecture did Ancient Romans use in their buildings?
The ancient Romans adapted to their environment in all of the following ways EXCEPT:
The ancient Romans displayed all of the following art styles on their buildings except:
What is the name of a famous building in ancient Rome?
On which continent was ancient Rome located?
Which term means "the act of giving or doing something"
This type of art is made of tiny pieces of colored stone or tile:
There are about ___ high tides and ___ low tides each day.
The Earth revolves around ________ once a year.
The half of the Earth that is facing the sun is having ________.
The half of the Earth that is facing away from the sun is having ________.
We have ______ because Earth revolves around the sun.
The Earth is always spinning on its axis, or ___________.
The half of the Earth that tilts towards the sun is having ____________.
The half of the Earth that tilts away from the sun is having ___________.
The pull of the moon is what causes us to have _________.
The Earth spins, or rotates, on an imaginary line called a(n) __________.
The regular rising and falling of the sea is called _________.
There are _______ days in one year.
How many months are in a year?
About how many days does it take Earth to revolve around the sun?
How many days are in a week?
How many weeks are in a year?
How many hours are in one day?
Light from the _____ falls on one-half of the spinning Earth.
The Earth revolves around the sun _______ a year.
True or False: Light shines on only one side of the moon.
Complete the pattern by filling in the blanks: eighth, ________, sixth, fifth, ________
Complete the pattern by filling in the blanks: 5, 9, 13, __, 21, __
Which number shows the correct standard form for: 30,000 + 2, 000 + 800 + 60 + 1
Which number shows the correct standard form for: forty-six thousand, five hundred three
Which number shows the correct standard form for: 200,000 + 3,000 + 90 + 6
Which answer choice shows the correct expanded form form for: 9,876
Which answer choice shows the correct expanded form for: 357,425
What is the place and value of the 5 in the following number: 45,906
What is the place and value of the 8 in the following number: 175,489
What is the place and value of the 4 in the following number: 242,765
Animals that reproduce sexually differ from animals that reproduce asexually in that sexually reproducing animals have
When sex cells combine to produce offspring, each sex cell will contribute
Single celled organisms can produce and create cells exactly like themselves without combining genes from two different parent cells. This is an example of
Which of the following describes the advantages of asexual reproduction?
Salamanders can reproduce both sexually and asexually. Which is an advantage of sexual reproduction?
Sexual reproduction can cause an organism to develop a new characteristic. Which of the following new characteristics might help a lizard that lives in green, grassy areas survive
Cheetahs are an endangered species. Ther are fewer cheetas for mating. What genetic effects will this have on the species' chances for survival?
According to the theory of natural selection, a species that lacks the variations necessary to adapt to a changing environment will most likely
Rainfall in a tropical region is below average for 10 years. Which statememt best explains why insects adapted for dry conditions are now much more plentiful.
Fossils from ancient sea a shells are located in layers of rock formed out of compacted particles of sand. Why is this species of animal now extinct?
Ancient Mali is located on which continent?
The act of giving or doing something is a(n)
These important storytellers told about the past of Ancient Mali
What is the word that means old
One way people in Mali adapted to their environment was ________.
Which of the following was a physical characteristic of ancient Mali?
Mali was a wealthy nation because it traded
What form of government did ancient Mali have?
Who controlled the trade in West Africa?
The human characteristics of ancient Mali were:
Which of the following was an important city in Mali?
The West African people of Mali adapted to their environment by:
The word "characteristic" means:
What would people see if they visited the city of Timbuktu?
This important natural resource kept food from spoiling.
Which of the following was a physical characteristic of ancient Mali?
Which of the following is NOT a human characteristic of ancient Mali?
How was history and tradition passed down from one generation to the next?
Which ancient empire was on the same continent as ancient Mali?
What is a group of camels that travel together called?
Soil takes a very long time to form so it needs to be ___________.
Soil is a ______. This means it is found in nature and useful to people.
The best layer for plants to grow in soil is ____________.
________ are materials that plants and animals need to live and grow.
The bottom layer of soil is called ___________.
What three things help break down rocks (over many years) and create soil?
What are the components (things that help make it up) of soil?
________ is decayed matter in soil. It adds nutrients to soil and is located in the topsoil.
This type of soil holds water very well and provides nutrients.
This is the type of soil that is worn down rock. It has few nutrients and does not hold water well.
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The reactants in photosynthesis are -
The product of photosynthesis are -
The purpose of chloroplasts in photosynthesis are to-
The purpose of the stomata is to -
What are pigments?
The primary color(s) that plants absorb during photosynthsis (is)are -
The primary energy absorbing and producing molecule in plants and animals is -
Which of these affects the rate of photosynthesis?
Which of the following best uses mechanical energy to perform a useful task?
A gumball machine has a coin handle that must be turned when releasing a gumball. Which form of energy is used to release the gumball?
What is the energy type that produces heat from faster moving particles?
Which is NOT an example of the use of sound energy?
A student made a list of ways electrical energy is used at home. Which is an object that would most likely be on his list?
Which forms of energy are used when a solar powered robot is working?
Which type of energy from the Sun provides sunshine and heat to the Earth?
Which tool would be useful for learning about light energy?
A student is investigating ways to conserve energy at school. All of the following are ways to impact the conservation of electricity at school except-
What type of energy is generated when an alarm goes off?
Which of the items below are not needed to test electrical conductivity?
Which describes and open circuit?
Which object can be used to turn an incomplete circuit into a complete circuit?
What process causes electricity to flow in a circuit, completing its path so that an electrical current can pass through and produce sound?
Students are experimenting with the flow of electricity in circuits. The teacher instructed them to wear rubber gloves during the experiment because-
A group of students decide to investigate what is required to make a complete path through which an electric current can pass. The students used different objects to see if they could produce heat. They recorded their data. What should they do next?
Students were given materials to complete a complete a circuit to turn on one light. The materials they received were 2 wires, a battery, and various sizes of light bulbs. What was the variable of the experiment?
In science class, student were investigating ways to build circuits. Which items should students choose to create a working electrical circuit?
Electricity can be used to produce
Which part of a circuit is the energy source?
Susan ............... (WORK) at the weekends.
Paul and John ..................... (GET UP) at 7 o'clock on Monday to Friday.
You ........................... (EAT) lunch in the kitchen.
The computer .................................. (USE) a battery.
Carol and I ............................... (DRIVE) to work every morning.
I ................................ (GO) to the gym in the afternoons.
The cat ................... (DRINK) milk from a bowl.
He ................... (HAVE) a big sports car.
The children ....................... (MAKE) their beds.
You .......................... (BE) a French student.
Government that has limits on powers, examples include constitutional monarch and democracies
Government that has full control. Examples include oligarchy, totalitarianism, and absolute monarchy
All people, including the government must obey all laws.
Absolute monarchs get their power from God.
They used the military to show their power. France Russia are your best examples
New ideas in Math and Science. Important scientists included Galileo, Kepler, Copernicus and Newton. Influenced the Enlightenment
Sun is the center of the universe.
Known for the telescope, findings went against the Catholic Church, Conflicts with religion science. (God is above all)
Laws of Motion Gravity, Supported by Divine Right
Find proof using reason. Question, Hypothesis, Data, Conclusion
Influenced by John Locke, Written by Thomas Jefferson; All men have natural rights.
Period of thinking using logic reason (Social Contract Declaration of Independence) Inspired the American French Revolutions.
Government is made to protect the people. The government’s leaders can be replaced if they fail at their job.
Known for the Social Contract Theory, Popular Sovereignty and stood up for the common people
Consent of the governed (what government can can’t do), All men had equal rights, The government could be overthrown if it wasn’t doing its job
Separation of Powers
Separation of Church State, Freedom of Religion. (Not his real name)
limited govt. , takes power from the king, Outcome of the Glorious revolution
Fought for parliament, leader of the Roundheads, established the “Republic” of England, Became a dictator called the Lord Protector
Signed by king John in 1215, Limits the power of the king, Establishes a Constitutional Monarchy, Affected all British Citizens including the colonists
Established a limited govt. in England, Parliament took power from the king , William of orange becomes king in a bloodless overthrow of power, establishes the English Bill of rights
Introduction of the constitution,supports popular sovereignty, supports limited govt.
True or False: Common Good benefits everyone
written form of govt., limits power of the govt., inspired by Locke, Montesquieu, Rousseau, Voltaire, protects natural rights
created a new style of limited government which gave power to the people, inspired by the Enlightenment, overthrew England
limited govt., part of the constitution, explains peoples’ rights
National govt. over state govt. one central govt. over the state gov’t
Inspired other revolutions, support the protection of people’s natural rights
Nechifor Lipan este protagonistul operei
Romanul ,, Capitan la 15 ani,, are autorul
Finalul baladei Miorita prezinta
In fabula ,, Bivolul si cotofana', morala face referire la
Imn lui Stefan cel Mare celebreaza 400 de ani de la infiintarea
Balada ,, Constantin Brancovanu '' este o creatie
Vasile Alecsandri a preferat descrierea
Iliada este o epopee atribuită lui
Cezar Petrescu a portretizat
Genul liric are ca mod de expunere
Who was the first person to identify cells?
The thin flexible layer around a cell
Prokaryotes Lack:
Which of the following contain a nucleus?
The main function of the cell wall is to
Which of the following is a function of the nucleus?
Which of the following is a function of the cytoskeleton?
Which organelle would you expect to only find in plant cells?
The diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called:
What is the function of the mitochondria?
The British and colonists fought against the French and Indians in what war?
Money that is paid by the people to run the country is:
A government in which the people take part is a:
To have control over someone or something:
Acting or speaking on behalf of someone:
A refusal to buy goods or services
A request for action signed by many people:
A system of government in which the people make their own laws:
The lawmaking branch of a colony, state government, or the national government
A tax on goods brought into a country:
The part of the British government in which members make laws for the British people.
A colonist who supported the British monarch and laws:
Working against one's own government:
Kept British colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains said settlers living west of the mountains had to move back east.
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True or False. The air in a balloon is matter.
True or False. Objects are only made of one material.
True or false. All matter has mass and takes up space.
How do we describe matter?
True or False. An object's physical properties change when the object gets smaller.
The three states of matter are:
Which is an example of a solid?
Which is an example of a liquid?
Which is an example of a gas?
What is matter?
A young woman who rebelled against traditional ways of thinking
The historic period during which alcoholic beverages were banned
A person who leaves one's country to live in a foreign land
A person who smuggled or made illegal liquor
What impact did the Eighteenth Amendment have on society?
Money paid regularly to people who retire
Government program to help the needy
By 1932, what did most Americans think of President Hoover's efforts to end the Depression?
Eleanor Roosevelt called attention to women's issues during the depression by
Projects funded by the government for public use
What were the illegal bars that operated during Prohibition frequently called?
Who were the people who joined the Bonus Army?
What term best describes an activity or style that is popular for a short period of time?
"Dust Bowl", "Hoovervilles", and "bread lines" refer to what era in American history?
What nickname was given to FDR's radio address to the nation?
Which of the following contributed to the stock market crash of 1929?
What economic term defines a period of increasing stock prices?
What happened to stock prices between 1926 and "Black Thursday"?
What issue was argued in the Scopes trial?
What was FDR's purpose in "packing the courts"?
What is an assembly?
What were colonial assemblies modeled on?
What other form of government did the colonies have?
What was the earliest form of self-government in the New England colonies?
How many colonies had royal govenors?
How did the royal govenors become the govenor of their colony?
What couldn't assemblies do?
Why was Virginia's House of Burgesses important in history?
Why is John Peter Zenger important to American history?
Who was Phyllis Wheatley?
What substance is the patient with simple goiter deficient in?
Insulin is absorbed BEST from this site.
Glargine insulin is administered at 7 pm. When will the next dose be administered?
Which insulin should never be mixed in the same syringe with other types of insulin?
Oral hypoglycemics are appropriate for patients with WHICH type of Diabetes?
Diabetes Mellitis does NOT predispose a patient to this complication?
Which blood test indicates the effectiveness of diabetes therapy for the preceeding 8 to 12 weeks?
Glucagon is a concentrated sugar source.
Patients with Diabetes Mellitus should avoid which foot care regimens? (Choose the BEST answer)
Which signs and symptoms would be observed in a patient with hypoglycemia?
What process used by plants takes carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere?
Decay is faster when conditions are warm and ?
Carbon dioxide can be released into the atmosphere when what is burnt ?
Animals release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere through what process ?
Which of the following is a detritus feeder?
Think about respiration. What does an animal use that has carbon in it?
There is always the same amount of carbon on Earth because it is ?
Bacteria is a decay micro-organism/organism, can you name another?
The carbon cycle relies on the use of....
Why do you have to have holes in a compost bin?
What does a colored in circle mean when shown in a pedigree
What is the ingheritance pattern of the pedigree labeled A
If a pedigree skips generations and the affected are mostly males the inheritance pattern probably is
On the pedgiree labeled A what is the genotype of person III-7
What is the inheritance pattern of pedigree B
How are I- 1 and II- 5 related in pedigree B?
Which of the following is a carrier for the trait in pedigree B?
What is the inheritance pattern in pedigree C
What is he genotype of individual III-1 in pedgiree C
In pedigree C the genotypes of individuals II-1 and II-2 have to be
Which group is most responsible for recycling nutrients within the environment?
What is a form of symbiosis in which both organisms benefit?
What is it called when nitrogen is released into the atmosphere?
What releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere?
What is the maximum number of organisms that can be supported by an environment called?
What type of growth occurs when an environment reaches carrying capacity?
An organism that can make its own food is called a(n)
What is the type of relationship where one organism benefits and the other is not helped or harmed?
What does abiotic mean?
What is the movement of individuals out of an area called?
What is the mRNA codon for this DNA strand TAC?
What is the tRNA anticodon for the following DNA: ATA?
Which of the following is found in DNA only?
Which of the following is for DNA?
Which of the following is RNA?
What is the amino acid for the folowing DNA: CGA?
What is the correct order?
What is the shape of DNA?
What is the amino acid for the DNA: AAC?
What is the amino acid for the DNA: CAG?
What type of bond occurs between atoms that do not easily lose electrons?
What is a bond that forms when electrons are transferred from one atom to another?
What are the charged particles that form when atoms gain or lose electrons?
If the ending -ide is added to the name of an ion, what do we know about the ion.
What is the name of the three dimensional pattern that forms when ions bond?
Why can metals bend without breaking?
What is the smallest particle into which a covalently bonded compound can be divided and still be the same compound
Which type of element is most likely to gain electrons when it forms bonds?
What is the property that allows metal to be hammered into a very thin foil
An ionic bond is the attraction between
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Write-it-once system
Signing or stamping the back of the check for deposit is called?
When should a check be endorsed
How are employee withholdings determined?
What is the date an employer should have delivered a W-2 form by?
How many employees usually handle petty cash
Double 1 1/2 pounds of ground beef
Double 4 tablespoons chopped onion
Double 1/4 tsp salt
Double 1 T of sugar
Double 2/3 cup of sugar
cut 1/3 c butter in half
cut 1/4 c walnuts in half
cut 1 1/2 pounds ground beef in half
cut 3/4 cup powdered sugar in half
cut 1/2 cup of onion in half
Double 1/4 c
double 3/4 c
double 1/8 c
1/4 c decreased in half
2/3c decreased in half
1 c decreased in half
Trans fats do what to your good cholesterol?
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