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In what country did Judaism and Christianity originate?
In what country did Islam originate?
Which religion is the most practiced world wide?
Which religion is the least practiced world wide?
Newly freed African Americans urged the federal government to
The most visible new black organizations in the South were
To help black southerners adjust to freedom, Congress created
Under Johnson’s Reconstruction plan, white southerners began to enact laws that
The Fourteenth Amendment was part of a series of laws that
In 1870, thanks to the Fifteenth Amendment, southern black men
Carpetbaggers were northern Republicans who
New farming arrangements led to
Tenant farming encouraged the rise of a new class of wealthy
Reconstruction succeeded in rebuilding many of the South’s
Most of the South’s postwar industrial growth came from
One example of the wise use of Reconstruction funds was investing in
Much of the money for improving infrastructure in the South came from
Congress reacted to Klan terror by passing
Voters grew tired of Reconstruction in part because
The Compromise of 1877 helped Democrats regain
Reconstruction succeeded in its goals of restoring the Union and helping to
Southern states adopted the northern system of
Among the failures of Reconstruction was the inability to
During the era of Reconstruction, women fought unsuccessfully for
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(25x + 6) - (-2x + 14)
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(14x + 10) - (11x + 12)
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Disagreement over which issue worsened postwar relations between the United States and the Soviet Union?
Which of the following best describes satellite nations?
What did President Truman promise in the Truman Doctrine?
How did the Soviet Union react to the Marshall Plan?
The Berlin airlift was President Truman’s response to the
In response to the formation of NATO, the Soviet Union
Members of the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) charged numerous Hollywood figures with
What was the outcome of the Korean War?
What impact did Joseph McCarthy have on American society?
Which of the following is a reason the United States became involved in affairs in the Middle East following World War II?
At the Yalta conference, Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin decided to
As World War II ended, a major disagreement between the United States and the Soviet Union involved
Which was an immediate result of the Truman Doctrine?
The Berlin airlift began when
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
As a result of the Korean War, the United States succeeded in
Both President Truman’s Federal Employee Loyalty Program and Senator Joseph McCarthy’s hearings aimed to
At Yalta, Roosevelt and Churchill clashed with Stalin over his refusal to allow elections in
The Soviet Union wanted to rebuild after the war in ways that would
After the war, the Soviet Union quickly took control of
Stalin was determined that Germany would never
For nearly 50 years, the Cold War was characterized by
What was one goal of the Marshall Plan?
Why did the Soviet Union try to force the Allies to abandon West Berlin?
Why did a number of nations join to form NATO in 1949?
What was one result of the federal government’s hunt for Communists?
One major event that led up to the Korean War was
Which country controlled Korea for much of the first half of the twentieth century?
At the end of World War II, Korea was divided into
The United Nations passed a resolution that supported
What was the final resolution of the Korean War?
Senator Joseph McCarthy’s power faded shortly after he
Under President Eisenhower, the United States acted to oppose
Because of its reliance on aircraft to carry nuclear weapons, the United States lagged behind the Soviet Union in
The policy of making the military power of the United States and its allies so strong that no enemy would dare attack it for fear of retaliation is known as
Which event added most to Americans’ shock and fear of attack by the Soviet Union?
The rate of technological development is __________.
A new and useful tool or process is called an __________?
______________ is a series of refinements to an original idea or product.
What event from the early 1900s had the most significant impact on the development of technology?
Most development of technologies these days is driven by ________.
_________________ allow companies and individuals to protect their product designs from being copied and produced without their permission.
match the following : middle age
information age
Renaissance
industrial revolution
The law that protect students with specific disabilities at school from ages 3-21
Part of law IDEA that makes sure you are in your regular education classroom for as much of every school day as possible
Makes sure that if you are in a public school, you receive all accommodations and services necessary for your success, free of charge to you and your family.
Legal document that lists the goals, accommodations, modifications, and services you will receive during the school year
Supports, added to the classroom and during tests, which you are entitled to receive to make sure that you have equal auditory access in the classroom
Part of your IEP that talks about your goals and plans after you graduate from high school
Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Reasonable, Timely statements about something you need to improve on to have better success academically or functionally (ie self advocacy)
Statements about what you are able to do in specific skill (academic/functional) areas at the current time
Which of these is NOT a section of your IEP
Which of these are NOT an accommodation example?
Yeast, mushrooms, molds and mildews belong to:
algae belongs to:
All are eukaryotic except:
What is the largest classification category?
What is the smallest classification category?
What is the first part of a scientific name?
Who developed the three domain system?
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What were Europeans most interested in gaining from African colonies?
How many Africa nations attended the Berlin Conference?
British and Russian control over Persia is an example of a...
The Suez Canal was valuable because it
The Dutch East India Company was an example of...
The first European nation to explore the interior of Africa and create colony was...
For Britain, India was
I want to gain colonies to give Africans medicine. This is an example of...
I want to gain colonies to have a supply of oil. This is an example of..
I want to gain colonies to protect my country from the growing power of iPodia. This is an example of..
Which African country was not conquered by Europeans?
How did the Open-Door Policy affect China?
Imperialism is...
Which event did not lead to German Unification?
How did nationalism most affect Europe during the 1800s?
The first Kaiser/Emperor of Germany was...
The economic philosophy that best describes when the Mayor orders a factory to produce more coal is...
The economic philosophy that best describes when the Mayor eliminates taxes is...
The economic philosophy that best describes when the US passes a law that makes everyone earning $200,000 to pay higher taxes, while lowering taxes for those who make less than $50,000, is...
The economic philosophy that best describes when the people eliminate their government was...
What are the four stages of the butterfly life cycle?
What are the four stages of the frog life cycle?
What are the stages of the plant life cycle?
What shape best resembles the life cycle?
Define metamorphosis
What does the word "characteristic" mean?
About how long does the larva stage last for caterpillars?
What is an amphibian?
What is a mammal?
Why do we call the life cycle a cycle?
Which compounds in solution produces a precipitate with aqueous ammonia that does not dissolve when an excess of ammonia is added?
_____ reacts with some metals to liberate hydrogen and is used to make fertilizers. It gives a white precipitate when added to aqueous barium nitrate.
Solution X turns acidified potassium dichromate(VI) from orange to green. What must solution X contain?
Wastewater from a factory was found to have a pH value of 2. Which substance could be used to neutralize the wastewater before it is released into the river?
An excess of sodium hydroxide is added to an aqueous solution of salt X and boiled. Ammonia gas is only given off after aluminium foil is added to the hot solution. What could X contain?
Aqueous sodium hydroxide reacts with a metal ion producing a colored precipitate. This precipitate changes color on standing. What is the ion present?
An excess of aqueous ammonia and aqueous sodium hydroxide was gradually added to solution X in two separate experiments. In both experiments, a precipitate was obtained which dissolved in an excess of the added reagent. What could X contain?
An excess of dilute sulfuric acid reacts with both aqueous barium hydroxide and aqueous barium chloride. In what way are the two reactions the same?
A pale green solution X gives a green precipitate with excess aqueous sodium hydroxide. An alkaline gas is only given off when the mixture is warmed with powdered aluminium. Which ions does X contain?
Which two substances would form a white precipitate?
All of the following processes help make soil EXCEPT
The ability to scratch another mineral is related to
Erosion can be cause by
All of the following are invertebrates EXCEPT
Which of the following is an adaptation you might find in a predator?
Which organism would occupy the highest place in a food web?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a change in state?
Which force between objects that are touching acts to slow down motion?
All sounds are caused by
Why is it better to wear a white t-shirt than a dark t-shirt in the summer?
All of the following are reptiles EXCEPT
Which of the following is NOT a consumer?
Some of the material produced by weathering and erosion
Invertebrates do NOT have
In which type of circuit are there many paths for electrons to flow?
Sound travels through
Which of the following can you change?
A shark is a vertebrate because it
What do plants give off into the atmosphere?
Which of these is the main cause of air pollution?
Which of the following sounds has the highest pitch AND the loudest volume?
What causes the phases of the moon?
At which time would your shadow be longer, 12:00 noon or 4:00p.m. in the afternoon?
Which of the following BEST describes the meaning of erosion?
Which of the following is a property that describes light?
Which of the following is the BEST conductor of heat?
Which plant structure absorbs water from the ground?
Which BEST describes a solid?
What is the location of an object called?
Which one does NOT produce heat?
___ automate a series of keystrokes or mouse operations.
____ text boxes are useful if you have a lot of text that you need to place in different places in a document, but you want the text to continue from one text box to another.
A ____ is an object that contains text and that you can treat as an inline or a floating object in a document.
A(n) ____ is a macro that runs automatically when Word performs certain basic operations, such as starting Word or opening a document.
After you create an error-free ____ you can easily insert it into documents, without worrying about creating spelling or typographical errors.
All field codes must include _____.
Building blocks are stored in _____.
For which of the following can you define a document template?
On the ____ tab, click the Shapes button in the Illustrations group to open a menu of shapes organized in categories.
On the Smart Tags tab in the AutoCorrect dialog box, the ____ list allows you to select the smart tags you want labeled.
(Figure 1) Looking at figure 1, what is the device that is shown in the picture?
(Figure 1) In figure 1, this device is used to see things that are extremely far away. The distances of these deep field objects are measured in what unit of distance?
(Figure 2) Which of the planets in figure 2 has the greatest density?
(Figure 2) Looking at figure 2, Uranus is how many times more massive than Earth?
(Figure 3) In figure 3, which planet has the shortest period of revolution?
(Figure 3) Looking at figure 3, the orbits of the planets are not quite circular. What shape is best describes the shape of the planets orbits around the sun?
(Figure 4) In figure 4, which satellite will remain over the same portion of the Earth throughout its orbit?
(Figure 5) Which layer of the Earth contains most of the Earth's mass and is the layer on which the tectonic plates float on?
(Figure 5) Which layer of the Earth is not only the hottest, it is also the most dense?
(Figure 5) What is the layer of the Earth that the tectonic plates are made of called?
to draw a conclusion from evidence
an idea or feeling often unreasonable which completely fills one\'s mind
a very difficult or painful experience
deliberately unclear
useless unable to succeed
able to cause death
refusing to quit stubbornly continuing
to pass or slip by
able to express oneself with skill and ease
to constantly irrate or disturb or bother
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An autotroph is an organism that must eat other organisms in order to survive.
Which part of the Virus is considered the core?
What does the envelope do?
Which of the following is NOT TRUE about Viruses?
The purpose of bacteria is to reproduce.
Which of the following is an example of a multicellular organism?
TRUE OR FALSE: A similarity between unicellular and multicellular organisms is that they can both move.
Unicellular organisms cannot reproduce.
Some unicellular organisms, such as Parameciums, are able to move waste outside of the cell.
Where did they name Animalcules come from?
Acellular slime molds are made up of thousands of cells that all have certain jobs to do.
Ciliates move using a flagella that whips around like a clumsy fish tail.
Paramecium are very complex protists that have little hairs all over their body that flap and push the organism through the water.
Like bacteria, some Viruses are good.
Humans are creating stronger bacteria and viruses every time we take antibiotics. Some bacteria survive and the grow immune to the drugs.
Amoeba's are able to eat food by absorbing it through their membrane.
All bacteria are bad because they cause diseases.
Bacteria are good because they help cows break down grass and use it for energy.
How are earthquakes, sound, and light waves alike?
What is the relationship between eyesight and light?
Which best explains the relationship between the electromagnetic spectrum and light?
Which best explains the relationship between the speed of sound and the medium through which it passes?
Josephine adds thicker string to her guitar. What does this do?
How are electromagnetic waves different from other waves?
Which statement correctly describes how a sound wave travels through air?
Which statement is correct when comparing p-waves, sound waves, and light waves
How does sound usually travel?
Which property of a sound wave determines pitch?
Which is the lowest point on a transverse wave?
Which property of a wave increases as the wave's energy increases?
What occurs when the crest of one wave overlaps the trough of another wave?
Why can't you see your reflection in a brick wall?
Identify the statement that correctly describes the reason sound waves can not travel in outer space
Which term describes the process in which two waves overlap and form a new wave?
When does reflection occur?
In which region of a compressional wave are particles far apart?
What is one way sound waves are different from light waves?
Which is true about the relationship between light and the electromagnetic spectrum?
The speed of sound through air increases as the:
Through which medium does sound travel the fastest?
Tectonic activity causes potential energy to build up in the crust. An earthquake occurs when this potential energy is released within the crust. Which statement best describes what happens when the energy is released?
Which describes what happens when sound waves become louder?
An apple appears red when struck by white light. This appearance is because the red light is reflected and the other colors are absorbed. What color will this apple appear to be when struck by blue light?
Which of the following is the best description of a control for an experiment?
Why is it important that an experiment include a control group?
What is the primary reason for including a control in the design of an experiment?
The dependent variable in an experiment
Which of the following is true of the independent variable in an experiment?
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The Radical Republicans opposed President Lincoln’s Reconstruction plan, saying it was too
In their Reconstruction policies, both President Lincoln and President Johnson insisted upon
The Freedmen’s Bureau succeeded in
Southern state governments restricted the rights of former slaves by
During Reconstruction, southern governments tried to improve economic conditions in the South by
Which was a major success of Reconstruction in the South?
The main goal of the Ku Klux Klan during Reconstruction was to
As white southerners regained control of state governments, they began to
Which best reflects President Lincoln’s hopes for Reconstruction?
The goal of the Freedmen’s Bureau was to
The Radical Republicans passed a series of laws designed to
What was the verdict in President Johnson’s impeachment trial?
Which was a characteristic of agriculture in the South after the Civil War?
By the mid-1870s, many Americans were tired of Reconstruction partly because
Reconstruction came to end when
A major failure of Reconstruction was that
The Civil War left the South
Many poor white southern laborers could no longer find work because of
In his proposal for postwar Reconstruction, Lincoln
In his presidential Reconstruction plan, Andrew Johnson
There is no government involvement in economic systems in this type of economy.
The Government lets the people answer he three basic economic questions
Consumers decide if businesses survive or fail
Government controls all factors off production and makes all the decisions
Government is responsible for answering the three economic questions
Little choice for consumers in what is available.
Government makes decisions, such as, the type of education children will receive
Capitalist Economy is another name for which type of economy?
The United States has which type of economy?
The 3 Basic Economic Questions are:
Who founded Judiasm?
Who founded Islam
Who founded Buddhism?
Who founded Christianity?
Which choice is NOT a belief in the Islamic faith?
What choice is NOT a belief of Hinduism?
Which is NOT a belief of the Christian faith?
Which choice is NOT a belief in the Jewish faith?
Which is NOT a belief of the Buddhist faith?
What is the name of the holy writings for Hinduism?
What is the name of the holy writings for Judaism?
What is the name of the holy writings for Buddhism?
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An emotionally charged and confiding interation between a therapist and a person with a psychological disorder.
Therapy that applies learing principles to the elimination of unwanted behaviors.
This therapy, developed by Carl Rogers, uses techniques such as active listening within a genuine accepting environment.
Therapy that teaches people more adaptive ways of thinking and acting; based on the assumption that thoughts intervene between events and our emmotional reactions.
A popular integrated therapy that combines changing self-defeating thinking with changing behavior.
Prescribed medications or medical procedures that act directly on the patient's nervous system.
Biomedical therapy for severely depressed patients in which a brief electic current is sent throught the brain of an anesthetized patient.
Therapy that treats the family as a system.
An anxiety treatment that progressively exposes people to simulations of theri greatest fears, such as airplane flying, spiders, or public speaking.
Behavioral techniques that treat anxieties by exposing people to things they fear and avoid.
How are sponges classified?
Which layer in a sponge contains the choanocytes?
Which is the most complex type of sponge?
The majority of sponges are in this class.
Which is the rarest class of sponges?
These sponges have spicules made of silicon dioxide and forms 6 points.
How many cell layers are found in a sponge?
Water currents are formed inside a sponge by the
Sponges share this characteristic with other animals
Which of the following structures are responsible for water entering a sponge?
Which of the following organism does not have a polyp body shape?
An example of an Scyphozoan is a (an)
Which characteristic of Cnidarians allowed for movement?
What do Cnidarians use for defense or capturing prey?
How much of the earth's surface is coral reefs?
Which coral diseases are caused by cyanobacteria?
Which of the following can cause coral diseases?
Which class of Cnidarians do anemones and corals belong to?
Which of the following is not found in the same habitat as the other animals?
Which of the following is not an example of a mutualistic relationship in a coral reef?
Organisms in Phylum Cnidarian include
Cnidarians have a radially symmetrical cup or bag like body made up of two layers of cells
The largest class in phylum Cnidatia is class ____________ which includes ___________
The portoquese man of war is in class ________________, jelly fish are in class ___________, and box jelly fish are in class ______________
Differences between comb jellies and jellyfish include
Fire corals are in class
What day is graduation?
Where is graduation
What are the names of Mrs Sebastians cats
When is the last day of class?
Los aretes de plata
La pulsera de oro
El collar de perlas
El cinturon de cuero
La bufanda de lana
Las camisas rojas
Los vestidos blancos
El collar de diamantes
El sueter azul
los calcetines morados
High biodiversity mean...
Natural selection acts of an organism's
This produces genetics diversity
Which statement best describes natural selection?
In a catastrophe, which situation would lead to greater survival of organisms?
Genetic drift...
What is speciation?
If a recessive allele is lethal, how can it survive to be passed on to the next generation?
Organisms that are geographically isolated...
If two organisms have similar traits, which statement is probably true?
The product of meiosis is
What type of cells does meiosis make?
Where in the body does meiosis occur?
What is the formula for fertilization?
What type of cells are produced in mitosis?
Why does mitosis occur?
If a cell undergoing meiosis is AaBB, which might be the genotype of the sperm cell it produces?
The normal diploid cell of a Schmorgasbord has 70 chromosomes. How many does its egg cell have?
Why is crossing-over in meiosis important?
Two parents are Gg and Gg. How many possible genotypes are there if they have children?
a major altercation
to receive a reprimand
to make an amends for an insult
to promenade after dark
to take drastic measures
a medley of hit songs
indivisible friends
his irretrievable dream
a major initiative
her welcome intervention
Divide this word into two syllables: winter
Divide this word into two syllables: morning
Divide this word into two syllables: arrive
Divide this word into two syllables: umpire
Divide this word into two syllables: sentence
Divide this word into two syllables: perform
Divide this word into two syllables: rescue
Divide this word into two syllables: party
Divide this word into two syllables: yellow
Divide this word into two syllables: picnic
What is the meaning of the word apothecary?
What is the meaning of the word colleague?
What is the meaning of the word apparition?
What is the meaning of of the word coincide?
What is the meaning of the word bewilder?
What is the meaning of the word bolster?
What is the meaning of the word clairvoyance?
What is the meaning of the word appraise?
What is the meaning of the word boorish?
What is the meaning of the word aspire?
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DNA stores genetic information. What type of molecule is DNA?
Mrs. Amsler explains to her class that sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl) atoms bond to make table salt (NaCl). Which is the best description of table salt?
When people eat foods high in protein, such as meat, eggs, and cheese, the body breaks down the proteins into smaller molecules. What is supplied to cells when the body breaks down proteins?
What molecules make up protiens?
Which of these is one of the six most common elements found in the human body?
Alejandro is doing a science experiment. He is given a substance made up of one of the four main types of molecules found in the cells of living things. He notices that the substance does not mix with water. What can he conclude based on this fact?
Why did Pilgrims sail to the New World?
What was the purpose of the Mayflower Compact?
Which colonial Region was nicknamed the Breadbasket?
What was the 1st permanent European settlement in North America?
Which country settled St. Augustine?
Why was St. Augustine settled?
What is a cash crop?
Because the New England colonies were on the water...
The 1st Legislative Assembly of elected representatives was called...
Who said, 'If you don't work, you don't eat'?
Why didn't all 3 colonial regions have the economic industries?
What is Free Enterprise?
Why didn't all 3 colonial regions have the economic industries?
What is Free Enterprise?
What were the causes for the deaths of some of the settlers in Jamestown?
What is the name of the map that shows products imported and exported between America, Africa and Europe?
What are the cardinal directions?
Who was the founder of Rhode Island?
Which colony did William Bradford govern?
Pennsylvania was founded by...
Anne Hutchinson...
Why was Georgia colonized?
How Many times has the Virginia Constitution been amended or rewitten?
What document tell us how to amend the Constitution?
Is the amendment process complex?
How many times has the Constitution been Amended?
Who can propose and amendment to the U.S. Constitution?
Beside Congress proposing an amendment who else can propose an amendment to the U.S. Consitution?
Once a amendment has been proposed for the U.S. Constitution by Congress or Convention who must ratify it?
Who must ratify an amendment to Virginia's Constitution?
Who can propose an amendment to the Virginia Constitution?
What Majority of Congress must approve of an amendment before it can be sent to the states for ratification?
What is our constitutional government based on?
How many fundamental political principles is our constitutional government based on?
What fundamental principle states “The power of government comes for the people”?
What fundamental principle states “The government is not all powerful”?
Which fundamental principle states “All of people are equal under the law”?
What fundamental principle means the rule of the people?
What fundamental principle states “The people elect representatives to make laws for them”?
President Billy Bob is speeding and he gets a speeding ticket. What Political/Fundamental Principle is at work?
We elected Congressmen to vote on bills and run the government for us. What Political/Fundamental Principle is at work?
During the recent election 2 Amendments were added to the Virginia Constitution. They were added by the majority of people voting for them. Fundamental Principle is at work?
Who published atomic theory in 1803 that said all substances are made of atoms
Which scientist saw the atom had electrons
Which scientist stated electrons travel around the nucleus
Which scientist proposed that the atom was mostly empty space
Today's modern atomic theory has electrons in an
particles outside the nucleus
Which scientist discovered the nucleus
What is the name of Thomson's atomic model
atomic mass is made of which subatomic particles
Charge of neutron
after the cotton gin was created.......
the north economy was based on
the south reliyed on
the north and south didn't like...
what did the Missouri compromise do?
what did nat turners rebilon do?
what was john browns raid?
what was the attack on fort sumpter
how man early battels did the union or north win
how many early battles did the confedrate or south win
How would you describe a need?
What would a bowl of ice cream be considered?
Are potato chips a sometimes food, a never food, or an always food?
Which food group is not needed for us to live healthy lives?
Which of these items is a need?
Which of these items is a want?
When you buy an item, is it necessary to pay for it?
What is considered a need when packing for vacation?
What is considered a want when packing for vacation?
What is an example of a healthy habit?
Which of these is a shape of bacteria?
Helpful bacteria is used to make what food?
What is an organism that causes diseases?
What do protozoans, such as the Paramecium, use to sweep food into their oral grooves (mouth)?
Which of these helps protozoans move?
Which of the following moves using a pseudopod?
What is the purpose of the flagella?
What structure would you find in a plant cell that you would not find in an animal cell?
Which of the following is found in both a cell and a virus?
Which of the following is not a part of the cell theory?
What was the difference between Rosie and Iggy?
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Which of these statements is supported by the cell theory?
Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE about microbes?
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(Figure 1) At what point in Earth\'s history did the greates mass extinction event take place?
(Figure 1) Immediatel following the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction, represented by point 5, approximately how many families of marine organisms remained in the Earth\'s oceans?
(Figure 2) What is the unknown genotype?
(Figure 3) What is the genotype of the offspring represented in the lower right-hand box of the Punnett Square?
( Figure 3) What is the ratio of Rr (purple flowered plants) to rr (white-flowered plants)?
(Figure 4) What type of cell is Cell 1?
(Figure 4) What is the name and function of the organelle labeled B in Cell 2?
(Figure 5) On which island does the bird with the smallest beak length live?
(Figure 6) If beak size in this group of birds is linked to the amount of rainfall, what can you infer about the year 1976 on this island?
(Figure 6) Which of the following best summarizes the graph's data?
Who is nicknamed the Bore?
Who died six years ago?
Which of the following is NOT an omen that Lorraine saw at the zoo?
Who is the Marshmallow Kid?
Who is Mr. Pignati\'s best friend?
What does John want to do for a living?
What does Lorraine want to do for a living?
What word best describes Lorraine\'s mom (Mrs. Jensen)?
Why is the librarian nicknamed The Cricket?
Why are John and Lorraine writing this book?
(Figure 1) During what period of time was the squirrel's speed the greatest?
(Figure 1) During the period between 5 and 8 seconds the squirrel decided to do which of the following things?
(Figure 2) What is shown in the graph?
(Figure 3) What can you infer from the force and acceleration graph?
(Figure 4) If potential energy is stored energy, and kinetic energy is energy in motion, where does the skier have the greatest amount of potential energy
(Figure 5) In which of the images does will the box move upwards.
(Figure 5) In which of the images will the box move to the left with a force of 3 newtons?
(Figure 6) Which of the pictures shows and object that is about to be set in motion?
(Figure 6) In which of the images is the force of gravity working on the object?
A light year is a unit of what?
(Figure 1) Which layer of the Earth contains a solid inner and liquid outer layer?
If "Lithos" means rock in Latin, which layer of the Earth do the tectonic plates float on?
(Figure 2) The graph shows a sample of feldspar that was analyzed to find what it was made of. If this sample has a mass of 10g, How many grams of oxygen does it contain?
(Figure 3) The illustration shows relative velocities in centimeters per year. The arrows show the direction of plate movement. Between what two plates is spreading fastest?
(Figure 4) The "Ring of Fire" is located around the edges of which ocean?
(Figure 5) Plants and animals become fossilized when they are buried under vast amount s of sediments. What process caused the fossils to appear near the Earth' s surface again?
(Figure 6) Which of the following statements about the graph is not correct.
(Figure 7) The epicenter of an earthquake is the point at which an earthquake occurs. Station A is approximately how much closer to the epicenter than station B is?
(Figure 7) According to the seismogram, which waves travel the fastest?
What is the equation for speed?
What type pollutants found in ___________ can lead to GI Infections like E Coli.
A natural cause of pollution is
Air pollution is a major problem caused by burning fuels in all of the following but
Why are organophosphate fertilizers used?
75% of diseases are transmitted through
An emerging virus is
A small particle that can get into air sacs of lungs is called
Toxicology is the study of the harmful effects of
The town of Hinkley had been exposed to
An estimate of the probablitity of negative effect caused by a substance is
The force that keeps the planets in orbit around the sun is called
Which is NOT an example of a natural resource?
The energy that powers the water cycle comes from
Sound is caused by
What is one way the human eye and a telescope are alike?
Before starting any science experiment, students should
In the science room, all measurements should be metric. Which unit would be used to measure the mass of a small rock?
A physical adaptation that helps a duck swim is
Which organism in the ecosystem is a producer?
Which gas in the atmosphere condenses to form clouds and rain?
A cactus grows well in a desert ecosystem because it
In the process of making food, plants give off
Water drops that collect on a cold glass of lemonade come from
The energy produced by batteries comes from
Why is coal classified as a nonrenewable resource?
Which of the following activities is a learned behavior?
On Earth, the moon causes changes in
When you eat a hamburger, the energy in the hamburger can be traced back to
What is the easiest way to determine how old a tree is
In a science experiment, the answer you predict is called the
Which is an example of safety equipment?
A closed pathway through which electricity travels is called
An example of a mixture is
What equipment would students use to measure the time it takes a toy car to roll down a ramp?
To show that the results of an experiment are accurate and reliable, a scientist should
Which statement about the movement of the Earth and moon is true?
Which of the following organisms is a herbivore?
The surface of the Earth is made up of jigsaw-like pieces called
Which of the following is classified as a nonrenewable resource?
Which is an example of an instinct?
Which of the following is a constant property?
Day and night on Earth is caused by which of the following?
When a gas molecule loses energy it becomes
Dark eye color is an example of a
Which of the following is NOT a fossil fuel?
Summer time in Texas is hot. What is the reason for this?
Iron and steel are the only metals that
Grass ---> Mouse ---> Snake In this food chain, the niche that the mouse fills is
Fossils are usually found in sedimentary rock. The youngest fossils are found
A fast moving train takes a long time to slow down and stop. This an example of which force?
The stages in which a plant or animal develops are called the
How long does it take the Earth to revolve around the sun?
You are describing an inherited trait when you say that a person's eyes are
Which plant trait is inherited from parents?
What is the formula for density?
Sugar is stirred into a glass of water. The sugar seems to disappear because
Which of the following is an electrical conductor?
Waves crash onto a beach and pull some sand from the beach into the ocean. This is an example of
What form of energy is stored in batteries and food?
What two things are needed to create both sedimentary rock and fossil fuels?
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Your teacher gave a direction but you were reading your science book
Someone in class just answered a test question you did not hear because they were sitting too far away
You are having a hard time understanding your teacher because it is noisy in the hall
Your parents are ALWAYS talking to you from another room or far away and you cannot understand them clearly* Explain the problem to your parents and what would help you for next time Your parents are talking to you from another room or far away and
You are having a hard time hearing your teacher because the fans next to you are too noisy
You cannot hear your friend clearly in the hall when you are walking to class because it is too noisy
What are the 6 nutrients?
The main function for carbohydrates is?
The main function for protein is?
The main function(s) of fat is?
What is the function of minerals?
What is the funtion(s) for vitamins in the body?
The function of water in the body is?
Vitamins are in foods such as?
Minerals are in foods such as?
Carbohydrates are in food such as?
Protein is found in food such as?
A vegetarian can eat this in order to build muscle which is found in protein?
What are the two type of vitamins?
What are the type types of carbohydrates?
Which 3 nutrients provide energy to the body?
Excess fat intake increases the risk of ?
How many calories are in 4 grams of fat?
How many calories are in 8 grams of protein?
What is the small bone in the lower leg called?
What is the bone in the lower arm on the index finger side called?
Alcohol, rohypnol, tranquilizers, and barbiturates are which type of drug.
Tobacco, methamphetamine, cocaine, and crack are this type of drug.
LSD and PCP are this drug classification.
Morphine, heroin, and codeine fall under this drug classification.
Marijuana and ecstasy are these types of drugs.
Lack of coordination, dry mouth, increased appetite, and short term memory loss are symptoms of this drug.
This drug is normally used by snorting it, increases heart rate, and very addicting?
This drug is used intravenously, is a narcotic, comes from the opium plant, and is very addicting.
Date rape awareness tips include:
Saying no, walking away, giving a reason, or making up an excuse are all examples of:
The 3 main chemicals in tobacco are:
This drug is used by licking or sucking off small squares of blotting paper. It is a hallucinogen.
The effects of this drug are increased heart rate, sleeplessness, paranoia, and aggressive behavior.
Why is the use of chewing tobacco increasing in the US?
What percentage of regular smokers start before age 18?
What are some effects of smokeless tobacco?
Which is not a tip for avoiding an assault drug at a party?
What is not a negative effect that drugs and alcohol can have on a person?
What are some ways to avoid a negative situation?
The person who tests your hearing, and your FM
The machine used to test your hearing
Lets you hear the sounds made by the audiometer
The graph showing the results of your hearing test
Shows your left ear hearing results
Shows your right ear hearing results
Measurement for low to high frequency sounds
Measurement for quiet to loud sounds
Low frequency sounds on an audiogram
Middle Frequency Sounds on an audiogram are
High Frequency sounds on an audiogram are
Degrees of Hearing Loss does NOT include
The normal hearing degree range is
The mild degree of hearing loss is between
The moderate degree of hearing loss is between
The severe degree of hearing loss is between
A graph showing how your middle ear is working
Which of these is NOT a reason to have your hearing tested EVERY year?
The machine used to test your middle ear
The tool used by audiologists to see your outer and middle ear
What is the study of the structure and parts of the body called?
How long is the digestive system?
What are the 2 functions of the skeletal system?
What system is made up of hair, skin, and nails?
What is the study of how the body works/functions called?
What are the cells that BREAK DOWN old bone called?
What system is responsible for all body movements?
What system carries hormonal messages?
How many bones are in the average adult?
What connects 2 bones together?
What cells BUILD new bone?
What are free floating bones called?
What is the anatomical name for the shin bone?
What bone is located on the lateral side of the lower leg?
What word means near the surface?
Which is an example of a ball and socket joint?
What system gets rid of waste through urine?
What is the anatomical name for the knee cap?
What is the longest and strongest bone in the body?
What is the anatomical name for the collar bone?
The three friends, Max included, was supposed to meet for dinner later that night.
The singers performs bad cover songs.
The number of students chosen for the prestigious medical internship have more than doubled in the past fifteen years.
Without proper funding and a better campaign strategy, there is no chances that our candidate will be elected to office.
Some members of the tribe has been protesting the recent passage of hunting laws applying to indigenous populations.
The results of the study clearly indicates a reduction in the number of useable pounds that can be salvaged from an average ton of recyclable goods.
The president of Costa Rica, along with two vice presidents, are elected for a four-year term by the people.
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo, which contains 120,000 objects from prehistoric times through the Greco-Roman period, are home to one of the most impressive collections of ancient Egyptian artifacts.
Neither of our school’s students nominated for the national spelling bee were able to win the competition.
Everybody at the party loved the chocolate cake Shelley made.
Equipment for both types of kayaks are similar.
Some dog foods contain corn and wheat that provide the dog with carbohydrates. Why are carbohydrates important to cell processes?
Mrs. Amsler explains to her class that sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl) atoms bond to make table salt (NaCl). Which is the best description of table salt?
Which of these is one of the six most common elements found in the human body?
Alejandro is doing a science experiment. He is given a substance made up of one of the four main types of molecules found in the cells of living things. He notices that the substance does not mix with water. What can he conclude based on this fact?
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what is the Islamic term for life after death?
Everything a Muslim does in their life is called...
barzakh is a....
jannah means....
how many days are Muslims allowed for mourning?
Taqwa is....
The day of Judgement happens at...
bodies of the deceased are washed prior to burial because...
Jannhannam is
the way we live on earth determines how we spend eternity, this is called the...
A solution contains the anion Y and dilute nitric acid. It produced a white precipitate with silver nitrate and a white precipitate with lead(II) nitrate. What ion could Y be?
X gave white ppt with sodium hydroxide solution, dissolved in excess sodium hydroxide solution. In aqueous ammonia, it produced white ppt that was soluble in excess aqueous ammonia
What property do sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide have in common?
Which state is not true about ammonia gas?
Dilute nitric acid was added to a colourless solution S. the acidified solution of S reacted with silver nitrate to give a white precipitate. What is S most likely to be?
What compound in solution produces a precipitate with aqueous ammonia that does not dissolve when an excess of ammonia is added?
Compound X reacts with some metals to liberate hydrogen and is used to make fertilizers. It gives a white precipitate when added to aqueous barium nitrate. What is X?
Wastewater from a factory was found to have a pH value of 2. Which substance could be used to neutralize the wastewater before it is released into the river?
Solution X turns acidified potassium dichromate (VI) from orange to green. What must solution X contain?
Aqueous sodium hydroxide reacts with a metal ion producing a coloured precipitate. This precipitate changes colour on standing. What is the ion present?
Excess of sodium hydroxide is added to aqueous solution of salt X and boiled. Ammonia gas is given off after aluminium foil is added to hot solution. What could X be?
An excess of dilute sulfuric acid reacts with both aqueous barium hydroxide and aqueous barium chloride. In what way are the 2 reactions the same?
X, an acid, was added to a solution of the nitrate of metal Y. A dense white precipitate was formed. What are X and Y?
Pale green solution X gives green ppt with excess aqueous sodium hydroxide. Alkaline gas is given off when the mixture is warmed with powdered aluminum. What does X contain?
In separate experiment,excess of aqueous sodium hydroxide or aqueous ammonia was added to solution X.In both experiments,ppt was obtained which dissolve in excess of added reagent.
2 aqueous solutions, X and Y, are mixed together. Which one of the following pairs would not give a white precipitate?
Excess ammonia solution is added to an aqueous solution which contains calcium and copper (II) ions. Which of the following is a correct observation?
Add dilute nitric acid followed by aqueous silver nitrate to Z; white ppt is formed. Add sodium hydroxide solution in excess to Z; white ppt that is insoluble is formed. What is Z?
Which one of the following would not give a visible reaction with dilute hydrochloric acid?
Hydrogen gas reacts with nitrogen under high pressure and temperature in Haber Process to give?
What is liberty?
What did liberty mean to the American colonists?
What is tyranny?
What solution did the British government create to help govern and defend its now larger empire?
Why did the American colonists feel that Parliament and the king were acting like tyrants?
What was the Stamp Act of 1765?
What Virginia burgess said that anyone who paid the tax was an enemy of Virginia?
What word means a betrayal of one's country by giving help to its enemy?
What word means "refuse to obey those in charge because of different ideas of what is right?
Who were the Sons of Liberty?
"Repeal" means...
This Son of Liberty wrote news articles in Boston attacking the Stam Act.
What caused the Stamp Act to be repealed?
Britain then made the American colonists pa a tax on tea, paper, glass, lead, and paint. What was this called?
"Boycott" means...
The Daughters of Liberty and this poet/playwright asked colonial women to give up buying and using tean and other goods from Britain.
The Boston Massacre was
Because of the Boston Tea Party, England's Parliament made laws that banned town meetings and made colonists feed and house their soldiers called the
The Committee of Correspondence
The Boston Tea Party
As water moves through the water cycle it may become
Which of these would be the best model of the sun and Earth?
Gregor Mendel studied traits of plants. He noticed that the tall pea plants were more common. What type of trait is tall height in pea plants?
How are plant and animal life cycles similar?
Which of the following statements describe a tundra?
What might be the main advantage of a spider building a web?
If people need to wear eyeglasses to help them read, the lenses in the glasses need to
All of the following are mixtures EXCEPT
At what temperature does ice begin to melt?
About how long does it take the moon to revolve around the Earth and go through all of its phases?
How many gates are there to paradise?
What do Muslims call hell?
How do Muslims cross to paradise?
Who are the two terrible angels muslims will meet on the day of judgement?
What is the first gate?
Who is denied access to paradise?
If a Muslim is buried in england, which way should they face?
What is the unforgivable crime?
What is the 4th stage of death?
What is taqwa?
what are muslim women allowed to do at funerals?
akhirah
what is the muslim word for the soul?
the day of judgement
which describes hell?
which describes heaven?
whats way do they face to mekkah?
how long is mourning for?
what is the name of the bridge you cross to hell?
what is the name of the two terrible angels?
What is the meaning of the word connive?
What is the meaning of the word derive?
What is the meaning of the word consensus?
What is the meaning of the word deity?
What is the meaning of the word constrict?
What is the meaning of the word defray?
What is the meaning of the word contort?
What is the meaning of the word defiant?
What is the meaning of the word corroborate?
What is the meaning of the word deface?
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15+ 13 =
12 + 20 =
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Which of these is an example of a physical change?
Sally is investigating physical and chemical changes using eggs, she did the following four actions: Boiled; Cracked; Fried; Scrambled. Which action describes a physical change?
Which of the following represents a chemical reaction?
A balanced chemical equation reflects the idea that the mass of the products
The random molecular motion of a substance is greatest when the substance is
Solids have a definite shape and volume. This is because
The random molecular movement of a substance is at its greatest when the substance is
Solids have definite shape and volume. This is because
Which of the following forms of energy is released or absorbed in most chemical reactions?
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
Service Nobility means that
The Thirty Years' War was
Louis XIV oversaw all of the following EXCEPT
Other countries felt that France's expansionist goals
Catherine the Great's main accomplishment was
The Pragmatic Sanction allowed
Elizabeth I faced
Elizabeth's biggest domestic problem was the Puritans, who wanted to
One of the reasons Puritans were opposed to Charles I was because
The Parliament that Charles called to help put down Scottish rebellion was called the
Oliver Cromwell was leader of the
Charles II was like Cromwell in that he
John Locke believed that
In a limited constitutional monarchy, the monarch had
The British expanded into North America under the guide of
Rationalist thinkers believed in
Mary Wollstonecraft argued that
The First Continental Congress called for
The Declaration of Independence gave
The Articles of Confederation created a
What are elements?
What is an atom?
Describe a proton
Describe a neutron
Describe an electron
How do you find the number of neutrons in an element?
What is a compound?
What is a molecule?
Name two types of bonding
Explain Kinetic Theory of Matter
When the temperature goes up, what happens?
Which phase of matter has the particles that move the MOST?
How are crystalline solids different from regular solids?
How does the hot soup heat up the metal spoon?
*wild card question* What are the names of 2 of Ms. Reno's rats?
2 + 10 x 3 - 4
Which operation would you do first? 2 - 3 + 4 x 10 / 2
What acronym do we use for order of operations?
Which operation do you do first? (3 + 4) - 2 x 8
4 + 2 - 1 x 18 / 3
(5 + 4) x 3
2 + 3 x 5 + 4
What does 3 to the power of 4 mean?
2 x 10 - 3 x 4
10 + 2 x 6 - 4
(6/1)x(1x2)-3
Many northern whites objected to slavery because they believed it
Many southern whites criticized northern business owners for
The territory the United States gained after the Mexican War
The purpose of the Fugitive Slave Act was to
Under popular sovereignty, the decision whether or not to allow slavery in a territory was made by
Abolitionists objected to the Dred Scott decision because it
In 1860 and 1861, seven southern states seceded from the Union in protest of the
The Civil War began with the
How did the book Uncle Tom’s Cabin affect American society in the 1850s?
Which of the following is true of both the North and the South in the mid-1800s?
The Wilmot Proviso, which stated that slavery would not be permitted in any territory gained from Mexico,
What did Senator Stephen Douglas propose in the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
Which of the following did the Supreme Court uphold in the Dred Scott decision?
During his 1858 senatorial election debates with Stephen Douglas, Abraham Lincoln argued that
What was the greatest impact of John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry?
Lincoln’s call for volunteers to defend Fort Sumter led directly to
The phrase “Manifest Destiny” refers to the belief that the United States
Mexican General Santa Anna warned that which U.S. action would mean war?
As a result of the Bear Flag Revolt, Captain John C. Frémont
In general, the policy of President James K. Polk was one of
Carmen, Nicolas, and Luanne are each reading a different book of poetry. Carmen’s book has 119 poems, Nicolas’s book has 383 poems, and Luanne’s book has 17 poems. What is the total number of poems in the three books?
To add 40 + 75 + 25, Crystal first added 75 and 25. Which property did Crystal use to add mentally?
Timmy bought a dictionary that contains 281,215 words. What is this number rounded to the nearest ten thousand?
Australia has an area of about 2,966,000 square miles. What is the square miles rounded to the nearest hundred thousand?
Sue used estimation to find the difference between two numbers. Which difference is about 10?
In 1979, Miss May’s Muffins had 419 employees. Twenty years later, in 1999, the company had 682 employees. What is an estimate for the difference between the number of employees the company had in 1979 and 1999?
What is the sum of 7.535 and 29.02?
Gary is buying two posters. One poster costs $5.43 and the second costs $13.36. How much more does the second cost than the first?
Herman bought a sweater for $28 and a shirt for $13. Which is a way to find out how much change he would get from $50?
Deanna bought 2 caps for $9 each and 2 belts for $13 each. How much did she spend in all?
Students are talking in class at the same time as the teacher.
You are talking on the phone with a friend and cannot understand them clearly
You missed what someone said because you were thinking about your weekend plans
Students are moving and scraping chairs and tables across the floor
Your teacher is facing the board while she is giving directions and you cannot understand her clearly
You missed what your teacher said because you were hungry and thinking about lunch
Noise in the hallway that makes it more difficult to hear your teacher and peers in class.
Your parents are talking to you from another room in the house and you can't hear them clearly
You missed what someone said because you are feeling tired and sleepy
Your friends are talking to you at lunch with their mouths full and you cannot understand them
You are trying to hear your friends talking as you walk in the busy hallway from lunch to gether
You are listening to your teacher in class when your FM receiver battery stops working
You are talking on the phone with your friend about your x-box scores. You are not sure if your friend said he got to level 18 or 80?
Your parents gave you a direction from another room or far away and you cannot understand them clearly* Move closer so you can hear AND see your parents and ask them to repeat using
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This approach uses techniques from various forms of therapy depending on the client's problems.
Sigmund Freud's therapeutic technique.
The blocking form consciousness of anxiety-laden material.
The patient's transfer to the analyst of emotions linked with other realtionships.
The analyst’s noting supposed dream meanings, resistances, and other significant behaviors and events in order to promote insight.
A feature of Rogers' client-centered therapy, empathetic listening in which the listener echoes, restates and clarifies.
A behavior therapy procedure that conditions new responses to stimuli that trigger unwanted behaviors; based on classical conditioning.
This type of conditioning is commonly used to treat phobias.
The study of the effects of drugs on mind and behavior.
______________ is a alternative treatment to Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT), for severely depressed patients.
What kind of homes did the Powhatan Indians live in?
What kind of house dod the Sioux Indians live in?
What kind of house did the Pueblo or Southwest Indians live in?
What did the Powhatan do for transportation?
What did the Sioux do for transportation?
What did the Pueblo do for transportation?
What was the occupation (job) of the Pueblo?
What was the occupation (job) of the Powhatan Indians?
The Pueblo were also known as the ____________
The Powhatan were also known as the ______________
What is the definition of isotopes?
What is the total number of electrons an atom with principal quantum shell 9 can occupy?
HWhat is the relationship between the principal quantum number and ionisation energy?
When electrons are added successively to a set of orbitals of the same energy, they occupy them singly first before any pairing occurs. What is this rule/principal named?
What does the number of valence electrons determine?
What is the order of bond strength from strongest to weakest?
Why are metals a good electrical and heat conductor respectively?
What is an allotrope? What is an example of an allotrope of carbon?
How many bond pairs and lone pairs does a molecule with a trigonal-bipyramidal shape have?
Which is the only atom that hydrogen cannot bond with via hydrogen bonding?
What is the definition of isotopes?
What is the total number of electrons an atom with principal quantum shell 9 can occupy?
What is the relationship between the principal quantum number and ionisation energy?
When electrons are added successively to a set of orbitals of the same energy, they occupy them singly first before any pairing occurs. What is this rule/principal named?
What does the number of valence electrons determine?
What is the order of bond strength from strongest to weakest?
Why are metals a good electrical and heat conductor respectively?
What is an allotrope? What is an example of an allotrope of carbon?
How many bond pairs and lone pairs does a molecule with a trigonal-bipyramidal shape have?
Which is the only atom that hydrogen cannot bond with via hydrogen bonding?
Staph is commonly found in
An industrial chemical that can cause learning disabilites in children is
The UN public health arm is called
A chemical found in paint that can cause brain damage is
An example of a persistant chemical is
An organism that transfers disease causeing organisms to humans is
An organism in which a pathogen lives all or part of its life in
H1N1 was first discovered in
Arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury are examples of
Two emerging viruses are
After an outbreak of an illness scientists use epidemiology to try to find
Some bacteria are resistant to medicine because of the
Hookworm is spread
This disease is expected to have shifts in outbreaks due to shift in mosquito migration caused global warming
A bacteria infection common in hospitals
Cholera is found in
Naturally occuring pollutants can become hazardous to health when they are
A disease caused directly by pollution is
A widespread illness is called a(n)
Developing countries have a
The process that results in changes of inherited traits over time
Genetic drift tends to occur in populations that are
Genetic equilibrium of a population can be disturbed by
What situation might developin a population if some plants' flowers open midday and others at late afternoon
The combined gentic information of all members of a particular population is the population's
Peacocks with bright feathers are healthier and therefore are desired mates is example of
A source of genetic variation is
Natural selections acts directly on
In genetic drift, allele frequencies change because of
The situation in which allele frequencies of a popluation remain constant is called
One of the conditions required to maintain genetic equilibrium is
The seperation of populations by barriers such as rivers or mountians is called
A factor necessary for the formation of a new species is
What is an advantage of meiosis
What is an advantage of asexual reproduction
Two species that evolve in response to each other is
Different species that have evolved to have similar body structure are result of
Similar genes are evidence of
What do all organisms have in common
Extinction can be caused by
Evolution that occurs on a large scale with many species is
The principle of overproduction of offspring states that more offspring increases change of surival but also increases
The idea that changes in environment over time can cause changes in population is
When a population is not evolving it is called
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