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Some features in organisms can be compared to spandrels in architecture in that, although they appear to have a function, they are really just there because of the evolution of other structures. This analogy is used as an argument for care in identi
In humans, the pelvis and femur, or thigh bone, are involved in walking. In whales, the pelvis and femur shown in Figure 15-1 are
How do fossils demonstrate evidence of evolution?
On the islands of Hawaii there are a group of about 30 species of highly variable, but closely related, species of plants called silverswords. These species appear to be related to a small group of plants in North America. What are the silverswords
An adaptation is an inherited characteristic that can be
When allelic frequencies remain unchanged, a population is in genetic equilibrium. This statement expresses which of the following?
Which of the following is NOT a factor that causes changes in the frequency of homozygous and heterozygous individuals in a population?
Which of the following lines of evidence for evolution is indirect?
To be in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, a population must be
Mutations in the DNA of genes that can be passed on to offspring
The default view in PowerPoint 2007 is:
The view used when you want to re-arrange your slides in PowerPoint 2007 is:
The four categories of effects offered in PowerPoint 2007 are:
The file extension for a Word 2000 document is:
The file extension for a PowerPoint 2007 presentation is:
Files created in Microsoft Excel are called:
A worksheet is the same as a:
A presentation is the same as a:
Which of the following is a formula for addition in Excel?
Which of the following is an average formula?
Nested IF functions test for more than one condition by including additional IF formulas.
The function calculates the future value of an investment based on fixed payments earning a fixed rate of interest across equal time periods.
To calculate the average of specified values use the _______________ function.
______________ functions test for more than one condition by including additional IF formulas.
If the IF function calculates a bonus if true and zero if false, the zero would be the second argument.
If you do not want the date to update each time you open a workbook, just type the date ______________ using a function.
The function to count all cells in the specified range that are blank is
Variable data are not amounts that are subject to change.
The IF function requires that you specify three arguments in order: the value if true, the logical test, and the value if false.
When entering the NOW function, =NOW( ) will produce
What makes a leaf appear green?
One way to new potato plants grow is when parts of an existing potato fall off and develop into new plants. This is known as "vegetative propagation," and is an example of
All plants are
Photosynthesis takes place in a plant cell’s
The raw materials (ingredients) of photosynthesis are
The sunlight, water, and soil shown in the above drawing all provide the plant with food and nutrients. The plant must then breakdown this food into usable energy through the process of
The largest group in the plant kingdom are "vascular" plants. These are plants that
Which is NOT a characteristic of a plant’s vascular tissue?
Nonvascular plants differ from vascular plants in
Plants that have seed leaves with only one food storage area (such as grass, rice, and tulips) are known as
What takes place when more than one organism seeks the same resource at the same time?
What does the number of individuals of a certain species living in a certain area describe?
The place in which an organism lives is its ___.
Anything that restricts the number of individuals of a species is a ____.
The largest number of individuals of one species that an ecosystem can support is the __.
How an organism survives, where it lives, and what it eats make up that organism's __.
___ is an example of an abiotic factor in an ecosystem.
The first organisms in an area are known as ___.
An organism that eats plants and animals is a/an ___.
All the organisms in a habitat that belong to the same species are known as a ___.
Which is NOT a characteristic of a dicot?
What characteristic do all cone-bearing plants share?
All flowering plants
Gases pass in and out of a leaf through the
What is NOT a function of the roots in plants?
Which is the best definition for the term "germinate"?
A flower is pollinated when
Kudzu is a fast-growing vine that is often seen covering a brick wall or an entry way. This is an example of
The roots of a seedling growing down into the dirt is an example of which of the following?
Fungi are not only a problem for plants, but also for humans. Which of the following gives the best scenario of how plant fungi can hurt humans?
Tom got on the ferrris wheel at 11:30. He got off at 12:00. How many minutes was Tom on the ferris wheel?
Bill and Barb got to the fair at 10:15. They walked around until 11:15. How long did they walk around?
Tom got off the ferris wheel at 12:00 and went to lunch. He finished lunch at 12:45. How long was his lunch?
Barb went to the craft show at 11:15. She told Bill she would meet him 20 minutes later. When were they going to meet?
Sam went in the fun house at 12:10. He stayed for 35 minutes. What time did Sam come out of the fun house?
Ginger got to the fair at 4:00. She left at 9:00. How long was she there?
Becky got to the fair at 3:30. She could stay for 3 and a half hours. What time did she have to leave?
Jane started working at the hot dog stand at 5:10. She had to work for 45 minutes. When did Jane finish?
Sam was supposed to meet Bill at 6:30. He didn't show up until 6:50. How late was Sam?
Bill wanted to win a stuffed animal for Barb. He played the drt game for 15 minutes. He won the bear at 5:15. When did he start playing darts?
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Tom made a shape that had four sides. The sides were 7 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches, and 6 inches. What is the perimeter?
Betty made a three sided shape. All three sides were 15 inches long. What is the perimeter?
Kim's four sided shape had sides that were 7 inches, 8 inches, 2 inches, and 9 inches long. What is the perimeter?
Sam's rectangle had 2 sides that were 7 inches long and 2 sides that were 8 inches long. What is the perimter?
Bob's shape is a square. One side is 5 inches long. What is the perimeter?
David's shape is a triangle. Each side is 9 inches long. What is the perimeter?
Ben made a shape with six sides. Two sides were 10 inches, two sides were 5 inches, and 2 sides were 4 inches. What is the perimeter?
Allen's shape had sides that were 4 inches, 6 inches, 3 inches, and 9 inches long. What is the perimeter?
The cake pan was square. Each side was 9 inches. What is the perimter?
The teacher drew an unusual shape that had seven sides. The sides were 9 inches, 8 inches, 7 inches, 2 inches, 3 inches, 6 inches, and 4 inches long. What is the perimeter?
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The part of a continent that is submerged in relatively shallow sea.
What does Geosat measure?
What does Seasat measure?
The process by which molten material adds new oceanic crust to the ocean floor...
When one oceanic plate is forced underneath another plate then subduction takes place at
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Produces substances that stop stomach acid action and enzymes that break down organic nutrients.
Absorbs water from undigested food.
Controls the release of wastes.
For every action it performs , your body needs ________.
A molecule of protein is made up of smaller units called __________.
The amount of energy available in food is measured in __________.
Fats are also known as ____________.
Vitamin D is made when your body is exposed to ____________.
The human body is about 60% __________.
How long is the large intestine?
Starches are in foods such as potatoes and _____________.
Milk, cheese, and ______________ contain ALL the essential amino acids.
The amount of energy available in foods is measured in ____________.
Provides energy, insulation, and protection for the body.
Saturated fats, found in ____________, are believed to contribute to high cholesterol and heart disease.
____________________ are essential, organic nutrients that help your body regulate its functions, grow, and develop.
Trace minerals include copper and __________.
Next to oxygen, _______________ is the most vital
A protein that breaks down large food molecules in your body so it can be absorbed is called a(n) _______________.
The process of digestion begins in your ___________.
The process of digestion begins in your _____________.
Food that leaves your stomach is the form of a thin, watery fluid called _________.
The major portion of all food ______________ takes place in the duodenum.
The major job of the __________ is to absorb water from undigested food.
Place where food is ground mechanically into small pieces.
Muscular tube that serves as passageway for food.
Turns food into chyme
Major portion of digestion takes place here
Produces bile
Stores bile
This exists when an impairment limits a person's abilty to perform certain tasks.
Which IDEA principal requires schools to educate students with disabilities with children without disabilities to the maximum extent appropriate?
Which statement below is not a purpose of IDEA?
What concept is designed to deliver products and services that are usable by people with the widest possible range of functional capabilities?
What is individually planned, specialized, intensive, outcome directed instruction that is most effectively practiced with the use of research-based instructional methods, guided by direct and frequent measures of student performance?
Which term is best defined as educating students with disabilities in the general education classroom?
What should you use to ensure the best instructional method for all your students?
Fill in the blank: Skills such as dressing, toileting, making a purchase, and meal preparation are all examples of skills most often obtained through _______.
What exists when a particular group receives special education at a rate significantly higher or lower than woudl be expected based on the proportion of the general students population that group represents?
What law extends Civil Rights protection of people with disabilities to private sector employment, public services and accommodations, transportation and telecommunication?
Which is not a goal of the No Child Left Behind Act?
What must be developed for each student with a disability between the ages of 3-21?
At what age must an IEP include information on how the child's transition from school to adult life will be supported?
Which is not one of the 7 components of an IEP?
Fill in the blank: The IEP is a measure of accountability for the _______.
Which is not true of response cards?
Which answer best describes a Continuum of Alternative Placements?
What type of program is a systematic preferral and early intervention process that consists of universal screening and several tiers of increasingly intensive trials of research-based intervention before referral to evaluation for special education?
Who makes the final decision on a child with a disability's academic and functional annual goals included in an IEP?
When determining teh LRE for a child with disabilities, what environment is always the starting poing?
The president’s cabinet is made up of
Why did Washington call up an army to crush the Whiskey rebellion?
In his farewell address, Washington urged Americans
According to the Federalists, the best form of government was one in which decision were made by
One of the major issues dividing the Federalist and Republican parties was
The Alien and Sedition Acts were viewed by Republicans as
The states’ rights theory of the Constitution holds that states
The election of 1800 showed that
What did Hamilton ask Congress to create to build a strong national economy
By what other name is the Republican party called in 1800
People who have come from another country and are not yet citizens are
The crime of encouraging rebellion against the government is
To refuse to recognize a federal law is
The Federalist party favors
The Republican party favors
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Which of the following is NOT a part of how scientists work?
A theory
Which of the following theories is (are) needed to explain why marsupial mammals are found only in Australia?
Cell specialization in multicellular organisms allows cell to
The process by which organisms keep their internal conditions fairly constant is called
In the metric system, the basic unit of length is the
How many centimeters are in 2.4 km?
A compound light microscope
The best instrument to use to separate the liquid portion from the solid portion of whole blood is a (an)
Scientists publish the details of important experiments so that
You and your colleagues are constructing a pedigree for a patient with cystic fibrosis. The individual's brother has also been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. How would this brother be represented in the pedigree?
A man carrying the allele for Huntington's disease marries a woman who is homozygous recessive for the allele. What is the probability that their offspring will develoop Huntington's disease?
An individual has type AB blood. His father has type A blood and his mother has type B blood. The individual's phenotype is an example of ____.
A newly discovered disease is caused by an extremely rare allele of a gene on the X chromosome. The disease is 100% lethal. A female carrier of the allele decides to have children. What percentage of female embryos will die from this disease?
Many traits, such as stem length, are controlled by multiple genes. This is called _____.
Which of the following traits is controlled by the X-linked inheritance?
A chart of an individual's chromosome pair is called a karyotype. Analysis of a karyotype can reveal which of the following?
A couple has a child who, with respect to a specific trait, resembles neither parent. Which of the following is NOT a possible mechanism for this trait?
Down Syndrome is called by which condition?
Karyotypes are better to diagnose which type of genetic defects?
What is the major use for petroleum?
How is natural gas transported?
What is the major use of coal?
Wind is the result of the uneven heating of the Earth's surface
Natural Gas is a yellow gas
This colorless, odorless gas is transported under pressure as a liquid to rural homes
Stored Energy and the energy of position are examples of
Compressed springs and stretched rubber bands are known as having:
The vibration and movement of the atoms and molecules within substances is called heat or:
The energy stored in the center of an atom is:
The movement of energy in longitudinal waves is known as:
The energy stored in the bonds of atoms and molecules is known as:
The movement of electrons produces:
The energy of position is known as:
The movement of atoms, molecules, waves, and electrons is known as:
The Law of Conservation of Energy is the scientific rule that states that energy can be created , but never destroyed.
The movement of objects from place to place is known as:
The amount of useful energy is known as:
Fission and Fusion are examples of
X-rays are examples of
Dams are needed for:
Methane gas produced by a landfill is one example of:
The energy source created in the Earth's core by the radioactive decay of natural elements is known as:
The energy source that produces the largest amount of useable energy but produces waste that must be monitored for thousands of years is known as:
This energy source is created by the fusion of hydrogen atoms into helium atoms:
Huge turbines harness the force of the wind to turn a turbine and generate energy:
The element required to make nuclear energy is:
Energy sources that produce tons of energy but have some negative side effects are known as:
Energy sources that can be continually produced and have few negative side effects are known as:
Light or radiant energy travels...
Which of the following uses the most amount of energy in the American home each year?
If the energy efficiency rating of an appliance increases, the energy it uses will....
Coal, petroleum, natural gas and propane are called the fossil fuels because...
Gasoline is produced by refining which fossil fuel?
A rise in rail road costs would most effect which energy source?
Biomass energy is a result of burning which of the following?
The energy in which of the following is the result of photosynthesis?
During the last ten years the demand for electricity in the US has:
Today the waste generated by nuclear power plants is stored?
Which is the cleanest burning fossil fuel?
Which is state of matter is steam from a kettle?
Which state of matter is a chocolate block?
Which is NOT a property of Iron?
What is a property of aluminum?
The symbol for the element Oxygen is
The Periodic table is a table of
Pure Water molecules are made up of
What would be the best way to remove salt from water.
Which is not a simple mixture but a reaction?
If 1kg of sand was added to water with a mass of 3kg what would the total mass be?
Which is the Chemical Change?
Melted butter is
A match ignited is
Steam from a kettle is
Mentos and Coke Cola is
Salt and water is
Breaking a window is
Petrol ingnited in a car engine
Souring milk is
Oobleck: Corn flour and water is
When it comes to conducting effective meetings, and you are speaking, make each person think that you are speaking:
When it comes to conducting effective meetings, if you avoid becoming defensive when someone else's ideas conflict with yours, you will be more likely to:
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, this type of motion alters how the main motion is treated. This must be voted on before the main motion.
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, before you can make a motion you must:
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, if no one seconds your motion, then it is considered to be
In this type of learning, each student with a given group may have specific tasks for which he or she is responsible
Which one of the following is among the common goals of conducting a meeting?
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, being fair to everyone through majority rules is being:
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, and the chair asks Is the membership ready for the question? he or she is really asking the group if they are ready to:
The reason we use parliamentary procedure to conduct meetings is to:
When building a solution to a problem, it is important to test its performance because:
In a research and development department, design techniques are:
After a mechanic has clearly defined the problem with a vechicle, the next step would be to:
The third step in the problem solving method is:
Why is it critical to first clearly define the problem?
The universal systems model is used because it is:
Which is NOT part of the universal systems model?
Which is NOT a step of the universal systems model
Why is it important to follow a formal problem solving method?
What is the first step in the problem solving method?
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Which is NOT considered to be true?
Which of the following will contribute THE MOST to your financial well-being?
How can you improve your intellectual well-being?
If you are creating a timeline of your financial future, where should the timeline end?
You want your class project to reflect your values. Which item would be BEST to include?
Which of the following is likely to have the LEAST influence on an individual's values?
Which of the following factors is not influenced by values?
A fundamental belief or practice about what is desirable, worthwhile, and important to an individual
Giving up one thing for another
value of something that must be given up to acquire or achieve something else
Need
You want to participate in an activity that will improve your well-being. Which would contribute the LEAST to your well-being?
If you are saving $25 a month to purchase a $150 phone in 6-months, what kind of goal is this?
You are going to set 3 academic goals for this semester. These goals are MOST likely to be accomplished if:
Pay Yourself First
Financial goal
Savings
Money paid out or received in the future is not equal to the money paid out or received today:
What is the purpose of expository text?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a lyric poem?
What types of conflict do characters NOT struggle with in a story?
What is an aside?
What is an epigram?
Who is the author of the novel Freckles?
Which of the following is an internal conflict that Freckles struggles with in the story?
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The American Civil War took place during the
Which Amendment gave United States citizens of all races the right to vote?
What does the term suffrage mean?
Lincoln's 10 Percent Plan dealt with
In American history, the term Reconstruction refers to
Frederick Douglass was an advocate for
The Amendment which abolished slavery and involuntary servitude was the
The purpose of the Freedman's Bureau was to
Which group was created in late 1865 to resist Reconstruction efforts in the South?
During Reconstruction, the Black Codes
Which of these BEST describes the significance of the Emancipation Proclamation?
What was Abraham Lincoln's chief purpose of the Gettysburg Address?
The Constitutional amendment that prohibited denying voting rights to people based on race or color is the
What term describes a white southerner who supported northern Reconstruction policies after the Civil War?
Which Amendment abolished slavery in the United States?
What was the main goal of the 15th Amendment?
Whose Reconstruction plan was based on forgiveness and offered a quick and peaceful reunification of the North and South following the Civil War?
At the end of the Civil War the nation was reunited, but the Southern states still had to do what?
Although the 15th Amendment was added to insure the voting rights of African-American citizens, this right was restricted by states
Which MOST LIKELY caused an increase in racial tension during Reconstruction in South Carolina?
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After 8 years of fighting, the Vietminh defeated a French military camp at this place to secure Vietnam's freedom from France.
Country that ruled Vietnam for 1000 years before it won its independence in 939 CE
Even though Vietnam won its independence from France, Ho Chi Minh wasn't satisfied because he wanted this for Vietnam:
After the conference in Geneva Switzerland, where was Vietnam divided?
Term that means splitting up land (this happened when the Ottoman Empire was split up, when India was split into India and Pakistan, and when Vietnam was divided into North and South Vietnam).
How can Ho Chi Minh best be CONTRASTED to Gandhi?
What country laid claim to Vietnam in the 1900s?
After Vietnam was split up, Ho Chi Minh was in charge of this part of the country and it was based on Communism.
Name of the army Ho Chi Minh created to fight against the French for Vietnam's independence:
What the land area that is now Vietnam was known as in the 1900s:
This man is recognized as a leader in the fight for Vietnam's independence from France:
What country led the fight to split Vietnam into 2 parts and why?
How did the Vietnam War end?
The Vietminh received assistance from what 2 places in its fight against the French for Vietnam's freedom?
Ho Chi Minh aligned himself with this party because he believed it would help him get freedom for Vietnam since they spoke out against European colonial powers.
This was the army Ho Chi Minh created to fight against the United States and anti-Communist forces in South Vietnam in order to try to unify Vietnam:
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The most prominent feature in the oceans, forming an almost continuous mountain range, is the
Marking the boundary between the continental crust and the oceanic crust is the
Where trenches do not exist, the steep continental slope merges into a more gradual incline known as the continental
What does sonar stand for?
Sonar technology is based on the echo-ranging behavior of
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The acronym or initials for our problem solving method is:
The second step in the problem solving method is:
After exploring all possible solutions, you then:
In problem solving, when exploring all possible solutions:
An example of exploring all poosible solutions in a group setting is:
The fourth step in the problem solving method is:
When you look back and evaluate, it enables you to:
What is the first step in problem solving?
It is important to follow a formal problem solving method because it:
What would you do after exploring all possible solutions to a problem?
In problem solving, the process of acting on a solution occurs after:
A workable solution to a clearly defined problem is:
After acting on the best solution, you should:
The best use of any problem solving model ends with:
Before acting on a solution one should ALWAYS:
The universal systems model utilizes the following steps:
The term "DEAL" refers to which of the following:
After you clearly define a problem, you should:
An electrician has acted on a chosen solution to a problem, what would the next step be?
Evaluation of a solution reveals important new information, which can be used as:
If desired results are the input, then actual results are the:
Which represents the sequence of the universal systems model?
In the universal systems model, input includes the:
In the universal systems model, process includes the:
In the universal systems model, output includes the:
The "action" part of the universal systems model is:
The actual results of the universal systems model is:
From a universal systems perspective, what is capital?
Evaluation of your system provides new information also known as:
In research, gathering information that is already known is:
In research, recording information on current situations is:
In research, after gathering information and describing current conditons, the next step is:
Generating ideas in a group setting to solve a problem is:
Before exploring possible solutions you should:
The exploration of all possible solutions is a/an:
Input includes:
During problem exploration it is important to:
Observation and evaluation of results:
Plan revision is a/an:
The clear definition of a problem is a/an:
Building a structure is a/an:
Research is done in order to:
Basic research is research done in order to:
Input includes:
The exploration of all possible solutions is a/an:
Acting on the best solutions is a/an:
Look back and evaluate is a/an:
In the universal systems model, output includes the:
Which represents the sequence of the universal systems model?
The term "DEAL" refers to which of the following?
Why is a ship with a hollow steel hull able to float in seawater?
Based upon their location on the periodic table, which of the following pairs of atoms would most likely form covalent bonds?
What type of matter is Calcium Chloride?
Which of the following statements relates one way water undergoes a chemical change?
Which set of coefficients balances the chemical equation?
Which of the following statements about water dissolving the ionic compound potassium chloride is TRUE?
How does temperature affect solubility?
The pH of black coffee is 5; antacid is 8; hand soap is 10. Which statement is true?
Which will allow measurement of a liquids volume with greatest precision?
At which temperature do KBr and KNO3 have the same solubility?
What is the term for lines that cross to form right angles?
Which is an eight-sided figure?
Which triangle has only two equal sides?
Which angle measures 90 degrees?
Which shapes could be used to form a cylinder?
Which figure does not have parallel sides?
What is the greatest number of right angles that a triangle may have?
Which figure does not have lines of symmetry?
What is the name of a polygon with six sides?
How many faces does a cube have?
What does "tele" mean?
What does "phono" mean?
What does "peri" mean?
What does "graph,gram" mean?
What does "scope" mean?
What does "geo" mean?
What does "micro" mean?
What does "thermo,therm" mean?
What does "meter, metry" mean?
What does "bio" mean?
What is the basic unit of measurement for length in the Metric (SI) System?
Which of the following best describes the definitioon of measurement?
The practice of comparing qualities of an object to a standard is
Convert the miles traveled across a bridge spanning a distance of 10,560 feet?
Which of the following tools is needed to measure objects in very precise increments, thosandths (0.001) of an inch?
What measurement tool would be used for laying out perpendicular lines?
When measuring units of volume, scientists utilize:
When measuring angles from zero degrees to one hundred eighty degrees, the proper tool would be a:
Horsepower and watts are a measurement of:
Which is the measurement for temperature in the SI (metric) system?
The layer in the atmosphere where radio signals bounce off of is called the
The most abundant element in our atmosphere is
CFC's destroy ozone found in the
A temperature inversion occurs in this layer of the atmosphere
The densenst part of the atmosphere is in the
Energy transfer when particles of matter touch each other is called
Energy from the Sun is absorbed mostly by Earth's
As a unit of air increases in altitude in the troposphere, the pressure
The Coriolis Effect causes winds to shift to the right in the _________hemisphere.
The Trade winds occur at a latitude of
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enzymes catalyze reactions by lowering the
cell theory tells us that all cells come fom
cell division in prokaryotes is called
in animal cells _______ move to opposite sides of the cell during cell division to assemble the spindle fibers
the nuclear envelope dissolves during the longest phase of MITOSIS, known as
in plants, the cell plate forms because
the cellular division process associated with sexual reproduction, not growth and development is
DNA is replicated during
DNA stands for
DNA is normally loose in the nucleus in a form known as
chromosomes have sections on them that determine traits, these section are called
DNA condenses to form
pairs of chromatids attach to the _____ to form ____
a light microscope with a 10X occular and a 20X objective has a total magnification of
the correct order is
which of the following is NOT found in the nucleus?
cell movement is done by
which of the following is a function of the nucleus?
which of the following is NOT found in the nucleus?
The central space in the mitochondrion is called the
chloroplasts are found only in plants and algae
cells get energy from
you will not find a cell wall in
the cell or plasma membrane consists primarily of a _________ bilayer
in the chemical equation A+B --- AB, AB is the
energy used by living things is stored in the chemical _____ between atoms in organic molecules
energy transferred by electomagnetic waves
percent of radiation that is REFLECTED by clouds in the atmosphere
has long wave lengths and heat
percent of radiation ABSORBED by Earth
energy transferred by objects that are touching
most energy that reaches Earth
percent of radiation that is REFLECTED by ice and water
on Earth, this mainly REFLECTS solar radiation
In the atmosphere, this REFLECTS incoming radiation
energy transfer due to warm air rising
percent of radiation that are ABSORBED by particles in the atmosphere
Gases that ABSORB solar radiation
greenhouse gases
3 kinds of radiationfrom the sun
short wave lengths, breaks chemical bonds, burns skin, skin cancer
The study of genes, heredity, and the variations of organisms is called ____________.
Traits that are in the DNA - that come from a parent of ancestor are _____________.
Acquired traits are ______________________.
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Going to school is a
Staying informed about current issues is a
_________ are voluntary and fulfilled by choice
Voting is a
Things citizens MUST do are
Which of the following is not a First Amendment right?
What is the FIRST step in the naturalization process?
What is the SECOND step in the naturalization process?
What is the THIRD step in the naturalization process?
What is the FOURTH step in the naturalization process?
Does a person have to serve in the military in order to become a citizen?
What amendment extends due process to the states?
Can the US government establish a national religion?
Petitioning is a __________ Amendment Freedom
What do you call a legal immigrant?
The ability to peacefully gather is known as -
What process does an immigrant need to go through in order to become a citizen?
When is your civics test?
Which is not an 8th grade team?
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Plants that have specialized tissues for carrying mineral, water, or food are classified as ___ plants.
Chloroplasts are ___ that contain chlorophyll
The purpose of the cuticle on a plant is to
The cell wall in plants contains
Plants reproduced with sex cells and
During a plant's life cycle, spores grow into
A gametophyte produces
During a plant's life cycle, a fertilized egg grows into a
During a plant's life cycle, a sporophyte releases
Two groups into which all plants are divided are
Scientists can plan to photograph a solar eclipse because most astronomical events are
Most of the solar radiation absorbed by Earth's surface is later radiated back into space as which type of electromagnetic radiation?
A piece of galena is cut into 4 equal pieces. The density of the pieces compared to the original sample is
As the pressure on a rock increases below the earth's surface, the density of that rock should
The warming of air will cause its density to
When water is frozen, its volume will
Water is most dense when it is in which phase
Isolines that are very close to each other on a map indicate a
A student measures a value to be 10 grams, but it turns out it is actually 20 grams. What is the percent error?
When erosion is equal to deposition the system is said to be in a state of
One factor responsible for the strength of gravitational attraction between a planet and the Sun is the
What causes the Coriolis effect?
Astronomers viewing light from distant galaxies observe a shift of spectral lines toward the red end of the visible spectrum. This shift provides evidence that
Which location receives 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness on June 21?
Planets appear to go in this direction when the earth passes them in space
The summer solstice occurs on which date?
In the northern hemisphwere, stars appear to rotate around this star
A person would cast their longest shadow on the ground when the sun was at this position
During which season in the Northern Hemisphere is the earth the furthest from the sun?
In an ellipse the sun is one focus while this is at the other
Earth's surface winds generally blow from regions of higher
Which weather condition DOES NOT happen when the air temperature was equal to the dewpoint?
Which weather condition most directly determines wind speeds at Earth's surface?
Which statement best explains why an increase in the relative humidity of a parcel of air generally increases the chance of precipitation?
Which climatic conditions exist where winds converge?
If a low-pressure system follows a typical storm track across New York State, it will move toward the
The hottest part of the day typically occurs around
As the temperature of air increase, the air pressure will
As you hike up a mountain what should happen to the air pressure
During a heavy rain storm, the associated air pressure should be
Which surface soil type has the slowest permeability rate and is most likely to produce flooding?
Snowfall is rare at the South Pole because the air over the South Pole is usually
Which factor most likely causes two cities at the same elevation and latitude to have different yearly average temperature ranges?
With the passage of a cold front, what should happen to the temperature of an area?
With the passage of a warm front, what should happen to the pressure of an area?
This front is formed when a cold front over takes a warm front
This front moves the fastest
This is a measure of the void spaces in a material
Capillarity increase when particle size
Ep depends upon
Clouds usually form on the windward sides of mountains because this is where air
Which particle will most likely settle to the bottom first as the velocity of this stream decreases?
Which property would best distinguish sediment deposited by a river from sediment deposited by a glacier?
How can a model river be changed to increase the amount of sediment transported by it?
Which agent is mainly responsible for the most erosion found in New York State?
The streambank on the outside of this meander is steeper than the streambank on the inside of this meander because the water on the outside of this meander is moving
Which event is the best example of erosion?
Which set of surface soil conditions on a hillside would result in the most infiltration of rainfall?
Chemical weathering occurs typically in
Physical weathering occurs typically in
Compared to Earth's continental crust, Earth's oceanic crust is
Quartz and halite have different crystal shapes primarily because
What is the origin of fine-grained igneous rock?
Which processes most likely formed the shale bedrock found near Ithaca, New York?
Which event most likely caused an unconformity at the bottom of a rock layer?
Wavy bands of light and dark minerals visible in gneiss bedrock probably formed from the
Beneath which surface location is Earth's crust the thickest?
Isotasy states the Earth's crust is in
Drainage patterns are related to
When a rock is broken into smaller pieces
Which statement correctly compares seismic P-waves with seismic S-waves?
The movement of tectonic plates is inferred by many scientists to be driven by
The two elements that make up the largest percentage by mass of Earth's crust are oxygen and
Landscapes with sharp horizontal bedrock structure and steep slopes are classified as
Humid landscapes typically have
New earth is created at
Trenches typically occur at
P waves are faster then
You need data from this many seismometer stations in order to find the epicenter of an earthquake
The earths magnetic fields has
In the United States, most of the major damage expected from a future earthquake is predicted to occur near a
The folding of rock layers to form a mountaiin was most likely caused by
Which characteristic is most useful in correlating Devonian-age sedimentary bedrock in New York State with Devonian-age sedimentary bedrock in other parts of the world?
Which radioactive isotope has a half-life most useful for dating an object about 4500 years old?
Based on the theory of plate tectonics, it is inferred that over the past 250 million years North America has moved toward the
The half life of a radioactive material can
In rock layers which have not been disturbed, which is typically the oldest layer?
In order to date a rock sample 4 billion years old a scientist would most likely use this radioactive isotope
An intrusion into a rock layer is
The most important tool in your test taking arsenal is your
This is given up when a choice is made.
This is the selecting of an item or action from a set of possible alternatives.
This is the amount of money exchanged for a good or service.
This is the combining of resources to make goods and provide services.
This is the amount of a good or serivice that consumers are willing and able to sell at a certain price.
Things that motivate or incite people to purchase the goods and services.
Is the amount of a good or service that consumers are willing and able to buy at a certain price.
Is the using of goods and services.
Is the inability to satisfy all wants at the same time.
Which of the following is NOT a resource that is used in the production of goods and services?
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Acceleration involves a change in ________________.
Speed is the rate of change in ______________.
When you graph the motion of an object, you put ____________ on the horizontal axis and _____________ on the vertical axis.
The distance traveled divided by the time taken to travel the distance is _____________.
When a toy truck collides into a toy car, the momentum of ________________ is the same before and after the collision.
On a speed-time graph, a horizontal line shows the change in speed is ______.
Inertia _________________________________________.
To describe velocity, you need to know __________________.
Momentum is a measure of __________________________.
When object A collides with object B and bounces back, its final momentum is __________________ its initial momentum.
If you exert a force on an object in motion you will change its ___________________.
Earthquake waves are called...
Tsunamis are caused by
Which statement is true of P-waves?
The Richter Scale is based on measurement of the ___of seismic wave
Scientist have observed that the plates move at a rate ranging from 1cm to 12cm per ___.
The best way to detect transform faults is by the ___ they cause.
Which of the following would most likely have the youngest rock?
Seismic waves start underground at the earthquakes ____.
San Francisco has experienced several earthquakes because the ___ Fault passes right through the city.
A ___ is an instrument that records and measures seismic waves.
something that is helpful
surprise or amaze
prove to be true or give agreement to
far away in space or time
person who sets up something that lasts
sink below the surface of the water
small village
a large number or someone who entertains guests
feeling of doubt about the future
make or become dry
something that is waited or hoped for
to look in the ground for valuable metals
not plentiful
clever
being the only one of its kind
bottom of a shoe
flat fish that can be eaten
suffering
being like others of its kind
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The immediate cause of the Atlanta riot in 1906 was ...
What business made Alonzo Herndon a successful businessman?
Who was the founder of the NAACP?
Booker T. Washington believed that racial equality would be achieved through
The racial unrest brought about by the Leo Frank case resulted in the creation of a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan, which called itself:
What political party tried to control elections through White Primaries?
What did disenfranchisement mean?
Tom Watson led which political party supported the small farmers?
What became legal under Plessy V. Ferguson?
Which amendment guaranteed the right to vote to all American males of age?
The condition of Earth's atmosphere at a particular time and place.
The layer of gases that surrounds the planet.
What does Earth's atmosphere do to allow us to live here?
What is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere at 78%?
What is the second most abundant gas in the atmosphere at 21%?
Which gas helps us grow and repair damaged cells?
Which gas do we use to release energy from our food?
A form of oxygen that has 3 atoms instead of the usual 2 atoms
What gives off carbon dioxide as a waste product?
Water in the form of a gas is called...
What are the 4 main gases that make up the atmosphere?
What converts nitrogen into nitrates?
Without the atmosphere what would Earth look like?
What is responsible for nearly all of the oxygen in the atmosphere?
What does ozone in the upper atmosphere help absorb?
Which layer of the atmosphere holds most of our ozone?
an example of a scientific law is the law of
science can answer all questions
Biology is
based on its greek origins, the word 'atom' literally means
the electrons of an atom
chemical reactions involve making and breaking
every time chemical bonds are formed or broken
the simple 6 carbon sugar produced in photosynthesis, and used in cellular respiration is
the latin root mono means
glucose is an example of a
long chains of repeating molecular subunits, like links in a chain, are called
examples of macromolecules made from polymers of glucose include
the polysaccharide cellulose is used for
one of the main functions of proteins is to act as __________ which catalyze reactions
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Dad counted 365 logs on the first truck and 199 on the second truck. How many logs in all?
The family traveled 344 miles one week and 277 miles the second week. How many miles did they travel in all?
The mailman sorted 656 pieces of mail on Monday and 549 pieces on Tuesday. How many more pieces of mail were there on Monday?
On Firday 509 people were at the ballgame and 217 people were there on Saturday. How many people were there in all?
Grandpa had 459 nails in a bucket. He used 257 nails to build a doghouse. How many nails are left?
There were 129 airplanes at the St. Louis Airport and 249 airplanes at the Kansas City Airport. How many more planes were there in Kansas City?
The famrer had 265 bushels of corn. He sold 139 bushels of corn. How many bushels of corn does he have left?
Tom watched 146 minutes of TV on Saturday and 147 minutes on Sunday. How many minutes of TV did he watch in all?
Mr. Brown traveled 567 miles on Monday and 147 miles on Tuesday. How many more miles did he travel on Monday?
The football star signed 129 autographs in the morning and 213 in the afternoon. How many autographs did he sign in all?
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 275 + 353 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 158 + 335 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 105 + 490 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 294 + 265 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 104 + 765 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 585 + 412 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 208 + 522 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 114 + 413 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 337 + 109 =
Round each number to the nearest hundred and then add. 624 + 185 =
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Which word means "where people live"?
Which word means "a very long time ago"?
What word means "an official member of a country"?
What is a model of the Earth called?
What does a compass rose show on a map?
What direction is oppostie of southeast?
Which best describes a timeline?
What are laws?
A community that has lots of houses, some stores, and not much area of open land is a ......
What American symbol is on Ellis Island outside of New York City?
What are things that peole make or grow that can be purcahsed called?
Before people used money, what did most people do to get the things they needed?
What is money that is put away to keep or spend later called?
Which of these methods of transportation might Abraham Lincoln have used?
What stands for the states on the American flag?
Which of these means that people are treated fairly?
Which of these is our National Anthem that honors the flag?
Which of these words means
Which of these was used when the Declaration of Independence was signed?
Pictures on maps that stand for something else are called.......
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Where does fresh water exist on Earth's surface?
Why are aquifers important?
A type of memorization strategy that sorts items into groups
A memorization strategy that uses pictures to remember information
A memorization strategy that used a beginning letter of each word in a statement to remember items
A strategy that creates a type of poem to remember information
A strategy that uses number words and words that rhyme with information to remember it
A strategy that uses familiar places to create a route to remember information
DETER is an example of which memorization strategy?
PLease excuse my dear Aunt Sally is an example of which memorization strategy?
The pictures we created to represent the water cylcle is an example of which strategy?
Our route of places to remember the games is an example of which memorization strategy?
Which is an example of an emerging disease that we have experienced in recent history in the United States?
Teratogens are substances that
Paint and pipes in houses are tested for this because it can cause harm if ingested by young children
Where can outdoor chemical hazards be found?
Biomagnification is
When tectonic plates release energy from the stress built up, causing the Earth to shake
volcanic eruptions cause environmental hazards from its
What in the mid-1700s significantly changed human population growth
Which of the following will result in the most rapid population growth?
The average number of children a female member in a population has during her lifetime is called
What was the short term impact of the Bubonic Plague?
How did the Bubonic Plague weaken feudalism?
What document limited the rights of the Monarchy?
Who was at war during the Hundred Years War?
How did merchants benefit from the Crusades?
Who is responsible for bringing the feudal system to Europe?
Which religion believed that Jerusalem was their holy land?
The feudal system relied on
The Crusades were
Which of the following did not contribute to the downfall of feudalism
A word meaning “size”often used to describe scalar quantities is
A measured quantity that is described by stating a size and a direction is called a:
If a force vector acting in a northeast direction is resolved into its components, any vector acting in the north-south direction would be called a(n):
Vector quantities include all of the following EXCEPT:
A scalar is a quantity that can be completely described using:
Jade pulls on a sled with 3 newtons of force toward north. Lara pulls on the sled with 4 newtons of force toward east. The magnitude of the wagon’s resultant force is ____ newton(s).
Sam pushes on a rock with 7 newtons of force toward west. Buck pushes on the rock with 8 newtons of force toward east. The rock rolls _____ with resultant force of ____ newton(s).
When you are seated in a chair, the force exerted on you by the chair is called the:
A dictionary whose mass is 1.0 kilograms lying on a stationary table exerts a force of 9.8 newtons on the table. The force exerted on the dictionary by the table is ____ newtons.
The force that resists the motion of objects due to contact between their surfaces is called ____ force.
Of the following, the statement about friction which is NOT true is:
This law ended the Spoils System by requiring all candidates for government jobs to pass a Civil Service Exam to be eligible for offices
A change to the Constitution approved by Congress and ratified by the states is called a(n) –
A local official such as a mayor can be removed from office by –
Individuals who believed that the government should take actions to protect citizens, consumers, and workers were called
Voters can propose jegislation through which process?
The most famous political machine of the late nineteenth century was
The most famous of the urban political bosses in the late nineteenth century was
Which of the following was NOT a reason urban political machines stayed in power?
City bosses and urban political machines in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries did which of the following?
The Spoils System was abolished by the:
One company which completely controls an entire industry – running all competitors out of business, and charging prices as high as they care to – is called a –
Which of the following WAS NOT a goal of labor unions during the 19th Century?
Which of the following methods WAS NEVER USED by labor unions to achieve their goals?
During this event in Chicago, workers from the McCormick Harvesting Company were protesting a wage cut when a bomb exploded – killing several police officers.
Andrew Carnegie cut the wages of his employees in 1892, and when they went on strike to protest, he fired the men and replaced them with strikebreakers.
When workers at a sleeping car company had their wages slashed, but did not see any decrease in their rents or prices at the company store, they went on strike.
He was the founder of the American Federation of Labor, and he sought the right to collective bargaining, higher wages, and safer working conditions
Which of these was goal of the American Federation of Labor?
The process of becoming more American by learning the English language, US History, and the customs, traditions, rights, and responsibilities of the United States is called –
He was a political cartoonist who’s art work exposed corruption in government and voter fraud -
Journalists who wrote articles or books which exposed corruption or other problems in society were called
She wrote a A History of the Standard Oil Company, a book which condemned the business practices of John D. Rockefeller
The novel The Jungle resulted in the passage of this law
The 16th Amendment to the Constitution
This amendment to the Constitution ended the election of Senators by state legislatures
The average span of time between the birth of parents and that of their offspring is known as a(n)
A trait that makes an individual different from other members of its species
A group of organisms that share similar characteristics and can reproduce among themselves
What is any permanent change in a gene or a chromosome (the DNA) called?
A(n) ________________ is any variation that makes an organism better suited to its environment.
Which of these best illustrates natural selection?
In the phrase survival of the fittest, to what does the term fittest refer?
__________________________ is an adaptation that enables an organism to blend into its environment.
Which word describes the majority of permanent genetic mutations?
Change in inherited traits over time.
A carnivore is _______________.
A herbivore is _______________ .
Plants are _______________ because they produce their own food.
Animals are _______________ because they eat other animals or plants for energy.
Fungi are __________ because they break down waste and dead plants and animals to get the energy they use.
A /An ______________ shows how energy moves from one organism to another.
_______________ is a process used by plants to convert energy in sunlight to energy in food.
A / An _____________ shows how much energy transfers to the next level in a food chain.
A rabbit is a ____________.
A tree is a ________________.
Bacteria and fungi are _______________
The magnet will pick up the nail but not the penny because the nail
A student pushed the magnets together, but they came apart as soon as the student let go. The magnets stay apart from each other because
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