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The first Emperor of the Roman Empire was...
Constantinople grew rich because it...
Which of the following is one of the Five Pillars of Islam?
The followers of Islam, and the Jewish and Christian religions all believe...
The largest desert in the world is located in Africa and is called...
The two most important products that were traded in West Africa were gold and...
What item did the people of West Africa usually trade to get salt?
How did the Incas keep records?
Besides communication, one of the main purposes of Incan roads was to...
The Incan ruler was called ______ or
The Incas increased farmland by building...
A famous Chinese thinker...
Japanese warriors followed a strict set of rules called...
Unlike the earlier muslim rulers, Akbar the great allowed the Hindus of India to...
Most peasants needed a lord's permission to...
What was so important about the Magna Carta?
Why was the Holy Land important?
Under the system of feudalism, each person was loyal to those who...
During the Middle Ages, the largest and most powerful religion in Western Europe was...
The Renaissance was not a single event, but rather a...
The Renaissance movement developed in
A main focus of Renaissance visual artists was
Christopher Columbus sailed to the Americas under the support of...
A city built on a hill...
The market place in ancient Greece
The place of worship for Muslims
chromosome is to nucleus as DNA is to
Each body cell ofa goldfish contains 94 chromosomes. How many chromosomes are contained in a goldfish sex cell?
In sexual reproduction, what fraction of genes does each parent contribute to the offspring?
The male sex cell is the
The vast variety of different traits found in humans results from
Which organism consists of one cell?
Which condition is the result of abnormal cell division?
Which process is responsible for growth and repair
Which process gives rise to a variety of traits within a species?
If a species is not longer able to reproduce, it will
Which of the following issues hinders efforts to achieve sustainability?
Where should you get information about environmental issues?
An organized attempt to influence the secisions of lawmakers is called
Which of these planned projects would you NOT need to file an EIS
The government offers low-interest loans to people who build solar homes. This is an example of
A government restricts the production of a certain chemical. This is an example of
Which level of government would you contact if you were concerned about erosion in your neighborhood.
Solutions to environmental problems require
Which is NOT true about the law of the sea
Which field of study should be taken into acount when planning for a sustainable society>
What action lets you affect all levels of government
Envionmental impact statements
Which level of government do lobbyists usually focus on
Why has concern for sustainability increased
Which would not be represent a government incentive
Agenda 21 tried to balance
A condition in which humans can survive indefinitely as their needs are being met
In this group scientists volunteer and do not carry out own research
This place has no native population and serves as a research area
He studied the sea and started an environmental protection foundation.
The Federal Government must provide funding for any laws that cost more than
When environmental and social conditions are linked across political boundries it can be refered to as
MARPOL address
He founded the Sierra club
Management of national parks is the responsibility of the
The Forest Service was created by
Federal regulations that do not provide money for implementation are called
Which level of government is most responsive to citizen input
Muir helped save
The number of original leaks in BP oil spill
What is one of the problem that the Articles of Confederation have?
How far did the Lousiana Purchase stretch?
Who made a cotton gin?
Who is Nat Turner?
Whta is the first major battle?
Where did Lee surrendered to Grant?
Why was the Panama Canal Built???
Who invented the Electrical light bulb?
What does communism mean?
Who caused the Watergate Scandal?
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_______ 25 students in the class?
Which type of data is qualitative data?
Which characteristic best distinguishes quantitative data from qualitative data?
A biology class is studying the effect of temperature on the amount of growth of duckweed in an aquarium. What type of data will they need to collect, and which tools will most likely be used?
Some tools have graduations to show multiple measurements. For example, a ruler may have graduations for both millimeters and centimeters. When measuring the length of an earthworm, which graduations would allow for the most accurate measurement?
Density is mass per unit of volume. Which pair of lab instruments would a student use to measure the density of seawater?
Dan gave five sunflower seedlings each a different type of fertilizer. He measured the initial and final heights of each plant after a month, then calculated the total growth of each one in centimeters. Which is the best method for visually represent
Omar studies the effects of a drought on the water level in a pond. He takes a reading of the water depth at the same location in the pond every day for the duration of the drought. Which method of displaying data would he most likely use to show cha
LeeAnn wants to organize her data from researching the effect of hours of sunlight on plant growth to see if there is a trend in the data. Which would be the best way for LeeAnn to display her data for analysis so she can make predictions about the a
Which is usually the best way to present or communicate inferred data?
Which action is the best example of a direct observation?
El opuesto de alto es.....
El opuesto de llena es ....
El opuesto de estupido es....
El opuesto de rico es....
El opuesto de gordo es....
El opuesto de vieja es....
El opuesto de grande es ....
El opuesto de nuevo es.....
El opuesto de activa es....
El opuesto de malo es....
El opuesto plural femenino de largo es
El opuesto singular femenino de barato es
El opuesto masculino plural de limpia es
El opuesto masculino singular de fea es
What is the virus that causes AIDS.
What is a serious often fatel disease that harms the immune system?
the separation of races in South Africa was called _______________.
What is the sepration of different races in a country?
What isnthe total market value of the goods and services produced by the country in a specific year?
What are man-made things we use to help us work?
What is to committ money or capital to gain financial return?
What trade barrier sets a limit on the number of goods that can be imported?
What is an official ban on trade or other commerical activity with a country?
What is it called when someone has an idea for a good or servic and takes a risk to produce it?
How are you (formal)?
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Some citizens held a public meeting to discuss concerns about their local government. In taking this action, they exercised their right to -
The basic purpose of the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution is to:
At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the Great Compromise and the Three-fifths Compromise both involved the issue of how
Our national government should be strong. State governments should have only limited powers....The executive branch should have significant power.---Who agreed with theses statements
Many Antifederalists opposed ratification of the Constitution until they were guaranteed
Features of the Articles of Confederation ...No national court system or national executive... • Laws required approval from 9 of the 13 states to pass...Congress could not tax ---What was most important to supporters of the Articles of Confederation
Features of the Articles of Confederation ...No national court system or national executive... • Laws required approval from 9 of the 13 states to pass...Congress could not tax ---What argument did critics make about the Articles of Confederation?
One of the decisions reached at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 became known as the Three-Fifths Compromise. Which statement best explains support for this compromise?
Federalists and Anti-Federalists made different arguments about the proper form of government for the United States. Which one of the following statements represents an argument that Anti-Federalists made?
Lacked power to levy taxes...Lacked power to enforce laws...Lacked power to regulate trade ----Which title best labels those three statements?
What right is guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the Constitution?
What right is guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution?
What right is guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution?
What right is guaranteed by the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution?
What amedments protects the rights of the accused (lawyer, speedy trial, public trial, what you're accused of and by whom)?
a nice girl
a funny boy
a tall girl
a short boy
a serious boy
a thin man
a fat cat
a good girl
a bad son
a pretty daughter
Which phrase BEST describes a confederation?
What county in Europe has a federal government?
One reason that the British Commonwealth is called a confederation is that member countries
In which types of government do citizens have no voting rights?
An autocracy puts the power of the government into the hands of
How can autocratic rulers come to power?
Which statement is TRUE about an oligarchy?
In a federal system power is
Which European country has an unitary system of government?
What kind of government does Russia have?
Hugo _______ en la biblioteca
Ellos _____ de la Ciudad de Guatemala.
Vosotros ___________ muy cansados y enfermos.
Juan Jose _____ un carpintero magnífico.
Luis y yo _________ de vacaciones en Puerto Vallarta.
Yo ______ un poco sorprendido con tu noticia.
Tú y tu prima Carla ______ muy buenas para jugar al volibol
El abuelo de Pancho _______ muerto.
Ustedes _______ de Chile o de Argentina.
Tú ______ la persona mas cómica que conozco.
the technology used to adapt and alter organisms and biological processes for a desired outcome
a _________ system is a group of resources working together to solve problems and extend human capabilities
______ technology is the technology of using small amounts of electricity for controlling, detecting, and information collecting
_____ technology is the technology of producing, altering, and combining materials
_____ technology is the technology of putting together mechanical parts to produce, control and transmit motion
_____ technology is the technology of producing, storing, controlling, transmitting and getting work from heat energy
7. Think of them as different books on specific subjects, that the combined knowledge from different books can be used to ____ a product or system
8. _____ technology is technology of putting mechanical parts and materials together to create supports, containers, shelters, connectors and functional shapes
9. The ____ technologies are the building blocks of all technology systems
10. ____ technology is technology of producing light
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A cell that contains a cell wall and nucleus, would be found in which type of organism?
Which human body systems are directly involved in reflex actinos, such as knee jerk, blinking, and jumping when startled?
Which disease is a result of abnormal cell division
The energy obtained from food is measured in units called
To provide energy for the work that cells do, all cells need
In which human body system are hormones produced?
As the population of small fish in a lake decreases, the population of large fish that depend on teh small fish for food will
Fats are important nutrients because they
Which factor has the LEAST effect on a person's metabolism?
Which body system is responsible for the elimination of liquid and gaseous wastes?
Organisms are classified as insects based on their
Nutrients from digested food enter the blood stream through the process of
The kidneys, which remove dissolved wastes from the blood, are organs of the
Which two systems of a rabbit\'s body must be working together for the rabbit to run away from a fox?
In which process is oxygen used to release the energy stored in food
Infectious diseases are caused by
What is the function of DNA in a cell
What is the main function of the circulatory system?
Cells are to tissues as tissues are to
When a person breathes, the lungs absorb oxygen, which is used by cells to carry out the process of
To regard something with horror or loathing. (verb)
strong dilike, bitter hostility (noun)
This vocabulary word can be three different parts of speech
great confusion, disorder
a period of relief or rest
To make ineffective or useless
to involve in
cheerful, lighthearted
an unsuitable or lisleading name
deserving blame or punishment (adjective)
photograph of chromosomes grouped in order in pairs
chart that shows the relationships within a family
error in meiosis in which homologous chromosomes fail to separate
analysis of sections of DNA that have little or no known function, but vary widely from one individual to another, in order to identify individuals
specific characteristic that varies from one individual to another
term used to refer to an organism that has two identical alleles for a particular trait
member of a population of genetically identical cells produced from a single cell
term used to refer to an organism that contains genes from other organisms
Used to represent a non affected male in a pedigree
Represents a carrier female
Which tool would a student use to measure the mass of a metal ball?
In which of these biomes are you likely to find plants with needle-like leaves and animals with thick fur such as bears, and wolves?
Which of the following is not a type of symbiotic relationship in which two organisms interact with each other
Which type of pressure is associated with clear skies?
Which of the following is an important green house gas that has been linked to global warmng?
In an experiment 12 g of solid carbon reacted with a quantity of oxygen gas to form 44 g of carbon dioxide gas. How many grams of oxygen reacted with solid carbon?
Which type of information is not used to create a weather map?
Which factor most influences the number of organisms an ecosystem can support?
Which of the following is not a way that overpopulation affects an ecosystem?
How many variables should ideally be tested for changes in an investigation?
Which weather condition is not represented in a station model?
The increase in which substance allowed land animals to evolve?
Which of the following would have the highest average kinetic energy?
Which of the following environmental changes is likely to take place over the longest period of time?
What percentage of the Earth's water is fresh water?
Which 2 characteristics determine the type of climatic zone, or biome, of a given area?
Which type of cloud is usually associated with thunderstorms?
Which two abiotic factors are most important in determining the characteristics of any biome?
Which type of biome has hot summers, cold winters, and year-round precipitation?
Which tool would a student use to measure the volume of a pop-can?
These types of clouds are puffy and white.
The relationship between clownfish and sea anemones is known as.
The temperature at which water goes from a solid to a liquid is called the...
This form of energy is found in the food you eat.
A roller coaster going down a hill has this type of energy.
A crab has this type of body symmetry.
Which of the following is not an example of one of the kingdoms of living things?
Which of the following is not a mollusk
Which of the following is not a characteristic of arthropods?
Which of the following is an example of a seedless vascular plant?
When using the scientific method, what needs to be done before you can research a problem?
In the following list, what unit of measurement is missing? Kilometer, Centimeter, Millimeter
What are the three fossil fuels?
Describe what happens to water when a cloud is made
What are the parts of an atom
How many elements are there in the world?
What is the chemical formula for water
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
Why is water called the universal solvent?
What does the term abiotic mean?
Which domain does archaeabacteria belong in?
Which of the following are members of the same kingdom?
Which of the following are not members of the same kingdom?
Which of the following is true about the domain Bacteria?
Which of the following is true about all organisms?
Why does the classification system continually change over time?
Which of the following organisms are in the domain Eukarya?
Archaea bacteria are organisms that...
Organisms such as euglenas and amebas belong in the kingdom:
Organisms such as mushrooms and mold belong in the kingdom:
An organism that does not have a nucleus in each of its cells is called:
Organisms that reproduce an identical offspring reproduce:
Organisms that combine the genetic material of 2 parents reproduce:
Which of the following organisms are unicellular?
Which of the following organisms are heterotrophic?
If an organism is eukaryotic, it -
An organism that is a producer in the food chain is-
Which of the following is NOT unicellular?
If you examine pond water, you are most likely to see:
Organisms that are in the domain Eukarya -
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Neurosurgeons have severed the corpus callosum in human patients in order to reduce
Which of the following does not belong with the other four?
Seeing is to hearing as the _____ lobes are to the _____ lobe.
Which brain structure appears to play an active role in integrating sensory information?
The association areas are located in the:
A brain lesion refers to _______ of brain tissue.
The largest and most complex part of the human brain is the
The capacity of one brain area to take over the functions of another damaged brain area is known as brain:
In an energy pyramid, which consumers would have the greatest amount of energy captured by the producers in their food chains?
Which ecosystem would be more likely to survive if a disease killed the grasses?
Leftover food can be put into compost bins, and after a few weeks turns into soil. What is occurring in the compost bin?
The process shown here produces chemical energy. What is missing? carbon dioxide + water ---- glucose + oxygen
Which of these is not a consumer?
What is the concept being demonstrated in an energy pyramid?
In a desert ecosystem how would a large decrease in the number of rats impact the food web?
Which of the following are producers?
When energy is passing through a food web, some of the energy is lost. How much of the energy is passed from one level to the next?
Which of the following organisms can undergo photosynthesis?
What happens to the solar energy absorbed by plants during photosynthesis?
Which best describes the process of photosynthesis?
What kind of energy is necessary to initiate the process of photosynthesis?
Composting is an example of-
On an island there is a population of moose and wolves. As the old moose population increases the wolf population increases, and both decrease the same way. What conclusion can you draw from this?
Mushrooms and bacteria serve an important role in an ecosystem, that of the decomposer. Why are decomposers important to the ecosystem?
What happens to the energy from materials as they decompose in a compost bin?
Essentially, biomass is stored ___ energy that man can convert to electricity, fuel, and heat. Through ___, the energy from the Sun is stored in the plant material.
After observing a compost bin, a student wanted to investigate what microscopic organisms were living in it. What equipment would be needed to view the microscopic animals?
A lab require a glass beaker with blue liquid, a pipette, a glass graduated cylinder, a glass petri dish, leaves and goggles. What do you do first?
A student is using the following. What items are a reason for wearing goggles?
Which molecule in the photosynthesis equation represents food energy made by plants?
What type of energy comes from the Sun?
What were the four Middle Colonies? (Chapter 3)
What was the main religion in the colony of Connecticut? (Chapter 3)
Who founded the colony of Virginia? (Chapter 3)
Define the word Parliament. (Chapter 4)
When did the first Great Awakening begin in the colonies? (Chapter 4)
How long did the French and Indian War last? (Chapter 5)
What did the Proclamation of 1763 do? (Chapter 5)
What did the Stamp Act do that enraged colonists? (Chapter 5)
How did Charlie Townshend die? (Chapter 5)
Why did the colonists call the British soldiers Lobsterbacks? Chapter 5
Which colonial region was the most industrialized?
Jamestown was founded in 1607. What was founded in 1620?
Where did the Quakers mainly settle?
If you came to the New World for political freedom, which part of American life would you be most excited about?
What geographical feature made it easy to trade during colonial times?
Which of these items is a secondary source?
Once slaves were brought to the British colonies, what most likely happened to them?
Which of these might be a cause of a broken glass?
What might cause a dog to bark?
What might cause a kite to fly higher?
Which of these may cause a boy to be hungry?
What is a possible cause of being grounded?
What could a driver do to cause an accident?
What might cause a day to be cold?
I am eating tomato soup for lunch because
Joseph is blowing out the candles since
Before I started sweeping up this mess,
The leaves are blowing across the yard because
Aunt Mabel asked me to feed her dogs since
I missed the bus this morning because
What is a simile?
What is a metaphor?
What is a hyperbole?
Poems are divided into parts called ...
What does the prefix 'pre' mean?
Which one is a graphic element in a poem?
What does the word 'mood' mean in literature? HInt: MM
What does the word 'tone' mean in literture? Hint: TT
What is a memoir?
What type of text is fiction?
This philosophy believes there is not set curriculum. It should change depending on the interest of the students.
The problem-solving way to teach core curriculum, developing a student’s curiosity in the process closely follows which philosophy?
A teacher that believes all truths come from older pieces of written work, and NOT modern-daybooks is probably a(n)
If you are developing rational and analytical abilities, along with your mental discipline, you are probably taught by someone who follows the theory of
Cooperative learning most closely is associated with :
The philosophy which emphasizes teaching strategies to promote students’ contributions to society is most closely associated with
Revising the curriculum to keep up with the changes is related to
John Dewey was a:
The Father of Education is:
John Dewey, a noted progressivist, believed that students should be taught to:
If you are fairly casual about your lessons and frequently ask students what they want to learn, while facilitating their learning, you are a
Romanticists share this belief
Studying certain classic subjects and developing the mind will be followed by a teacher whose philosophy is
A child-centered curriculum is most encouraged by which two philosophies
In the essentialist school of education, the worth of any knowledge is measured by
Which two of the four philosophies are most teacher centered?
Which two of the four philosophies were developed first in the American education system?
Which one philosophy that can dictate the ideal methodology and learning strategies for all learning situations for all students.
The choice to take an eclectic philosophy is NOT made because:
Why is it important to recognize the philosophies of education and identify your own.
There_____ one girl in the park
_________ two pencils in your pencil case?
__________ an exam on monday.
_______ some flowers in the garden.
________ two books in your bag?
__________ any lion in the school.
_________ pictures in the box.
there__________ teacher in the class.
In my house_________ a swimming pool
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Which of the following are abiotic factors?
Don went to the park and witness many biotic factors. Which of the following are biotic factors?
An autotroph living in a ecosystem could also be called
All the populations of organisms living together in an environment are called the -
All the biotic and abiotic in an environment make up -
All the organisms of the same kind living in the same environment is called -
If the following factor was increase, it would decrease the amount of biotic factors in an ecosystem. What is it?
What organism does a food chain always begin with?
All the squirrels, insects, and trees in an area make up -
Which of the following choices are only abiotic factors?
Which statement illustrates Newton's first law?
Which object has the greatest inertia?
if an equal force is applied to two objects of equal mass, the acceleration of the first object will be ______________ the acceleration of the second object.
One Newton of force will give a mass of 1kg an acceleration of __________
What force causes a skater sliding on the ice to gradually slow down?
a force of 240N causes an object to accelerate at 3.2 m/s2. What is the mass of the object? (F=ma)
a .25 kg steel ball experiences a net force of 1.15 N as it rolls down a ramp. What is the acceleration of the ball? (F=ma)
Which of the following will result in the greatest acceleration? (a = F/m)
a seat belt helps you when your car stops suddenly by providing a(n)
what unbalanced force is needed to give a 976 kg vehicle an acceleration
Which statement is true of all rocks?
Igneous rocks are formed by
Which process is mostly responsible for the breaking down of the cliffs into sand-sized sediment?
Weathering and erosion of Earth's crust are primarily caused by
The San Andreas Fault, located in California and the spot of much earthquake activity, is the result of
If shell fragments are foudn in a rock sample, it is most likely that the rock formed
Rocks that are formed primarily from deposition, compaction and cementation are
Which is the correct order of the layers of the Earth from the inside out?
The volcanoes located primarily along the coasts of the Pacific Ocean are known as
All of the following are geological events except
The sun appears to move across the sky during the day. The best explanation for this apparent motion is that Earth is
What is the biggest difference between a star and a planet
Approximately how long does it take to cycle from one new moon to the next new Moon?
Which body in our solar system is classified as a star?
Which two factors determine the gravitational attraction between two objects?
When sunlight in in direct alignment with the Tropic of Cancer, which season is it in the Northern Hemisphere??
An equinox refers to.
All of the following are reasons for the seasons except
When it is summer in the northern hemisphere, which season is it in the southern hemisphere?
During the summer solstice, New York receives
In order to survive, all organisms must have
Different species of carnivorous animals that share the same habitat in an ecosystem may
The process of a fertilized egg, to a tadpole, to an adult frog is an example of
In an ecosystem that includes a snail, water, fish, green plant, and a rock, one consumer in this tank is the
An environmental factor that may contribute to the increase in the rabbit population is
How are these two organisms classified?
Which term describes an organism’s ability to maintain a stable internal environment?
A life cycle is best described as the
A diagram shows a deer and green plants, which statement best describes the relationship between the deer and the plants?
Grasses, shrubs, and trees are called producers because they make
change in a kind of organism over time; process by which modern organisms have descended from ancient organisms
well-tested explanation that unifies a broad range of observations
selection by humans for breeding of useful traits from the natural variation among different organisms
ability of an organism to survive and reproduce in its environment
inherited characteristic that increases an organism's chance of survival
process by which individuals that are better suited to their environment survive and reproduce most successfully; also called natural selection
sructures that have different mature forms in different organisms but develop from the same embryonic tissues
organ that serves no useful function in an organism
Proposed that if the human population grows unchecked there will not be resources to support them
Propes that organisms adapt in their lifetime though the selective use and disuse of traits
form of natural selection in which the entire curve moves; occurs when individuals at one end of a distribution curve have higher fitness than individuals in the middle or at the o
form of natural selection by which the center of the curve remains in its current position; occurs when individuals near the center of a distribution curve have higher fitness than
form of natural selection in which a single curve splits into two; occurs when individuals at the upper and lower ends of a distribution curve have higher fitness than individuals
principle that allele frequencies in a population will remain constant unless one or more factors cause the frequencies to change
situation in which allele frequencies remain constant
Must occur in order for genetic equilibrium to occur
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scientist who studies fossils
method of determining the age of a fossil by comparing its placement with that of fossils in other layers of rock
one of several subdivisions of the time between the Precambrian and the present
tiny bubble, formed of large organic molecules, that has some characteristics of a cell
theory that eukaryotic cells formed from a symbiosis among several different prokaryotic organisms
event in which many types of living things become extinct at the same time
large-scale evolutionary changes that take place over long periods of time
process by which unrelated organisms independently evolve similarities when adapting to similar environments
pattern of evolution in which long stable periods are interrupted by brief periods of more rapid change
process by which a single species or small group of species evolves into several different forms that live in different ways; rapid growth in the diversity of a group of organisms
discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organism a universally accepted name
classification system in which each species is assigned a two-part scientific name
large taxonomic group, consisting of closely related phyla
the study of evolutionary relationships among organisms
diagram that shows the evolutionary relationships among a group of organisms
kingdom of unicellular prokaryotes whose cell walls are made up of peptidoglycan
kingdom of multicellular photosynthetic autotrophs that have cell walls containing cellulose
kingdom composed of eukaryotes that are not classified as plants, animals, or fungi
kingdom of unicellular prokaryotes whose cell walls do not contain peptidoglycan
most inclusive taxonomic category
An strructure on or in the body that increases an organisms fitness
A response to either an environmental cue or social interaction that increases an organisms fitness
An internal response or reaction that increases an organisms fitness
signal to which an organism responds
learning process by which an animal decreases or stops its response to a repetitive stimulus that neither rewards nor harms it
learning process in which an animal learns to behave in a certain way through repeated practice, in order to receive a reward or avoid punishment; also called trial-and-error learn
learning based on early experience; once it has occurred, the behavior cannot be changed
behavioral cycle that occurs in a daily pattern
type of behavior in which an animal sends out stimuli—such as sounds, visual displays, or chemicals—in order to attract a member of the opposite sex
periodic movement and return of animals from one place to another
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Internal Combustion Engine is:
4 stroke engine stages:
4 parts of an automobile:
Parts of a jet engine:
4 forces that affect plane flight:
3 ways a plane moves in the air
3 types of Rocket Fuel
The speaker of “To My Dear and Loving Husband” addresses
The central idea of “To My Dear and Loving Husband” is that
Since his love is too great for her to repay, the speaker wishes that
What chief emotions does the speaker in Bradstreet’s poem express?
The lines “If ever two were one, then surely we. / If ever man were lov’d by wife, then thee” illustrate the Puritan Plain Style because they
Which statement below is the best paraphrase of the following lines? If ever wife was happy in a man, Compare with me ye women if you can.
The speaker in “Huswifery” addresses
Around what task or tasks does “Huswifery” center?
The central idea of “Huswifery” expresses the speaker’s desire to
In “Huswifery,” what is Taylor’s most likely reason for using vivid and elaborate images not typical of the Puritan Plain Style?
In his first stanza, Taylor develops his elaborate metaphor by
When the speaker says “Then clothe therewith mine understanding, will, / Affections, judgment, conscience, memory / My words, and actions,” he is
What does the apparel at the end of “Huswifery” stand for?
To paraphrase either poem, which would you do first?
Which of these details is the best example of the references to everyday objects typical of the Puritan Plain Style?
As a preacher, Edwards uses his sermon to
What is the central message of the sermon?
Edwards’s vivid descriptions of Hell are meant to
Which of these people or forces does the sermon indicate is the most powerful?
Edwards assumes that the members of his congregation believe that they are
What contrasting images does Edwards use to describe God’s wrath?
Edwards uses the phrase “dead in sin” to describe
Edwards compares each of his listeners to “a spider, or some loathsome insect held over the fire” in order to stress a human being’s
Toward the end of the sermon, Edwards’s tone shifts from
According to the final paragraphs, sinners may be able to obtain
To which chief emotion does Edwards appeal in the following passage of the sermon? How awful is it to be left behind at such a day! To see so many others feasting, while you are pining and perishing.
The use of a biblical quotation at the end of the sermon strengthens Edwards’s argument by
Based on the context clues, what does gulf most likely mean in this passage: If God should let you go, you would immediately sink and swiftly descend and plunge into the bottomless gulf.
Based on the context clues, what does exquisite most likely mean in this passage? There will be no end to this exquisite horrible misery.
What kind of increase does the word manifold describe?
Which word below is closest in meaning to recompense?
Which word below is most nearly opposite in meaning to persevere?
n- a ridge of sand created by the wind
-n. an oriental tobacco pipe with a long, flexible tube
-n. a substance believed to cure all ills
-n. head of tribe or clan
-v. to dip or completely submerge in liquid
-v. to be amazed
-v. to put into the care or protection of someone
n. an impression that something might be the case
-v. to sharpen
-v. to restrict through rope or chain
-adj. happening again and again
-v. to act in secret towards a deceitful purpose
What is the earliest that infants should begin drinking cow's milk?
When introducing solid foods, it is usually best to start with:
How long does the AAP recommend that moms breastfeed?
If starting cow's milk at age 12 months, which type should be introduced?
When should solid foods, like rice cereal, be first introduced to an infant?
Which of the following should you avoid giving an infant before 1 year old?
How often, on average, do newborns need to be fed?
How many extra calories do breastfeeding mothers need each day?
What happens to the baby's weight during the first year of life?
When should a baby be weaned from the bottle?
Which nutrient is most important for brain development during the first year of life?
Infants are born with a 6 month reserve of _____.
Which is the correct order to introduce foods to a baby?
Most infants drink about _____ of breast milk or formula per day.
How long after childbirth is a woman's body capable of breast-feeding?
Which term means 'the production of breast milk?'
The first secretion of breast milk that is rich is nutrients and antibodies:
_____23. Will sweating help cool you down when the humidity is 100%?
What gas makes up the majority of the air we inhale?
What gas makes up the majority of the air we exhale?
Dry air is _________% nitrogen and _________% oxygen.
Why is it important to have ozone in earth’s air?
What would happen to life on the earth if all the greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide were removed and why?
What are the layers of the homosphere in order from bottom to top?
A liquid that is hot will move ______________than a cold liquid.
Is the ozone hole a problem?
Is helium found in the homosphere or heterosphere?
What is an atom?
What is a molecule?
What is concentration?
What is humidity?
What is greenhouse effect?
What is Part Per Million?
What are Jet Streams?
What is heat?
What is a barometer?
What is the homosphere?
What is the heterosphere?
What is temperature?
What would measure an objects volume?
If an object has a mass of 75 g, what is its mass in kg?
How many centimeters are in 1.6 meters?
A metal plaque turns blue/green. What is the plaque made of?
Two different cleaning products have exactly the same active ingredient. One is “industrial strength” and cleans much more effectively than the other, which is “regular strength”. If they each have the same active ingredient, what is the difference?
Why is the greenhouse effect important?
Will water evaporate in 100% humidity?
Is the air cleaner today or was it cleaner 30 years ago?
The structure that connects the two cerebral hemispheres is the
The two most basic divisions of the nervous system are the
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Say your sound three times. Yell your sound three times. Whisper your sound three times.
Say five words that start with your sound.
Say five words that end with your sound.
Name five foods that have your sound in it.
Say a sentence that has your sound in it.
Say two more sentences that have your sound in it.
Tell someone how you make your sound correctly.
Say the Pledge of Allegiance. Listen to how you say your sounds correctly.
Say three sentences about how you like summer vacation. Listen to your sounds.
Sing a song for ten seconds. How many of your sounds did you say?
Alpha Particles
As beta particles ionize atoms, they____________
In the equation E=mc2,
Which of the following occurs in the nucleaus during alpha decay?
What changes in the nucleus during nuclear decay by gamma rays?
A sample of plutonium-239 decays to one-eighth of its original amount after 72360 years. What is its half-life?
What are the values of x and y in the following BETA decay - Cu --> Zn + e (you need to know atomic mass and atomic number of Cu and e-)
What are the values of x and y in the following ALPHA decay? Cm --> Pu + He (you need to know atomic mass and atomic number of Cm and He)
Archeologists use the half-life of ____________ to date organic materials
What is non-ionizing, with mass but no charge?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Which of the following types of organisms obtain energy by eating only plants?
What are organisms that feed on plant and animal remains and other dead matter called?
What is the one-way flow of energy in an ecosystem called?
What is each step in a food chain or food web called?
What type of single-celled algae are supported by nutrients in water and form the base of aquatic food webs?
What type of ecosystem occurs in tropical climates and contains dominant species of salt-tolerant woody plants?
Which one of the following is NOT a freshwater wetland?
What type of wetland forms when a freshwater source meets the ocean?
What time of ecosystem exsists at the bottom of the ocean
A lone elephant joining another herd of elephants is an example of
What type of graph is in the shape of a J
On a graph of population growth, the size of the population when the growth rate decreases to zero represents an area’s
Parasitism is an example of a
A resource that cannot be replenished quickly by natural processes is called
The sum total of the variety of organisms in the The sum total of the variety of organisms in the
Development can split a habitat into smaller parts, in an effect known as
Populations that are introduced into a new habitat and reproduce rapidly are known as
The increasing concentration of a harmful substance in organisms at higher trophic levels in a food chain or food web is called
In ecology, what term is used to describe the wise management of natural resources?
Cows that give more milk than other cows are an exampple of
The practice of breeding dogs to produce offspring with specific traits is an example of
Natural selection is the same as
A human’s appendix and a skink’s legs are examples of
when the two extremes on a bell curve are selected for
What principle states that the frequency of an allele in a population will remain constant unless one or more factors cause that frequency to change?
Which of the following is required to maintain genetic equilibrium?
A species that is easily recognizable, existed for a relatively short period of time, and covered a widegeographic area may be used as a(an)
When a paleontologist measures the amount of an isotope present in a fossil, what dating technique is being used?
Huge numbers of species disappear at once during
Who was the president of the Confederacy?
Which is NOT a Confederate general?
Which is NOT a Union general?
Which states were border states?
Which battle was the turning point of the war?
Where was the Confederate capital?
Which battle was the first battle of the Civil War
In which battle did the North take control of the Mississippi River and divide the South?
Where did Robert E. Lee surrender to Ulysses S. Grant?
Which Union general burned a path from Atlanta to Savannah?
Which side had little food and supplies?
Which amendments guaranteed equal protection of the law for all men?
Who was president of the Union?
Who formed the Red Cross?
Which is not true of medical practices in the Civil War?
"Government of the people, by the people, and for the people" is found in the
What is the time period called following the Civil War?
Who assassinated Abraham Lincoln?
Which was not an advantage of the North?
Which was not an advantage of the South?
One of the most popular and influential American novels of the was Uncle Tom\\\'s Cabin which addressed
In the early 1800s, industrialization increased in the U.S. because
During the 1700s and 1800s, Europeans migration to North America resulted in Native Americans experiencing
Marbury V. Madison is considered a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case because it
Some fugitive slaves fled to Canada rather than staying in northern states because
This person sought equal rights for women
The Virginia Company established the House of Burgesses in 1619, which
Protesting a government policy is an example of exercising
People accused of a crime have a right to trial by jury by a jury of their equals was an idea taken from the
The Battle of Saratoga was a turning point in the American Revolution because
A metaphor is
A simile is
A symbol is used to
The theme is
The denotation of a word is
The connotation of a word is
The tree danced in the breeze is an example of
The soft singing of the birds was sweet is an example of
Crash, bang, and splash are examples of
Hope is a bird in someone's soul is an example of a
The sun's heat made the ground a million degrees that day is an example of
The crowd's cheers were like waves crashing on a shore is an example of a(n)
Who is the author of A Midsummer Night's Dream?
What was the setting of A Midsummer Night's Dream?
What type of play is A Midsummer Night's Dream?
Which of the following are some of the men that acted in the play-within-a-play?
Which of the following are members of the group of lovers?
Who does most of Oberon's dirty work for him?
Oberon is jealous of Titania because
In the beginning of the story, why does Egeus come to see Theseus?
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Which type of cell is an animal cell.
Which of the following is an example of the Prokaryotic Cell?
What are the 2 main categories of cells?
Which of the following statements is True
Which of the following is not a difference between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
A cell has a nucleus, is complex and large, and has membrane bound organelles. What type of cell is this?
A cell has circular DNA, is small and simple, and no nucleus or membrane bound organelles. What type of cell is this?
A scientist finds a cell that is very old and very simple. This cell is probably a
Which of the following would be examples of Eukaryotic cells
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Communism was created by what publication?
The Commerce and Slave Trade Compromise stated that congress could not pass any laws concerning slavery for how many years?
The proletariat are the
Bourgeoisie are the
Who wrote the Communist Manifesto?
Which of the following is not a type of governmental power?
The English Bill of Rights was written in
The Magna Carta was written in
The Petition of Right was written in
What means to have or consist of two legislative houses?
What means to have or consist of one legislative house?
Who supported the Constitution and a strong central government?
Who opposed the adoption of the Constitution and a strong central government?
What was the name of the biracial man who died at the Boston Massacre?
Proprietary Colonies were
Charter Colonies were
Royal Colonies were
Where was the Constitution written?
Who was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence?
Who was the Father of the Constitution?
What color absorbs the most light?
What color reflects the most light?
Why does a pencil appear (look) to be bent in a glass of water?
What type of energy is sugar (food)
What type of energy comes from a wall outlet
What type of energy comes from objects moving?
what does metamorphosis mean?
what part of the plant makes food?
what part of the plant makes seeds?
what part of the plant absorbs water and nutrients from the soil
What part of the flower transports water throughout the plant
what happens during photosynthesis?
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence
Who was the father of the Constitution
Where was the Constitutional Convention held
The _______ governed the Colonies before the Constitution
The Virginia Plan was based on
The New Jersey plan was based on
The Constitution went into effect on
bicameral means
The house of representatives follows the _______
The Senate follows the ________
The SUPREME law of the land is
The Preamble states the _____________________ of the Constitution
The number of Articles in the U.S Constitution is
Tells how laws are made
Powers of Congress are listed in
Article V is important because it
3 Types of space craft
Invented the Steam Engine
Invented the Diesel engine
Hovercraft
Invented the Rocket Engine
Newton's 3rd of of motion states:
Invented the Airplane
Invented the Assembly line
Explain how magnetic forces are used to move a maglev train
How does a steam engine work?
Why is the steam engine credited with sparking the Industrial Revolution?
Types of Trains
Types of Bridges
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Why does Puck put flower juice in Lysander's eyes?
Why are the men putting on a play?
How do Snout and Bottom decide to keep from frightening the women?
Who was turned into a donkey?
Why are the men that are putting on the play uspet on the day of the play?
Who is the only person that feels bad for the actors during Pyramus and Thisbe?
By the end of the play, Helena is married to
By the end of the play, Hermia is married to
Who are the King and Queen of the fairies?
Who is the only character still affected by magic in the end?
Because A Midsummer Night's Dream is a _____, it has a ______ ending.
At the end of the play, Puck tells the audience that if they didn't like the play, they should think of it as a
In The Pigman, why are John and Lorraine writing this story?
What was John's nickname?
Which of the following best describes Lorraine's personality?
What profession does John want to have when he gets older?
According to Lorraine, why did Mr. Pignati stay on the line during her first call to him?
Why did John get interested in Mr. Pignati at first?
Why didn't John want Norton to know about the L&J Fund?
How did John convince Lorraine to go to Mr. Pignati's to collect the money?
What does Lorraine's mother do for a living?
Who is Bobo?
How does Lorraine feel about her mother?
Where did Mr. Pignati say Conchetta was when he first met John and Lorraine?
Why did Lorraine accept the stockings from Mr. Pignati?
All of the following were bad omens at the zoo, except
The librarian has the nickname
Lorraine's mother does what to the people she takes care of?
Lorraine, John, and the Pigman do what in the store?
What is John's dad's nickname?
What happened to the clothes that belonged to Conchetta?
Who did John and Lorraine NOT want to invite to the party?
Why was the Pigman in the hospital?
What did the Pigman lie about when he first met John and Lorraine?
What does foreshadowing mean?
How many parts are in a thesis statement?
How many thesis statements should you have in a paper?
Where should your thesis statement go?
Where should the topic sentence be in your paper?
The main goal of persuasive writing is to
Every body paragraph should have at least _____ main ideas.
The kinds of words that connect your paragraphs and ideas together are called
What is an attention grabber and where does it go?
You need to have all of the following in your conclusion paragraph, EXCEPT
All of the following information is needed in a resume EXCEPT
In a resume, what is a reference?
In a resume, what information should you NOT include in contact information?
The purpose of humorous literature is to
Humorous literature can come in _____ form(s).
A _______ is a form of humorous literature thats often found in a newspaper or magazine.
A _____ is a form of humorous literature that uses humor to point out the errors of human nature.
The Gettysburg Address was given
The Gettysburg Address was given by
Which of the following was NOT a major theme in JFK\'s Inaugural Address?
Joan of Arc wrote a letter to tell the English to
Miss T. is the best teacher ever.
I am going to pass this final.
Miss T's full name is Miss Travaglio
School is almost over.
I want to go to the beach.
The bond formed between a metal and a non-metal when a metal transfers an electron to a nonmetal is...
The atomic number is the SAME as an atom's
An example of a homogeneous mixture is...
Which of the following describes a chemical reaction?
A solute is different than a solvent because a SOLUTE...
Water heated to a temperature of 212 F. Large bubbles form and rise to the top of the pan. This is an example of...
An example of a BASE is
What of the following describes an ACID?
Which of the following is NOT a job of water?
The phase where substances do not have a definite volume or shape and where particles spread to fit the container is known as...
Scientifically testing food, using the human senses of sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing...
An illness caused by eating food that has been contaminated in some way...
Using the tools of modern genetics to improve plants, animals and microorganisms for food production...
A mixture that you can see different substances in the mix...
A decorative arrangement added to a food or drink...
Testable predictions that explain observations...
Factors that DON’T change in an experiment...
The bond formed by the transfer of electrons between a metal and nonmetal...
The change of a substance into another substance...
A factor that can change in an experiment...
What is a large raised area of mostly level land?
What is a river or stream that flows into a larger river or stream?
What is a flat grassland region?
What is a warming of the ocean water along the western coast of South America?
Why is Mexico's Central Plateau an important region?
How does it affect the economy in Chile when the price of copper drops.
Some Caribbean islands are formed from the top of underwater volcanoes while others are formed from
Latin America is located in the
When El Nino warms the ocean,
Among the factors that affect the climate in Latin America are
A substance that releases hydrogen ions (H+) into solution when it dissolves in water...
A vitamin C deficiency, causing weakened blood vessels and fatigue...
Heating water until tiny bubbles form at the bottom of the pan and rise to the top...
The substance that dissolves another substance...
Living cells use nutrients in many chemical reactions that provide energy for vital processes and activities...
A greenish liquid that helps to digest fat in the small intestine...
A substance that releases hydroxide ions (OH-) in water solution...
A pictorial summary that displays the different types and amounts of food that you should consume daily...
A substance that is dissolved (what YOU put in)...
Waves of muscular contractions...
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Addiction
Ice cream melting on a hot summer's day
Stem that means out, out of, outside
to throw out with force, authority, or influence
to send out something like a sound or smell
to force out or release something; to explode
the stem that means out, out of, outside
to go out beyond; to be outside and beyond what is expected
to breathe out
to stretch out; to make or become larger
to put out a fire; to bring to an end
to leave out
What word is described. The pizza gave off an aroma so good that all of us on the trip went to the pizza restaurant.
What word is being described. I decided to leave the chocolate cake at home since I was taking three other cakes to the bake sale.
The volcano's lava flowed throughout the island, destroying everything in its path.
The firemen worked hard to get rid of the fire.
If you spend all of your money, you will not be able to buy the game that you want. You will spend over the amount that you were not supposed to.
A certain plant species has evolved to contain a bad-tasting chemical. Which of these is the MOST LIKELY outcome of this adaptation?
The Burmese python, like other snakes, has a loosely hinged jaw. Which of these best describes an advantage of this adaptation?
Which structural adaptation BEST allows a tiger to hunt prey in tall grasses?
The Arctic environment has temperatures that range between - 22 C and 6C with snow covering some of the area. Which adaptation would most likely help a population of organisms survive this environment?
Which population would best be adapted to thrive in a swampy environment?
Which adaptation of black bears best helps them survive cold winters?
A plant has the following characteristics: (1) Short, thick stem. (2) Small, plump leaves covered by a waxy coating. (3) Roots grow close to the surface of the ground For which environment is this plant most likely adapted?
An area that is occupied by one animal or a group of animals that do not allow other members of the same species to enter is called a territory. This is an example of a behavioral adaptation. Which is the advantage of this behavior?
Which of the following behavioral adaptations is best suited for survival in an environment with harsh, extremely cold, and long winters?
An alligator is camouflaged by duckweed in a swamp. How is this an example of an adaptation?
The tropical environment has bushes and trees that reach up high off the ground. Many plant eating animals compete to eat the best leaves on bushes and trees. Which adaptation would benefit an animal in this environment?
Which of these IS NOT an example of a structural adaptation?
Which population would best be adapted to maneuver in a rocky, mountainous region?
Any change in an organism's gene is know as
The permanent dying out of a species or larger group of organisms
While moving back into their rooms, Mrs. May played R B, Mr. Kelsey-country Ms. Lester-80’s rock roll for 6 hours each day. They had 3 ferns. The plants grew at different rates. What is the IV in the experiment?
While moving back into their rooms, Mrs. May played R B, Mr. Kelsey-country Ms. Lester-80’s rock roll for 6 hours each day. They had 3 ferns. The plants grew at different rates. What is the DV in the experiment?
While moving back into their rooms, Mrs. May played R B, Mr. Kelsey-country Ms. Lester-80’s rock roll for 6 hours each day. They had 3 ferns. The plants grew at different rates. What is the control group in the experiment?
While moving back into their rooms, Mrs. May played R B, Mr. Kelsey-country Ms. Lester-80’s rock roll for 6 hours each day. They had 3 ferns. The plants grew at different rates. What are constants in this experiment?
While moving back into their rooms, Mrs. May played R B, Mr. Kelsey-country Ms. Lester-80’s rock roll for 6 hours each day. They had 3 ferns. The plants grew at different rates. What is a good testable question?
While moving back into their rooms, Mrs. May played R B, Mr. Kelsey-country Ms. Lester-80’s rock roll for 6 hours each day. They had 3 ferns. The plants grew at different rates. What is a good hypothesis?
Find the average of the following numbers: 5, 1, 2, 2, 5.
Qualitative data describes objects by using numbers.
Quantitative data describes objects by using numbers.
The unit for measuring mass is:
The method used to find the volume of a regular shaped item is:
What is the proper format to a title of a graph?
What is the acronym that is used to help you to remember the parts of a conclusion?
The scientific method MUST go step by step. You can not skip around.
What is the Independent Variable in an experiment?
What is the control group?
What is the dependent variable?
What does the term 'Renaissance' mean
Most of the Renaissance began and grew in which country?
What was the name of the time period that happened in Europe before the Renaissance?
What was the name of the banking family that ruled Italy. They were wealthy and hired painters.
The Renaissance was inspired by what two ancient civilizations?
What do humanists study?
When did the Renaissance occur?
Science and art focussed on what?
Theology was way of thinking during the Renaissance. Theology is the study of...
'A small nation ruled by a city' describes which of the following
What happened on December 16, 1773?
What happened on March 5, 1770?
What happened on July 4, 1776
What is a modern Communist version of ruled by a few?
In what political system does power to rule lie in the hands of a religious group?
What form of government allows for rule by the people?
What is a democratic system in which policies are made by officials for the people?
What is a governmental system in which an absolute ruler controls the power through fear or force?
In what system is the government controlled by those with the highest social positions, wealth, or highest education?
Who wrote the Spirit of the Laws
Who wrote Leviathan
Who wrote the Second Treatise of Government?
Who believed that any government could be legitimate as long as social organization was by common consent?
Which plan was known as the Randolph Plan?
What plan envisioned a unicameral congress?
The ___________________ government determines who can vote
What event made the British realize that the policy of Salutary Neglect must be changed immediately?
What plan stated that the Executive Branch should be made up of several people?
What was proposed by Ben Franklin?
What was the first government of the United States?
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Pockets of fat storing cells...
A condition in which the body cannot regulate blood glucose levels...
Containing more dissolved solute than it would normally hold at a temperature...
A sterol that can cause a buildup of plaque along the inner walls of the arteries....
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