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Hardening of the arteries- a buildup of plaque along the inner walls of the arteries...
The browning reaction that can occur with any type of sugar...
A property of sugar that occurs when a supersaturated sugar solution is heated and then cools...
When fatty acids contain all the hydrogen atoms that they can hold (single bonds)...
The process in which plants use the sun’s energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates & oxygen...
When hydrogen is added to unsaturated fat molecules, breaking double bonds & replacing them with single bonds...
her nickname was "Moses?"
James Monroe and the American Colonization Society wanted to relocate the slaves in this Wes African colony?
People against slvery were known as?
Frederick Douglas' abolitionist newspaper was known as the?
Women held a rather large and important meetin gin upstate New york called the?
Elizabeth Cady stanton and this woman ran the meeting?
He led the fight to reform public education?
The movement to ban alcohol in the 19th century was known as?
He wrote The Last of the Mohicans?
Mobey Dick author
A disease that is caused from a lack of a specific nutrient...
A compound that can be changed into a compound in the body...
Changing a liquid into a soft, semisolid clot or solid mass...
Minerals the body needs in daily amounts of 0.1 g or less...
Excessively large amounts of vitamins...
A protein that is lacking one or more essential amino acids...
Minerals needed in amounts of 0.1 g or more daily...
A type of organic acid that, when chained together with peptide bonds, makes proteins...
The process that changes the shape of protein molecules without breaking its peptide bonds...
Compounds that come from plant sources and may help improve health and reduce the risk of some diseases...
Which of the following is a biotic factor in an ecosystem?
The place organisms live that provide all their basic needs
The smallest unit of organization in an ecosystem
Which of the following is an example of a population?
A way to estimate populations by counting the organisms in a small area and multiplying
Most individuals are added to a population by ______________________.
When a herd of animals leave an area to look for better food sources
An organism\'s role in its ecosystem
Behaviors & physical characteristics that make survival possible
The struggle for survival with limited resources
Which vocabulary word describes the ability to make things move or change?
What are the two main types of energy
Which kind of energy comes from motion or movement?
Which of the following is NOT a type of energy?
Rubbing a balloon on your head and then sticking it to the wall, results from the loss or gain of electrons. Which vocabulary term is described in this situation?
A complete loop, with no gaps, for a current to flow through is known as what?
What do conductors allow?
With magnetic poles, which of the follwing statements are not true?
This term is a slow mechanical wave that affects air molecules.
This term is a fast electromagnetic wave that does not affect air molecules.
If an ecosystem is changed through a natural disaster, organisms will have the best chance of survival if
The relationship that exists when athlete’s foot fungus grows on a human is an example of
In state forests and parks containing varieties of flowering trees and shrubs, there are signs that say “Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints.” These signs are n
If several species of carnivores are removed from an ecosystem, the most likely effect on the ecosystem will be
One reason why people should be aware of the impact of their actions on the environment is that
Which statement best describes some organisms in the food web shown below?
Two of the herbivores represented in this food web are
Which human activity will most likely have a negative effect on global stability?
What is this picture an example of
A certain plant requires moisture, oxygen, carbon dioxide, light, and minerals in order to survive. This statement shows that a living organism depends on
Which statement best describes energy in this food web?
What impact do the amounts of available energy,water, and oxygen have on an ecosystem?
When habitats are destroyed, there are usually fewer niches for animals and plants. This action would most likely not lead to a change in the amount of
The removal of nearly all the predators from an ecosystem would most likely result in
Ecosystems will have a greater chance of maintaining equilibrium over a long period of time if they have
Carnivores would most likely be located in
Which action illustrates an increased understanding and concern by humans for ecological interrelationships?
One irreversible effect of both deforestation and water pollution on the environment is the
Which statement describes a situation that leads to stability within an ecosystem?
Which condition would most likely upset the stability of an ecosystem?
What does the Hawk eat?
What creature is at the bottom of the food chain?
About how many hatchlings become adults?
Myrtle warblers feed at what part of a tree?
What are spider webs for?
What animal is threatened?
What animal is the fastest on land? (*Extra Credit)
Why does a Polar Bear need a big pool?
What eats a snake?
This quiz is about...
Which type of organism can obtain energy directly from any of the other organisms in an ecosystem?
Which structures are listed in order from the least complex to the most complex?
The ameba is a single-celled organism what two processes are most closely associated with the ameba's cell membrane?
Skin cells perform different functions from liver cells the most likely reason for this is that the cells
A piece of refrigerated, cooked meat will remain safe to eat for a longer period of time that a refrigerated piece of raw meat of similar size. Why?
Animals that eat other organisms for nutrition are known as
If the ribosomes of a cell were destroyed, what effect would this most likely have on the cell?
Which substances play an important role in communication between cells in a multicellular organism by acting as chemical messengers?
Because yeast reproduce asexually their offspring usually have
The Double Helix DNA is found in living things, which statement describes on characteristic of this molecule?
What is the name of the plate boundary where one plate is forced under another?
What is the name of the plate boundary where two plates move away from each other
What is the name of the plate boundary where two plates slide past each other?
What is name of the plate boundary where two plates collide
What is the focus of an earthquake
What is the mercalli scale?
Which of these is NOT used to limt the damage of volanic eruptions?
Which of these are not used to quake proof buildings
Why is Oceanic crust forced under continental crusy
How many times more powerful is an earthquake measuring 5 on the Richter than a 3
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Which density demo dealt with liquids of different densities?
Density is considered a:
Which density demo dealt with liquids of different densities?
A good real-life example of Magic Beans is:
Which of the following is a physical change in matter?
Which of the following is NOT a chemical property of matter?
Density can be defined as
The density of an unknown solid is 1.5 g/ml. What will it do when dropped in a cylinder of water?
What is the mass of a piece of wood that has a density of .90 g/ml and a volume of 10 ml?
Which liquids had close densities in the density column lab?
An object with a density of 1.0 g/ml will:
Which of the density labs dealt with gases of different densities?
How would you classify the ability to dissolve in water?
How would you define density?
The sad sphere doesn't bounce is a/an:
A sliced apple begins to brown. This is a sign of:
The fundamental problem of economics is:
Which of the following is an example of an investment in human capital?
The opportunity cost associated with going to college instead of taking a full-time job for $20,000 per year includes:
Alex and Dylan mow and trim lawns. Currently, each man mows and trims a lawn by himself, but the process takes a long time. They would MOST likely improve their efficiency if
With which term is a command economic system MOST closely associated?
The nation of Welton needs to build a new dam to control flooding near its largest city. If Welton is a pure market economy, then these new improvements will MOST likely be left up to
When the U.S. government purchases a submarine from a company, the government has made a major transaction in the
As the price of a good rises in a market, it acts as a signal:
When economists measure the responsiveness of consumers to changes in price, they are measuring:
Organizers of many large sporting events such as the Super Bowl usually set ticket prices lower than the equilibrium price, citing fairness to the public as their reason. What names is given to the resulting set price and disequilibrium situation?
Sharon decided to open a dry-cleaning business. She borrowed some money from her sister and took a loan from a bank. She hired one helper. What is one disadvantage of Sharon’s business?
In which market structure does a firm have greatest control over its product’s price?
The government has recently raised the excise tax on gasoline making it more expensive. Which of the following consumer responses would NOT be a predictable response to this government imposed negative incentive?
A man has $100 to invest and hopes to receive 10 times the amount back ($1,000) by the end of 5 years. This could be BEST accomplished by
Buying stock through mutual funds is less risky than buying individual company stock because
On which of the following do people pay a regressive tax?
When a borrower must repay a loan based on compound interest rather than simple interest, they should expect:
When filing a claim with your own insurance company, you should expect to pay this before you receive compensation for the loss:
A good example of the effect of education on income would be that
Which factor MOST often has the greatest role in determining the amount of money that workers earn during their careers?
Jenny was taking an important test. Her pencil broke. Luckily, she had three more pencils in her case.
Kyle had a huge project due. He had a month to work on it. Kyle didn't start until the night before it was due. Kyle failed.
Cindy's little brother had to be rushed to the hospital. Cindy couldn't sleep until she knew he was going to be okay.
Bobby realizes that his family may not be wealthy but they have each other. And that is more important than anything.
Joy won a basket full of candy and took it to lunch to eat. She wouldn't share with anyone and ended up with a bellyache.
For weeks, Danny didn't watch a single tv show. Instead, he practiced for the spelling bee. Day and night he went over the words. The day of the spelling be came. Danny won. He smiled when he thought about all his hard work.
It was the year 1889. Jane was sad at what she saw. Many people have just moved to America. Some didn't have homes. Some kids needed help at school. Many people needed food. Jane decided to build Hull house so people could get things they need.
Jim placed the blanket on his grandmother. His grandmother was mostly at home alone. Each week, Jim went to spend time with her. They played checkers. She loved the game. Jim knew his grandmother felt less lonely when he was around.
The kids laughed at Todd's odd hair. Todd looked different than everyone else. The way the other kids treated him was terrible. Jill was the only person that talked to Todd. She knew what it was liked to be treated differently.
Megan and Anna are not friends. They never have been. They get paired together to work on a project. They decided not to let anything get in the way of making a good grade.
In the 1780’s, many Americans distrusted a strong central government. This distrust is best shown by the
One way in which the United States Constitution differed from the Articles of Confederation was that the Constitution
Antifederalists criticized the United States Constitution primarily because governing power was concentrated in the
During the debates over the ratification of the United States Constitution, Federalists and Anti-Federalists disagreed most strongly over the
Speaker A:States must be represented in the national government solely on the basis of population. It is indeed the only fair situation. ....Which document was being written when this discussion most likely occurred?
Speaker B:The national legislature must be based on equal representation of the states to protect the interests of the small states.....Which document was being written when this discussion most likely occurred?
Speaker C:States must accept the supremacy of the national government on all issues; otherwise, the system will fail.
The major reason the Bill of Rights was added to the United States Constitution was to
Which statement best explains why the Articles of Confederation established a weak rather than a strong central government?
Which of these parts of the United States Constitution contains fundamental liberties of American citizens?
“The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shouting fire in a theater and causing a panic.” Which interpretation of the Bill of Rights does this statement illustrate?
Which document guarantees freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, and protection from unreasonable search and seizure?
At the Constitutional Convention (1787), the Great Compromise resolved the issue of congressional representation by
To _____ is the purpose of the government according to the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution which will protect our country from attack from other nations.
Which speaker is expressing an idea that was included in the Great Compromise during the drafting of the Constitution in 1787?
What does majority rule mean?
Picture of a man in court.....The following illustration depicts what fundamental principle stated in The Preamble to the U.S. Constitution?
September 11 was a failure in the government providing what of the fundamental purposes stated in The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution?
Which document did not provide for the ability to collect taxes and did not provide for a common currency? This led to its undoing.
We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union...establish this Constitution for the United States of America ----This quote from the Preamble illustrates the constitutional principle that people
What is a geographer’s main activity?
Surveyors…
High-tech information-gathering jobs include working with…
Data analysis jobs require…
Geographers study information to use in planning projects like…
About half the jobs using geography are in the fields of…
A location analyst does what?
Why might a business that has close ties with natural resources rely on geographers?
Climatologists study…
Urban planners may find a location for…
What is another name that physical geographers can be called?
According to your book some physical geographers (Earth Scientists) study
________ is the study of how the shape of the Earth changes.
Some geographers study social, political, and economic issues as they relate to ________ or ________.
This type of geographer asks residents about problems in their neighborhoods to help answer a geographic question for a project
________ geographers usually are hired by government agencies and work closely with political scientists, economists, and sociologists.
When are grades final for the six weeks?
Which class is this?
Who is the worst character?
What does PEMDAS help us do?
What is mental discipline
Who is the poster of in the back wall?
Do I use laptops in math class?
Is it raining outside?
Who is ultimately responsible for how much I learn in class?
what color is the back wall?
Being attacked by a bear
Flooding
Boxing
iphone battery dies
Decided to ask someone to the dance
Forgetting to turn in your homework
murder
bullying
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ascend
finite
infinite
inflict
ingenious
initiate
literally
lure
mania
nostalgia
Earth is ____ closet planet to the sun.
How many moons does Neptune have?
Which planet has extreme violent hurricans as well as the strongest winds?
What does not describe a dwarf planet?
What has the gravitational force which is so strong that nothing can escape from it?
What planet was found using a math problem?
What is a large rock in outer space called?
What is an icy body that releases gas or dust?
Which planet is called the red planet?
The sun is what?
Which of the following best describes the main character in a story?
Which of the following best describes someone or something that opposes the main character.
Which part of the plot would you find information about the setting and the characters?
The series of related events that make up a story
In contrast between reality and expectation
The time and location in which a story takes place is
A figure of speech that compares two unlike things without using a work such as like, or as
poetry without meter or rhyme
When you guess what the writer thinks or believes, you ...
Which important poet used iambic pentameter?
A thesaurus is useful for looking up:
When Boolean Searching, the term "AND":
__________ is when you copy from someone else without giving proper credit.
The best way to start a search in an encyclopedia is to:
A bibliography is the story of someone's life.
An autobiography is about a person and can be written by anyone.
When ordering books by call number, which of the following comes first?
The information located at the bottom of the spine label of a book is called what?
The title of a book is located on the front cover, often the spine of the cover, and here.
Who created the Dewey Decimal System for classification of books?
What is Cuzco?
Who was Topa Inca?
Who was Hernan Cortes?
Who was Francisco Pizarro?
What is a criollo?
What is a caudillo?
What is a regime?
What is a hacienda?
Who was Miguel Hidalgo?
What is a quipu?
What agreement made it easier to trade between Mexico, the United States, and Canada?
Which of the following is true about foreign companies in Latin America?
In recent times, many Latin American countries have tried to improve their economies by forming
The Panama Canal was built to
Most of the caudillos who ruled Latin American countries after independence
Latin American countries relied on exporting
Which US President claimed the US had a right to keep law and order in the Panama region and backed a revolt by the people of Panama against Columbia?
How did Mexico end up with such a large foreign debt.
Which country in South America has the largest foreign debt?
What is a dictator?
The first European colony in the Americas to win independence was
Two leaders who contributed to independence in South America were
How did Brazil win independence?
What happened to Simon Bolivar?
How would you describe the relationship between Bolivar and Prince Ferdinand?
What was Simon Bolivar\'s dream for South America?
San Martin helped free which three countries?
What is a revolution?
Which events helped inspire the criollos to fight for Latin American independence?
He was a crillo priest who helped begin the Mexican Revolution.
All of the following contributed to the fall of the Aztecs accept
The Line of Demarcation was an imaginary line that divided control of the territory in the Americas between which two countries?
Who defeated the Incas?
Who defeated the Aztecs?
Why did Columbus call the people he met Indians?
What is a mestizo?
Where were most Native Americans forced to work?
What were the two most important provinces in Spain ruled?
Some of the effects of European rule were
Who was Moctezuma?
Where did the Aztecs build their civilization?
What happened to the Mayans?
Copan and Tikal were part of which civilization?
Which civilization came up with the mathmatical concept of zero?
Which civilization had floating gardens?
Tenochtitlan was the capital of which empire?
True or False: The Aztecs had over 1000 medicines and could set broken bones and practiced dentistry.
True or False: Because the Aztec army was weak, not many goods were traded in the Aztec empire.
Both the Mayans and the Aztecs were
Both the Aztecs and the Mayans
Gas particles have _______________________ attractions for each other.
Gas particles move in ____________________ lines in all directions.
How much energy is lost by the collision of a gas particle with another particle or with the walls of a container?
Average kinetic energy ________________ temperature.
Gases consist of ________________ particles.
The two variables involved in finding kinetic energy of a particle are:
Lighter molecules have a/n _______________ velocity than/to the heavier ones.
What is diffusion?
What is effusion?
Who created the law of effusion?
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14 = 2c +8
8 = 5d - 12
4w - 6 = 10
5y + 6 = 31
12 + 3v = 27
5x - 7 = 18
7h - 5 = 44
4p - 12 = 16
2s - 8 = 12
One strong ruler. Example was Hitler
Ruled by the people; people can vote
Government powers are split/shared by central and local government
Ruled by a small group or family; a few
Currency of most countries in the European Union
Currency of the United Kingdom
Local/state government is strong; weak central government
Muslim traditions that must be followed
Oldest European religion
Keeps the UK warmer than Russia which helps trade
Head of government in parliamentary system
Romance languages
Ports closed all year due to harsh climate
What structure allows only certain things to enter or a leave a cell?
Which scientist gave the name CELLS to structures he viewed?
Which microscope can magnify up to a million times?
Which of the following is part of a bacterial cell?
Which of the following do groups of different tissues form?
What would happen to a plant cell if it suddenly lost its chloroplasts?
Which organelle is considered the powerhouse of the cell?
Which organelle recieves the directions from the DNA inside the nucleus about which proteins to make?
What do a bacterial cell, a plant cell, and a nerve cell have in common?
Where do most of the cell's life processes take place?
The phenomenon of scarcity stems from the fact that:
The adage, There is no such thing as a free lunch, means
Suppose after graduating from college you get a job working at a bank earning $30,000 per year. After two years of working at the bank earning the same salary, you have an opportunity to enroll in a one-year graduate program that would require you to
A rational decision maker
Trade makes costs
In a competitive market, the quantity of a product produced and the price of the product are determined by
A decrease in the price of a good will
Which of the following would not shift the demand curve for mp3 players?
Workers at a bicycle assembly plant currently earn the mandatory minimum wage. If the federal government increases the minimum wage by $1.00 per hour, then it is likely that the?
The current price of blue jeans is $30 per pair, but the equilibrium price of blue jeans is $25 per pair. As a result,
Suppose buyers of coffee and sugar regard the two goods as complements. Then an increase in the price of coffee will cause a(n)
Suppose the number of buyers in a market increases and a technological advancement occurs also. What would we expect to happen in the market?
A ___________ is a characteristic that can be observed without changing the identity of the substance.
In general, the properties of an object are determined by the properties of the _____________ that make up the object.
What are two physical properties that depend on the amount of material in the object?
The physical form of a substance is known as its ____________.
In nature, what kind of elements are likely to be found as compounds?
Water boiling is an example of a _________ change.
A car door rusting is an example of a _________ change.
Liquid water evaporating is an example of a __________ change.
Folding paper is an example of a ______ change?
Burning paper is an example of a _______ change.
In general, elasticity is a measure of
Demand is said to be inelastic if
A good will have a more elastic demand, the
If the price elasticity of demand for a good is 2.0, then a 10 percent increase in price results in a
Total revenue will be at its largest value on a linear demand curve at the
You and your college roommate eat three packages of Ramen noodles each week. After graduation last month, both of you were hired at several times your college income. Your roommate still enjoys Ramen noodles very much and buys even more, but you plan
Consumer surplus is the area
A result of welfare economics is that the equilibrium price of a product is considered to be the best price because it
Producer surplus directly measures
The primary difference between an import tariff and an import quota is that
Trade restrictions in the real world
When a country allows international trade and becomes an exporter of a good,
Simple statement that tells what you think will happen
part of the experiment that changes
design (making) an experiment to test your hypothesis
something that is kept the SAME through the experiement
repeat the experiment again with the same results
is given NOTHING (not exposed to a variable)
number of objects to be studied during the experiment
any attribute/characteristic of the experiment that can be measured
what observations are called
international system of units - metric system
Translation produces what?
Meiosis is referred to as the chromosome reduction cycle. How is this portrayed?
Prokaryotes use a type of asexual reproduction called?
Crossing over occurs during what phase of meiosis?
Homologous chromosomes are separated in which phase?
If a body cell has 98 chromosomes how many will be in the gametes?
If a gamete has 12 chromosomes how many are in the body cells
During which phase do homologous pairs line up next one another along the equator?
What does the DNA use to get out of the nucleus?
What represents the central dogma?
-n. signs of future events
-adj. Red
-n. reluctance to talk proudly about ones own achievements
-v. to continue
-n. bird from South America to Florida
-n. sameness; boredom
-n. a Chinese ruler
-V. to put out
-adj. noisy and active
-adj. misty or unclear
-adj. strange; foreing
v. to be or remain hidden.
What liquid rose to the top of the liquid density column?
What is the formula for calculating density?
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Which is NOT a possible quantum number?
Which is NOT a possible quantum number?
Which could be quantum number of valence electron of Al?
Which could be quantum number of valence electron of Fe?
What is Pauly Exclusion?
If a certain light has a wavelength of 432 nm, what is the frequency of that light wave?
If a certain light has a wavelength of 400 nm, what is the the energy emitted by light?
What is n in quantum number?
Which of the following is true?
Calculate the maximum number of electrons that can occupy the levels when n = 2
Calculate the maximum number of electrons that can occpy the levels when n = 3
Calculate the maximum number of electrons that can occpy the levels when n = 5
Calculate the maximum number of electrons that can occpy the levels when n = 10
Calculate the maximum number of electrons that can occpy the levels when n = 12
Calculate the maximum number of electrons that can occpy the levels when n = 23
A photon of UV light possesses enough energy to mutate a starnd of human DNA. what is the energy of a single UV photon and a mole of UV photons having a wavelength of 25 nm?
It takes 208.4 kJ of energy to remove 1 mole of electrons from an atom on the surface of rubidium metal. How much energy does it take to remove a single electron from Rb atom?
an FM radio station broadcasts a t99.5 MHz. Calculate the wavelength of the corresponding radio waves.
The laser in an audio compact disk player uses light with a wavelength of 7.80 x 10^2 nm. Calculate the frequency of this light.
Work function of an element is the energy required to remove an electron from surface of solid. The work function for lithium is 279.7 kJ/mol. What is the max wavelength?
Which of these compounds is an Arrhenius acid?
What is the pH of a .3M solution of HCl?
What is the pH of a .7M solution of NaOH?
Which of these acids is the weakest?
Which of these bases is the strongest?
Which of the following salts becomes the most basic when dissolved in water?
All of these are strong bases EXCEPT:
What is the pH of a 1M solution of HF?
Identify the correct acid/conjugate base pair
What is a Lewis base?
What is MOODLE?
How do you add students?
How to you email users?
How do you log in to Moodle?
What do you do if you can\\\'t log in?
I cannot add my own links to Moodle.
There is more than one type of assignment.
Alfresco errors...
Add a chat with Resources
Add a forum using Resources
WHMIS stands for
Which of the following describes mass
Which of the following describes what happens when heat is added to a substance?
This scientist came up with the 'chocolate chip cookie' model of the atom
These particles make up the bulk of the nucleus of an atom
The mass of an atom is mostly contained in the
Who said that matter cannot be created, destroyed, or divided into smaller particles?
Who proposed that electrons surround the nucleus of an atom in specific energy levels?
A liquid has:
Density is:
The symbol for Chlorine is:
Which of the following correctly matches the name of the element with the chemical symbol?
Which of the following is a gas at room temperature?
Which of the following metals is liquid at room temperature?
What is the horizontal row in the periodic table?
Which of the following is ALWAYS the same as the atomic number of an element?
Sodium belongs to which periodic table family?
How many electrons can the first electron shell hold?
Which of the following is a noble gas?
To find out the average atomic mass, you would:
Atoms in non-metals tend to gain
Which of the following can be formed when there is electon transfer between metals and non-metals?
Water is a(n)
How many chlorine atoms are in the compound calcium chlorate Ca(ClO3)2?
What is the ending of an ionic compound consisting of two elements (a metal and a non-metal)?
In the name "cobalt (II) phosphate", what does the Roman numeral reveal about cobalt?
What is the name for the compound CaCl2
barium phosphide is a(n)
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
Which of the following is endothermic?
Proteins are made by
What instructions do genes carry?
How many chromosomes to humans have?
The coate colour of the Spirit Bear is due to
Most mutations
Which type of mutation is beneficial to an organism and, therefore aids in the organism's ability to survive?
Errors in the DNA that appear to neither harm nor help an organism are called
Which of the following is not a mutagen?
Which organelle produces ribosomes?
DNA stands for
The 4 major phases of mitosis are:
The three main phases of the cell cycle are:
tiny tube-like structures made of protein are called
The phase in mitosis in which the duplicated chromosomes form into an X shape is
The phase of mitosis in which the nucleolus forms around the chromosomes is
Which stage is the longest in the cell cycle?
Asexual reproduction requires
Bacteria reproduce asexually by
One of the key advantages of asexual reproduction is
Stem cells have the potential to
Human body cells have
The process of meiosis produces gametes with ________ as body cells
Meiosis I starts with
Meiosis II starts with
Which of the following does not occur in the first trimester of fetal development?
Which of the following is not a layer of a blastula cell
The uterus is where
Artificial insemination (AI) differs from In Vitro fertilization (IVF) because in AI,
Which of the following organisms does not use internal fertilization?
When fertilization occurs in sexual reproduction, a __________ cell is formed
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Which term below is defined by examining or judging carefully?
An example of a secondary source would be a...
Primary Sources are...
Which of the following is NOT a theme of Geography?
A weakness of the Continental Army was that
When Congress desperately printed money to fund the war
King George III hired German mercenaries to increase the strength of his army. These mercenaries were called
Why did the distance between America and Great Britain weaken the British in the war?
Lord George Germain's first plan to win the war was to
Why did many African Americans become Loyalists?
Why did General Howe order the British to stop attacking in the New York battle?
What condition were the Continental Army soldiers in after the New York battle in 1776?
When the Americans attacked their enemy in Trenton, the Hessians
At the beginning of the war, the Americans and British both adopted the same military strategy. This strategy was to
He was believed to be the son of Re, the sun god.
She ruled the underworld with her husband Osiris.
This was the tallest building in the world for 4,000 years.
Female pharaoh who concentrated on building the Egyptian economy.
The golden age of prosperity, achievement, and stability in Egypt.
Also known as Menes, he united Upper and Lower Egypt.
What was the natural barrier that protected Egypt in the south?
How would you describe the Nile flooding?
Who was the king that drove the Hyksos out of Egypt?
The forced payments sent to the pharaoh by conquered peoples are called...
What is 8.03 x 10 ^ 6
What is 3.5 x 10 ^-4
What is 3.503 x 10 ^ -8 in scientific notation?
Convert 27,090,000 into scientific notation.
Convert 68,700,000 into scientific notation
0.000009
0.00000351
Which of the following is in scientific notation?
Which is the least?
Which is the greatest?
Which of the following is a supporting detail in the section titled “Living in Hot and Cold Water”?
What is water pressure?
Which of the following states the main idea of the section titled “The Census of Marine Life”?
Which sentence best states the main idea of this book?
What type of book is Deep in the Ocean?
Which statement is an opinion?
Space is to satellite as underwater is to  _________________.
How are the Shallow Zone and the Deep Ocean Zone alike?
Read this sentence: Over 6,000 new species had never been seen before. Does this sentence inform, persuade, or entertain?
Which of the following was created as a result of ten years of studying and counting ocean animals?
Evaluate for x: 0.25x + 10 = -2x + 27
Evaluate for x: x/4 + 7 = -x + 32
Calculate the average distance from the mean of the following numbers : 72, 61, 70, 68
Calculate the average distance from the mean of the following numbers : 14, 13, 15, 13, 16
The distance from the sun to the earth is 159,600,000,000 miles. How is this number expressed in scientific notation?
An elephant weighs approximately 6,000 pounds. How is this number expressed in scientific notation?
How is this number written in scientific notation: 0.0000000508
Which of the following shows these numbers -20, 10. -24, -6, 0 listed correctly from least to greatest?
Which of the following shows theses numbers 80%, 0.827, 1/3, 8 from greatest to least?
Which of the following shows two rational numbers and two integers?
Grace has 16 jellybeans in her pocket. She has 8 red ones, 4 green ones, and 4 blue ones. What is the minimum number of jellybeans she must take out of her pocket to ensure that she has one of each color?
If 8x + 5x + 2x + 4x = 114, then 5x + 3 =
If r = 5z then 15z = 3y, then r =
Simon arrived at work at 8:15 A.M. and left work at 10: 30 P.M. If Simon gets paid by the hour at a rate of $10 and time and ½ for any hours worked over 8 in a day. How much did Simon get paid?
The sales price of a car is $12,590, which is 20% off the original price. What is the original price?
Jim is able to sell a hand-carved statue for $670 which was a 35% profit over his cost. How much did the statue originally cost him?
The city council has decided to add a 0.3% tax on motel and hotel rooms. If a traveler spends the night in a motel room that costs $55 before taxes, how much will the city receive in taxes from him?
If Leah is 6 years older than Sue, and John is 5 years older than Leah, and the total of their ages is 41. Then how old is Sue?
Solve the following equation for A : 2A/3 = 8 + 4A
Employees of a discount appliance store receive an additional 20% off of the lowest price on an item. If an employee purchases a dishwasher during a 15% off sale, how much will he pay if the dishwasher originally cost $450?
What was one effect of the reunification of Germany?
What mountain range separates Italy from the rest of Europe?
What was the main focus of the cold war?
Both Moscow and London are located on rivers. How does location benefit them economically?
The United Kingdom doesn't have a lot of natural resources. Why?
What conclusion can be drawn from world wide depression?
Which geographic feature makes Italy's climate ideal for attracting tourists?
Why was Prince Henry nicknamed The Navigator?
Why did European countries build empires in Africa and Asia?
After WWII, what war started?
bitter regret or guilt for having done something wrong
surrounding and blockading of a town or fortress by an army; a prolonged period, as of illness
a distinctive feature, as of a person’s character
of, relating to, or located in the city
-pulsing or throbbing with energy or activity; vigorous, lively, and vital
-a sudden idea; a fancy
make good guess; read between the lines
name; identify
sort; organize
beginning, start, attack
5 ÷ 55
3 ÷ 240
8 ÷ 128
2 ÷ 160
5 ÷ 415
2 ÷ 32
2 ÷ 90
4 ÷ 44
6 ÷ 276
9 ÷ 564
3y + 6 = 12
10 + 3v = 25
2x + 8 = 16
3h - 5 = 22
6p - 10 = 26
9s - 40 = 41
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A neutral object has exactly the same number of
A vinyl rod is rubbed with a cotton cloth. The vinyl rod becomes (-) charged and the cotton cloth becomes (+) charged. Which of the following describes the cotton cloth?
Which of the following is a good conductor?
Charges are measured in
Two suspended balloons repel each other when brought together. What can you conclude about the balloons?
Which of the following is not a law of static charge?
The tool that can be used to detect static charges is called a(n)
Electric forces that act on any pair of objects DOES NOT depend on which of the following
Which of the following is an example of an insulator?
A Van de Graaff generator produces charges by using
Which of the following could be used to measure the amount of potential difference in a circuit?
What is the unit for measuring potential difference?
In an alkaline AA battery, the electrolyte could be described as
Which of the following is not a major part of an electric circuit
Which of the following is not an example of an electric load?
A 6V battery is connected to a 10 Ohm resistor. What is the current flowing in the circuit?
Which of the following occurs if resistance is increased in a circuit?
Current is measured with a(n)
Electrons flow from where to where in an electrical circuit?
Cathodes and anodes are examples of
In a parallel circuit with 2 light bulbs connected in parallel,
The point where a parallel circuit branches out is called a
In a series circuit
In a parallel circuit
Power is measured in
Energy is measured in
BC Hydro bills you according to your usage, measured in
Power can be calculated by multiplying
Power can be calculated by multiplying
An air conditioner uses 1000W, and is on for 12 hours in one day. If it costs $0.10 per kWh, how muich does it cost to use the air conditioner for a day?
Evidence indicates that galaxies are
The Big Bang theory
The known universe is approximately
To find out if a star is moving away from you, you would observe
Which of the following is not a known shape of a galaxy?
Our milky way galaxy is
What holds globular clusters of stars together?
Star clusters vary in the number of stars they contain. What is the approximate range for the number of stars found in an open cluster?
Which type of galaxy holds the oldest stars in the universe?
A nebula is
Hydrogen atoms combine to form helium in a process called
Which type of star has an average life of 10 billion years?
A low mass star will eventually become a
Which of the following is not true of high mass stars?
The sun is mainly made up of
Where are most asteroids found in the solar system?
Where is the Oort cloud found?
Cooler, darker regions at the surface of the sun are called
The four innermost planets in our solar system, in order are
What information can astronomers gaine from the colour of a star?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of living things?
What is the difference between a unicellular organism and a multicellular organism?
If the objective lens is 40x and the eyepiece lens is 10x, the total magnification is
Bean shaped structure that produces energy for the cell
Bacteria are examples of
Plant cells are examples of
Diffusion is
Cell membranes are found in
Viruses are not....
Which of the following is not part of cell theory?
This system defends the body against infections
This system detects, signals, and responds to changes in the environment
The organs in the digestive system include
A nutrient used for quick energy is a
The part of the digestive system that ingests food is the
Iron and calcium are examples of
Blood is transported TO the heart through
The left ventricle sends oxygen-rich blood
The heart is a(n)
Oxygen enters your body when you
Pathogens on the skin can be killed by
What are the two types of immune response?
The body's second line of defense is to
Why are white blood cells sent to the part of the body that is infected by pathogens?
The role of helper T cells is
White blood cells...
A vaccine works by stimulating your immune system to
AIDS is caused by
In a severe allergic reaction
HIV attacks
What happens when the amplitude of a wave becomes smaller?
Which of the following statements is true?
Which of the following statements is true?
Which of the following colours has the lowest frequency
Why does a blue car appear to be blue in the sunlight?
Why does a black cat appear to be black?
Which of the following types of radiation has the highest frequency
Which of the following is generally associated with radio waves?
Which of the following types of radiation gives off the lowest amount of energy?
Which of the following has a higher frequency than visible light?
If the angle of incidence is 50 degrees, waht is the angle of reflection?
Which of the following statements describes a property of light according to the ray model of light?
Which of the following describes an object that is transluscent?
Which of the following is used to make an image that is the same size as the object?
What do all three types of mirrors ahve in common?
What type of image would you expect to see if you looked at yourself in the bowl of a spoon?
Which of the following mirrors can be used to make you look taller?
What happens to light rays that pass through a convex lens?
Light rays converge
If the object is more than two focal lengths away from a convex lens, the image will be
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(Gas and dust) exist in space and are remnants from the formation of the universe when it formed
May have rings or other unique surface characteristics
Most are rocky bodies covered with craters, but some have unique characteristics
Some _____ outside the belt have orbits that cross Earth's orbit, which require scientists to monitor their position
Have long, narrow, elliptical orbits that cause them to cross paths with other objects in the solar system
Chunks or rock that burn up upon entering a planet's atmosphere
Prior to entering the atmosphere the chunks of rock move about within the solar system and are known as _____
When the chunk of rock strikes the surface of a planet or moon it is known as a _____
Write the missing power of 10: 37 x ______ = 37,000
Write the missing power of 10: 29 x _____ = 290
Write the missing power of 10: 761 x _____ = 76,100
Juan got 6,000 points on his video game. This is 10 times as many points as he earned yesterday. How many points did he get yesterday?
16 x 32
594 x 7
Evaluate this numerical expression: 54 - (12 + 6)
100 is one-tenth of ______
140 is 10 times as much as _________
700 is 10 times as much ______
What expression matches the steps: double 3 and then add 15
Teddy's heart beats 76 times per minute. If her heart beats at the same rate, how many times will it beat in 1 hour (60 minutes)?
La mère aimerait avoir les hardés de sa fille. Qu'est-ce que le mot veut dire?
La mère aimerait avoir les hardés de sa fille. Qu'est-ce que le mot veut dire?
a
j
j
j
j
j
l
u
The exact spot on Earth where something is found
the position of a place in relation to another place
exchange of goods or services based on custom and tradition
an economy in which business owners and consumers make decisions about what to make, sell, and buy
an economy in which the government owns most of the industries and makes most of the economic decisions
an exchange of goods and services based on at least two other types of economic systems
something that prevents trade between people or nations
taxes placed on items imported from outside the country
in international trade, this is the limit put on the amount of a specific good that can be imported
a trade barrier in which one country announces that it will no longer trade with another country in order to isolate and cause problems
exchange of goods or services
money
country produces goods and services they can best and most efficiently produce
a physical asset used to produce goods and services
people who use their money and talents to start a new business
government in which the central government holds all the power
a group of states united for a common purpose
type of government in which states designate control to a central authority
one person ruling with unlimited power
government of the few, usually ruled by the wealthy
What term is defined as giving important facts/clues to prepare the reader for what's to come?
An English teacher making a grammar mistake is an example of ________________.
Which of the following is a common theme within stories?
What is suspense?
What is an allusion?
Which term is defined as the contrast between what a reader or character thinks will happen and what actually happens ?
True or False: An epilogue comes at the beginning of a story and provides background information.
A reference to a well-known person, event, or literary work in a story is called an allusion.
What is a flashback?
A spolier alert is a common way to describe which literary term?
Every country uses the same currency.
When money from one country is changed into money from another country that is called
_________ is how much one currency is worth in terms of another countries currency.
all currency is worth the same amount
Someone traveling from Thomasville to Europe might have to
tax on imports
restrictions and limits on imports
forbids and stops all trade
three economic questions
based on past customs
based on government demands
based on buyers and sellers
MOST economic systems are
In what year did Alvarez de pineda explore the Texas coastline?
What contribution did alvarez de Pineda make for Spainish exploration?
The main goal of French settlers in Texas was to
What area of the new world was Cabeza de Vaca originally set to explore before his shipwreck?
What factor helped Cortes in his defeat of the Aztec empire?
Which of the following best describes the characteristics of the Age of Contact era?
Which sequence of events is in the correct order?
Which of these explorers landed at Matagorda Bay while searching for the mouth of the Mississippi River?
Which motivation let early Europe explorers to investigate the Americas?
What happened to Narvaez on his journey with Cabeza de Vaca
What does cibola mean?
Which term below is defined as a journey or voyage?
Which term below is defined as being able to produce good crops?
Which term below is defined as a sudden short attack?
Which term below is defined as a large estate or farm that used enslaved people or hired workers to grow and harvest crops?
Which term below is defined as an attempt to kill an entire population, such as an ethnic group?
Which term below is defined as a person who goes to live in a new place where usually there are few or no people?
Which term below is defined the idea that all people are of equal worth?
Which term below is defined as a use of force to get someone to obey?
Which term below is defined as smuggled or stolen goods?
Which term below established the Appalachian Mountains as the western boundary of the British colonies that would become the USA?
Which term below is defined as a document or physical object which was written or created during the time under study.
Which term below is defined as information gathered by someone who did not take part in or witness an event?
Which term below is defined as the study of the earth and everything on it?
Which term below is defined as breaking the rules?
Which of the following is NOT an example of one of the 5 themes of geography?
Which term below is defined as the first permanent English settlement?
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Which of the following is referred to when we speak about the colour of someone's eyes?
Which of the following is the white part of the eye?
Which of the following is true?
What does the term 'focus' mean?
What does a microscope use to magnify objects?
Which of the following is FALSE about optical fibres
Which of the following is FALSE about laser light?
The Hubble telescope is an example of a ____________ telescope
Lizzy cannot see far-away objects clearly; she has
To fix astigmatism
Which of the following is not an example of matter?
What does the kinetic molecular theory explain?
What happens to matter when energy is added to it?
Which of the following are fluids?
Why are fluids able to flow?
How would you determine the volume of an irregularly shaped rock?
Density can be measured by
When you add energy to a substance
Name the change of state that happens when steam turns into liquid water
When frost forms on your grass on a winter day, this change of state is known as
What is the PREPOSITION in this sentence? The book was on the kitchen table.
What is the ADJECTIVE in this sentence? The dog jumped over the blue chair.
What is the ADVERB in this sentence? The little girl slowly closed her eyes.
What is the NOUN in this sentence? The cat was eating very noisily.
What is the ADVERB in this sentence? Don't run, walk quickly!
What is the VERB in this sentence? The boy will not open his book.
What is the PERSONAL PRONOUN in this sentence? Where did he go?
What is the PERSONAL PRONOUN in this sentence? Will you ask her to come over here please?
What is the CONJUNCTION in this sentence? Would you like to play with the cat or the dog?
What is the ADVERB in this sentence? The boy was writing quickly so he could go to lunch.
When two objects ATTRACT each other, they:
When you ROTATE something, you:
When an object is in motion, it is:
What is an ELECTROMAGNET?
A MAGNET is:
When you REPEL something, you:
A METAL is:
POSITIVE means
NEGATIVE means
LIGHT BULBS are:
An OPEN CIRCUIT is:
A CLOSED CIRCUIT is:
A CIRCUIT is:
What is ELECTRICITY?
What is a current?
A SWITCH is
What is an ELECTROMAGNET?
Why does a COMPASS point north?
Why do people use compasses?
What is the first step of the scientific process?
An organism is....
Which of the following is a producer?
What does a food chain pass on to each member?
Which option would a carnivore choose to eat?
Where does an organism live in an ecosystem?
Which option would an herbivore choose to eat?
An omnivore eats...
What is the first step in the scientific method?
Many food chains put together form a....
Which of the following is an example of a decomposer?
Who can create and have a website?
The web domain (.edu, .com, .gov, etc.) informs the user of what?
Learning to evaluate websites is important because...
A biased website is one that...
The name of a website's author is not important for evaluation purposes.
The purpose of a website should be...
A good website would have...
Quality websites will provide information about an author, a way to contact the author, and a date of creation or revision.
A quality website should...
A quality website does not need a date it was created because if it wasn't valid it would have been removed already.
What does "C" stand for?
The 6th step is "A". What is the strategy used for "A"?
Step 1 in the note taking process is?
The 7th step is?
"F" stands for what in the note taking process?
The 2nd step in taking notes is?
What does "R" stand for?
The note taking phrase is?
"F" is what step in the note taking process?
"R" is what step in the note taking proacess?
Where did Georges Seurat live?
Seurat developed the style of painting known as...
Pointillism involves the use of __________ to create an image.
If Seurat wanted green grass in one of his paintings, he would use which color dots to create the grass?
Georges Seurat did not like to __________ colors.
Georges Seurat was a(n)...
Suerat painting the masterpiece, Sunday ___________ on the Island of La Granded Jatte.
Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte can be seen at the...
Seurat had ________ child(ren).
The cause of Seurat's death was...
What is the chemical symbol for SILVER?
What is the chemical symbol for FLUORIDE?
What is the chemical symbol for ALUMINIUM
What is the chemical symbol for POTASSIUM?
What is the chemical symbol for IRON(III)?
What is the chemical symbol for MAGNESIUM?
What is the chemical symbol for HYDROGEN?
What is the chemical symbol for OXIDE?
What is the chemical symbol for NITROGEN?
What is the chemical symbol for CHLORIDE?
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Round 34.288 to the nearest whole number.
Round 8379.829 to the nearest hundredth.
Round 78.092 to the nearest tenth.
Round $78.92 to the nearest dollar.
Round 123.798 to the nearest hundredth.
Round 3,765.006 to the nearest hundredth.
Which number can round to 78.95?
Which number can round to 1,278.06?
Which number can round to 2.9?
Government where the people elect both the executive and legislative branches of government
Government where the people elect the legislative branch and the legislative selects the executive.
Type of government where the ruler is not held responsible to the will of the people
____, often described as a centralized government, is one in which all powers held by the government belong to a single, central agency
The 50 “states” lack which basic characteristic of a state?
A federal government is one in which
The institution through which a society makes and enforces its public policies
Thinking of the Social Contract Theory, where society creates the government, society gives the government
Which of the following powers can the National Government exercise?
All of the following are examples of Reserve powers EXCEPT the power to
Which of the following is an example of a concurrent power?
Which of the following is an example of a legislative check over the executive branch?
Which of the following best describes the concept of limited government?
The power of the Supreme Court to declare acts of Congress unconstitutional is an example of
What is the idea that the powers of government are split into three distinct branches called?
The Anti-Federalist’s concerns over a lack of protection for personal rights led to the ratification of:
hese powers are given to the national government but are not stated in the Constitution.
Which of the following is a method of formal amendment?
The ability to tax and punish criminal is an example of this power
Which principle of the Constitution did the New Jersey and Virginia Plan share?
3 x 5
what is bigger 465 or 456
Order these numbers from greatest to least 12,15,9,5
What number is in the tenths place? 123,456
subtract: 12-5=
What is my name?
What color is my favorite
What is my son's name
How old am I?
Is this fun?
What did David use to kill Goliath?
Who was David the son of?
At the beginning of the story, David's job was as a
What did kind Saul offer as a reward for killing Goliath?
Fill in the blank- There's no way you can fight this _________ and possibly win! You're only a boy, and he's been a man of war since his youth.
Fill in the blank- All right, go ahead, and may the _____ be with you!
Fill in the blank- You come to me with a sword, spear and javelin, but I come to you in the name of the Lord of Heaven's Armies- the God of the armies of _________.
Fill in the blank- This is the Lord's battle, and he will give ____ to us!
Fill in the blank- So David triumphed over the Philistine with only a sling and a stone, for he had no _____.
Fill in the blank - When the ___________ saw that their champion was dead, they turned and ran.
I want ______ gummy bears _____ jelly beans for a snack.
Mary likes ____ Skittles _____ Sweet Tarts.
_______ save me a seat _____ I will leave my coat on that chair.
Mark earns a lot of money because he _____ works late, ___ has a second, part-time job.
I knew it was going to be a bad day because I _____ over slept ____ missed the bus.
We will go to the movies ______ tonight ____ tomorrow night.
_______ Mary _____ Alice like rap music.
I will be your friend ______ you stay here_____ move away.
______ Mom ______ Dad insist that I practice an hour a day.
I want to go ________ to Disneyworld ________ to Sea World.
Antarctica is completely located in the —
South America is in the —
West Virginia can be found in the __________ region.
Which cities would be found in the Midwest region of the United States?
Detroit is to the automobile industry as Chicago is to the —
The people who worked in textile (fabric and garment) mills in 1901 would most likely have lived in —
The steel industry was located around which city?
Which invention would have had the greatest impact on westward expansion?
How did early colonizers of the Great Plains use windmills to enable themselves to be able to live there?
Barbed wire was invented to help the westward settlers keep —
Which amendment protects free speech?
Which Article describes the Legislative Branch?
What are the first ten amendments called?
Which Amendment protects the right to bear arms?
Which article describes the Judicial Branch?
Which Article describes the process of adding amendments?
Which amendment protects against illegal search and seizure?
Which Article describes the relationships between state and federal governments?
Which amendment reserves rights to the states?
Which amendment protects the right to a jury in a criminal trial?
Which amendment reserves rights to the people?
Which amendment protects the right to a jury in a civil trial?
Which Branch of our federal government reviews our laws
Which Article Describes the duties of the House and Senate?
Which Article Describes the duties of the President?
Which part of our constitution makes it flexible?
What subatomic particle has a positive charge?
What subatomic particle has a negative charge?
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