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What subatomic particle has no charge?
What is the center of an atom called?
A negative ion is called an ______________.
A positive ion is called a ___________.
_______________ and _______________ are located in the nucleus of an atom.
The Atomic number identifys the number of ____________.
To find neutrons you must subtract the atomic number from the _____________________.
Which part of an atom determines the element?
Made up of gas, dust, and billions of stars and has different shapes
spherical or flattened disks
A nucleus of bright stars and two or more spiral arms
no definite shape
The distance light travels in on year
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What are the 3 properties of a drug?
Which is the most important property of a drug?
If a drug is not effective, it should still be used.
There is a such thing as a "safe" drug.
There is no such thing as a selective drug, all cause side effects.
What is the objective of drug therapy?
All patients are unique, therefor drugs must be tailored to them and their situation.
Which is the definition of a drug?
the study of drugs and their interactions is what?
clinical pharmacology is what?
clinical pharmacology is the study of drugs in patients as well as healthy volunteers.
therapeutics is different than pharmacotherapeutics.
therapeutics is the use of drugs to:
U.S. law does not require that a drug be proven effective before releasing for market as long as it is still being studied.
safe drugs are ones that:
pharmakon in greek means:
selectivity is the reason for adverse effects. a drug\'s selectivity means it should be limited to desired tissues.
all drugs have chemical stability:
predictability is for awareness of toxicity and non-effectiveness
tricyclic antidepressants have a reversible action and should be treated immediately in OD cases
Individual variation affects pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
the interaction of drugs with the receptor/tissue is considered pharmacodynamics
four main factors that affect the intensity drug responses are absorption, distribution,metabolism,excretion
which is not a method of absorption
which of these does not affect distribution:
when considering metabolism of a drug, is age a factor
what are the two main organs we are concerned with when it comes to drugs?
individual variations do not include:
drug metabolism in the liver decreases with age.
chemical stability refers to drug being durable in certain environments
trade names are not easier than generic names
is reversability desired with antibiotics
what does reversability mean:
Lucy weighs 70 kg and Jorge weighs 90kg. they are both administered the same drug/different dose because of:
toxicity means the patient got a dose that was too high and is now overloaded with a drug
treatment failure does not include giving a drug at a dose too low for a patient
which of these is not a lifelong type of medication:
which of these does not fall under pharmacodynamics:
you are assessing a patient that takes valium (diazepam). the patient states he likes to have a
tetracycline can be greatly reduced by which of these:
What is the highest mountain in Africa?
In what direction does the Nile River flow?
The Nile River empties into this sea:
The largest valley in the world is located in Africa. What is it?
This ocean is off the east coast of Africa.
This ocean is off the west coast of Africa.
What is the source of the Nile River?
The mouth of the Nile River is located in this country:
The equator runs through central Africa. This makes much of Africa’s climate __________.
A large landform in Northern Africa. It spreads form the east coast to the west coast and is very hot and dry:
what are the six \
once the nurse has followed the six rights, has he/she completed their task?
can you still administer a drug that is contra-indicated in a patient as long as you follow the 6 rights?
who does not participate in \
who\'s responsibility is it to observe the patient\'s response to a drug that\'s been given?
who is responsible for drug interactions?
A physician orders a scan with iodone stat. the pharmacist fills it and gives it to you. you notice the pt. has an allergy tag for iodine. do you still administer it?
A patient comes into the ER with an acute asthma attack. Do you need baseline vitals or administer medication first?
which of these are not 1 of the 3 goals of assessment for drug therapy?
baseline data is needed only to evaluate drug responses that are adverse, not therapeutic.
Your patient is in need of penicillin but is allergic to it. There are no alternative drugs. Do you:
which of these is not an example of predisposing factors?
A pt. comes into the ER with a broken arm. The physician orders a higher dose of dilaudid stat.Your patient is high risk.Does the emergency cancel the need for high risk assess.?
which of these are not 1 of the 3 principal tools to assess high risk patients?
you must know the factors that can increase the risk of severe reactions the the drug being administered?
can a drug have different doses depending on the reason for administration(indication)?
Aspirin is given in low doses to relieve pain and in higher doses to as an anti-inflammatory
Morphine can be administered by:
which is not considered and injection:
You are administering a drug that can cause severe local injury. As you are administering you note that a bubble is creating locally. you:
does the nurse have to verify the drug he/she is going to administer if it was given to her already prepared by another nurse?
verifying includes all but:
evaluation of a patient will tell the nurse if a drug is doing anything useful.
knowing the rational of treatment, nature and time course of a drug is a nurse's responsibility
Nifedipine is for:
adherence refers to:
which of these are not non-pharmacologic measures:
it is the nurse's responsibility to ensure her patient's are educated about their medications
a drug history:
It does not matter if a patient takes an OTC with their prescribed drugs to increase the effect, as long as they follow correct administration
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the sun and all other heavenly bodies that revolve around it
How to you convert a fraction to a decimal?
5/10 as a decimal is?
4/5 as a decimal is?
.7 as a fraction is
.34 as a fraction is?
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Which of the following molecules would NOT be able to pass through the lipid bilayer of a cell?
How do larger molecules pass into and out of cells?
Which of the following would occur if there is a higher concentration of water inside a cell compared to its surrounding environment?
What vocabulary term would describe a solution surrounding a cell that has a lower concentration of solution (higher concentration of water) than the materials inside the cell?
When molecules move out of a cell from an area of higher concentration to lower concentration through a membrane protein, this process is called
What type of transport involves molecules moving from low concentration to high concentration and requires energy input in the form of ATP?
Which of these terms is used to describe the movement of water from areas of high concentration to low concentration across a cell membrane?
Which cellular structure regulates what moves into and out of a cell?
What is the vocabulary term for something that is dissolved into water or another liquid?
What would happen if a cell containing 5% solute was placed in a beaker containing 5% salt solution?
Which biome do we live in?
Where would you find a giraffes and zebras?
Polar bears are in danger because of:
Which biome has the most diverse populations?
This biome is usually covered with thin sandy, or gravelly soil that contains little organic matter
Large geographic areas that have similar climate and ecosystems
Which biome has four distinct seasons?
This biome has zones.
Which biome would you most likely find a grizzly bear?
Permafrost would be found in this biome
A cold, dry, treeless region.
Animals here burrow deep underground to avoid heat.
Poisonous frogs can be found in great numbers in this biome.
What does not happen in the desert?
Which biome is the largest?
Which biome/s would have plants with extreme adaptations?
What type of trees would you find in the tundra?
The tundra and desert are examples of:
Deciduous trees are dominant in which biome?
This biome is dominated by cone bearing trees.
Which of the following would a historian be least interested in?
An archaeologist would most likely explore
If a country wanted to make a better government, what would be the best piece of information to start?
What is the difference between a primary source and an artifact?
Where are some of California’s most populated areas located?
Which of the following is an example of a physical feature?
A historian’s work includes all of the following except
What is the effect of climate on plant growth?
The essential resources used by early peoples were
What would early people look for as they decided where to settle?
What effect did the Nile River have on Egyptian culture?
Different environments helped contribute to different cultures because people
__________________ is the limited supply of something.
What does an economic system do?
Which of the following is NOT a question that should be answered when determining an economic system?
In a _______________ economy, the customs and habits of the past are used to decide what and how goods will be produced, distributed, and consumed.
In a centralized ________________ economy, government planning groups make the basic economic decisions.
In a decentralized _____________ economy, decisions are guided by changes in prices that occur between individual buyers and sellers in the marketplace.
There are no exampes of ______________ economy in Europe.
Although the new Russian Federation has adopted a more _________ economy, the former Soviet Union was an example of a __________ economy.
All economies are mixed.
Most of Europe operates in a _______________ economy.
Which of the following is not a trade barrier?
What is the voluntary exchange of goods and services among people and countries?
Countries limit trade by creating trade _____________.
The most common trade barriers are ______ and ______.
a tax on imports
a limit placed on the number of imports that may enter a country
a government order to stop trading with another country
The European Union is a
In a free trade zone, there are not
In aerobic respiration, what element is the acceptor?
Where does aerobic respiration occur?
The end product of glycolysis is what?
Glycolysis occurs in the...?
What must be regenerated for glycolysis to continue?
The final output of the Kreb Cycle includes all but what?
NADH is produced during what?
What metabolic processes generate acetyl-CoA
Pyruvate is oxidized when oxygen is present.
What is the total number of ATP generated in respiration?
Round 6.973 to the nearest tenth.
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to reduce adverse effects a nurse would do all of these except:
carbamezapine (anti-seizure medication) potentiates the effect of oral contraceptives:
cigarettes increase risk of thromboemboli in patients that are taking oral contraceptives:
Your pt is on "the pill" and misses 3 doses in a row. the nurse tells her to:
your pt has been prescribed a hypnotic prn. he states he takes them every night at 8pm religiously. you teach him that prn is:
Your pt states that she is taking 800mg tylenol and 800mg acetaminophen for pain every night. you teach the patient that:
teaching admninistration of drugs are all of these except:
rifampin (a TB drug) causes :
phenelazine (an antidepressant) can be taken with any food and drug
assessment is used to identify only actual problems:
it is ok for your pt to stop taking antibiotics as soon as they feel fine.
route of administration from slowest to quickest is:
oral medications take about 40 minutes to reach the blood stream
nitroglycerin must be stored in the light
baseline data is used to evaluate therapeutic effects and evaluate adverse effects
contraindication is for extreme high risk and precaution is for low-moderate risk
which of these is not a factor that can increase risk of adverse reactions
common cause for faled self medication in geriatric patients is that the drug was simply not needed in the dosasge prescribed.
which of these are not included with respect to drug therapy that is the nurses responsibility:
a nurse can question a drugs appropriateness in all of these except:
Which plant part holds up the plant parts above the ground?
This makes food for plants which is sugar.
I hold the plant in the ground,
This plant part takes in water and nutrients for the plant's growth.
This plant part has tiny tubes to transport water an nutrients to the plant.
I take in carbon dioxide through tiny openings.
These are the colored part of the plant
I contain seeds.
An apple develops from this part of a plant.
Bees collect pollen from this plant part.
What is Nick Mahoney's first name?
How many licks does it take to get to the tootsie roll center of a tootsie pop?
What is 1+1?
How long do cats sleep each day?
What does the word karaoke mean?
What is the first known contraceptive?
What is the most common name in the world?
How many credit cards are there for each person in the United States?
What is the most money ever paid for a cow in an auction?
How many human body parts are only 3 letters long?
Worked his way through the Johnson and Wales University culinary program to earn a doctorate.
Graduated from the University of California in Los Angeles with a degree in anthropology
Once worked as a cinematographer and a video director.
With only $200 to her name she started her own catering business called The Bag Lady
In her early twenties, she landed a job at Macy's working first at the candy counter and then as manager of the Fresh Foods Department
On his show Feasting on Asphalt this FN star travels across the country on a motorcycle discovering the stories of great American road food.
A food writer for USA Today recognized her restaurant as having the Most Memorable Meal of the Year for 1999.
In her early twenties, she landed a job at Macy's working first at the candy counter and then as manager of the Fresh Foods Department
The oldest of 5 children, this FN star lived on welfare and food stamps, She quickly learned how to turn budget-friendly packaged foods into delicious and special meals for her fam
Studied at the Corcoran School in Washington, D.C. and was at one time a graffiti artist.
Improperly installed air conditioners can occasionally fall from apartment windows. How long does a pedestrain have to get out of the way of an air conditioner failing from 24m?
A 500 newton force was applied on a weight of 100kg to lift it up. What was the work done?
The weight of a man on earth is 800N. He lands on a planet where his weight is 400n. The acceleration due to gravity on this planet is?
what is the unit for energy, work and force?
After accelerating gradually, a body reaches 30m/s after 40 seconds. It then come to rest after 60 another seconds. How far did it travelled?
After accelerating gradually, a body reaches X m/s after Y seconds. It then come to rest after Z another seconds. How far did it travelled?
The reading from a car's speedometer at a particular moment in time is best described as the car's_______?
Which quantity will not be affect the acceleration?
A weight on planet X shows 60N on a spring balance. What is it's reading on spring balance?
A car of 10000n moved 1000 metre in 100 sec. What is the work done?
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The font/font size can be changed in the font group. What other group can I make the other changes
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Conditions in the atmosphere at a given time.
Average weather conditions over a long time
Trapping of heat in the earth's atmosphere
Increase in earth's average temperature
Very dry climate
Wet warm climate year round
Climate with cooler winters than tropical
Climate with 4 distinct seasons.
Event believed to be triggered by the Flood
Average global temperatures have increased in the past 150 years.
The Bible indicates there may have been one landmass before the Flood.
The earth's climate was probably more uniformly tropical before the Flood
The climate changes from day to day
Extra Credit: Deserts can be cold
The air currents move in one direction North of the equator and a different direction South of the equator.
Extra Credit: Explain how finding fossils of dinosaurs in Antarctica gives a clue to its past climate.
Extra Credit: How could the climate in an area have changed quickly in the past?
We should just ignore Global warming.
It has been proven that global warming is caused by man's actions.
Extra Credit: The monsoon brings rain to much of Southeast Asia
A calendar based on the moon's changes is called a(n) __________________ calendar.
The occurrence of seasons could be used as evidence of the earth's motion called ___________________.
The geocentric theory claims that the _________________ is at the center of the universe.
According to the geocentric theory, a planet that did not orbit with the earth exactly at the center of its circular path followed a(n) _____________________ orbit.
A Foucault pendulum would not be deflected at all if it were located at the _________________.
The _______________ brought a rebirth of interest in culture, including science.
Deflection of projectiles and the winds show that the earth is _____________________.
According to the heliocentric theory, the _________________ is the center of the solar system.
The earth is flattened at the ________________ and bulged at the ________________.
Johannes Kepler, a German astronomer, demonstrated that the orbits of the planets have _________________ shapes.
The earth rotates on its _________________ and revolves around the __________________.
The law of _________________________ was formulated by Sir Isaac Newton.
During summertime in the Northern Hemisphere, the North Pole is
The angle between the earth's axis and a line perpendicular to the plane of its orbit is
The man who probably played the largest role in attempting to improve the geocentric theory was
The main crystal spheres proposed in the geocentric theory were called
The path that the sun appears to follow among the stars is called the
The most recent evidence that established that the earth moves and not the sun was
An astronomer who played a major role in the development of the heliocentric theory was
The Christian astronomer who formulated three laws of planetary motion was
(1) The label shown to the right contains information about some harmful effects of acetone. Which of the following lab procedures is the most appropriate action students should take when working with this chemical?
(2) When working in the laboratory, which one of the following actions does NOT represent safe and correct chemical handling?
(3) Use the diagram to the right to answer this question. Why is the funnel with filter paper used in this filtering procedure?
(4) An experiment requires the use of a lab apron, goggles, and insulated mitts or beaker tongs. The purpose of these safety items is primarily to protect against —
(5) Assuming in a lab that 21.2 mL of liquid is needed, which of the following sizes of graduated cylinders is best to use?
(6) What equipment would be needed to carry out an investigation which tests this hypothesis? Assuming water and food coloring are already provided.
(8) ______________ is when the average value recorded in the laboratory matches the true or known value.
(9) ______________ is when all of the values recorded in a laboratory are close together, regardless of the true value.
(10) A group of students had a graduated cylinder with 22.0 mL water in it and each student recorded the volume of the water. Their measurements were: 19.0 mL, 18.9 mL, and 28.1 mL. The group’s measurements were –
(11) Some students investigate the rusting rate of four metals in saltwater. To best find the rusting rates, the students should measure the masses of the metals before the investigation and at —
(12) A student uses a hot plate, a thermometer, and a stopwatch to investigate the rate at which a metal object conducts heat. To ensure the most reliable results, which of the following should the student do?
(13) A group of students working in a lab recorded the mass of an unknown substance as 2.85 g, 2.86 g, 2.84, and 2.81 g. Considering that the true value is 2.46 g, how would you describe the data set?
(15) This number has 7 significant figures.
(16) Put 0.00480 into scientific notation with three significant figures.
(17) ___________________ a quality or condition of a substance that can be observed or measured.
(18) ___________________ a change that produces matter with a different composition or properties than the original matter.
(19) ___________________ the ability of a substance to undergo a specific chemical change.
(20) ___________________ a change during which some properties of a material change but not the composition.
(21e) Two solutions are mixed and a precipitate forms.
(21f) A balloon filled with helium gas gets larger as it is heated.
Luster is
A piece of glass is often used to test what of a mineral
A student is examining a mineral in science class. It is shiny, has magnetism, conducts electricity, is malleable, and ductile. What is most likely the object?
The ability to be drawn into a thin wire?
A school is designing new technology. They need an object that is solid, not a conductor, is brittle, dull, and not ductile. What would be their best choice?
Using Mohs Hardness Scale, a girl wanted to see if she could figure what rock she owns. The rock would scratch a penny but not scratch a knife. What could she conclude about this rock?
A student is examining an object he found at his friends house. It is dull and shiny, is a good conductor when heated, can be strong or brittle. What most likely is the object
A student completed a lab station in which he scratched a mineral on a white plate looking for color left behind and then used a magnet.What physical properties is the student testing?
What is the best definition of physical properties?
strong, ductile, good conductor of heat, and malleable are all physical characteristics of which?
The earth's movement around the sun is called its
Which of the following is not an evidence of the earth's rotation?
The first person to use a telescope for astronomy was
The force that holds planets in their orbits is called
The English mathematician and scientist who formulated the law of universal gravitation was
An astronomer's observations and the theories he suggests depend on his vantage point in the universe.
Meteors are observed more often on the leading side of the earth in its orbit.
Two major objections to the geocentric theory are its inaccuracy and its complexity.
To an observer on Earth, another planet may seem to go backward in its orbit because the earth is traveling faster in its orbit than the other planet.
When it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere, it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere.
During the Northern Hemisphere's winter, the North Pole is tilted toward the sun.
Tycho Brahe's astronomical observations were relatively inaccurate.
Kepler believed that the primary goal of science is to lead men to God.
With everything else being the same, if the earth were not spinning on its axis, its wind patterns would be more complex.
If more massive heavenly bodies orbited less massive bodies, this would contradict the law of gravity.
The more massive a body is, the greater the gravitational attraction it has for another body.
a day on which the apparent movement of the sun reaches its northern-most or southern-most limit
the line defined by an object's rotation
the crystal sphere on which a planet travels in the Ptolemaic system
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nervous; excited
to stop working after reaching a certain age
empty; unused
decorating or making neat
to love very much
knowing who someone is or what something is
Kiefer was _____________ to fly in the airplane.
Cody was _______________ up his room before the guests arrived.
Alex played baseball in the _____________ lot.
Gabe's dad wants to ______________ from his job.
Name 2 mountain ranges in North America.
Which mountain range in South America borders the Pacific Ocean?
Which continent are the Himalaya Mountains in?
The Mohave Desert is in which continent?
Which continent is the Patagonia Desert in?
The Sahara Desert is in the northern part of which continent?
Which river in North America is farther north, the St. Lawerence or the Rio Grande?
Which river in Asia is farthest north?
Which river in Africa runs north to south?
Which river in Africa runs east to west?
Which statement describes the best procedure to determine if a vaccine for a disease in a certain bird species is effective?
A student is investigating the effect of different environmental factors on the growth of a certain species of bean plant. Which factor would NOT function as a variable?
A scientist performed an experiment to see the effects of a scary movie on the heart rate of people watching the movie. In this experiment, the dependent variable is:
Diagrams, tables and graphs are used by scientists mainly to:
A biologist reports a new discovery based on experimental results. If the experiment results are valid, biologists in other laboratories should be able to:
Conclusions based on an experiment are most likely to be accepted when:
Which statement best describes a hypothesis?
Which statement about the use of independent variables in controlled experiments is correct?
The development of an experimental research plan should NOT include a:
The first trial of a controlled experiment allows a scientist to isolate and test:
Which two activities best describe the process of transport
Nutrition involves those activities by which organisms
ATP (energy storage molecule) is a compound that is synthesized when:
During strenuous exercise, small blood vessels near the skin surface increase in diameter (enlarge). This allows the body to be cooled. These statements best illustrate:
In which process are simple materials chemically combined to form more complex materials?
The life function responsible for the control and coordination of all life activities in an organism is known as:
Every single-celled organism is able to survive because it carries out:
Which life activity is NOT required for the survival of the individual organism?
The energy an organism requires to transport materials and excrete wastes is obtained directly from?
Which process is a form of autotrophic nutrition
What is the main function of a vacuole in a cell?
Which structures are listed in order from LEAST complex to MOST complex?
If the ribosomes of a cell were destroyed, what effect would this most likely have on the cell?
The function of the cell membrane is
Which structures carry out life functions within cells?
Which structures are listed in order from LEAST complex to MOST complex?
In which structure are energy-rich organic compounds used to produce ATP?
Which cell structure contains information needed for protein synthesis?
The respiratory system includes a layer of cells in the air passages that clean the air before it gets to the lungs. This layer of cells is best classified as:
An organelle that releases energy for metabolic activity in a nerve cell is the:
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What is a procedure?
What is the first step you must take in order to go to the restroom?
What do you do if you are tardy to class?
Why are LIFESKILLS important?
What does No Put Downs mean?
Why is it important to be truthful and trustworthy?
Why should you always do your personal best at school?
What is active listening?
If you are late to class a second time after being tardy once, what will happen?
What happens if you forget to bring a pen or pencil to class?
Which characteristic is found in all mollusks?
Which stucture makes the shell in a mollusk?
Which of the following is a gastropod?
What is the name of the feeding structure that is used by most mollusks?
What does the word molluseus mean?
What is the main function of a siphon in a clam?
Which bivalve can make a pearl?
Which cephalopod lacks a shell and is the most intelligent?
Which characteristic is used to classify mollusks?
Which class of mollusks is pelagic?
What is the meaning of the derivative "cogitate"?
What is the meaning of the derivative "demonstrate?"
What is the meaning of the derivative "demonstration?"
What is the meaning of the derivative "immutable?"
What is the meaning of the derivative "laudable?"
What is the meaning of the derivative "mutable?"
What is the meaning of the derivative "portable?"
What is the meaning of the derivative "transport?"
What is the meaning of the derivative "cogitate?"
What is the meaning of the derivative "immutable?"
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The section of the Bible that teaches us about God's special relationship with the people of Israel is the
The section of the Bible that teaches us the story of Jesus, his mission, his first followers and the beginning of the Church is the
Sacred Scripture is another name for
This is the special guidance that God the Holy Spirit gave to the human authors of the Bible
Because of this gift, we know God is the creator
In the Bible citation Mark 5:1-6 what is the 5
In the Bible citation John 3:16 What is the verse?
____________ is God making himself know to us
The _____________ is the written word of God
God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit is the
These books in the Old Testament teach us about the history of Israel
From the very beginning of time, stories about God were written down
As the human authors wrote the Bible they were guided by
God reveals himself to us
This is the revelation of Jesus Christ as lived out in the Church
WHAT IS THE MOST POPULAR RIVER IN EGYPT
WHAT IS ANCIENT EGYPTIAN'S FASCINATION
WHAT WAS THE PARTICULARITY OF PHAROAH TUTANKHAMEN?
WHICH EGYPTIAN RULER HAD THE GREAT PYRAMID OF GIZA BUILT AS HIS OR HER TOMB?
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WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE BUILT THE PYRAMID?
WHICH ONE OF THE ANIMALS WAS NOT A SACRED ANIMAL?
ACCORDING TO EGYPTIAN PEOPLE , WHICH PLANT HAD THE POWER TO CHASE SNAKES AWAY?
A TYPICAL EGYPTIAN BREAKFAST USUALLY COMES WITH WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING?
WHAT DOES THE NAME CAIRO MEANS?
WHICH KING BUILT THE FIRST PRYAMIDS AT DASHOR?
WHO IS THE EGYPTIAN'S SUN GOD?
WHAT ARE THE ANCIENT WRITING CALLED IN EGYPT
HOW MANY TOMBS ARE FOUND IN THE VALLEY OF KING
What was a Pharaoh?
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Which of the following is NOT a common shape of bacteria?
A cell with no nucleus is called a(n)
What is the only power objective on the microscope with which you should use the coarse adjustment knob?
Which of the following is NOT a common shape of viruses?
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about binary fission?
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about viruses?
Bacteria are important to the planet as
Bacteria are used for all of the following EXCEPT
A way to prevent viral infections is through
What organisms can live where nothing else lives?
All bacteria have
Which of the following is an example of bioremediation?
Which of the following is an example of genetic engineering?
Why do you think some people have digestive problems after they take a course of antibiotics?
What is one harmful outcome of using soaps that contain chemicals that kill bacteria?
Viruses do not eat, break down food, or use oxygen.
Nitrogen-fixing bacteria take nitrogen from the soil and change it to a form in the air that plants' leaves can absorb and use.
If the microscope you are using has an eyepiece with 10x power and you are using an 80x power objective, what is the total power you are using?
Which of the following is an example of a protist that is a producer?
What kind of protist would you expect to find near an underwater volcanic vent?
Why is running over a yard fungus with a lawnmower counterproductive when trying to remove the fungus from the yard?
Lichens are members of the fungi kingdom. What makes them different from other members of this kingdom?
What is NOT true about mycelium?
All fungi are which two kinds of consumers?
Which of the following is NOT true of the kingdom Protista?
Which of the following is an example of a protist that is a producer?
yeast is an example of
mold is an example of
penicilium is an example of
mushroom is an example of
What kind of organism is the largest in the world?
The largest organism in the world took thousands of years to grow, but we just recently learned that it was there. What made it so hard to discover?
Why must you be careful when picking edible wild fungus to eat?
How do plants and fungi benefit from each other through a mycorrhiza?
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What is the main conflict in the story?
How do you know that it is realistic fiction?
What is this story MAINLY about?
During most of the story, Max can BEST be described as
Which action BEST supports the idea that Maude is good at mathematics?
Max agrees to go to a home game with Mario because Max
Why is Max unhappy even though he won an addition award?
Which event is the resolution?
Form of fiction? A story uses animal characters to explain how islands formed.
Form of fiction? A story tells about a girl who lived during the American Revolution.
Annals of history:
to replenish supplies
to demoralize the team
to negotiate a loan
to disperse the crowd
a landlocked country
to read an epic is
the intact fossil
the extremity of the universe
inconspicuous places
accelerate
adverse
advocate
audible
coherent
comparable
competent
consecutive
conspicuous
deteriorate
Why is there change when you have conflict between or within societies?
What are the elements of culture?
How does religion affect culture?
Why do societies have cultural conflict?
How can government actions (i.e. laws) affect the culture of society?
How does a society adapt to its environment? (clothes, food)
Why would a society change its environment?
What are the consequences (positive or negative) of human environmental interaction?
How might location affect the economy, culture, and development where you live?
What causes families to move?
What causes large groups of people to move?
What influences an economy?
Who decides what items are produced, distributed, and consumed?
How can a society change but have basic components or parts remain the same over a period of time?
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Patient with poor thermoregulation
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Patient with cardiac insufficiency
On the calf of a patient who has a DVT
Over an area of vascular insufficiency
In the presence of acute inflammation or infection
Patient with impaired mentation
Over areas of tissue with metal
Patient with impaired mentation
Patient with peripheral nerve injury
Patience with urticaria and cold intolerance
Over the area of a superficial branch of a peripheral nerve
Over an area of decreased sensation
Patient with Raynaud's phenomenon
Over an area of circulatory compromise
Providing to a very young individual
Applying to an area that will immediately receive thermotherapy after cryotherapy
Providing to a very old individual
Sometimes scientists describe animals, plants, or rocks.
Scientists often ask questions about what they observe.
A scientist observed what kind of food a bird eats. This is an example of ____.
Scientists ask questions that cannot be tested.
A scientist tests how long different materials keep ice frozen. The scientist is ____.
A scientist looks for a relationship between dead fish and the water in a stream. This is an example of a(n) ____.
A scientist says, "My phone doesn't work. I think the battery is dead." The scientist is ____.
A scientist wonders, "Why doesn't the cell phone work?" The scientist is ____.
A scientist notices that birds with short, thick beaks eat seeds. The scientist is ____.
A scientist makes a bar graph. It shows how long materials keep ice frozen. The scientist is
What digit is in the thousands place? 34,893
What digit is in the millions place? 587,389,211
What digit is in the hundreds place? 975,832
What digit is in the ten thousands place? 945,387,214
What digit is in the thousands place? 987,654
What digit is in the millions place? 598,432,107
What digit is in the tens place? 897,234
What digit is in the ones place? 5,789
What digit is in the hundreds place? 897,453
What digit is in the millions place? 123,987,654
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The main purpose of the Spanish missions on the barrier islands of Georgia was to
Who was the first explorer to enter present day Georgia?
What was the name of the first British fort constructed in Georgia?
Oglethorpe's plan for the establishment of Savannah could best be described as a
Who was the leader and minister of the Germans from Salzburg
Who is being described? Oglethorpe provided them with land in payment for defending the colony, settled in Darien, good soldiers
All of the following were royal governors of Georgia except
If no force acts on a moving object, _____________
What does Newton's third law of motion state?
Mr. Swank is in a stationary boat on the lake. He is reeling in a fish at 2 ft per sec. The fish is swimming away at 1.5 ft per sec. The speed at which the fish moves toward Mr. Swank is:
Which statement is true about magnetic poles?
The gravitational attraction between two objects depends on the distance between the objects and their:
The speed and direction of an object's motion is its _____________
When two magnets are brought close to each other, they repel each other. What can be concluded about these magnets?
The overall force acting on an object after all forces are combined is called the:
According to Newton's second law of motion, what two factors does the acceleration of an object depend?
Which equation below represents Newton's second law of motion?
if a force of 10 newtons acts on an object and an additional force of 6 newtons acts in the SAME direction, what will be the net force on the object?
The force that prevents a ball rolling on the ground from continuing on its path forever is:
friction is a ________________.
Which statement below about gravitational attraction is true?
Mrs. Kensill places two bar magnets on a table. She slowly slides one magnet closer to the second. Eventually, the second magnet begins to move away from the first. What can she conclude about the repulsive force between the magnets?
Newton's first law states that an object must travel at a constant speed and in _______________, unless some outside force compels it to change.
A change in position of an object is its:
What will happen if you drop a golf ball, a baseball, and a bowling ball at the same instant from the top of a tall building?
James Oglethorpe and the English settlers established the colony of Georgia on a bluff overlooking which river?
What group came to the aid of James Oglethorpe in the Battle of Bloody Marsh?
Why did early Georgia settlers work hard to maintain good relations with the Native Americans?
What were the 3 reasons for creating the colony of Georgia
Women could inherit land in Georgia?
The trip from England to Georgia took
Oglethorpe and Tomochichi were friends.
The Yamacraw were part of which Indian tribe?
Rum was allowed in the colony when it was first created.
a skilled craftsman is an
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What term is used to describe the forces of attraction that exist between molecules?
Substances with strong intermoleculer attractive forces tend to exist in what phase at room temperature?
What phase of matter has a definite volume but indefinite shape
What phase of matter are atoms locked into a regular geometric pattern called a crystal lattice?
What process is occurring when a substance changes directly from a solid to a gas?
What process is occurring when a substance changes directly from a gas to a solid?
If a sample of pure water is at phase equilibrium and the water exists in both the liquid and solid phase, what temperature Celsius must the sample be at?
When you see the phrase “average kinetic energy of a sample,” this is the same as the
In a phase change diagram, what is occurring when the plotted line has a slope of 0?
In a phase change diagram, what is occurring when the plotted line is slanted?
What term describes the amount of heat energy needed to melt one gram of solid at the substance’s melting point?
Which process is endothermic?
Which process is exothermic?
What term describes the amount of heat energy needed to boil one gram of liquid at the substance’s boiling point?
Under which conditions do gasses behave most like an ideal gas?
According to kinetic-molecular theory (ideal gas behavior), what direction to gas particles move?
According to kinetic-molecular theory, what does not exist between gas molecules?
Which hypothesis states that equal numbers of particles of a gas will occupy equal volume under the same conditions of temperature and pressure?
When solving gas law problems, what units must the temperature be expressed in? Kelvin
In gas law problems, what do the P, V and T stand for?
What is the dependent variable in this experiment?: How much fertilizer will make tomato plants grow the tallest?
What is the independent variable in this experiment?: Which type of gasoline (regular, unleaded, or diesel) gives the best gas mileage?
What is the written notation for chemical elements?
What is the most common element on earth?
What are the most common elements in the ocean?
Which of the following is a compound?
Which of the following is an element that could be used in a chemical investigation?
What is one thing that is ONLY a property of metals?
Which elements are on the zig-zag line?
What is evidence of a chemical change?
What is evidence of a chemical change?
What is the density of a substance with a mass of 15g and a volume of 125cm3
Initial volume of water = 100 mL; Volume of water and substance = 212mL; mass = 14g. Solve for density
Ms. Foulke walks Max every night. Last night, she went 1.3 km between 4:15 and 4:45. What was her average speed?
On a velocity-time graph (same as speed-time graph), what does a straight line mean?
Ms. Foulke pulls the rope with 105N of force to the right. Mr. Nichols pulls a rope with 85N of force to the left. Where will the rope go?
Why do inclined planes make work easier?
What amount of pulleys would require the least amount of work?
Ms. Foulke walks Max every night. Last night, she went 12 km between 5:00 and 5:45. What was her average speed IN HOURS?
What is the density of a substance with a mass of 15g and a volume of 125cm3?
How many books are in the Old Testament?
How many books are in the New Testament?
___________________ is the Son of God who became man
The word Pentateuch means
The true author of the Bible is
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My brother builds things with wood.
Last weekend, he made a cool bird feeder.
It looks something like a tray.
Birds of all kinds are visiting it now.
My projects often fail miserably.
The hammer is not my friend.
Once I hit my thumb with the hammer.
The clock is hanging on the wall in my bedroom.
The proud creator admires it every day.
That birdhouse on the shelf is mine.
I need to buy a dictionary.
Look in the Reference Books section of the bookstore.
Which dictionary is best for a fifth grade student?
What an amazing variety there is!
Buy that small one if you just need basic imformation.
Do you need a dictionary that lists word histories?
Get the one with 225,000 entries.
It is heavy but will serve you for years.
What is that enormous dictionary?
It contains every word and its history.
Which statement is true?
Which is the largest number?
Which is the correct order smallest to largest?
Which is the correct order largest to smallest?
Which statement is true?
Which is the smallest number?
Which is the correct order smallest to largest?
Which is the correct order largest to smallest?
Which statement is true?
Which statement is true?
Minerals do not contain anything that was once a part of a living thing.. what is the word that best describes this.
A group of _____________ make up a ____________
The mineral identification test that is often performed using a penny, a glass plate, and a fingernail....
Metallic, Dull, Pearly, Glassy... are all words used to describe what physical property of minerals?
The mathematical formula for density is?
The hardest mineral on the mohs scale of hardness is __________
How do minerals form?
What scientific instrument was used to measure the mass of our mineral samples in lab?
What scientific instrument was used to measure the volume of our mineral samples?
Rocks are "composed" of many minerals. What does the word composed mean?
Geography is the study of the
_________ may share the same climate, physical features, or culture
All of the following are described by geography EXCEPT
__________ is how people, ideas, goods, and information move from place to place
What is NOT a theme of Geography
____________ shows how people use and affect the environment
Which of the following is a type of location?
Place can describe both human and physical features.
_________ is one exact spot on earth
_______________ tells where a place is compared with other places
The ________ circles the middle of the Earth like a belt.
A __________ is a flat drawing of all or part of the Earth's surface.
Everything east of the Prime Meridian is the _____________.
The ____________ is the imaginary line that runs north to south.
______________ Lines circle the earth parallel to the equator
Everything north of the Equator is the _______________.
Everything west of the Prime Meridian is the ____________.
Everything south of the Equator is the ________________.
A __________ is more accurate than a map.
_____________ Lines circle the Earth from pole to pole.
A..D. means _________________
Western Calendars begin with the year that ________ was born.
What phrase means "in the year of our Lord"?
B.C. means __________________
Historians depend on ____________ to measure time
A period of 10 years is called a __________.
Historians divide history into blocks of time known as __________
A period of 100 years is known as a _____________.
__________ is the order of dates in which events happened
When is this test?
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manifest lies
fervent hope
to cause havoc
inflammation:
hideous sights
Water vapor is an example of a--
What changes if you break a crayon?
What tool would be helpful to find temperature?
What is volume?
What property of a pencil changes if you sharpen it?
When you drop objects in a glass of water, what physical property are you testing?
Mrs. Helton has an object that does not change volume but it does take the shape of its container. What is it?
What should you do if you spill a liquid?
What safety precaution should you take when using a hot plate to boil water?
What should you always do first before you start an investigation?
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How does wind change rocks?
Which of the following causes erosion on land?
How does ice change the shape of a rock?
Which of these dissolves some parts of rocks?
What happens when a lot of rain falls on a hill?
Which of the following causes erosion?
What happens when gravity pulls rocks and soil to one place?
How long does it take for weather to change a rock?
Which of these can move large rocks?
What is 42+26
Mis padres no son perezosos; son muy _______________.
La madre de Lali siempre ____________ en la cafetería
¿Cuál es la respuesta correcta a la pregunta? - ¿A qué tienda te gusta ir de compras?
Mary _______ contenta
¿Cuál es la respuesta correcta a la pregunta? - ¿Adónde van los chicos para nadar?
¿Qué es el artículo definido correcto?
¿ Qué es el artículo indefinido correcto?
¿Cuál es la respuesta correcta a la pregunta? - ¿Qué te gusta hacer?
¿Cuál es la oración correcta usando la forma corecta de ESTAR? - ESTAR enfermo
¿Cuál es la respuesta correcta a la pregunta? - ¿Qué va a hacer ella más tarde?
What would the definite article be for the following subject - ____ maestra de Inglés
What would the indefinite article be for the following subject - ____ maestros de la escuela
What would be the correct indirect object pronoun/ form of gustar for the following - A Mary y Jon ___ _____ comer la pizza y la ensalada
Ceno con mis padres en un restaurante _______.
Ellos ________ comida fantastica.
Yo nunca _________ miedo.
él y yo _________ buenos amigos
¿Prefieres ir al cine or al teatro? What would be a correct response?
Lali ___________ a su casa.
¿Que haces tú y tu familia los domingos? Which is the best response to this question?
When you travel east across the International Date Line, you
Which of the following lines does not pass through the North and South poles?
A map made by projecting points and lines from a globe onto a piece of paper that touches the globe at a single point is the
The ______________ are the short lines at a right angle to the contour line to indicate depressions on a topographic map.
The ________________ shows ratio between the distances on a map and the actual distances on the surface of Earth.
______________ measures the distance in degrees north or south of the equator.
This map is made by projecting points and lines from a globe onto a cone.
All meridian converge at the pole
Line of longitude are also called meridians.
The prime meridian is the reference line for latitude.
_____________ are lines used to represent areas that are lower than the surrounding landscape. These are used with hachures.
the conditions and influences that affect the growth, health and progress of someone or something
All the living and non-living things in an environment, including their interactions with each other
A forest biome with many kinds of trees that lose their leaves each autumn
The continuous trapping of nitrogen gas into compounds in the soil and its return to the air
The continuous exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen among living things
the cycle in which Earth's water moves through the environment
A living part of the ecosystem
A non-living part of the ecosystem
The study of how living and non-living things interact
When where a plant or animal naturally lives and grows is taken away by fire, deforestation, building, etc.
Who was MOST responsible for the creation of the Georgia Colony?
Which statement does NOT correctly describe James Oglethorpe
What was James Oglethorpe's personal reason for seeking a thirteenth colony?
According to the original Georgia Charter of 1732, between what two rivers was Georgia to be built?
Who led the group of Georgia settlers known as the Salzburgers?
What was the name given to the Georgians during the trustee period who frequently complained of the trustee's policies?
For what purpose did James Oglethorpe build Fort Frederica on St. Simons's Island?
Which statement BEST describes education during the trustee period?
As a member of Parliament's House of Commons, Oglethorpe was active in bringing about reforms in England's...
King George II granted Oglethorpe and his group a charter for the thirteenth colony in
How did the trustees of Georgia work around the rules set for them by the king?
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