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The exchange of gases between organisms and their environment is called
The parts that make up the organism's body are called the organism's
The job that a structure performs is called the
The roots of a plant
The material on the outside of a plant or animal that helps protect the organism is called a
A pattern of changes that happen during an organism's life cycle is the organism's
The final stage in an organism's life cycle is called the
The change in body form is called
Which part of a plan takes in air?
What is the ability to read and write?
what is extreme scarity of food in a region?
A member of a small group of soldiers that attack suddenly and disappear into hiding is called a ____.
What is an outbreak of an infectious disease that has spread across a large region?
What do you call a person who offers to do something by his or her choice?
What is to protect?
What is to predict something?
What is to evaluate something?
What is to put together?
What is to bring attention to somethin?
What is the domain (-2, 5) (-1, 6) (0, 8) (2, 4)
What is the range (-2, 5) (-1, 6) (0, 8) (2, 4)
Is this relation a function? (-2, 5) (-1, 6) (0, 8) (2, 4)
What is the domain (-3, 6) (-2, 4) (-2, 6) (4, -8)
What is the range? (-3, 6) (-2, 4) (-2, 6) (4, -8)
Is this relation a function? (-3, 6) (-2, 4) (-2, 6) (4, -8)
What is the domain of this function (2, 6) (-4, 6) (-6, 6) (4, 6)
What is the range of this function (2, 6) (-4, 6) (-6, 6) (4, 6)
Is this relation a function? (2, 6) (-4, 6) (-6, 6) (4, 6)
Is this relation a function? (-4, 5) (-3, 7) (2, 8) (4, 9) (12, 8) (6, 8) (10, 16) (-4, 5)
Wireless microphones ______________________.
The sound level for digital audio recording should hover around ______.
A boundary mic ____________________.
VO is the same as on-camera narration.
The human speaking voice is usually picked up best by a microphone designed for mid-range sound frequencies.
A microphone's generating element vibrates within a magnetic field.
The generating element inside a ribbon mic is rugged and can tolerate aggressive handling.
Power outputs should be plugged into mic inputs.
Environmental sounds are sounds that normally occur in a location.
VO stands for Voice Over.
What area is used to provide information about the author, title, subject, keywords, category, and comments that describe the document?
Sally wants to select an entire paragraph in her word processing document. What is the quickest way to select the paragraph?
Which tool on the Home ribbon lets a user search for text in a document by keying the word into a search box?
Which action would Drake take to insert the contents from the Office Clipboard into a document?
On the View Ribbon, which command allows the document to be viewed as it would appear in a multilevel outline?
Mrs. Perry has assigned the class to type a report. To display the report as it would appear online, which view should she use?
What is the process of creating a duplicate of an item while leaving the original item in place in the document called?
To increase or decrease the size of the content in a Microsoft Word window, which item on the status bar would you use?
Mrs. Perry has assigned the class to type a report. To maximize space, which option would you choose to display the content?
Sally wants to select the entire document that she is currently editing. What is the quickest way to select the document?
What two continents meet in Russia's Ural Mountains?
The Caucasus Mountains form a border between Russia and
Russia's Capital and largest city is
Siberia is best describe as a
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Why does a researcher manipulate variables in an experiment?
Which element of the experimental design is the variable that is manipulated (added) in order to cause a change
Which element of experimental design is the behavior or mental process that is being measured
This group is not exposed to the independent variable
What is the purpose of random assignment?
Which group are the participants in if they are exposed to the independent variable?
What is the term for the procedure that ensures that neither the participants nor the researcher know who is in the control & experimental group?
Which group recieves the placebo?
If your hypothesis is not confirmed, it is called a
What are confounding variables?
Which is the correct order for the Order of Operations
What is the correct answer to the following problem: 4 (3x + 2)
What is the area of a rectangle that has a length of 4 and a width of 13?
Solve the following problem: 4 to the 3rd power
If I had a to the 5th power, what would it look like extended?
What are the next three numbers in the sequence: 2, 9, 16, 23 ...
Solve for x: 8 = 25 - x
Sove for b: 11b = 44
What is the perimeter of a square with the length of 6?
Using the distance formula (d = rt) what is t if d= 240 and r = 60
to undergo a change:
a high citadel:
to retrieve a lost object:
not to defile the innocent:
one omen of good luck:
the queen's emissary:
to entice someone
to meditate quickly:
expensive garb:
to herald the news
Mean Nasty
Gigantic, huge
To pester, especially with constant questions or protests
rowdy rough play
to nag
to look upon or treat as a celebrity
to repeat with out understanding,mimic
stubborn sometimes stupidly so
a person or group bearing the blame for others
embarrassed, often in an apologetic way
People who belonged to the highest caste in ancient India were_______.
Siddharta Gautama, who started Buddhism, gave up all of his ________.
Rulers that are all part of the same family are called a __________.
The Hung He River ________, so it became knows as
The _________ were the first to build a city in the Americas.
In a(n) _____________, people are divided into social classes from higher to lower.
According to the belief of ___________________, after death a person's soul lives again in a new body.
A(n) _________________ is a place of worship built by the Olmec civilization.
The Han _______________ is known as the first Golden Age of China
In China, respect for _______________ helped to hold families and the culture together
Nurses _________ wear a uniform to work .
When Paul is 17 ,He ___________ a car.
Carol _______ get up early for work.
I'm going shopping. I _______ some new clothes.
We _______ wear warm clothes in the summer.
___________ look after my cat when i'm on vacation, please?.
David _________ go to school every day.
I _________ you every day. I promise.
" Does Steve have to work atr night?" "________".
"The phone is ringing." "I _______it."
The 4,000 mile Great Wall of China served to shut off, or ___________, China from other countries.
Asians may have walked to Alaska over the Bering Strait, which was a land ____________.
South Americans raised llamas for their ____________.
Many __________ lands invaded India after the Maurya empire ended.
People in North America were the first to grow___________.
What is the religion that believes some people are born better than others?
What is the word for the Buddist concept of heaven?
What is the Hindu word for a prince that protected and conqured lands?
What were conqured people from India called?
Who were the people that conquered Mohenjo-Daro?
The study of life
Any living thing
An orderly structure
The production of offspring
A group of organisms that can interbreed and produce fertile offspring
An increase in the amount of living material and the formation of new structures
A living things surroundings which may include the air, temperature, water, weather, other organisms, or other factors
Anything that causes an organism to react
All the changes that take place during the life of an organism
Quickly removing your hand when you touch something hot is an example of a(n)
Which of the following is not a verb?
Which of the following is the past tense of
Which is the subject and verb in the following sentence
What is a subject in a sentence?
Which of these is not a subject?
What is the past tense of stop?
Which of these is not a sentence?
Which is the verb in the sentence
How many subjects does the sentence
How many verbs does the sentence
Fingers in keybing position are best described as
Posture is important to successful keying: the body should be well back in the chair with
When operating the keyboard, wrist should be
the best control of eyes while keying involves
The form and keying style that a typist uses while operating the keyboard is called
The correct keystroke technique is to use
Correct keyboarding posture requires that the body be
The enter key is controlled by the
When a person is keying a copy, the hands and arms should
In proper work area arrangement, the copy should be
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An organism is...
Abiotic means...
Biotic means...
An ecosystem is...
A community is...
An environment is...
A consumer is an organism that makes its own food (plant).
A producer is an organism that makes its own food (plant).
The process of making more of one's kind is...
An animal that helps plants make seeds by moving pollen from one plant to another is...
The remains of plants and animals that has many nutrients is...
Soil is...
Trees are...
A river is...
A honeybee is...
A dolphin is a...
Seaweed is a...
A purple violet is a...
A fox is a...
You are a...
An animal without a backbone is
The next order of classification below phylum...
Which of the following animals is an invertebrate?
Which type of plant is not vascular?
An animal has gills and jointed legs, but no backbone. What is the most likely way to classify it?
How do scientists classify a vascular plant with no seeds?
How are babies of reptiles different from babies of mammals?
What does a vertebrate have that an invertebrate does not?
What statement describes conifers?
How would you classify without a backbone that has a hard outer shell and a soft body?
How are amphibians different from all other vertebrates?
How is fungi different from plants?
How are plants and animals similar?
Which statement is true of protists and archobacteria?
Which characteristics do mammals share?
Which animal is avertebrate?
Which animal is an invertebrate?
There are more vertebrates than invertebrates living on earth.
The body temperature of a cold-blooded animal does not change.
Vascular meas that nutrients are carried throughout the plant by little tubes.
Cells are the basic units of structure and _____ in all living things.
Organisms made up of just one cell are called
The smallest to largest functional units of multicellular organisms are organized as
All cells have _______, which is a watery substance with criss-crossed proteins that supports organelles.
The _______ controls what substances enter and exit the cell.
Animal cells do not have this rigid, supportive structure
This organelle houses DNA and controls all of the cells activities
These organelles convert sugar and oxygen to ATP (cell energy)
This organelle transports proteins and other materials
This tool helps us visualize and study cells
These organelles convert solar energy to chemical energy in plants and protists.
What is force?
What is gravity?
What happens to a ball if you toss it.
Without gravity we would?
What does friction do?
This simple machine has a slope?
This simple machine has a bar and fulcrum?
What simple machine has a pivot point that allows it to move?
Why can astronauts float in space?
What caused the acorn to fall down and hit chicken little in the head?
How many layers does earth's atmosphere have?
What are the layers of the atmosphere in order?
Where is the ozone layer?
What is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere?
What is the second most abundant gas in the atmosphere?
Why does the coriolis effect occur?
Warmer air can hold more
The dew point is
Which of these are correct?
How much of the sun's energy does EArth's surface absorb?
The cold, dry climate of the Arctic results in slow chemical weathering. Arctic soils tend to
A strong wind slows down and drops the particles it is carrying. This is an example of
The agent of erosion and deposition that forms dunes is
Soils made up of loess are typically
The pulling force that causes mass wasting is
Which of the following cause abrasion?
What created the Great Lakes?
Chemical weathering changes a rock's
Which climate type has conditions for the fastest chemical weathering?
Tropical, desert, temperate, and arctic soils all have different characteristics because of their different
A small chemical spill in the lab is cleaned up by using paper towels. Where should the dirty paper towels be placed?
Which list best describes what should be worn by students in a biology lab where pouring chemicals into beakers is involved?
Which is a safe practice for handling chemicals in a lab investigation?
Which waste items should always be discarded in the hazardous waste container?
Which safe practice is part of using aseptic technique?
Jacob is unsure about how to focus a slide under the microscope. What would be Jacob’s best course of action?
Living plants may be valuable additions to science classrooms. Which is the most important safety consideration when planning to grow plants in a classroom?
How can a liquid be drawn into a pipette safely?
Suppose that Louisa is cut by broken glass during a lab accident. Which is the proper place to dispose of the paper towels that are used to clean up the blood?
Which statement describes the best way to prepare a microscope for safe transport back to a storage area?
Who does Penelope interrogates?
What is maudlin?
Penelope told the young men that Odysseus was ______.
The beggar makes up a tale to tell Penelope, Who did he mention in this tale?
Who does the beggar mention in his tale that he tells Penelope?
Penelope says that ruses served her turn to draw the time out. What are ruses?
What ruse did Penelope use to put off having to marry one of her suitors?
Penelope will hold a contest in which the suitors will be asked _________________.
Penelope worked at weaving a shroud for the eventual funeral of her
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Which is an example of an abiotic factor?
What is the smallest unit in an ecosystem
A group of zebras would be considered...
A person who studies ecosystems is a (an)
All the abiotic and biotic factors living together at the same time is called a (an)
Biotic factors are...
A group of elephants, zebras, lions, grass and shrubs is a...
The place where a plant or animal lives is called a...
The study of ecosystems is called
Which is the correct order for the levels of an ecosystem
What is permafrost?
What is an understory?
What factor (s) influence climate?
What biome has very little rain and very cold winters
Which biome has trees with needles, cool winters and animals like moose and elk?
Which biome has hot summers, little water, and animals like a Diamondback rattlesnake?
Which biome has the most rain?
Which biome do we live in?
What biome would have a canopy?
Which is a higher level of organization: ecoystem or biome?
Which natural cycle involves bacteria fixation?
Which natural cycle involves infiltration?
What is transpiration?
What is run-off?
Which is breathed by plants?
Which is exhaled by animals?
Decaying organisms give off...
What organism fixes nitrogen?
When do natural cycles end?
What is the chemical symbol for nitrogen?
The struggle between organisms to survive as they attempt to use limited resources
An interaction where one organism kills another for food
The organism that kills other animals
A relationship between 2 species that benefits at least one species
A relationship in which both species beneft
Involves one organism living on or inside another organism and harming it
When predator populations rise, prey populations...
True or False: There is unlimited resources for organisms to use.
A tapeworm lives in the intestines of a host, absorbing the food that passes through. The host is harmed. What kind of symbiosis is this?
A small forest plant lives on a larger plant. The smaller plant gains sunlight by living on the high branches. The larger plant is not affected. Which type of symbiosis is this?
What is the continuous, never-ending movement of water through Earth's surface and air called?
A cloud is...
The process of water turning from a solid to a liquid is
Condensation is....
When a liquid changes to a solid -
Precipitation is
When water heats up and turns from a liquid to a gas -
Water vapor is
The name of the process responsible for water droplets forming on the outside of a cold glass of water is
What are forms water can take as it moves through the water cycle?
(4^2)^3
(n^3)^6
(x^5)^2
(3x^5)^3
(7y)^2
(2x^3)^4
(3x^7)^2
(3^2)^5
(5y^5)^2
(y^5)^4
What is the first step in the formation of sedimentary rocks?
What is the last step in the formation of sedimentary rocks?
What is the name of the step in which particles settle somewhere?
Which type of sedimentary rock is made up of other rock pieces?
What type of sedimentary rock is made up of dead plants and animals?
Which of the following is not a use of sedimentary rocks?
What is the name of a boundary where plates slide past each other?
What is the name of a boundary where plates come together?
What does the theory of plate tectonics say?
What is a break in the Earth's crust called?
Models are a way of representing a scientific concept that are _____
Scientists use models in order to
What are the four branches of Earth Science
Astronomy studies
Meteorology studies
Geology studies
Which of the following is an example of using the scientific method in real life?
Which of the following are part of the scientific method?
Which of the following can be measured scientifically?
What is Mrs. Spitzer-List's son's favorite tv show is...
What is the square root of 81?
In the number 9,870,650 what number is in the ten thousands place
What is 79 x 13
Which of the following is a prime number
2 to the 3rd power equals
Which of the following is the prime factorization for 18
92 divided by 4
488 divided by 6
which of the following is a number model for an array of 36
What are all the factors of 24
Numbers that have 2 of the same factor are called
These numbers have exactly 2 factors
The longest possible factor string for a number is
an expression used to represent an equation is called a
What is 12 squared
What is the square root of 36
Which number has a 5 in the tens place, 1 in the hundreds place, and 8 in the thousands place
6x8x2x2
2005-189
2x2x2x2
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Earth's outer core generates Earth's magnetic field. What is the outer core primarily made of?
Hot fluids rise. Cold fluids sink. This is the process of...
Dark, cool spots on the surface of the sun are called...
Earth's orbital period is 365 1/4 days. This refers to Earth's...
Why would you weigh more on Jupiter than on Earth?
A shooting star is not a star. It is a small piece of debris burning up in Earth's atmosphere. What is the term for a shooting star?
Asteroids and comets both orbit the sun. What is the easiest way to tell the difference between an asteroid and a comet?
I have
She has
They have
We have
I have a black cat.
They have a difficult test
I don't have a red book.
Peter doesn't have a pretty girlfriend.
Y'all have a white Samsung Galaxy.
I have a new computer.
I have to study for the test.
You have to buy a book for Susan.
They have to read an interesting book in English class;
You have to talk to the pretty girl.
The girls have an ugly friend
You have to watch The Big Bang Theory on CBS.
You have to have smart friends.
She has to buy a book at Barnes and Nobel.
The science of mapmaking is called
The _____________ represents 0° longitude.
The International Date Line is another name for the _____________.
A ____________ projection distorts areas near the poles.
A contour line on a ______________ map connects points of equal elevation.
A map __________________ explains what the symbols on a map represent.
Lines of ____________________ run parallel to the equator.
Satellites in the Global Positioning System help users determine their exact ___________________.
What is the latitude of the North Pole?
2. Each degree of latitude or longitude is divided into 60 smaller units called
Which statement about lines of longitude is true?
Into how many time zones is Earth divided?
All flat maps distort either the shapes or the areas of landmasses because
6. On a topographic map, the difference in elevation between two side-by-side contour lines is called the
The arrangement of electromagnetic radiation is called
In the 1400s, this man helped Portugal take an early lead in exploration by providing money to study navigation, develop better boats, and encourage voyages along the coast of Africa. Who was he?
Which was not a reason for the establishment of European overseas colonies?
Which of the following contributed to the outbreak of World War I?
Which of the following was an important cause of the Russian Revolution of 1917?
Withdrawal from WWI, poverty, starvation, overthrow of the czar, civil war and communism are associated with the
Which statement best summarizes the reasons for European exploration?
What was not part of the Treaty of Versailles?
After WWII, tension between the Soviet Union and the USA led to what?
What was caused by the end of WWI and the 1929 Stock Market Crash?
Durring WWII, Jewish people were found by Allied forces in concentration camps. What was this called?
What is the first thing you should do when starting a lab?
Why is it important to tie back long hair when doing a lab?
It is important to wash your hands...
Wafting a chemical means you...
The fire extinguisher in the room is located...
If you start on fire, you could...
It is ok to drink out of a beaker...
If you drop a beaker and cut yoursel during a lab, you should...
It is important to use lab materials...
MSDS stands for...
Fix this rule: Taste substances to identify them by putting a tiny bit on your tongue.
What will probably happen if you do not use lab materials appropriately
How do you carry a beaker safely?
MSDS sheets should be kept...
Horse play is allowed in the classroom...
baseed on the inverse square law if a spray paint covers a 2X2 area what is the thickness compared to a 1X1 area?
what is the thickness of a layer of spray paint on a 3X3 area compared to a 1X1 area?
if two planets double in mass what happens to its gravitational pull
if one planet triples its mass and one stays the same how much does gravity increase by?
if you throw a ball, how far will it fall in 1 second?
if you throw a ball, how far will it fall after 2 seconds?
After a ball is thrown the acceleration of gravity pulls is
when you are pulled up in an elevator, your relative weight is
when going down in an elevator your relative weight is
if the elevator breaks and you are in free fall what is your weight relative to your normal weight
Ice-cream is a delicious frozen treat that comes in a many different colors and flavors. Two of my favorite flavors are strawberry and chocolate. Though both of these flavors are delicious, strawberry may contain pieces of fruit while chocolate usu
The ice-cream shop around the corner from my house has the best ice-cream in the city. When you first walk inside, there is a long chrome counter with matching stools extending to alongside the far wall. Right where the counter stops, the booth sea
Freezer burn may have wasted more ice-cream than sidewalks. If you don't know, freezer burn is when ice crystals form on the surface of ice-cream. These ice crystals can ruin the texture and flavor of the ice cream. But you can prevent freezer bur
No one knows the true origin of ice-cream, but the first published ice-cream recipe appears in Mrs. Mary Eales's Receipts, a cook book that was printed in London in 1718. Sometime around 1832, an African American confectioner named Augustus Jackson c
Making ice-cream is not easy. Cream and sugar have to first be mixed in a frozen container. Ingredients may be added at this point, if desired. The mixture must be stirred and whipped until the cream and sugar mixture is frozen. Depending on the
Have you ever had an ice-cream headache? That's when a painful sensation resonates in your head after eating something cold (usually ice-cream) on a hot day. This pain is produced by the dilation of a nerve center in the roof of your mouth. The ne
One time my mom and I made ice-cream. We added sugar and cream into a big glass bowl. We kept it frozen in the middle of a bigger glass bowl. While it froze, I stirred the mixture with a hand mixer. It was the first time that had I used one and i
It was the most beautiful banana split that I had ever seen. In the middle of the bowl, there were three scoops of ice-cream: chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla. On top of the ice-cream were a banana and a thick web of chocolate and caramel sauces.
When it comes to making ice-cream, you can do it the traditional way, by stirring it in a frozen container, or you can use liquid nitrogen to freeze your mixture. There are some advantages to using liquid nitrogen. Since liquid nitrogen freezes the
Which text structure shows similarities and differences?
Which text structure shows an answer to a problem?
Which text structure shows the reason something happens?
Which text structure describes a topic?
Which text structure shows a step-by-step process?
Which text structure shows how events happen in time?
An animal that does not move
An organism in the animal kingdom that changes forms as they mature
An organism that harms others to gain energy
An organism that is harmed from a parasite
the second largest of the classification group
the smallest of the classification group
two part naming system including the genus and species
grouping organisms that are similar
small amount or find a way
to move
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How any kilometers (km) are in 235 meters (m)?
190,000mm = ________km
How many milliliters (mm) are equal to 0.006 kiloliters (kL)?
4.2357 hg = ________dg
How many centimeters (cm) are in 5.5 dekameters (dam)?
62.5 g = ________mg
How many grams (g) are in 100 centigrams (cg)
20.5 mL = ________hL
How many grams (g) are in 100 kilograms (kg)?
100 mm = ________ m
Convert 50 degrees F to degrees C.
Convert 15 degrees C to degrees F.
Convert 30 degrees C to degrees F.
Convert 32 degrees F to degrees C.
Spring flowers are blooming. Which temperature represents the situation?
What is a suitable temperature for the top of Mt. Everest?
Which temperature is the coldest?
Which is the correct formula for converting degrees F to degrees C?
Which is the correct formula for converting degrees C to degrees F?
-5 degrees C = _____ degrees F
Electrons are found in the ___________.
Who came up with the Law of Conservation of Matter?
What is in the nucleus?
Atomic mass is ___________.
Nonmetals are _______.
Where are metals found on the periodic table?
A __________ is a pure substance whose smallest unit is made of atoms of more than one element.
A mixture is made from a ____________ change.
Thomson founded the ___________ for us as a contribution to the atomic theory.
The atomic number of an element, tells us its ___________.
Reasons for studying history of oceanography
four stages of the history of oceanography
The three primary reasons for early civilization to interact with the oceans were to obtain food, trade, and discover new lands
The first recorded sea voyage of any kind was by the ________________ around ______________
Phoenicians contributed to ocean exploration by
The significance of Polynesian seafaring is
Historians think that some ancient explorers used their sense of smell to navigate
The Greek Pytheas is credited with
Eratosthenes two major contributions were
The Middle Ages are known for _______________ the knowledge of geography and science in Europe
A global warming trend in the 9th century affected Scandinavia. It was important because it freed the North Atlantic of Ice and
By 1125, the Chinese had invented
Two technological innovation found in Chinese ships by mid 1400 were
The primary motivations that led to the ocean explorations of the 15th century were
The three explorers who established the route around Cape of Good Hope to India were
Columbus' purpose for his expedition was
The first European to recognize South America was a new continent was
Balboa's accomplishment was
The first expedition around the world was led by ___________________ in the years ______________
The second expedition around the world was led by ___________________ in the years ______________
The voyage of James Cook differs from those of sea explorers before him because
The invention of the ________________ in 1735 was a major breakthrough for open ocean navigation
The Cook expedition geographical discoveries include
The United States Exploring Expedition proved the existence of
Matthew Maury is the father of physical oceanography because of his studies of the currents and other physical aspects of the sea
Darwin's hypothesis explains that coral reef form through a process of coral growth as
As a result of his observations during the HMS Beagle expedition, Darwin proposed
The expedition recognized as the first devoted entirely to marine science is
Discoveries and accomplishment by the HMS Challenger include
The change that led to the growth and expansion of marine science in the 20th century was
The accomplishment for which we recognize the German Meteor expedition was
The Atlantis is significant because tit was
The noted discovery made by the second HMS Challenger was
Submersibles and self contained diving changed the study of the oceans by allowing scientist to
Types of submersibles that have been used for underwater research include
One advantage of submersibles is ___________________ whereas one of the advantages of self contained diving is
_____________ technology has expanded underwater research by bridging the gap between submersible and scuba capabilities
Loran C and GPS have benefited seafaring and oceanography by
________________ invented SCUBA which stands for ____________________________
________________ were the pilots of the Trieste which is noted for___________________
What is the layer of the atmosphere in which we live?
What answer best describes Earth's atmosphere?
What are the two highest layers of the atmosphere?
What causes differences in air temperature at different altitudes?
Auroras are caused by electrically charged particles in the
Layered gases, thin air and little moisture describe this layer.
The coldest layer, where temperature decreases as altitude increases is known as.
This layer lacks particle density and although it has very high temperatures, it is not very hot.
This is the densest layer of the atmosphere and cantains almost 90% of the atmosphere's mass.
As altitude increases,
One example of people interacting with their environment is:
Which of the following would a physical geopgrapher study?
Which artifact is an archaeologist most likely to find at an ancient site where people once farmed?
History shapes our identity and teaches us the __________ that we share.
Bones and ___________ preserved in rock are examples of fossils.
Every place on Earth has a specific________.
Objects created and used by humans are _________.
The study of the past based on what people left behind is __________.
What is the knowledge, beliefs, customs, and values of a group of people?
What are the materials found in the earth that people need and value?
What is a rounded, elevated area of land smaller than a mountain?
What is a large part of ocean that extends into land?
What is an area of land surrounded entirely by water?
What is an area of land near the ocean?
What is an area of low land between hills or mountains?
What is a deep, narrow valley with steep walls?
What is part of a large body of water that is smaller than a gulf?
What is an ocean ridge made of skeletal remains of tiny sea animals?
What is a natural flow of water that runs through the land?
What is a large area of slow-moving ice?
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Yo voy al partido de futbol americano.
Juan y Marta van al centro.
Ustedes van al restaurante.
Which of the following is part of the cell theory?
Prokaryotic cells can be described as
Eukaryotic cells can be described as
Which of the following describes cells?
The shape of plant cells can be described as
Which organelles are only found in plant cells?
The structure of the nucleus is
The organelle that controls what enters and exits the cell is the
A watery gel that surrounds organelles is the
The organelle that releases energy for the cell is the
The structure of a plant cell vacuole is
The bean shaped organelle with a double membrane is the
This organelle enables photosynthesis to occur in plant cells.
This organelle is found in both plant and animal cells.
Which statement is correct?
The part of a cell that would be similar to a furnace in a house is
This organelle is in both plant and animal cells but it has a different structure in each type of cell.
This organelle contains a chemical enabling photosynthesis to occur
The outer most layer in a plant cell is the
The organelle that stores food, water, and waste is the
Pre-
Un-
Tri-
Neo-
Archa- Archae-
Pro
Mono-
Multi-
Bi-
Tele-
animosity
mutate
decapitate
pedestrian
grandiose
purge
congregate
sentiment
jurisdiction
tenuous
eligible
devious
Who is the main character of the novel?
Who is Karana's brother who was killed by the wild dogs?
Match the word with the definition: a narrow ridge of high land jutting out into the water
Who is Rontu?
Match the word with the definition: a long, deep, narrow valley eroded by running water
After Karana's father was killed who became the new chief?
Match the word with the definition: a narrow opening that results from a split or crack
Karana tames two animals to keep as pets. What are they?
Who is Father Gonzales?
Who is Ulape?
King of ancient India
Which is not a belief of Hinduism?
Which group is at the top of the caste system?
rich yellow soil found near the Huang He River is called
Which ancient religion taught that people needed a sense of duty to find peace?
The belief of the ancient Chinese leaders that they were destined by the heavens to rule
aristocrats are
What two present day countries are located on the ancient Indus River Valley?
How did Aryans get the name Fighting Farmers?
What two mountain ranges provided protection of the Indus Valley?
What are the two main settlements in the Indus Valley?
Which is not a characteristic of these two settlements
What is the name given to runaway slaves in Jamaica?
What people were special African officials appointed to exchange enslaved people with Europeans?
What people worked for a set number of years in exchange for passage to the Americas?
Who were the first Europeans to use African slaves?
Who were Muslim merchants not permitted to take as slaves?
Of the following crops, which one was NOT produced on plantations using African slaves?
In a triangular trade, which of the following was something Europe might trade for slaves in Africa
What is the middle part of the triangular trade called?
Native Americans did not make good slaves because ___________.
Why were the African slaves who stayed in Africa better off than others?
The basic unit (monomer) of nucleic acids is the
In DNA, cytosine always pairs with
What type of bonds hold the bases of DNA together?
In eukaryotic cells, DNA is tightly coiled around proteins called
The DNA and protein tightly packed together in a eukaryotic cell's nucleus is called
During DNA replication the enzyme that joins the new nucleotides together is called
During DNA replicaton adenine will always base pair with
During replication DNA polymerase
Copying of DNA during replication begins at
At the end of DNA replication,
When are tidal ranges greatest? (high tide is highest, low tide is lowest)
What are the four terrestrial planets? (inner planets)
What are characteristics of gas giant planets?
Gravity between two objects depends on which two factors?
Why does the moon have a greater effect on tides than the sun?
Do planets orbit the sun in perfectly circular paths?
Rotation refers to...
Revolution refers to...
Everything on and around Earth is pulled toward the...
Which layer of earth generates earth's magnetic field?
What is the term for daily changes in the level of ocean water, caused by GRAVITY from the moon and sun?
When do eclipses occur?
Which are evidence of earth's magnetic field?
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Which is a pair of examples of history?
Secondary sources include:
Which is a primary source?
Which of the following is not a fossil?
What is culture?
Which artifact is an archaeologist most likely to find at an ancient farm where people once farmed?
The 5 themes of geography are:
One example of people interacting with their environment is:
What is characteristic of a nomadic society?
Hunter/gathers in the Paleolithic Age are characterized by:
What forms when the roof of a cave collapses?
What is a narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies of water?
What are areas covered by shallow water called?
What is a narrow piece of land connecting two larger land areas called?
What is an area in the desert that is a water source called?
When wind shapes sand into a hill it is called a _________.
Florida is an example of a ______________.
A large, flat elevated are of land is a __________.
Nearly flat areas of land are _____________.
The Missippi River forms a _______________, which is an area where a river deposits soil into the ocean.
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
peaceable, friendly
having a deep-seated distaste; opposed
given to fighting, aggressive
kindly, charitable
hasty, not thorough
treachery, deceitfulness
to praise extravagantly
possible, able to be done
a wry face, facial distortion
Which scientific tool is used to measure length?
Which scientific tool is used to measure weight?
Which tool do scientists use to measure temperature?
Which tool measures liquid volume?
Which tool do scientists use to measure mass?
Which of these tools has double lenses and magnifies distant objects?
Which of these tools is one lens and brings distant objects into closer view?
Which tool is a magnifying tool that allows cellular structure to be viewed?
Which tool is a low-powered tool that allows a closer look of detail in objects viewed through the lens?
Which tool measures circumference or short distance, used to measure the size of a ball or human head?
421 + 165 =
364 + 285 =
89 + 97 =
691 + 753 =
295 + 386 =
741 + 327 =
68 + 109 =
503 + 607 =
231 + 163 =
1006 + 1265 =
a large-scale destruction
not affected or hurt by
a moving force
danger
extremely careful; particular about details
a longing for something past
the purest form of something
to move backward
to examine closely
lukewarm
The product of six and a number is 42
seven less than a number
The quotient of a number and 5 is 35
A number increased by ten is 30.
twice a number plus six
7 less a number is 10.
The sum of a number and eight
5 times the quantity of nine minus a number is 15
Eight more than twice a number
Three times a number decreased by six is 40.
8 is an even number
Which of the following is an open sentence?
What is the negation of, "Jenny rides the bus"?
Which of the following is a closed sentence?
n is an even number
The product of two negative numbers is not a positive number.
A square has four corners.
Write the negation: The number 9 is odd.
x + 3 = 8
A triangle has n sides.
controversy
deduction
dimensions
disperse
distort
dominant
sequence
sophisticated
treacherous
trivial
The Tangible (Physical) part of the computer is called
The Intangible (Can't see or touch) part of the computer is called
This is long-term memory
This is short-term memory
This controls the transfer of data between the computer and peripheral devices
This is used for networking between computers within the same building
4 components needed for data communication to take place
Which one is not an input device
Which is not a output device
The printed part of a document is called a
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An experimental group that's purpose is for comparison to the other groups tested. This group does not receive the independent variable.
After you make an observation about the world and ask a question, you would
After you create a testable hypothesis, you would
Which of the following is NOT a true statement?
Which of the following is a precise and measurable hypothesis.
Which option is not one of the 4 roles of government?
Which is NOT a characteristic of an absolute monarchy?
Which is NOT a characteristic of a representative democracy?
Which is NOT a characteristic of a Constitutional Monarchy
What is NOT a characteristic of a Dictatorship
Which is NOT a characteristic of a Theocracy
What is an autocracy?
How are a direct and representative democracy different?
What is the difference between a constitutional monarch and an absolute monarchy?
Which form of government can be ingrained in other types?
What is the products of photosynthesis?
What green pigment is found in chloroplast?
The light-dependent reaction of photosynthesis are in the ___________________.
The light-independent reaction occurs in the ______________.
Where does the energy for photosynthesis come from?
Organisms that use photosynthesis to make their own food are called _______.
Chlorophyll looks green because it _______________ green wavelengths of light.
Which of the following does not affect the rate of photosynthesis?
C6H12O6 is the chemical formula for
NADP+ is converted to NADPH during the _______________ cycle.
ADP is energized to ______________.
What is another name for the light-independent cycle of photosynthesis?
NADP+ becomes energized by absorbing absorbing ________________.
What is the definition of nervous?
What is the definition of chuckled?
What is the definition of nonsense?
What is the definition of fumbled?
What is the definition of trudged?
What is the definition of adventure?
What is the definition of exploring?
What is the definition of auditions?
What is the definition of sparkling?
What is the definition of fantastic?
What is the definition of success?
What is the definition of donate?
What is the definition of unaware?
What is the definition of members?
What is the definition of contribute?
What is the definition of passion?
What is the definition of admire?
What is the definition of concentrate?
What is the definition of splendid?
What is the definition of bothering?
HAYDER
HAYDEER
H
H
H
H
H
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H
H
the smallest functional and structural unit of all living things; the basic unit of life
any living thing
an organism made up of just one cell and must carry out all of the life functions itself
an organism made up of more than one cell; cell in this type of organism often have specialized functions
(1) a protective layer that covers a cell's surface and acts as a barrier between the inside of the cell and the cell's environment (2) controls the movement of materials into and out of the cell
the region of the cell within the membrane that includes gel-like fluid, the cytoskeleton, and all of the organelles except the nucleus
a small body in a cell's cytoplasm that is specialized to perform a specific function
controls a cell's activities and contains the genetic material (DNA)
the genetic material that provides instructions for all cell processes
a single-celled organism that does not have a nucleus or membrane-bound organelles
an organism made up of cells that have genetic material in a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles, as well as ribosomes
hairlike structures that help some prokaryotic cells move
Factor 2x^2+4x
Factor x^2-9
What does the word FACTOR mean
What is the purpose of factoring?
Factor x^2+6x+9
x^2+4x-32
Factor. x^2-x
x^2-16
x^2+6x+5
How can you check your factored answered?
Which of these is the word form for 647,021?
What is the value of the 5 in 125,693?
Which of these is the least?
Which of these is 2,000 more than 123,457?
Estimate 3,245 + 7,679 by rounding each number to the nearest thousand.
Write 5,450,265 in word form.
Complete to express 620,315 in expanded form.
Which number is greater?
Estimate the sum of 5,621 and 1,334 by using front-end estimation with adjustment.
Charlie has 6 boxes of toys. There are 3,465 toys in total. Estimate the number of toys in each box.
Find the rule. Then complete the number pattern. - 8,584,671 ; 8,084,671 ; 7,584,671 ; ? ; ?
There are 7 passengers in each bus. There are 5,157 mini-buses. Estimate the total number of passengers.
James has 6 crates of apples. There are 3,243 mangoes in total. Estimate the number of apples in each crate.
Yo
Tu
Mi familia y yo
Ellos
Ustedes
Ellos van a la biblioteca.
Ella va al cine.
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cell
cytoplasm
cell membrane
chloroplast
vacuole
nucleus
endoplasmic reticulum
ribosomes
Golgi complex
lysosome
organelles
plastikos
chloros
Robert Hooke
cell wall
mitochondria
lysosome
Golgi complex
ribosomes
endoplasmic reticulum
What kind of triangle has 2 sides the same length?
What measures the distance around an object?
what is another name for a number?
What type of triangle has no sides the same length?
How many millimeters are in a centimeter?
Which measurement below is the largest?
What do you call a part of a line?
What property of addition and multiplication says that it does not matter what order you add or multiply in, the answer is the same?
What measures the distance to the center of a circle?
What do you you call the distance all the way across a circle through the center?
What kind of triangle has 2 sides the same length?
What measures the distance around an object?
what is another name for a number?
What type of triangle has no sides the same length?
How many millimeters are in a centimeter?
Which measurement below is the largest?
What do you call a part of a line?
What property of addition and multiplication says that it does not matter what order you add or multiply in, the answer is the same?
What measures the distance to the center of a circle?
What do you you call the distance all the way across a circle through the center?
WHO FIRST PROPOSED THE IDEA OF SAILING FOR PLEASURE?
When did the Boeing 707 Aeroplanes come into regular service?
When did the titanic collide with an iceberg?
Who was the main cruise operator operating the transatlantic crossings?
What caused the decline of the transatlantic cruise liners?
The cruise sector grew into three distinction areas, in which decade?
What was introduced in 2005?
How many weekly crossings of the Atlantic did Cunard offer in the 1930's?
When was 'tourist' class introduced?
What is the name of First Choice's cruise company?
What is a service industry?
Customer Service is
Why is it important to handle a problem effectively?
Which statement is untrue?
How many customers stop using an organisations products and services because of poor customer service?
When discussing measuring customer service and why do it, which is the odd one out?
Which type of reward works more effectively?
Customers who receive poor service and have a bad experience tell
Which is the odd one out?
Of the percentage of customers who stop using an organisation because of poor service, how many tell the organisation why?
True or False: A HAUGHTY person thinks you are better than he is.
Another synonym for DESTINY is...
An example of a COMMOTION is...
What are 2 antonyms for GLUM?
Your Aztec teacher has to VERIFY that you bring a certain something to school every day. What is it?
A GREGARIOUS person is NOT...
Which of the following is NOT an example of what it means to CONSOLIDATE?
If you SUPPRESS a person's argument, you are...
The definition of the word VERIFY is...
The definition of the word HAUGHTY is...
DISEMBARK
FLY-CRUISE
AFT
STARBOARD
MUSTER STATION
LIDO DECK
TENDER
MINI-CRUISE
KNOT (20 KNOTS)
HULL
____________ is a measure of the amount of matter in an object.
Anything that has mass and takes up space is said to be ______________.
____________ is the measure of gravitational force put on an objects's mass.
___________ is the measure of how tightly packed matter is in an object.
If an object's density is less than the fluid it is surrouding, it will ______________.
____________ is the upward force that any fluid has on a object it is surrouding.
If an object or substance easily enables heat to flow through it, it is considered to be a good _____________.
We use goose feathers and thick cotton in much of our winter clothing because these materials are good ________________.
Knowing how much space an object's matter takes up, is the same thing as knowing an object's ___________.
Because gravity is a measure of force, and weight is a measure of gravitational force, we measure weight in _____________.
All matter is made of ____________.
Each element is given a ___________ to use instead of its full name.
When at least two elements are chemically combined to form a new substance, it is called a _____.
If you break apart a compound, such as water, you will find little water parts with the same properties floating around.
___________ are the numbers below element symbols to tell us how many atoms of each element are present in the formula.
The formula H2Co3F has how many atoms in it?
________ are the tiny particles that make up each element and that also retain the properties of that element.
The central core area of the atom is called the ________________.
The positive particle within the atom is called the ____________.
How are metals, nonmetals, and metalloid situated on the periodic table?
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Int his region of the atmosphere the temperature increase with altitude.
Satellites are found here
Temperature is
Narrow bands of high-winds that circle the earth are called
An instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure is called a
All of the homosphere has the same air composition as sea level. The composition is
Which has the highest temperature?
Where is the ionosphere located?
Where would I go to study weather?
Which is not a region of the homosphere
Sea-lelvel is 14.7psi, or 29.9 mmHg. The weather man said that the Atmospheric pressure was 1.3 today in Atlanta. What COULD be the pressure
Which of the following describes the source of CFC's
Which statement about force and motion is true?
What will an object do if it has inertia?
What are Newton's laws of motion?
If a friend bumps into the side of you while you are skating in a straight line, what will happen to your motion?
According to Newton's second law of motion, which object will require the most force in order to change its motion?
For every action in one direction,
A plant soaks up energy from the Sun and turns it into food so it can grow. A cow eats the plant so it can have energy to walk. You eat or drink products from the cow so you can have energy to play. This series of steps is called?
Which task would require the most work?
If you pull a rubber band back but don't release it, what kind of energy does the rubber band have?
Rubbing your hands together is an example of sliding friction, while a paper plane flying through the air is an example of
How are the forces of magnetism and electricity related?
Car A = 2,000 lb. Car B = 1,500 lb. Which of the following statements about the pull of gravity is true?
What is the redundancy effect?
One key to creating an effective and engaging lecture is
Which discussion model helps students learn the skill of argumentation?
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