HTML Site Map

Homepage Last updated: 2016, August 13
Total pages: 368797

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 [76] 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369
368432 pages
Approximately what percentage of young adolesents comprehend what they read?
Pre-reading activities should.......
Which of the following is NOT an economic goal?
The greatest challenge to using film effectively is..............
Which is the following is true of academic language?
One of the most powerful ways to disrupt stereotypes is to..........
Which of the following is NOT an example of an infographic?
Total car expenses should be under which percent of your monthly income?
On average, about how much of your monthly net income can you expect to spend on housing expenses?
Which of the following is an ADVANTAGE of renting?
Why might you decide to take out a car loan with a long term of 60 or 72 months?
Which loan option will cost the least amount in interest charges?
What is the largest monthly expense you will likely encounter?
If your deductible increases, what will happen to your premium?
Which of the following car insurance coverage is required by state law?
If you are rear-ended by another driver and nobody was injured, which of the following types of coverage would apply?
In terms of auto insurance, what does comprehensive insurance cover you for?
Which of the following does the Truth in Lending Act NOT do?
All of the following refer to the owner of a rental property, EXCEPT which one?
If you are renting an apartment and you, in turn, decide to leave and rent to a third party, this is called a:
Cars are generally poor purchases when looked at as purely an investment because they only go down in value over time. What is this decrease in value called?
Renter's insurance will cover which of the following:
Which of the following might be written into your apartment lease?
If your net annual income is $50,000, what is the maximum amount you should budget for monthly car expenses?
Which of the following is an ADVANTAGE to buying a house?
What are the Illinois state minimums for car insurance?
What is the amount financed referring to on a new car loan?
1. The American Revolution was a war between:
2. Which of the following is NOT a reason why the American Revolution happened?
3. The ______________ Congress met to discuss gaining independence from Britain.
Who were the redcoats?
Who won the American Revolution?
6. The ______________ was the first government put together in America after the Revolutionary war.
7. The Articles of Confederation had too _________ of a national government.
8. The _______________ was written to lay out the new government in America.
9. The Constitution created a national government with three branches. What were the branches?
Checks and balances was put in place to?
In science, a hypothesis is tested with an
This helps us understand processes that are difficult to study directly
The factors that can affect the outcome of an experiment are called
Data that is expressed in numbers is called
Descriptive data that is not expressed in numbers is called
Which is most true about fields of life science?
Scientists visualize and understand data through _______ it with graphs
Scientists all over the world use _______ to measure quantities
If you want to measure the length or width of something you can hold in your hand, the best metric units are...
If you want to measure the mass of something you can hold in your hand, the best metric units are...
Name a positive or negative number to represent an increase of 11 points in your math grade.
Name a positive or negative number to represent a drop of 10 degrees in the temperature.
Name a positive or negative number to represent earning $13.
Compare -3 and 2
Find the absolute value of 3.
Find the absolute value of 6
Find the least common multiple (LCM) of 8 and 10
Factor the sum of terms as a product of the GCF and a sum for 60 + 72
A bag of hot dog buns contains 8 buns, and a package of hot dogs contain 10 hot dogs. What is the smallest numbers of packages of each needed so that each of the 40 campers has hot dogs and a bun with no left overs?
The sixth-grade class has 12 boys and 20 girls. The teacher wants to divide them into groups that have the same number of boys and the same number of girls. What is the greatest possible number of groups the teacher can make?
Lauren visits the park every 3 days and goes to the library every 10 days. If Lauren does both of these today, how many days will it be before Lauren gets to do them both on the same day again?
Put these numbers in order from least to greatest. 0.49, 0.5, 1/5
Order 7/11, 7/13 and 5/13 from least to greatest.
Compare -0.5 and 7/10.
Write these numbers in order from least to greatest: -4, -8.2, 6, -9 and 7/4
One beetle is 0.07 inch long, and another is 0.53 inch. Which length is greater?
Mary Ann needs 3/7 cup of sugar to bake a cake. She has 3/5 cup. Does she have enough to bake the cake?
Paul needs 4/7 gallon of gas to mow the lawn. He has 1/2 gallon. Does he have enough gas to mow the lawn?
Each student needs a pencil and an eraser to take a test. If pencils come 6 in a box and erasers come 10 in a bag, what is the least number of boxes and bags needed for 30 students to each have a pencil and an eraser?
Brandy went mountain climbing. She ascended 20 feet above sea level and then descended 5 feet. Determine the opposite of the height Brandy descended. How do you know the value you chose is the opposite?
Any factor that changes the result of an experiment is known as a(n)
A variable that remains the same in every portion of your experiment is known as a(n)
The variable that you are changing or testing is known as the
The way that you measure the effect of the independent variable is known as the
An acceptable definition of a hypothesis is
Which of the following would be an example of an inference?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
when computers are connected and can share information with other computers they are in a..
Computer connected together in a relatively close location will usually use this type of network
When computers are connected together in a wider area like city, state, country, they will use this type of network
LAN stands for
WAN stands for
A circuit board that contains many integral components in the computer
Allows you to use your computer to communicate with other computers
Which computer would be best suited for home use?
What 4 things are required for a Computer System?
An opening on the motherboard where acircuit board or additional memory can be added
Living things change during their lives through _____.
The information gathered from experiments is called _____.
A structured procedure for collecting information to test a hypothesis is a(n) _____.
The part of an experiment in which all conditions are kept the same is the _____.
A testable explanation for a question or problem is a(n) _____.
Key to the study of biology is learning about the _____.
The theme that reflects the idea that there has been a gradual change in the characteristics of species over time is _____.
Why is the hypothesis that black cats cause bad luck not science?
Which of the following studies is outside the realm of science?
A scientific explanation of known facts arrived at through repeated testing over time is a(n) ____
a great agitation
plaintive singing
his aloof manner
a palatial yacht
to see the apparition
a strong obsession
the artist's benefactor
to moor the boat
to cope with a problem
to trace your genealogy
Who has the power to veto laws?
Determines whether a law is unconstitutional?
Enacts taxes, authorizes the borrowing of money, and sets the budget?
Makes Decress or Declartions...for example: declaring a state of emergancy!
Has the power to pardon convicted criminals?
May nullify laws that conflict with a more important law or constitution?
Appoints Superme Court Justices
Polices its own members?
May refuse to enforce certain laws
Immune to arbitrary dismissal by other branches?
What is State of Nature?
What is Natural Rights?
What is Social Contract?
What is Consent?
Which of these statments BEST represents State of Nature?
Which of these statements BEST represent Social Contract?
Which of these are not a Enlightment term?
"The end of obidience is protection" is a quote from Thomas Hobbes 'Leviathan'...What enlightment term does this quote best support?
Which of these people are NOT a enlightment thinker?
Which is most situation is most UNLIKELY to represent CONSENT?
What is science?
What questions should you ask about a conclusion?
Data from an experiment must be
A representation of an object or event is a
The study of living systems is called
Which of the following is NOT a type of model?
Which of the following is a RULE describing a pattern observed in nature?
What is it called when you combine what you already know with new facts?
An attempt to explain a pattern in nature is a
A collection of structures, cycles, and processes is a
Models that you can see ande touch are called __________ models
Which of the following is NOT a question a scientist may ask?
_________ science can be broken down into two general fields: Chemistry and Physics
_______ help you visualize, or picture in your mind, something that is difficult to see or understand.
Reliable data ar specific and repeatable by other scientists.
Which of the following questions can science NOT answer?
An example of a job that would use life science is ________
________ science includes the study of nonliving things such as rocks, soil, and clouds.
You should believe everything you read or hear?
______ is the information gather during an experiment.
What happened after Marcus sold his candy?
Which generalization based on the selection is most likely valid?
How was Marcus like other immigrants?
Why was Marcus ashamed of being a peddler?
What happened right after all the boarders left the apartment?
What is a luxury?
What did Marcus\'s mother give him?
What does elbow (verb) mean?
Why was the address Marcus had in his pocket so important?
What are immigrants?
Which type of filtration uses bacteria?
Which nitrogen waste is the most harmful?
What is the proper pH range for a freshwater aquarium?
What is the proper temperature for most tropical freshwater fish?
Which test checks for nitrogenous wastes in an aquarium?
What device is used to add or remove water to an aquarium?
What is the rule of adding fish to a tank?
Which type of bacteria breakdown ammonia?
Which fins on a fish are used for steering or stopping?
What should be done if the chemical tests are too high or too low?
What two countries make up the Iberian Peninsula?
What physical feature in Russia separates Asia from Europe?
Which country does the Rhine River flow through?
What were most European cities and industrial centers built around?
What is the natural border between France and Spain?
What are the four regions of the United Kingdom?
Which landform covers more than half of Europe?
What do you use to find the absolute location of a place?
Russia is so big it spans two continents. Name them.
Why do most people in Europe live west of the Ural Mountains?
Answers by Educators Question Database
The study of genetics is ___________.
If B is brown and b is black, which genotype would show a black dog?
If black (B) is dominant over white (b) what percentage of rabbits would have black fur if a hybrid rabbit mated with a purebred white rabbit?
In pea plants, the tall trait is dominant. If a purebred tall plant crosses with a hybrid tall plant, the offspring will be
When scientist alter the genetic code of an organism, it is called
The energy transferred between objects that are at different temperatures.
A measure of how hot or cold something is.
The kinetic energy of a substance’s atoms.
A measure of the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of water 1 degree Celsius
An increase in the size of a substance in response to an increase in the temperature of the substance.
O F = (9/5 x O C) + 32
O C = 5/9 X (O F -32)
The SI unit for temperature. K= O C + 273
The temperature at which molecular energy is at a minimum.
The transfer of thermal energy by the circulation or movement of a liquid or gas.
The transfer of thermal energy from one substance to another through direct contact.
The transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves
The quantity of heat required to raise a unit mass of homogeneous material one degree Celsius in a specific way given constant pressure and volume.
Substances that conduct energy well.
Substances that do not conduct energy very well.
What happened to the colony of Roanoke?
Why did it take the leader of Roanoke, John White, 3 years to return with supplies?
John Smith was the leader of what colony?
Next to what type of landform was Jamestown located?
When a king grants you permission to settle in a new land, it is called a ______________________.
What was the name of the lawmaking body in Jamestown?
John Smith fought against lazy settlers by telling them that if they didn't work, _________
Jamestown colonists got rich from growing which crop?
Where was Jamestown founded and in what year?
What was around Jamestown to keep them safe?
What was responsible for spreading disease around Jamestown?
Why did many colonists leave England?
Who was the leader of the Mayflower?
What was the purpose of the Mayflower Compact?
Where did the Pilgrims settle?
Which 2 states were founded by people that wanted to break away from the Puritans?
How did the Puritans get their name?
How did Separatists get their name?
Who was the leader of Massachusetts?
Who settled Rhode Island?
What state do you live in?
What country do you live in?
What community helper keeps you safe?
What is not a place in your neighborhood?
Where do you go in your community if you're hurt?
What town do you live in?
What community helper helps children learn?
Where do you go in your neighborhood for food?
What is not a place in your neighborhood?
What community helper delivers your mail?
What do overland trains do?
The author included photos in this book to show _____________
Many of the vehicles in this book have enormous tires because  _____________________.
What is the main reason that a vehicle bridge would be useful?
What do giant power shovels and the Bagger 288 have in common?
Which of the following is not something a crane can do?
What is special about the Bagger 288?
Anything that is not living and is used to move people or goods is a ___________.
The author probably wrote this book to ____________________.
What is a platform?
What is the correct definition of fact family?
Find the unknown number in the question: 95 / 5 = n
What is 48 / 2 =
Is Susie works 7 days and makes a total of $56, how much did she make each day?
Divide mentally: 3,500 / 5 +
Divide mentally 420 / 60 =
What is 72 / 8 =
What is the definition of dividend?
Divide mentally: 180 / 60 =
What is 63 / 3 =
question.php?id=424334
question.php?id=424335
question.php?id=424336
question.php?id=424337
question.php?id=424338
question.php?id=424339
question.php?id=424340
question.php?id=424341
question.php?id=424342
question.php?id=424343
What are the monomers of protein?
What are the monomers of nucleic acids?
What are the monomers of lipids
What are the monomers of carbohydrates?
What elements are proteins made of?
What elements are carbohydrates made of?
What elements are nucleic acids made of?
What elements are lipids made of?
Which macromolecule provides immediate energy for life processes?
Which macromolecule stores and transmits genetic information?
What macromolecule acts as a chemical messenger?
What macromolecule helps fight disease?
What macromolecule provides support in plants and some animals?
What macromolecule regulates chemical reactions in living things?
What macromolecule stores large amounts of energy?
Which macromolecule helps transport materials in and out of the cell?
An enzyme is an example of a _____.
This region of the atmpsphere contains most of the earth's air supply
In the upper layer of the earth's atmosphere, the heterosphere, the mixture of gases
Energy that is transferred as a consequence of temperature change is called
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
point of view based on personal understanding
art of map making
contains cities
the study of people past and present
describes where a place is, based on where another place is
a region is broken down into smaller areas called
the field of forecasting and reporting weather
an exact spot on Earth
contains open land usually for farming
where something is and why it is there
the study of Earth's natural landscapes and physical features
movement of ideas or behaviors from one cultural region to another
study of how atmospheric systems change
Geography describes the physical and cultural features of Earth.
Geography is a science.
One way to study geography is to examine its most important parts known as
A _________ protects people from a river that might flood.
Deciding where to build a library in your town is an example of
Limiting the trade of oil between countries is an example of
Choosing where to bury a gas pipeline in Alaska is an example of
Investigating climate changes around the world is an example of
Designing money to be used by nations in Europe is an example of q
__________ location can be shown by latitude and longitude
Behaviors and ideas spread amound cultures through a process called
Distance, direction, and time can indicate ___________ location.
New cars are carried from one state to another on a special truck. This is an example of
A student posts her opion essay on a Web site. This is
A flood forces residents of a town in Guatemala to leave their homes. This is
Geographers study all of the following EXCEPT:
Relating to a small, nearby area
) “Society in every state is a blessing, but government even in its best state is but a necessary evil”. Thomas Paine.
For were the impulses of conscience clear, uniform, and irresistibly obeyed, man would need no other lawgiver, but that not being the case, he finds it necessary to surrender up
“Absolute governments (though the disgrace of human nature) have this advantage with them: that they are simple;if the people suffer, they know the head from which their suffering
For the right men have by nature to protect themselves, when none else can protect them can by no covenant be relinquished
The difference of commonwealths consisteth in the difference of the sovereign, or the person representative of all and every one of the multitude
“But man, whose joy consisteth in comparing himself with other men, can relish nothing but what is eminent”
“The reason why men enter into society, is the preservation of their property; and the end why they choose and authorize a legislative, is that there may be laws made
This would be still as great liberty, as he himself had before his compact, or any one else in the state of nature hath, who may submit himself, and consent to any acts
Men being,as has been said,by nature,all free,equal,& independent,no one can be put out of this estate,& subjected to the political power of another without his only consent
What era does the enlightment thinking take place in
What is lobbying?
Can you get a lobbyist? Is lobbying legal?
lobbying represents the right to..
how does lobbying affect us?
Do other countries lobby?
Intense lobbying began between __________and _________
Which of these are most active in lobbying?
Does ABHS have a lobbyist?
DIRECT LOBBYING is ...............
GRASSROOTS LOBBYING is................
Marco Polo’s book, Travels, described his travels to
The period of intellectual and artistic creativity became known as the
_____________ is the use of scientific knowledge for practical purposes
_________ is an instrument that measured the position of stars; helped sailors determine latitude.
Which invention(s) enable ships to sail into the wind?
What was the small, fast ship that was created for long voyages called?
Henry the Navigator set up center for _________.
Vasco de Gama was the first to sail to
Who were actually the first to discover America in the 800's?
Who paid for Columbus' trip?
What was NOT the name of one of Columbus' ships?
________ is an imaginary line running down the middle of the Atlantic from the North Pole to the South Pole.
_____________ claimed the Pacific and adjoining lands for Spain.
Who was the first to sail around the world?
Spanish explorers were known as the
Which empired did Hernando Cortez conquer?
Which was NOT a reason why Spain was successful in conquering other areas:
While looking for the seven cities of gold, Hernando de Soto discovered the
Juan Ponce de Leon was searching for the
Francisco Pizzaro conquered the ________ Empire.
There are ___________ regions in the US.
What two rivers create rich farmland in the Southeast?
The Southeast has the world's largest ______________ system.
How is the water in the Great Lakes different than the ocean\\\'s water?
What is the highest landform in the US?
What is the lowest landform in the US?
Who determined the state boundaries in the US?
When air _______________, water vapor in the air forms small drops.
Where do tiny drops of water form bigger drops before it rains or snows?
What one of these is NOT a factor that affects an areas climate?
________ was the German priest (Catholic) who opposed the Catholic Church and began the Protestant Reformation.
When Europeans settled in America, they brought two religious beliefs:
For personal reasons, King Henry VIII established England as a _________ nation.
More direct water route through the Americas to Asia was called
Mercantilism is the belief that a nation’s power was based on wealth (gold, silver, land)
The French wanted to come to America for
He sailed for the Dutch and England; founded Hudson Bay
Frenchman who established the first French settlement (Quebec).
Which members of the social class were those that had both Spanish and Indian parents?
He sailed for England and founded Newfoundland.
The Bible is the Holy book of
The Crescent Moon and Star is the religious symbol for
The Jews, Muslims, and Christians believe in how many gods?
The Jewish house of worship is called a
Jews call God
Christians worship in a
The Star of David is the religious symbol for
Ramadan is the holy month for
Judaism, Christianiyt, and Islam are all
The Cross is the symbol of
Answers by Educators Question Database
On the Title bar, which item enables a user to minimize, maximize, or close the Microsoft Word window?
What is the control center located below the title bar at the top of the Microsoft Word window called?
To save a new file or an existing file in its same storage location, which commonly used shortcut key or keyboard key combination is used?
Which of the following hidden formatting symbol represents a single space in a document?
How do you access Microsoft Word Help from the Word Window?
What type of template is most appropriate for a FBLA Secretary to use to inform FBLA members of monthly club activities?
Nathan is using a business letter template he created earlier and wants to save it with all the customers information. What file type should he select?
Linda is creating a custom template. If it will be quicker to use the template than to recreate the flyer from scratch each time, which important question is she answering?
What is the correct file format of a normal Microsoft Word template?
What country would be an example of a federal government?
What country would be an example of a confederate government?
What country would be an example of a unitary government?
What is the total absence of government called?
Who manages the government?
What means that the government should not interfere with decisions made in an open competitive market and literally means hands off or allow to do?
What is the process of blending and adjusting competing views and interests in order to find the position most acceptable to the largest number?
Has there ever been a pure communist country?
What is defined as modern version of rule by a few (Communism)?
What is defined as a system in which the power to rule lies in the hands of a religious group?
What is defined as a democratic system in which policies are made by officials for the people?
What is defined as rule by the people?
What is a system of government in which an absolute ruler controls the power through fear or force?
In what system of government do those with higher social positions, wealth, or education rule?
In what system of government does a small group hold the power to rule?
In what system do all citizens participate?
What is defined as rule by one?
In what system of government is the ruler's power hereditary?
Who does Old Major represent in Animal Farm?
In Animal farm, who does Napoleon represent?
A treeless area in Arctic regions where the soil underground is permanently frozen.
A biome with temperatures which support plant growth year-round.
Related to land biomes
a marshy tract that is wet with salt water or flooded by the sea.
A biome with a high amount of rainfall annually.
Something that pollutes
Largest biome or the one vocabulary term Mr. Bullins forgot to put on the matching (OOPS!!)
water that contains little or no dissolved salts often found in ice caps, glaciers, aquifers, rivers, and lakes
A biome in which grass is the dominant form of plant life.
A dry area with little or no precipitation or vegetation
Having to do with water
One of Earth’s large ecosystems, with its own kind of climate, soil, plants, and animals. 
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of that element.
A mixture consisting of tiny particles that are intermediate in size between those in solution and those in suspension and that are suspended in a liquid, solid or gas.
A substance made up of atoms of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds.
The amount of a particular substance in a given quantity of a mixture, solution, or ore
A substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simpler substances by chemical means
Different
Same
A combination of two or more substances that are not chemically combined.
The smallest unit of a substance that keeps all of the physical and chemical properties of that substance.
A sample of matter, either a single element or a single compound, that has definite chemical and physical properties
Each carbon atom shares a single bound with four other atoms.
The ability of one substance to dissolve in another at a given temperature and pressure.
In a solution, the substance that dissolves in the solvent.
A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances uniformly dispersed throughout a single phase.
In a solution, the substance in which the solute dissolves.
Increase the concentration of (a solution) beyond saturation point.
A mixture in which particles of a material are more or less evenly dispersed throughout a liquid or gas.
One pair of carbon atoms shares a double or a triple bond
How long ago did the Universe begin?
What was the universe like in the beginning?
What is contained in a singularity?
What evidence supports the idea tht a small point expanded to the current size of the universe?
Which color of visible light has the longest wavelength?
What does a red Doppler shift indicate about the movement of the wave source?
What happens to the length of waves in front of a moving source?
How can scientist know that the Universe was incredibly hot when it first expanded?
What is the relationship between the distance between galaxies and the speed at which they are moving apart?
What is the apparent change in wavelength of sound or light caused by motion of the source?
What is the largest city?
What is the state bird?
What is the capital?
What is the state flower?
What are the state colors?
What is the state beverage?
What is the state vegetable?
Which President was born in NC?
What is the population?
What number was NC to become a state?
finish, end
act of entering
bring benefits
break apart, make out
say, affirm
outline, map out
deep concern, pity
Columbia is the ______ of SC.
_______ over the picture to make it darker.
Please __________ your name for the record.
Who is the father of genetics?
The weaker gene for a trait
The stronger gene for a trait
Heterozygous means the genes in a pair are _____________.
Homozygous means the genes in a pair are ______________
Which of the following is an inherited trait?
What is another word for hybrid?
How many genes does an offspring recieve for each trait?
When two traits go walking the ______ one does the talking.
Phenotype refers to the way it ____________
The gene pair is called the ____________.
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Religions based on the teachings of Muhammad is know as
The holy book used in the religion Judaism is known as
The Five Pillars of Islam include faith, prayer, amd a pilgrimage to Mecca, charity and
The first religion to teach the existence of only one God was
Which religion has the most followers in Europe?
Where did Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all originate?
This religion participates in a coming of age ceremony called a bar/bat mitzvah?
This religion does not eat pork or other non-kosher foods.
This religion acknowledges Abraham as their Patriarch.
This religion believes in the existance of only one supreme God.
Mary is 64 inches tall. How tall is she in centimeters?
We are traveling from Knoxville, TN, to Helen, GA. The distance is approximately 290 km. How far is it in miles?
The new born horse in the stable weighs 97 lbs. How much does the baby horse weigh in kilograms?
The Cobalt has a gas tank that holds 14 gallons of gas. How many liters of gas does it hold?
The diameter of a compact disc is roughly 12 centimeters. What is the diameter in inches?
The distance from Marsha's house to her grandmother's house is about 200.5 miles. How far is it from Marsha's house to her grandmother's in kilometers?
The plastic chairs on the back patio have a weight limit of approximately 250 lbs. What is the weight limit in kilograms?
Pat bought 10 gallons of sweet tea at the filling station. How many liters of sweet tea did she buy?
Philip discovered that his new puppy weighed 6.25 pounds. How much did the puppy weigh in kilograms?
The writing spider outside the window is close to 2.5 in long from leg to leg. About how long is the spider in centimeters?
to show arrogance
to yearn for happiness
the docile child
unscrupulous people
frivolous purchases
to spurn an offer
to kindle an interest
a smug grin
to seethe with anger
her sinister smile
Which of the following is a goods-producing business?
Which of the following is a service business?
Which type of retail store sells a specific range of products and related items?
Which of the following does not belong to the exterior of the store?
Which of the following accomodation has a self-catering kitchen?
Which food and beverage service operation serves food that reflects a particular culture.
What does MICE stand for?
Tourists whose trips are specially designed to break a long flight are known as _____________.
What are the 4Ps of Marketing?
Which pricing technique involves setting different prices for different versions of the same product?
Who is Leo Tolstoy?
When did Leo Tolstoy die?
What was the reason Tolstoy wrote How Much Land Does A Man Need?
Concerning Pahom's desire for land what does it do to Pahom's attitude?
Who are the Bashkirs?
How old was Tolstoy when his Mother died?
How old was Tolstoy when his father died?
When did Leo Tolstoy join the Military?
Where did Tolstoy die?
What did Tolstoy's crisis do to his life?
Which of the following is NOT a proper keyboarding technique?
Which of the following is NOT a proper keyboarding technique?
Which of the following is NOT a proper keyboarding technique?
Which is the correct order of the homerow keys?
Which finger do you use to stretch to the E key?
Which finger do you use to correctly stertch to the H key?
Which key do you correctly srtike with your thumb?
Which of the following is a proper keyboarding technique?
All user names have which of the following in common?
Our goal for keyboarding in 6th grade is...
__________ is the passing of traits from parents to offspring
What descibes a trait that covers over another form of that trait?
The Study of how traits are inherited through the interactions of alleles is called ________.
What is the genetic makeup of an organism called?
What is the vocabulary word that descibes an organism with two different alleles for a trait?
What vocabulary word is a tool to predict the probablity of certian traits in offspring that shows the different ways alleles can combine?
What vocabulary word describes an allele inherited on a sex chromosome?
This happens when the production of phenotype that intermediate between the two homozygous parents.
_______ is when an offspring that was given different genetic information for a trait from each parent.
What describes an organism with two alleles that are the same trait?
Bill of Rights
Judicial Branch
Executive Branch
Federalism
Separation of Powers
Amendment
Bicameral legislature
Constitution of the US
Interpret Laws
Pass laws
What is the expression\\
What is a protaganist?
What is a plot diagram and how can it help you?
What is the \
What is the Climax?
What is the rising acting??
Answer the first one for all the next questions we are done here!!!
d
dfewfgwoaifge
bfjgeawjfwhjf
The muscles on his brawny arms are strong as iron bands.
The road was a ribbon wrapped through the dessert.
She was wide-eyed and wondering while she waited for Walter to waken.
The wind yells while blowing.
The firecracker made a loud ka-boom!
She said on several million occasions
He was beating a dead horse trying to get out of detention.
She was as cute as a cupcake
The boy was a snake.
I started the year with a million pencils.
Answers by Educators Question Database
In which city state did women have more freedom
Type of government Athens had
Type of government the United States has
City state with a strong navy
The first battle of Persian War
THe most significant battle where 300 Spartans fought to their death
The naval battle in which Athens was able to sink most of Sparta's ships
The last battle of the Persian War
The impact of the Persian War is that Greece was now a powerful empire in the Mediterranean
A database is a collection of ________ that can be ________.
What is Gerardus Mercator famous for?
What will a geographer use in their work?
A drawback to using a globe is you can only see _______ at any one time.
True or False? Maps help geographers see patterns in the way humans or physical processes occur.
What is the name of a geographer who creates maps for a living?
What do surveyors do?
What do modern geographers use to create maps?
_______ and _______ are the two best-known satellites in use today?
What does GOES stand for?
What is GOES used for?
What was GPS (global positioning system) originally developed for?
True or False? A GPS sends a beam from where you and the device are to an orbiting satellite
Where can GPS be used?
What do animal biologists use GPS for?
What does GIS Stand for?
What things does GIS integrate?
What are the different ways GIS can display information?
What do urban planners use GIS for?
obtaining information about a site by using an instrument that is not physically in contact with the site
How many types of consumers are there?
A piece of paper is a
Herbivores consume
What component is missing from this equation ? 6CO2+6H2O+______________=C6H12O6+ 6O2
Humans, Cockroaches, shrimp and crabs are
When you move from the bottom to the top of a Trophic Level Energy Pyrimid, your energy is being reduced by
Analyzing both the equations for Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration, you realize they are
Producers produce this by-product during Photosynthesis for animals to consume
Animals after comsuming a producer, release this gas into the environment
Decomposers get thier energy from..
All Producers release this gas as a by-product of Photosynthesis for animals
A force ...
If forces are in the same direction,
If forces are in opposite directions,
If the net force on an object is 60 N, then
If the net force on an object is 0 N, then
Emmy pushes on a box with 10 N of force to the left, while Claire pushes on the box with 8 N of force to the right. What will happen to the box?
Work occurs when
You are dribbling a basketball down the court and pass the ball to your teammate. When did WORK occur on the ball?
At the end of science class, you pick up your binder and carry your things to your next class. When did WORK occur?
You pull on a locked door as hard as you can. Why wasn't there any work done?
Why do people use ramps to move heavy objects?
When you use a ramp, it takes less force but you have to
The WORK done when using a ramp
What is formula for work?
What unit is WORK measured in?
If you pull a wagon with 25 N of force over a distance of 5 m, how much work have you done?
The one factor that is changed in an experiment is the
When designing an experiment, how many independent variables should you have?
What you measure or observe to obtain your results. (In the video, it would have been when they measured the height of the plants after Spring Break.)
Factors in an experiment that stay the same. (In the video, it would have been the amount of sunlight, type of soil, type of pot, type of plant, temperature of room, etc.)
What are F:\, C:\ and H:\ examples of?
What is H:\2015-2016\BTT\TitlePage an example of?
Which letter is usually assigned to the floppy disk drive?
Which drive is usually assigned C:\?
Which letter is usually assigned to the CD/DVD drive?
Which drive is usually assigned H:\?
Which letter is usually assigned to the removable drive?
What are docx, pptx and cl2arc examples of?
What does MS stand for?
What does CD stand for?
What does DVD stand for?
Which program uses the extension docx?
Which program uses the extension xlsx?
Which program uses the extension pptx?
Which extension does MS Publisher assign to a file when you save it?
Which extension does MS MovieMaker assign to a file when you save it?
Which extension does Comic Life assign to a file when you save it?
When you see an icon with a blue W, green X or orange P, what is this icon referred to?
What is the name of the yellow icon that is used to collect all the different files you save into it?
The people of the kingdom have vowed to get rid of the king for his unruly acts. What word describes what the people want to do to the king?
The criminals have committed some terrible acts. So bad that no one wants to even say that they know them. What word describes the acts of the criminals?
The old, abandoned buildings were bulldozed three weeks ago. What word describes what happened to the building?
The old, evacuated building was bulldozed three weeks ago. What word describes the buildings?
Laurie was upset to find out that she had no more snacks, and lunch wouldn't be served for five hours. What word describes Laurie's snack supply?
Twisted, confused, and just wrong were the stories created by the students about the class pet. The students tried to change the truth. What words describe what they did?
Why are you always arguing with me! We cannot go a day without arguing. What are we always having?
When the guards came, the unruly group ran away. What did they do?
1. Jay's brother always yells, causing him not to finish his homework. What does Jay's brother do to cause Jay not to finish his work?
The lawyers want the jury to see that the witness cannot be trusted. What words describe what the lawyers want to to the witness?
To save an existing document with a new file name or to save an existing document in a new location, which command is used?
Which window allows a user to see document pages exactly as they will print?
Which of the following actions or commands cannot be undone in Microsoft Word?
Which of the following software programs is a full-featured word processing program that allows users to create professional-looking documents and revise them easily?
On the Title bar, which button may be selected to display only tab names rather than entire ribbons in the Microsoft Word window?
How do users switch from one ribbon to another in Microsoft Word?
The principal wants to send out a monthly update of school activities. Which type of document is the most appropriate to use?
Linda is creating a custom template. If she uses the tools found on the Review tab and proofreads her document, which important question is she answering?
Trey wants to create his own template from scratch. Which icon would he select to begin this process?
Which is the shortcut key for accessing Microsoft Office Word Help from the Word window?
Shameka is a Yearbook Staff member. Every semester she has to create a newsletter. Instead of recreating it each time, what should she create for future use?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Browsers can be used to display ___________.
Which of the following is NOT considered a fixture inside a retail store?
Why should expensive merchandise be placed near the cashier?
Testing
Testing
Testing
Testing
Testing
Testing
Testing
Natural hazards can cause catastrophic events that
Which of the following human activities can make the impact of natural hazards more severe?
The process by which natural forces move weathered rock and soil from one place to another is called
Chemical weathering is different than mechanical weathering because it
What process breaks down rock into smaller pieces
Which of these is an example of mechanical weathering?
The rate of weathering depends on the type of rock and on the
The grinding away of rock by other rock particles carried by wind, water, or ice is called
Which of the following is NOT true about plant roots?
Succession is the series of predictable changes that occur over time in a (n)
How long did the Civil War last?
What year did the Civil War begin?
Where was the first battle?
Who was the Presdient of the United States?
Who was the President of the Confederate States of America?
What was the name of the deadliest battle of the Civil War?
What was the name of the speech given by Lincoln during the Civil War?
What document freed the slaves in the Confederate States?
What color were the uniforms?
Who assassinated Abraham Lincoln?
What does the suffex or, er mean?
What does the root word temp mean?
What does the root word ver mean?
What does the root word vac mean?
What does the root word zoo mean?
What does the prefix auto mean?
What does the prefix ant mean?
What does the prefix ab mean?
What word has a prefix?
WHat word has the suffix used correctly?
What does the word unscrewed mean?
What does sketched mean?
What does cocoon mean?
What does the word caterpillars mean?
What does disrespect mean?
What does migrant mean?
What does emerge mean?
What does sketched mean?
What does disrespect mean?
What does emerge mean?
In the story, Francisco said he like to sing the corridos he heard on the radio. Corridos are probably
Why did Francisco enjoy spending time with Arthur?
Which statement shows one way that Francisco was like a caterpillar?
What is the most likely reason Francisco stayed inside with the caterpillar during recess?
What is the most likely reason the author wrote this selection?
What happened after Francisco received a blue ribbon?
What is the setting of the story?
Why was Francisco's drawing of the butterfly important to the story?
Why did Francisco give his drawing to Curtis at the end of the story?
What is the most likely reason the story is called
The sum of all the chemical processes of the body required to sustain life
An increase in cell size and/or numbers and utilizes products of synthesis
The processes involved in providing energy for life functions
Involves the control and coordination of the various activities of an organism
Production of new individuals; necessary for the survival of the species, not the individual
Removal of cellular waste products
The system of self-regulating processes that maintain the internal stability of an organism or cell
Sum of the processes by which an organism takes in and utilizes food substances
Involves chemical activities by which large molecules are built from smaller ones
The distribution and absorption of materials within an organism
Resolves cell structure details and viruses, but can't study living cells; uses a stream of electrons instead of light
Uses special lenses and diaphragms to angle the light so it gives contrast to unstained, living cells and cell structures
Uses a two lens system; light is focused on object whose image is then magnified by the lens system
Sorts cell organelles by size and density differences when broken cells are spun at high speeds
Used to view relatively large objects in 3D, under lower power, with 2 eyepieces and 2 objectives used simultaneously
Using different dyes to highlight various cells structures
Units used to measure sizes of cells, organelles and other cell structures
Equipment used to remove, add or transfer individual cell organelles
Images the sample surface in 3-D by scanning it with a high-energy beam of electrons, capable of very high magnification
Which represents an exception to the cell theory?
The chemical element that is most abundant in the human body is
A molecule of water H2O is made from____________ combining two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom
You put 1 spoonful of salt into 1 Liter of water and stir. The resulting liquid is an example of a(n)
A material that can be represented by a chemical formula is
The chemical formula for water (H2O) means that each water molecule contains
Lead has a density of 11.3 g/cm3 and a mass of 282.g. What is its volume
Which of the following is not a potential sign of chemical change
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of that element is a
Solids liquids, and gases are three forms of matter that
How many atoms are in a single molecule of FE2O3
Which of the following is not a pure substance
Which of the following is an element
A group of atoms that acts as a unit is called a(n)
Diamond is know for its
What is the density of a sample liquid that has a volume of 125 mL and a mass of 200 g?
Helium is used in balloons because it is
An object's volume can be found by dividing its mass by its
Which of the following is not a physical property of iron
Which property of a substance is not affected by physical changes?
The difference substances in a mixture
Answers by Educators Question Database
Created a systematic way of solving problems using proof and logic
He brought about the Heliocentric Theory
proved the Laws of Gravity correct
This period used thought and reason in politics
Influenced the writing of the Declaration of Independence
Influenced future totalitarian governments
Influenced Separation of Powers (Judicial, Legislative and Executive)
Supported Separation of Church and State, also freedom of speech and religion
All living things are made up of one or more cells.
Rocks are made up of cells.
All cells are the same size.
Cells perform the functions of living things.
A cells is the smallest functional and structural unit of all living things.
Which of the following cells will be best able to supply nutrients and water to its cell parts and get rid of wastes?
What can you infer If a cell has a 3:2 surface area-to-volume ratio?
Which of the following is not a main idea of the Modern Cell Theory?
Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts in common. Which of the following pairs of parts would yo find in both types of cells?
What is the role of DNA?
Which of the following is an organelle in a cell?
In science class, Zack observes cells. Each cell has a structure that separates the inside of the cell from the environment. What structure is Zack observing?
Emma knows that multicellular organisms are more complex than unicellular organisms. Which of the following is a characteristic of multicellular organisms?
A compound microscope with an 10 x ocular lens and a 40x objective lens has a magnification of _____.
Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts in common. Which of the following pairs of parts would you find in both types of cells?
What is the role of DNA?
All living things are made of one or more cells. What is true of ALL cells?
Which of the following is not a main idea of the Modern Cell Theory?
What can you infer about a cell that has a surface area-to-volume ratio of 3:2?
Which of the following cells will be best able to supply nutrients and water to its cell parts and get rid of wates?
If the temperature drops from 45 degrees F to 33 degrees F, which state of matter would water be in?
If the temperature is 101 degrees Celsius, which state of matter would water be in?
What do we call the temperature at which a substance begins to turn from a liquid to a gas
What do we call the temperature at which a solid begins to turn to a liquid?
What do we call the amount of atoms contained in a certain space?
Which of the following properties of water will most likely stay the same no matter how many samples of water we have?
Which of the following properties of aluminum can change depending on the sample?
Which of the following will best help a scientist describe a new substance?
How can you increase the solubility of a chocolate bar?
If water reaches 212 degrees F or 100 degrees C, what point have you reached?
If water reaches 32 degrees F or 0 degrees C, what point have you reached.
What is it called when no more solute can be dissolved in a solvent?
If you have two substances to put in a pot of water, how will you know which one is MORE DENSE?
What is the difference between an atom and an element?
In which state of matter are the particles MOST DENSELY packed?
What is the meaning of mono?
What is the meaning of uni?
What is the meaning of bi?
What is the meaning of tri?
What is the meaning of quad?
What is the meaning of quint?
What is the meaning of penta?
What is the meaning of octa?
What is the meaning of deca?
What is the meaning of centi?
What is the meaning of milli?
If Building A is lined with insulation and building B is not. Which is true for the wintertime?
Mom removes a pot of soup off the stove. How does the heat from the stove transfer or move?
Which item heats up quicker?
As an ice cube melts, the particles in the cube
What does a thermometer measure?
The sun warms the air near the ground. The air expands and rises. Cooler air moves in and takes its place. The process repeats and air moves in a circular path. What is this movement of heat called?
Why do you use oven mitts or hot pads to remove pans from the oven?
When you rub your hands together, heat is produced by
Which type of pan will a cake cook faster in?
Metal is a good example of a
Heat moves from the
If you went outside with a white balloon on the top of a white balloon and a black balloon on top of a black bottle. Which balloon would heat up faster and expand quicker?
If the temperature of a pot of water went down 30 degrees after putting a spoon it, we can conclude that the
The continuous circling of the Earth around the Sun.
When the Earth spins in one place on its axis.
One circle around the Sun.
An invisible line running from North to South through the middle of the Earth.
23.5 degree angle of the Earth
Half of the Earth
An invisible line through the Earth from East to West.
Using your 5 senses to learn about an object.
Using numbers and measurements to learn about an object.
Using observations to make an educated guess about an object.
Protective outer covering of the cell that regulates the interaction between the cells and the environment:
Gel-like substance inside of the cell; location of most cell's life processes:
Controls all activities of a cell:
This organelle moves materials around in the cell:
Organelle that packages cellular materials and transports them within the cell or out of the cell:
Stores food and water for the cell
Protects only the plant cell:
Site of cellular respiration:
Animal cells do not have:
DNA is found in the:
What are the three components of Cell Theory?
Scientist that discovered plants were made up of cells:
Scientist that discovered animals were made up of cells:
Scientist that concluded living cells come from other living cells:
Unicellular means:
Multicellular means:
Produces new cells for growth and development that are identical to the parent cell:
The purpose of _______ is to produce reproductive (sex) cells that carry half the genetic material of the parent.
Prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and Telephase are the four steps to:
AN independent city and surrounding area
What is a Direct Democracy?
To be a citizen of this city state you had to be 18, born there, and male
To be a citizen of the city state you had to be 30, male, and born there
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Which of the following is not a potential sign of a chemical change?
How can a chemical change be reversed
Which of the following causes a chemical change
Which of the following results in a mixture
Which tool is best for separating a mixture of sand and water
Which of the following is a physical change
Matter is defined as anything that
The smallest unit of a substance that behaves like the substance is a(n)
The chemical for sulfuric acid is H2SO4. How many atoms are contained in each molecule of sulfuric acid
Which of the following is an example of a gas - liquid
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change
Digesting food is an example of
A substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances is a(n)
You put a spoonful of salt into 1 L of water and stir. The reulting liquid is an example of a(n)
Which of the following is an example of a chemical property
Which of the following is an example of a physical change
Sound is not made of matter because it has
A substance that is made of atoms of more than one type chemically bound together is called a(n)
When two or more pure substances are blended together, the result is a(n)
For any pure substance, the boiling point and melting point will always
When should you wear goggles?
What happens to sugar as it dissolves?
Sand and dirt are examples of--
What happens when you mix salt and pepper with water?
Why is milk a liquid?
What mixture could be separated using a filter?
What happens when you mix oil and water together?
A dry metal plate was placed in a refrigerator for 10 minutes. It was then brought out into the air on a warm day. What do you think happened to the dry metal plate?
Which of the following is not a mixture?
Which of the following is false?
Something found in our natural environment
Origin stories explain
Scientists believe that Early Americans migrated from
The people that migrated were looking for big game. Some examples are:
Adapt means to
Many of these people chose places to settle that
What would the Inuits have used to help them adapt to their environment?
What was the purpose of recording pictographs on buffalo hide?
Early Americans migrated to what continents?
What does migrate mean?
What does the word antonym mean?
Which set of words are antonyms?
What is the antonym of inside?
Which set of words are antonyms?
What is the opposite of happy?
What is the defintion of a homonym?
Which set of words are homonyms?
What is the meaning of the homonym "pen" in the following sentence. May I borrow your "pen"?
Which set of words are homonyms?
What is the meaning of the word "fly" in the following sentence? The "fly" landed on my plate.
Theory is
A convergent boundary is
Plate Tectonic Theory
The Himalayas were formed by a
The Earth's crust is
The lithosphere is made of
The tectonic plates move because of
What is a plate boundary?
A rift valley or deep ocean trench is caused by a
The San Andreas Fault is an example of a
Inductive Reasoning
Conjecture
Counterexample
Isometric Drawing
Foundation Drawing
Orthographic Drawing
Net
Point
Space
Line
What man wrote down the first five books of the Bible?
How many books are in the Bible?
What was the original language of most of the Old Testament?
Who wrote the Bible?
What was Pentacoast?
What was the Silent Period?
In the Great Story the pattern is...
The Rainbow promise is...
The five types of books in the Old Testament are...
The five types of books in the New Testament are...
eu
epi
ad
ante
auto
ab
-blast
duct/o
immun/o
glyc/o
What type of energy is released from the sun to be used by plants?
What type of energy is found in food?
How do plants take in the water they need?
Light energy for the plant to use in making its food is trapped by
During the process of photosynthesis,
Organisms that make their own food are
Consumers that use dead organisms for for energy are
If a mouse was killed and eaten by a snake, how much of the mouse's energy would be passed on to the snake?
The total number of living things in an area is called
Which organisms are the main decomposers?
Answers by Educators Question Database
A relationship that involves one organisms living with, on, or inside another organism and harming it is
A relationship in which both species benefit.
Brooke likes to watch football with her dad. Brooke used to ask questions. Then Brooke's dad would explain parts of the game to her. Now she understands the game better. (What is the main idea?)
The platypus is a strange looking animal. It has a bill like a duck and a flat tail. It also has webbed feet with claws. It is one of the only mammals that lays eggs. (What is the main idea?)
Kelsey collects stickers. She has some stickers that smell. She has some stickers that are glittery. She also has stickers that are very big. All her stickers are in her sticker book. (What is the main idea?)
Allen loves the snow. Where he lives, it snows every winter. Allen has family members who live in a place where it never snows. Allen would never want to live there! (What is the main idea?)
Camels live in the desert. They can go for a week without water. They can also go for more than a month without eating. This makes them able to survive in the desert. (What is the main idea?)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 [76] 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369