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An example of a monosaccharide is -
Enzymes are important because they -
What is a chemical reaction?
What is the chemical formula for water?
What is a substance?
What is the difference between the substances CO and Co?
How many naturally occurring elements are there?
The basic building block of all matter
What is an element?
Three ways that substances can be described?
Why did Mendeleyev change the layout of the elements into rows and columns?
What grade will you probably get if you did not complete your poster?
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Which test did we perform to see if a food had complex carbohydrates such as starch?
Which of the following is a function of Nucleic Acids?
Which of the following macromolecules helps make steroid hormones (testosterone and estrogen)?
What is the test we perform to see if our solution had Simple Carbohydrates?
Which of the following is in the correct order from smallest to largest?
How do we know if a food sample contains nucleic acids?
What are proteins made of?
Deposits of wind-blown dust, called ____________, are valuable resources because they can support the growth of crops.
A ____________ is a ridge of sand underneath the water's surface that is built up by the action of waves and currents.
Trees and shrubs may eventually grow on a ____________, or a long, narrow land formation that forms parallel to a coast.
A ____________ is a mound of sand built up by wind.
The zigzag movement of sand along a beach resulting from waves that wash ashore at an angle is called ____________.
____________ describes the overall direction and movement of waves that strike the shore at an angle.
____________ is the physical or chemical breakdown of rocks.
The process of wearing something down by friction is called ____________.
Ice, plant roots, and moving water can all cause ____________ weathering.
____________ is a process in which layers or sheets of rock gradually break off.
Composition and surface area both affect the ____________ at which a rock breaks down.
A farmer conserves her soil by reducing the number of times she plows. She is practicing
Chemical weathering changes a rock's
Which of the following affects the rate at which a rock weathers?
In a soil profile, most organic material is found in the
Tropical, desert, temperate, and arctic soils all have different characteristics because of their different
Once every few years, a farmer plants bean crops instead of wheat in her fields. The farmer is practicing soil
Acid rain causes chemical weathering by
Which climate type has conditions for the fastest chemical weathering?
A location that supports a lot of plant and animal life will likely have a soil profile with
Which of the following is not true of ATP?
Which of the following is a product of cellular respiration?
Which of the following would speed up photosynthesis?
Which of the following is aerobic?
Which produces the most ATP?
Which does not produce carbon dioxide?
Where does photosynthesis occur in the cell?
Which of the following is a product of photosynthesis?
Which of the following colors of light would be least effective for photosynthesis?
A student places a test tube with an aquatic plant in it in direct sunlight. In 10 minutes the student notices small bubbles forming in the test tube. What are those bubbles made of?
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: The dog has fleas.
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: How are you feeling today?
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: I scored a goal!!
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: Dogs are man's best friend.
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: Wow, marshmallows!
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: Go to the store and get me some eggs.
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: Sit in your chair.
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: We walked all day.
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: Why would you put ketchup on your salad?
Choose the correct sentence type for the following sentence: Who's the fairest of them all?
Select the most appropriate. A child who has been exposed to ongoing domestic violence and who has been sexually abused will experience this type of trauma
This provides the best chance of active brain development for an infant
A CPI has completed a safety plan to prevent removal and thus demonstrated
A child has disclosed sexual abuse during an interview with a CPI. The CPI should
A CPI completes initial contact with the family. The report indicates that the parents are not responding to and feeding the infant in the home. The newborn appears lethargic and has not eaten in over 24 hours. Parents don't see a problem.
A CPI is told that the father is using drugs in the presence of his toddler. However, the father denies this behavior. The CPI should
As indicated in prior reports, a family has an extensive history of drug issues. Upon initial contact to address the inadequate supervision concerns
A mother has limited access to the financial resources in the home. The father has required that she refrain from talking to members of her family because they are negative influences. These are indications of power and control. The CPI should
Which activity would not be included as a pre-commencement activity
CAPTA is
What is defined as the institution through which a society makes and enforces its public policies?
What are the four theories of how states came into being?
What is land with recognized boundaries?
What is an ethnic term referring to races or other large groups of people?
What is defined by having population, territory, sovereignty, and government
What are the methods or tactics involved in managing government and gaining power?
What theory of how states came to be does this describe: One person claimed control of an area and made it submit to their rule?
What theory of how states came to be does this describe: God created the state and gave those of royal birth the opportunity to rule?
What theory of how states came to be does this describe: People are bound to obey their ruler as they would God
What theory on how states came to be is the most significant to the American Political System
In what system of government are powers divided between a central authority and a number of regional political subdivisions?
In what system of government is the central government weak and the state governments strong
In what system of government is the power held by a single, central agency?
In a presidential government the chief executive is called a:
In a parliamentary government the chief executive is called a:
Which of the following is not a point of capitalizm?
Communism was created by what publication
Proletariat are:
Bourgeoisie are:
The practice of selectively choosing media sources which are in harmony with one's own beliefs is known as
Telephone over the internet. Example Skype
software that allows users to communicate in real time
listening or watching movies while downloading but is never stored on your device
programs that are installed in your browser that enable it to play various types of media, such as video. (Quicktime Player)
allows users all over the internet to save and share interesting sites. Examples Pinterest
is the physical network of computers all over the world
wireless internet connection mostly available with mobile devices
webpage that allows anyone to create or edit a webpage
two or more connected computers sharing certain resources in a relatively small geographic location. (Ex: School)
full mesh topology is a network topology in which there is a direct link between all pairs of nodes
internet provided using orbit transmitting info in space (example Directv)
you can subscribe to a series of audio or video files that will automatically be downloaded to your computer
a way to receive updates from your favorite web sites and blogs
internet provided using existing tv cables
the connection between two or more computers
A disturbance that transfers energy from place to place.
A material through which a wave travels
Type of wave that does not need a medium to travel through.
When frequency increases, the wavelength...
The height of a wave from the resting point.
The distance between two waves.
The number of waves passing a point each second.
The highest point on a wave.
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Define culture
Define nomadic
Define artifacts
Describe where the Northwest Coast Native Americans lived.
The homes of the Kwakiutls (Northwest Coast group) were made of
The Native Americans of the California-Intermountain Region lived
Mesas were
The American Indians of the Southwest lived in an area that was/had
Native Americans of the Plateau
Define gorge
!Camina a la puerta!
!Come el helado!
!Jessie se sienta en la mesa!
!Escribe tu nombre!
!Dibuja el gato grande!
!Dibuja la bandera americana!
!Abre el libro rapido!
!Cierra la carpeta!
!El gato come el libro!
!Doctor Wilson camina a CCS!
__________ is the study of the Earth
Western Calendars begin with the year that __________ was born
B.C. means _______________
A.D. means _________________
_______________ is the study of ancient peoples.
_______________ is the land bridge that joined Asia and the Americas.
______________ are people who move from place to place
__________ is a movement of a large number of people into a new homeland.
The first Americans hunted animals such as the _________ and _________.
About 9,000 years ago, people living in present-day Mexico learned to plant and raise a form of corn called _____.
An important attribute
to tolerate rudeness
bizarre appearance
horde of locusts
relevant information
humanitarian efforts
to infest an area
the irony of the situation
an efficient humanoid
a predatory beast
_________ are highly developed societies
___________ is a society ruled by religious leaders
Mayan priests’ interest in astronomy led to the creation of a __________
_________ are pictures or symbols that are used to represent words, sounds, or concepts
The ________ empire grew into a military empire.
Which was the largest of the early civilizations?
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.
Henry the Navigator set up a center for __________.
Vasco de Gama was the first to sail to _________.
The _________ were actually the first to discover North America in the 800’s.
Who paid for Columbus’ trip?
What was NOT one of Columbus' ships?
Who was the first to circumnavigate (sail around) the world?
Spanish explorers were known as the conquistadors
Hernando Cortez conquered the ________ Empire.
Francisco Pizzaro conquered the _________ Empire.
Juan Ponce de Leon was searching for the ______.
While Hernando de Soto was looking for the seven cities of gold, he discovered the _________.
Who was the German priest (Catholic) who opposed the Catholic Church and began the Protestant Reformation?
What two religious beliefs did Europeans bring when they settled in the Americas?
Mercantilism is the belief that a nation’s power was based on wealth (gold, silver, land)
__________ was a more direct water route through the Americas to Asia.
He sailed for the Dutch and England; founded Hudson Bay.
The French wanted to come to North America for _______ and ________.
Which colony disappeared?
Colonists named this colony after their king.
The Jamestown settlers saved their colony by planting ______.
What has a definite shape and a definite volume?
What has a definite volume but not a definite shape?
What has no definite shape or volume, but still takes up space?
A graduated cylinder is used to find
A triple beam balance is used to find
the measure of an objects mass per unit of volume is called
An object with a density less than one will
An object with a density more than one will
meters are used when measuring
grams are used when measuring
Who was the first African American born in the colony?
The Protestants who wanted to reform the Anglican Church were called _____.
Those who wanted to leave and found their own churches were called ______.
Because their journey had a religious purpose, the Separatists called themselves ______.
Because the Pilgrims wanted law and order they wrote the _________.
Who helped the Pilgrims by showing them how to grow food, fish, and hunt?
The Pilgrims and the Indians celebrated the first ________ in the fall of 1621.
The ____________ occurred when 15,000 Protestants moved to Massachusetts.
________ agreed to work without pay for a certain period of time in exchange for passage to America
_______ granted Protestants and Catholics the right to worship freely.
The chemical your body produces in response to a stressor is called adrenaline.
The tiredness that occurs after a stressful situation is called the aftershock.
Illnesses that affect a person's thoughts, feelings and behavior are known as mental disorders.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is an example of an anxiety disorder.
Schitzopherenia means killing oneself on purpose.
When dealing with a mental or emotional problem, it is important to find reliable resources.
When a health care professional suggests that a person go somewhere else for help or information, this is known as therapy.
The influence that people your own age have on you is called nurturing.
Trust is a trait of good friendship.
Friends urging you to come to a party where there might be alcohol is an example of positive peer pressure.
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Which word has the OPPOSITE meaning of the word encounter?
Which word has the OPPOSITE meaning of the word spectacular?
The flower has 6 petals.
The bug is sleeping.
The plant is dead.
My hypothesis was incorrect. This statement can be found in what section of the scientific method?
What is the second step of the scientific method?
Anything that can affect the outcome of the experiement- this is the definition for . . . .
This always stays the same.
Experiment where all of the conditions are kept constant except one.
This is just like the set up, but with one thing changed.
This is a plan that scientist usually follow when conducting an experiment.
In a controlled experiment, what do you call the kind of seed, kind of soil, amount of water and amount of fertilizer?
This is what one is trying to find out and is specific and measureable.
This restates the question and provides an educated guess to the problem.
This section has numbered steps clearly telling how to do the experiment.
The information collected from observations is put in this section.
This section of the lab write up tells whether the hypothesis was supported or not.
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What is General Zaroff's main reason for preferring to hunt humans?
The General is excited Rainsford is there because
Rainsford first realizes that the General plans to hunt him when
Which of the following BEST describes how the General justifies hunting humans?
Why didn't the General kill Rainsford on the first day of the hunt?
When Rainsford can't sleep the night before the General is going to hunt him, this is an example of:
'The Sniper' takes place in
The Sniper shoots the old woman because
When the sniper realizes he has killed his brother at the end of the story, it's called
The theme of The Sniper could best be described as:
Eckels goes on the time travel safari because he wants to
At the beginning of 'Sound of Thunder' what event has just occurred?
The hunters are allowed to kill dinosaurs that have been marked with red paint because those dinosaurs
What leads Eckels off the path?
In 'The Necklace' the narrator suggests that Mathilde's problem is that she:
Mathilde envies the social class and wealth of others because
How much does Mathilde spend on a dress?
What are 3 ways Mathilde's life changed after she lost the necklace?
Which of the following statements BEST summarizes 'The Necklace?'
What type of characterization is the following: 'Instead of being delighted at the invitation, she scornfully threw it on the table...'
Which literary term refers to the main character of the story?
Which literary term refers to the time and location the action of a story takes place?
Which literary term is the turning point of the story?
Which literary term refers to the action or sequence of events in a story?
If the author says Mathilde Loisel is selfish, this is an example of:
Which literary term refers to the feeling a story creates in the reader?
Which literary term refers to the message the author is trying to get across?
Which literary term refers to the ways an author reveals important aspects about the characters of the story?
Which literary term refers to the part of a story in which everything is wrapped up?
Which literary term refers to the problem or struggle that starts the action in a story?
If the author uses the pronoun I in the narration, the author is known to be using
Which literary term refers to an instance where an author gives hints or clues that suggest or prepare for events that occur later?
If the author uses pronouns he/she or they in the narration and tells us the thoughts of one character, the author is using
What literary device is this quote: 'Giant rocks with razor edges crouch like a sea monster with wide open jaws.'
What literary device is the quote: 'The lights became ever-vanishing fireflies...'
Which type of irony is it when the audience knows something the characters do not?
Which type of irony is it when the characters and the audience are surprised by the outcome?
What was the largest city in the Indus River Valley?
The Indus Valley Civilization is what modern day country?
What created natural borders in Northern India?
What created natural borders in Eastern/Western/Southern India?
What were the high winds that impacted the climate in ancient India?
The monsoon winds coming from the Indian Ocean bring
The monsoon winds coming from the north bring
Ancient India developed these to help with getting crops the water they needed.
What was one building in the citadel at Mohenjo-Daro?
What was the first group that invaded the Indus River Valley?
The Aryans made their tools and weapons from
This group started the caste system in Ancient India
The group that conquered the Aryans
Chandragupta had how many war elephants?
Which king was extremely war like?
How did Chandragupta die?
Which king believed in peace and humanity?
What king grew India because of how he cared deeply for his people?
Which is the smallest motherboard version in the ATX standard?
Electrical surges and ESD can cause what kind of failure
The main problem with form factors such as NLX and LPX was their
What determines the type of processor and RAM required for a motherboard
ATX motherboards use a feature called - that allows software to turn power on and off
The form factor provided an insertion slot for what?
What determines the type of case a motherboard needs and provides maximum expansion slots limit?
The motherboard mounts to the case via small connectors called?
As of today, what is the fastest most popular bus in use?
Every device soldered to the motherboard is designed to run at the speed of which component?
What does CHOGGIES have to do with biology?
The H in CHOGGIES stands for Homeostasis. Which of the following is an example of Homeostasis?
Which of the following is in the correct order from smallest to largest?
Which of the following is an example of a community?
What four elements make up the majority of living things?
Which of the following macromolecules is made of sugar subunits?
Which macromolecules is best for LONG TERM energy storage?
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Slavery was banned in the US
A group of people that would best describe who made up the Radical Republicans in Congress would be
The 10% part of Lincoln's Reconstruction plan said, in order for a state to be readmitted:
Lincoln's plan never went into effect because
Which of the following is NOT an example of segregation?
A former slave is
The term for a Notherner who went south
When two groups of people are kept separate
The term for white southern Republican
Person who rented and farmed land
breaks down food into nutrients that the body can use
removes liquid waste from the body and maintains water balance
support system whose bones protect organs, produce red and white blood cells, and work with muscles to produce movement
carries messages to and from the spinal cord and brain and all other parts of the body
carries nutrients, hormones, gases, and cellular wastes throughout the body
provides the body with oxygen and removes carbon dioxide produced as waste
maintains posture and provides motion
fights off pathogens and removes harmful organisms from the blood
covers and protects the body
produces hormones and controls many body activities
The most abundant (biggest amount) gas in the atmosphere is?
Which layer of our atmosphere contains all our weather?
In the troposphere, as altitude increases, air pressure?
Which 2 gases are essential for life to exist on the earth?
High air pressure is usually associated with
The ozone layer is found in which layer of the atmosphere?
The ozone layer is important because
Examples of trace gases are:
The layer of the atmosphere that is almost a perfect vacuum (almost nothing there)
The characteristic that determines that you have left one layer and are entering another is
Some plants do not grow naturally in an area. How can these plants endanger the plants that do grow naturally there?
Why are the effects of a beaver's dam good for some animals but not good for others?
Which statement about carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere refers to global warming?
How can the removal of trees lead to an increased amount of soil washed into the oceans?
What is the main effect of the removal of trees on animals that live in a forest?
Which is a major cause of air pollution?
Which is a characteristic of a tropical rainforest?
All of the following are vertebrates except
Which ecosystem is changed when a beaver builds a dam?
All of the following are characteristics of a tundra except
mouth, stomach, large and small intestine
kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra
bones, cartilage, ligament, joint
lymph nodes, thymus, spleen
lungs, trachea, bronchi, alveoli
skin, hair, nails
blood, blood vessels, heart
pituitary gland, thyroid, adrenal gland
voluntary and involuntary, tendon
central and peripheral
Density has to do with what?
The mineral calcite produces a unique property of ________.
Streak is dependent of what?
The mineral galena cleavs in____ directions.
When studying properties we use all of our 5 senses?
Is it true a mineral can be many different colors?
Which mineral is the softest?
I have a hardness of 4, can be many different colors and may glow under certain conditions. What am i?
Cleavage is a way a mineral _____, while crystal shape is a way a mineral _____.
What mineral reacts with HCl to form CO2 gas?
What is a tall tale?
Folktales are usually _____.
Johnny Appleseed is an example of a ____.
The story about Anansi the spider explains ______.
The Native American folktale was about ____.
The characters in legends are usually _____.
Pecos Bill was an example of a _____.
Folktales are important because they ____.
Johnny Appleseed's real name was ____.
How are legends different from folktales?
What does the word sacred mean?
What does the word behavior mean?
What does astonished mean?
What is a procession?
What does distribution mean?
What is gratitude?
What does recommend mean?
What is a benefactor?
What word is a synonym for gratitude?
What is a synonym for sacred?
Why did Hsiang-ling's servant begin to cry?
Which happened first?
Mrs. Hsueh states,
Why did Hsiang-ling give the Ch'i-lin Purse to a stranger?
What happened after Hsiang-ling gave her porridge away?
What is the story's theme?
How did Hsiang-ling change from the beginning of the story to the end?
How were Hsiang-ling and the boy she took care of alike?
Why did Mrs. Lu keep changing the seating arrangement when she was talking to Hsiang-ling?
The author most likely wrote this selection to
The Hawaiian islands formed over:
Plates moving apart is an example of what kind of boundary:
Scientists believe that the Earth is how old
Who proposed the theory of continental drift?
Which of the following is not an example of one of Earth's four layers
A dinosaur footprint is an example of which kind of fossil:
In an undisturbed rock layer, the rocks at the top:
If a scientists wanted to study insect fossils, where would he look
Fossils are so uncommon because:
Which of the following is an example of a mold and cast fossil?
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Low Pressure
Cold Front
Warm Front
Humidity
Clouds
Cumulus Clouds
Wind Vane
Weather
Air Mass
Meteorologist
Anemometer
Meterology
Continent
Ocean
Parallels of Latitude
Meridians of Longitude
Canal
Tributary
Plain
Plateau
Peninsula
Elevation
Relief
Region
Harbor
Mountain Range
Erosion
Basin
Fertile
Glacier
Tundra
Interact
Immigrant
Port
Inlet
River System
Gateway
Environment
Natural Resource
Rural
Urban
Frontier
Industry
Land Use
Crossroads
Location
Geography
Eurasia
Equator
Prime Meridian
Absolute location
Geographic Features
What is the limited number of items that are imported into a county?
What is the income a business makes form the sale of goods and services?
What is the commit of money or capital to gain financial return?
Things that are man-made that we use to help us work are called ______.
Someone who has an idea for a good or service and produces it is called a(n) _____.
People working to produce goods ans services are called ________.
What means to make current?
What means to put together?
When you set up something it is ___________.
What is to make something?
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Which of these could be observed using the sense of sight?
During an investigation, which of the following should only a teacher do?
Which is safe to taste during an experiment?
What is the purpose of wearing a lab apron?
You are about to conduct a science investigation. What should you do first?
Suppose you notice that a glass table feels mooth. Which term best describes this statement?
Which of these is used to make a qualitative observation?
Which tool would you use to observe and describe the shpae of the wings of a fly?
Which of these is NOT something you can use a magnifier to do?
Which tool should you use to measure the length around a ball?
Which tool should you use to measure the volume?
12. Which would BEST be measured with a stopwatch?
Which is a quantitative observation?
Which question could be answered with qualitative observations?
Carlos wants to measure the volume of a rock he found on the beach. Which of the following is the BEST way to do this?
We use observations AND our background knowledge (what we know) to form what?
Which of the following is NOT an observation of an orange?
During the night, Steve was awakened by a thunderstorm. Walking to school the next day, he saw a large tree blocking the street. The best inference that he could make is that the tree was:
Recently, Betty heard sirens roaring on a nearby street. The next day when she went to school she saw a house covered with wide black spots and smoke. Which is the most reasonable inference she could make?
Anna rolled a ten-pound bowling ball over the difference surfaces—gravel, pebbles, grass, and sand. She then measured the distance each ball rolled. Which of these was a controlled variable in Anna’s experiment?
steep
the scattered remains of something
a group of people who have a common family ancestor
very unusual and impressive
a person who specializes in the study of things in nature, especially animals and plants
to show a sign; to point something
use special force or stress when saying a particular word or syllable
an unexpected meeting
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How did the Native Americans of the Southwest adapt to their environment by using available materials to build their home?
The Pomo Indians used clamshells as
In the Plateau region there wasn't much rain. Where did the Native Americans get water for their use?
How did the Sioux Indians use the buffalo for survival?
What resource was plentiful in the Eastern Woodlands?
In the Southeast there was tall and sharp grass. How did the Native Americans adjust to this?
Which group of Native Americans made totem poles out of trees?
How did the League of Iroquois agree to get along together?
The Indians of the Eastern Woodlands made
Why did the American Indians of the Southeast build their homes on wooden platforms with no walls?
The SI unit of power is
The end of a lever that you push down is the
Which below is NOT a simple machine?
Which below is NOT an example of work being done?
Which below does the MOST work
You set up a block and tackle pulley system that supports a 200 N weight and consists of 2 pulleys with 3 rope sections supporting the weight. The IMA of the pulley is
You push a box 15 meters in 4 seconds using 25 N of force. The power exerted is
1 kilowatt = ?
A machine with an AMA of 6 ...
The person who coined the term
The state of matter in which the molecules are moving fast and cause collisions.
The state of matter in which molecules slide and glide past each other.
State of matter in which the particles are electrically charged.
The state of matter in which molecules vibrate in a fixed position.
A liquid's resistance change is called:
The change of state from a solid directly to a gas without a liquid phase.
Density is an example of a _________________property.
Flammability is an example of a ________________property.
Cheese melting on a hamburger is an example of a ___________change.
The change of state of a liquid to a gas that takes place below the surface is:
Which statement correctly describes the difference between paramecia and amoebas in terms of how they move?
What name is given to an organism that is infected with and can transmit a disease-causing microbe to another living thing, even though it shows no symptoms of disease?
Why are viruses not considered living things?
Which of the following structures is found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
Why do researchers need to constantly develop new types of antibiotics?
Which describes how Volvox differ from most other protists?
Which protist uses extensions of cytoplasm called pseudopods for movement?
What do viruses have in common with bacteria?
Which organisms are examples of prokaryotes?
Which microbe has three basic shapes known as bacillus, spirillum, and coccus?
How are air masses described?
How does air move in high and low pressure systems?
High pressure systems are associated with what type of weather?
What best describes a cold front?
What type of pressure system are associated with occluded fronts?
How do storms develop?
How are thunderstorms related to tornadoes and hurricanes?
What are the factors that affect climate?
What factors affect temperature?
What is the Coriolis Force?
How many quarters of an inch are in 1 inch?
How many inches are in one foot?
Which one of these numbers means the same thing as 2/4?
1" means the same as?
4/4 is the same as?
How many inches are in 1 yard?
1/2"+3/4"+1/4"=
How is three and one quarter inch is written in numbers as:
6/8 is the same as?
14/8 is equal to?
Which of the following examples is the BEST example of population?
An organism's way of life
Flowering plants and their pollinators are species that have
Which species have the highest reproductive potential?
Why did population size double between 1880 and 1930?
During this stage of demographic transition, birth rates drop and population size bgin to decrease.
Why is thick fur on a deer an adaptation and NOT co-evolution?
Is a cow in a pasture a parasite?
Is it considered symbiotic when a fox hunts and eats a rat?
Death rates
Wagon
Torche
To reveal
As far as the eye can see
To Show Off
To weigh
Beware of
Cliff
Narrow
Stage Fright
Avoir ->
Etre ->
Aller ->
Faire ->
Venir ->
Voir ->
Devoir ->
Vouloir
I would pink number 1!
This time I'd pick 2
3+3=
3x5=
24/12=
25-6=
12+11=
18/6=
7-2=
7X4=
16-10=
34+22=
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The toy robot was twisted and bent out of shape it was
Chris went to the ATM to get money for a new Under Armor hoodie, but sadly he did not have any money left. His funds were
The old house is caving in. Just the other day the archaic roof fell in. The house is
Just look at Muscleman and Rigby, they disagree about what they all we eat on Friday night.
_______________________ is one way to earn interest.
___________ is one way to increase your income.
Every budget should ___________
Which is NOT true about our economy?
Jason sells lemonade. If the cost of lemons goes up and he doesn't raise the price of his lemonade, _____________.
A business could ________________ to make more money.
________________ is one expense a business does NOT have.
Katy made a _________ to plan how to save and spend her money.
After Eric paid the bills and employees, he still had a $300
A ________________ is someone who pays for goods and services.
Getting your hair cut is a ____________
Games from a garage sale are ___________.
Fish from a pet store are ______________.
You are offering _________ if you are hired to cut someone's lawn.
You buy _______________ when you visit the doctor for a checkup.
You are buying _____________ when you buy flowers from a florist.
If you pay your sister $5 to clean your messy room, you are paying for _______.
If your brother sells you his old baseball mitt for $2 you are paying for ______.
A ___________ pays for goods or services.
A _________ offers goods or services for sale.
These are the three categories of caregiver protective capacities
The following is not a domain category
A forensic interview is completed by
You should avoid these type of questions when interviewing children
When gathering information about child functioning you should consider
Sufficient information collection
When you have a case involving an unsafe child
The following is not an information collection competency
It is important to understand
Safety plans include
supports the body tube and is used to carry the microscope
supports the microscope
moves the stage up and down for focusing
controls/regulates the amount of light that enters the stage on the specimen
contains the ocular lens
moves slightly and used to sharpen the image of the object you are viewing
objective that provides the greatest amount of magnification; usually 40x
projects light upwards through the diaphragm, the specimen, and the lenses
objective that provides the least amount of magnification; usually 4 x
holds the high-and low-power objectives; rotates to change magnification
the object you are viewing
supports the microscope slide for viewing
these hold the microscope slides in place; located on the stage
What was Joshua's job before he became the leader of the Israelites?
What did the Lord promise Joshua that He would do when the Israelites entered Canaan?
Why did the Lord want Joshua to be strong and courageous?
What did the Lord tell Joshua he needed to do to be successful?
What did God say Joshua should meditate on day and night?
What did the Lord tell Joshua not to be?
How were the officers to deliver Joshua's orders?
Who was supposed to tell the people to prepare to cross the Jordan River?
What would happen in three days from when the Lord spoke to Joshua?
What tribes lived east of the Jordan River?
While the fighting men were away, who would stay in the land east of the Jordan River?
Why were the fighting men of the tribes east of the Jordan going to cross the river?
How did the officers respond to Joshua's instructions?
What did the officers say they would do to anyone who did not obey Joshua's words?
Finish this verse: Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be...
What are clues or hints about something that is going to happen later in the story.
What is a conclusion based on evidence?
What is the one thought expressed in a sentence?
What is the feeling a reader gets from reading a story?
What is the sequence of events in a story?
What is the perspective from which a story is told?
What is a syllable in front of a root word?
What is the main character in a story called?
What is a sentence that is too long and should be broken into two or more sentences?
What is a phrase that is like a sentence but is incomplete ?
What is the environment in which a story takes places?
What is the opponent or enemy of the main character called?
What is the intention of a writer's work?
How does an author reveal a character's personality?
What is the point in a story where the conflict reaches its greatest intensity and is then solved?
What is the struggle between opposing forces called?
What are hints from the author that help define a difficult or unusual word?
What is the conversation between characters called?
What type of sentence introduces a dependent clause with words such as: although, while, because, therefore.
What type of sentence is formed by joining two or more simple sentences with conjuctions, such as: and, or, but, nor, yet.
Water Cycle
Water Vapor
Evaporation
Condensation
Precipitation
Thermometer
Rain Gauge
Barometer
Fog
Weather Map
Front
Weather Symbols
Nimbus Clouds
Cirrus clouds
Stratus Clouds
Climate
Temperature
High Pressure
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The heavier a particle, the _______________ it moves
What determines the speed of atoms and molecules of a particular substance
Archimedes' principle states that the buoyant force on an _______________ is equal to the weight of the displaced volume of liquid
The resistance of a fluid to flow is referred to as
Which state of matter will hold its shape without a container
The kinetic theory states that the higher the temperature, the faster the
The change of a substance from a solid directly to a gas is called
Evaporation refers to the change of state from a
Ice floats in water because
Boyle's law relates the pressure of a gas to its
Gay Lussac's Law relates the temperature of a gas to its
Pressure is calculated by dividing the force by the_________________ over which the force is exerted
Buoyant force is the ______________ force exerted on an object immersed or floating in a liquid
As the temperature of a fixed amount of gas at constant volume decreases,its pressure
According to the kinetic theory of matter, which of the followings statements is true about matter
The measure of the average kinetic energy is an object is called
All matter is made of atoms and molecules that are
According to the law of conservation of energy
When ice melts to form liquid, energy is _____________
The temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a solid is called
The engine of a car is left running for a long time
A substance changes from a liquid to a gas during evaporation because
What happens to the particles of a substance when it condenses
The notion that an object floats if the buoyant force on the object is equal to the objects weight was
The ability of an object to float on a fluid is influenced by the
Force divided by the area over which the force is exerted is the calculation for
A measure of the resistance to flow of a fluid is
As the pressure of a moving liquid increases, its speed
Bernoulli's principle describes the property of a
Boyles Law relates the pressure of a gas to its
Charles Law relates the volume of a gas to its
The gas law relating the temperature and pressure of a gas is
As the temperature of a gas at constant volume decreases, its pressure
Gases are unique in comparison to solids and liquids because they
As the pressure of a gas at constant temperature decreases, its volume
What law is illustrated by the equation P1V1=P2V2
Why does the volume of a gas decrease when the pressure increases?
The process of a liquid becoming a gas is called
The process of a liquid becoming a solid is called
What method for determining buoyant force states that the buoyant force on an object in a fluid is an upward force equal to the weight of the fluid that the object displaces
How does the density of an object that sinks into a fluid compare to the density of the fluid
Unlike a gas, a plasma
Charles Law relates the volume of a gas to its
When a fixed sample of gas increases in temperature it must also
A gas becomes a liquid through a process called
The force keeping an object floating on a liquid is called
Pascal principle states that a fluid in equilibrium enclosed by a vessel exerts pressure
Unlike plasma,gas
Boyles Law relates the volume of gas to its
When a fixed sample of gas increases in volume it must also
A person in a head-on collision who is not wearing a seat belt continues to move forward at the original speed of the car because of ____.
Newton\'s 1st law of motion states that an object stays at rest unless a(n) ___ acts on it.
Which one of the following objects has the greatest inertia?
A force is which one of these?
Force is measured in which units?
____ is done only when an object moves in the direction of the applied force.
A force is exerted on a box and an equal and opposite force is exerted by the box. What explains this?
A(n) ___ is a rod or plank that pivots about a fixed point.
John is pushing a table forward. Erin pushes the table in the opposite direction and the table stops moving. What amount of force is Erin pushing the table with?
According to Newton\'s second law of motion, ____.
The harder you pedal a bicycle, the faster it will go. What explains this?
A hockey puck will slide across ice for a long time when hit. What explains this?
The main reason a person can jump off the ground.
Your front teeth are an example of this simple machine.
A cord on a widow blind is an example of this simple machine.
A sloped surface, sometimes called a ramp, that allows you to lift a heavy load using less force over a greater distance is a(n) ___.
The resistance of motion between two objects that are in contact with each other.
The more ____ an object has, the greater its inertia.
______ equals force times distance.
Which best relates the force exerted by the effort and the force exerted by the resistance in a 2nd class lever?
L'impératif sert à ...
Comment on conjuge l'impératif?
Est-ce qu'on utilise les pronoms à l'impératif?
L'impératif se conjugue à 3 personnes seulement:
Avec les verbes qui terminent en -ER...
Le verbe être est une exception...il se conjugue de la manière suivante:
Le verbe SAVOIR se conjugue d'une autre manière:
Le verbe AVOIR se conjuguent ainsi:
L'impératif avec les verbes pronominaux
L'impératif n'a jamais de forme négative
This part controls the amount of light passing through to the slide.
Parts you must hold on to when carrying the microscope.
Part that you look through, also called the eyepiece.
Used to focus the image.
Used to bring the specimen into view, but never used on high magnification.
Different powers of magnification.
Where you place the slide.
The part that turns and holds the objective lenses.
The magnification of the ocular lens.
The total magnification of the ocular lens and the lowest power objective.
What is denaturing?
What 2 things can denature an enzyme?
Enzymes are specific. What does this mean?
Are enzymes reusable?
Enzymes help you digest food.
The reactant of an enzymatic reaction is
When the enzyme combines with a substance, what is produced?
Where does the substrate fit into the enzyme? At the...
What are enzymes?
Enzymes work by
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How many ASE tests must be passed to qualify for certified master automobile technician status?
Which organelle is the powerhouse of the cell
What organelle produces proteins?
Which organelle is responsible for things coming into and out of the cell?
What group of biomolecules do enzymes belong to?
Which of the following is common to both prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
What is the probable use of a flagella?
Which of the following is used for storage and support in a plant cell?
A student looks at a cell that has a ribosome and circular DNA it is probably
Adults have stem cells that can be transplanted found
All bacteria are
What was the name of the Faun creature?
What did Edmund say about the wardrobe when he and Lucy got back?
What item of furniture led to the magical land?
Why did the children go to the country?
Who was Mrs. Mcready?
What fell out of the wardrobe when the door was opened?
Who was the youngest sister?
Why was Mr. Tumnus crying
Why did Lucy go into the wardrobe?
Who was making fun of Lucy?
The process of changing focus while a camera is hot is called ___________.
The ___________ indicates the size of the ___, which creates the size of the ______.
The camera shot of an entire basketball team is a ________ shot.
The number of lighting instruments used in a shot determines the depth of field.
The rule of thirds requires that the most important object in a shot be in the center of a tic tac toe grid imposed on the camera view finder.
A high angle shot is achieved when the camera is positioned higher than the subject in the shot and is tilted to look down on the subject.
Pedestal is a studio camera mount as well as a camera movement.
Activating the macro circuit while pointing the camera at a white object teaches the camera how to replicate colors accurately.
The space in front of the talent in a shot, between the talent's nose and the edge of the frame, is called ______.
Moving the camera toward the set is called _________.
A characteristic of a substance that does not involve a chemical change, such as density, color, or hardness.
A property of matter that describes a substance’s ability to participate in chemical reactions.
The 5 senses can be used to make observations.
Uses Numbers to measure, count, etc.
The process by which an unstable nucleus gives off nuclear radiation.
The temperature at which the change of a liquid to a vapor, or gas.
The temperature at which the change from a solid to a liquid occurs
A measure of the amount of matter in an object.
A measure of the size of a body or region in three-dimensional space.
The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume of the substance.
Can be hammered into thin sheets (example: Aluminum foil)
Can be stretched into thin wires (examples: copper wire; jewelry)
A change that occurs when one or more substances change into entirely new substances with different properties.
A change of matter from one form to another without a change in chemical property.
A force of attraction between objects that is due to their masses.
A measure of the gravitational forces exerted on an object.
The tendency of an object to resist being moved or, if the object is moving, to resist a change in speed or direction until an outside force acts on the object.
What happens to an object when it is placed in a less dense liquid or gas?
An object seems to lose weight when it is placed underwater because of the
When moving from a solid to a gas, the particles move about at a __________ pace.
You can use a graduated cylinder to find the _____ of a solid by measuring the amount the water goes up.
All matter in the world is made of
The number of ____ in an atom tells us what element it is.
All elements have ____ properties
The number of _____ an element has affects its chemical properties.
Where are the electrons, protons, and neutrons in relation to the nucleus?
Could water be an element if it can be broken down into two simpler gases?
Timothy thought Stew Cat was bad luck or a ___
Which of the following were available for them to eat on the island?
How did Timothy and Phillip keep track of the days?
Why was there a break in the middle of the storm?
What was the most important thing Timothy did for Phillip?
How did they get freshwater to drink?
Timothy was intelligent even though he had gone to school because ___
From what illness did Timothy suffer?
Why would Phillip's mother possibly not recognize him if he were rescued?
Why did Phillip like the rain?
When a Protestant group broke away from the Catholic Church, it became a religious
Those who believe in (blank) think that God has already decided who will be saved.
The northern Renaissance began in the thriving trading region of
One way that Renaissance artists reflected the new ideas of humanism was by painting
The city of Geneva became a model of Protestant morality under its learder
As a result of the Peace of Augsburg in 1555
What common subject of the northern Renaissance did Albrecht Durer's engravings portray?
The pope set up the Council of Trent to
One way that Renaissance artists reflected the new ideas of humanism was by painting
Anabaptists believed that infants should not be baptized because
Geography is...
Artifacts are...
History is...
Oral history is...
Community is...
A monument is...
Ancestors are...
Historical markers are...
Transportation is...
An historical source is...
Storm that means down
Deserving to be treated with disgust, despised
accusations against someone, place down judgement upon
to destroy
weakened by old age
to screamed the supply of
the stem that means away
to disturb or trouble greatly in mind
to twist out of shape, to give a false meaning to
an argument
To scatter, go away in different directions
To prove false
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When atoms join together, they make __________.
____________ is the energy of moving particles
The transfer of energy between particles is called _______.
As temperature increases, ____________.
Solids whose particles are not in a repeating geometric shape are considered ______________.
When a gas becomes a liquid, particles must ____________.
When a liquid becomes a gas, kinetic energy ____________
The freezing point is a ____________ at which freezing happens.
When particles of a solid are arranged in neat and orderly patterns, they are said to be ___________.
The motion of moving particles is __________.
Label the following parts:
Enzymes are
What is another name for an enzyme?
What is the enzyme that breaks down hydrogen peroxide?
What is the enzyme that breaks down fats or oils?
What is the enzyme that breaks down proteins?
What is the enzyme that breaks down starches?
What biomolecule is an enzyme
Which enzyme works best in a strong acid solution?
What can denature an enzyme?
Mixtures are not physically combined.
The solute is __________.
All mixtures are made the same way
What the solute is mixed into is called the ________.
A solution is a type of mixture that looks __________.
A solution is ________.
Mixtures that have large particles throughout that eventually settle to the bottom are classified as _____.
A __________ is a type of mixture that may look the same throughout, but it has particles that are scattered everywhere. These particles never settle out.
If I want to boil a substance in order to separate its parts, this process is called _________.
Smoke is an example of ______.
387+96= _________- 4
455 - 99= 456 - _______
Tony sells 7,359 gallons of gasoline. What is this volume rounded to the nearest hundred?
Which is a reasonable estimate of the difference between 8,446 and 2,312.
Add mentally: 62+27
subtract mentally: 53-11
Use Front End estimation: 632+421
Estimate to solve: Paul has 72 cards. He gives away 59 cards. About how many cards does he have left?
Use estimation to solve: Rick has $99. He saves another $46. About how much money does he have now?
The _____________ in a number is the digit with the greatest place value.
Where are the ribsomes made?
What do the centrioles do?
Where are proteins made?
The genetic material in a non-dividing cell is called___
Which organelle packages and ships proteins
Where are all the organelles located?
The rough ER is rough because it is covered in
Which organelle is found only in plant cells
Which organelle contains digestive enzymes
What pigment traps the suns energy to make food?
What are the folds in the inner membrane of the mitochondria called?
What is the process in which sunlight is converted in food?
What is the outer most layer of a plant cell?
Microtubules and Microfiliments both make up the ___
Where is the genetic material found inside a cell
Which organelle converts food into energy
Nutrients are digested by the cell here.
What are the large fluid-filled sacs found in plant cells?
Which organelles controls all the activities of the cell?
What type of energy does the mitochondria make?
The numerator and denominator of each conversion factor are ____________ to each other
We always use the form of the conversion factore that has the unit of the ________ in the denominator.
205 km is equivalent to ______ m
True or false: In converting between units, it is never necessary to use more than one conversion factor.
The desired unit should be in the numerator of a conversion factor.
In a multistep problem, each conversion factor is written so that the unit in the denominator cancels the unit in the denominator of the previous factor.
When converting complex units, you should check that the units cancel, the conversion factors are correct and the answer has the correct units.
Conversions are easier with practice
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