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Mass cannot be created or destroyed. The mass of the reactants is the same as or equal to the mass of the product.
The Bohr Model
The Electron Dot Diagram
The atomic mass
A chemical reaction where atoms steal an electron is
A physical change
A substance that contains two or more elements
A vertical column in the periodic table of the chemical elements. There are 18 of them.
Elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number as you go from left to right across the table
The outermost shell of an atom
Surface tension is a ___________.
Particles of a liquid have a __________ attraction.
A substance must ___________ in order to change from a gas to a liquid.
A substance must ____________ in order to change from a solid to a liquid.
Particles of a gas lose energy when they come in contact with a __________ surface.
As temperature decreases, _____________ also decreases.
Why do gas particles easily mix with other gas particles?
Vaporization is when ________.
Is helium a fluid?
The attraction between gas particles _________.
What is particles of a fluid move from high to low concentrations, it is called ___________.
An amount of force within a given area is __________.
If there is a water pumping station down the block and they decide to increase the water pressure, who would feel the greatest increase?
The amount of matter within a given space is called _________.
If an object's density is less than the fluid it is surrouding, it will ______________.
Is oxygen a fluid?
Who came up with a theory about pressure?
Who came up with a theory about buoyancy?
If the weight of the water that an object displaces is greater than the gravitational force pulling it downward, the object will ____.
If the amount of particles decreases within an enclosed space, the overall pressure will _________.
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What is to create an unpleasant or hostile situation by uninvited and unwelcomed verbal or physical conduct?
Who are people who intervene and stop inappropriate behavior?
Who is someone who has the power to report and stop the behavior but does not do anything to stop it?
This is basically everything on the internet that is about you!
This is a rule that makes you mindful of your digital footprint. Like being comfortable haveing a parent check your photos, videos or posts.
The following are Guidelines for Online Citizenship except...
Staying safe online includes...
The following are actions you should take with Online Bullies except...
General Rules for online behaviour include the following...
Cell membranes are constructed mainly of
The concentration of a solution is the
The function of the cell membrane is to
The process of moving particles across a selectively permeable membrane from areas of high concentration to low concentration is
The movement of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called
Facilitated diffusion involves the movement of particles through
Facilitated diffusion requires energy.
If a solution outside a cell has a higher concentration of solute than inside the cell, it is said to be
An example of active transport is
If a cell swells when placed in a solution, then relative to the cell the solution is
This raises and lowers the presser foot
This holds the spool of thread during stitching
This controls the tightness and looseness of the thread
This is a small flat spool that holds the bottom thread
This holds the fabric firmly in place while you sew
This is a tooth-like surface that moves the fabric while you stitch.
This controls the starting, stopping, and speed of the machine.
These hold the upper thread in places as it moves through the machine
This is a finishing technique of folding the fabric under and stitching
This is created when you sew two pieces of fabric together.
This is the area between the seam line and the edge of fabric
This is stitching over a line to a 1/2 inch to hold threads in place
This side of the fabric is bright, pretty, the outside of your finished project
This side of fabric is dull, ugly, the inside of your finish project
This edge of fabric is tightly woven and will not come undone
This edge of fabric has been cut and will unravel easily
Slaves who arrived in 1700 would most likely work with which crop?
The Gullah people in South Carolina and Georgia are known for
In the colonial era, South Carolina's governor
Triangular Trade involved
After years as a Proprietary Colony, South Carolina felt they were being ignored so they petitioned the king to allow them to become a __________ colony
The Regulators in colonial South Carolina
Slaves from the west coast of Africa were vital to South Carolina because
Who introduced indigo to South Carolina?
Some of the first slaves in South Carolina were brought to Charles Town by sugar planters from
The Stone Rebellion is best described as
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One sentence telling what the whole text is about
Events in the story
Time and place of a story
Author's message to the reader
Giving non-human objects human characteristics
A comparison between two unlike things using like or as
Tell in your own words
Atmosphere of the story
Narrator is in the story
Narrator is not in the story
Feeling created in a story
revealing the personality of a character
visually descriptive language
language that can not be taken literally
hints to events that occur later in the plot
something strange or funny because it is the opposite of what you expect
Which of the following is not a typical speacialized technician
A_____ is an individual who starts a business
What is a cooperative training program?
A_____ specialist that will do grease jobs?
What is an Apprentice?
What is a master technician
Approximately how many people are employed in the automotive field?
A technician who is an expert in one area of automotive repair is called a(n) ____.
The service manager reports to the shop supervisor in most repair organizations.
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What is the term used to describe the energy needed to get a reaction started?
A substance that accelerates the rate of a chemical reaction is called?
Which of the following statements about enzymes is NOT true?
Enzymes affect the reactions in living cells by lowering the
What determines the function of a protein?
Substances that result from a chemical reaction.
denatures a protein by adding heating
What part of the reaction is the reactants?
What part of the reaction is the activation energy?
What is produced when hydrogen peroxide and catalase meet?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
How can you tell a chemical change has taken place when silver tarnishes?
What happens when the bonds between molecules break down or form?
What is it called when a substance changes to a different type of matter with different properties from those of the original substance?
Which of the following is an example of combustion?
Which of the following is NOT evidence that a chemical change has taken place?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
What is true of a physical change?
Which of the following is NOT a chemical change?
Which of the following is NOT a physical change
How many elements occur naturally on Earth?
Atoms contain all of the following, except...
Electrically charged atoms are called ________.
Two substances mixed together can form any of the following EXCEPT ________.
Enzymes are a kind of ________ that speed up chemical reactions without being changed.
Molecules move into and out of a cell through the ________.
The net movement of molecules from an area where there are many to an area where there are few is called ________.
Osmosis is the diffusion of ________ through a cell membrane in order to establish an equilibrium of solutes.
Of the following, which is NOT a method of transporting materials into a cell?
________ is the total of all chemical activities of an organism that enable it to stay alive, grow, and reproduce.
All green plants that make their own food are ________.
Of the following, which is NOT a product of cellular respiration?
Which of the following statements about photosynthesis is correct?
Of the following, which is an example of an inorganic compound?
Matter exists in the form of small units called ________.
The human body is composed primarily of which of these elements?
Atoms of elements combine chemically to form new substances called ________.
Fermentation is a form of respiration that converts ________.
_________ requires energy to move materials through a cell membrane.
Some protein molecules and bacteria must enter cells through the process called endocytosis because ________.
Who was the first person to identify and see cells?
The thin, flexible barrier around a cell is called the
Prokaryotes lack
Which of the following contains a nucleus?
The main function of the cell wall is to
Which of the following is a function of the nucleus?
Which of the following is a function of the cytoskeleton?
Which of the following is an organelle found in the cytoplasm?
Which organelle would you expect to find in plant cells?
Which of the following structures serves as the cell's boundary from its environment?
Diffusion is the movement of particles from
The diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called
Which term refers to cells having different tasks in an organism?
Which of the following is an example of an organ?
A group of similar cells that perform a particular function is called a(an)
Eukaryotes contain structures that act as if they are specialized organs. Theses structures are called
Molecules tend to move from an area where they are more concentrated to an area where they are less concentrated. This process is called
The cells in a multicellular organism have specific jobs. This is called cell
The levels of organization in a multicellular organism are cells, tissues, _________, and organ systems.
Which statement is NOT part of the cell theory.
What instrument was John learning to play?
Why did John\'s parents think he got red spots on his nose?
John walked a different way to Susan\'s house, what did he find?
What was unusual about the coin?
What did John buy with the coin?
How did the chocolate taste?
What discovery did John make when he brushed his teeth?
Mrs. Midas cooked eggs, bacon, and toast for breakfast; what did it taste like to John?
What happened to John's thumb on his glove?
John's friend Spider saw what happened and he wanted to try it out. What did the glove taste like to Spider?
What did Susan want John to do with the coin to prove it was real?
While taking a test, John chewed on his pencil. What happened when he started to write with the pencil.
How did Miss Plimsole react when John told her the story?
What did John wish for as he waited in line for his lunch.
How did the thought of chocolate pie make John feel today?
At band practice the orchestra were having their first joint rehearsal. What happened as John started to play?
How did Mrs. Quaver, the band teacher, feel?
What did John do?
How did John feel as he walked home?
What happened at Susan's birthday when John bobbed for an apple?
Mr. Midas bumped into his dad on his way home from the party. What did he tell him?
When Mr. Midas took John to the candy store, what did they find?
Where did Mr. Midas take John after taking him to find the candy store?
What happened as Dr. Cranium gave John a spoonful of elixir?
What was Dr. Cranium's reaction to the spoon turning into chocolate?
What happened to Mrs. Midas when John kissed her?
Where did John go after his mom turned into chocolate?
What did the storekeeper tell John to do before he would help him?
Only ________ people can see the money that John found.
After everything was turned back to normal, John went back to the store to say thank-you. What did he find?
The innermost layer of the meninges is the:
All of the following are true of cerebrospinal fluid except ___.
The cerebellum performs all of the following functions except ___.
The part of the cerebrum associated with anger, fear, and sorrow is/are the:
The part of the brain that can influence the release of hormones or the endocrine system is the:
The vital centers for the control of heartbeat, respiration, and blood vessle diameter are located in the ____.
An injury to the cerebrum might result in:
Damage to this part of the diencephalon might effect your sleeping patterns.
Which is true of the dorsal nerve root of the spinal cord?
Which of the following statements is true of the spinal cord?
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1. What is the first law of Newton?
What is the second law of Newton?
What is the third law of newton?
What is the Law of Conservation of energy?
Which of the following represents a type of energy that has motion?
Which of the following represents a type of energy that is stored and has to do with height?
Which of the following is the formula for potential energy?
What does total energy equal to?
Which of the following if the force that attracts a body toward the center of the earth, or toward any other physical body having mass?
Which of the following is inertia?
Equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions
Forces that produce a non-zero net force, which changes an object motion
What would be the net force of an object with a mass of 50kg?
What would be the mass of an object with 490N of force?
What is the unit for force?
What is the unit for energy?
What is the velocity of an object that has 490J of kinetic energy and a mass of 50kg?
What is the height of an object that has 500J potential energy and a mass of 20kg?
The word absolve means...
Th word adamant means...
The word amiable means...
The word amoral means...
The word animosity means...
The word antagonist means...
The word eccentric means...
The word encounter means...
The word epitome means...
The word malign means...
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8x-2= -9+7x
a+5= -5a+5
5p-14=8p+4
p-4= -9+p
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2(4x-3)-8= 4+ 2x
3n-5= -8(6+5n)
-5(1-5x) +5(-8x-2) = -4x-8x
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Which geographic factor was most important to the development of the early river valley civilizations?
One reason for the development of an early civilization in the Tigris-Euphrates river valleys was that
The ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia and Egypt were similar in that both cultures
The early civilizations of the Nile River Valley, Mesopotamia, and the Yellow River Valley were similar because they were
At the beginning of the Neolithic Revolution, the most direct impact of - • Planting wheat and barley • Domesticating animals • Establishing permanent homes and villages was on
Which geographic factor had a major influence on the development of both Egyptian and Babylonian civilization
Which statement most accurately describes how geography affected the growth of the ancient civilizations of Egypt and Mesopotamia?
During which period did the domestication of animals and growing of crops first occur?
What was an important result of the Neolithic Revolution?
The development of early civilizations usually depended on
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What are mass email messages that are sent in an attempt to force the message on people who would not otherwise choose to receive it?
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The brainstem does not include the:
The corpus callosum connects the:
The cauda equine:
If the ventral nerve root of a spinal nerve were destroyed, a person would lose:
The spinal cord tapers off at what point in the body?
Number 54 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
Number 53 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
Number 60 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
Number 55 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
Number 51 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
Efferent nerves of fibers carry what type of information?
The spinal nerves are connected to the spinal cord and consist of:
Damage to the ___ nerve could make the diaphragm unable to function.
Which of the following would not be an effector (target) of the autonomic nervous system?
Which of the following is not an example of parasympathetic responses?
"Fight or Flight" physiological changes include all of the following except:
A child was frightened by a large dog. The pupils of the child's eyes becomes dilated, and the heart and respiratroy rates increase. These symptoms were caused by:
Which of the following statements is not true.
If the ventral nerve root of a spinal nerve were destroyed, a person would lose:
Which division of the peripheral nervous system controls voluntary movements?
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Pronađi najveći broj među navedinima
Da li je tvrdnja 10(8) = 8(16) = 8(10) = 1000(2) je točna?
Najveća heksadekadska znamenka je 16 - piše se F
Koji broj upisati na mjesto * : 19FA+A9*1=C3EB
Koji broj staviti umjesto * 37(8) + * = 151 (16)
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What is it called when the lighted portion of the moon appears to get larger?
What causes the seasons?
A spring tide is when
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Where does photosynthesis take place?
Why is chlorophyll green?
How/where is energy stored in ATP?
What is produced in the light reactions?
What is produced in the dark reactions?
What are the pigments in plants that produce the red, orange, and yellow colors?
What type of organism performs cellular respiration?
If there is no oxygen what type of respiration occurs?
What gas is produced in alcoholic fermentation
What organism uses alcoholic fermentation
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Kyle noticed that the overhead projector was hot where the bulb was shining, The light bulb produced radiant and ______energy.
Thomas entered the room and asked Mrs. Great if the fan was broken. He said the moving blades were making a strange noise. The moving blades produced mechanical energy and ____
Energy stored in the bonds of molecules or compounds is called ______________ energy.
A battery operated flashlight needs _______ energy to work and transforms it into electrical energy , radiant energy and a little thermal energy.
Rubbing your hands together changes ____________ into thermal energy.
Energy from moving electrons is called ____________ energy.
Energy locked on the nucleus of an atom is called ______________energy.
Energy from vibrations of matter is called _______________ energy
The transfer of thermal energy by the circulation or movement of a liquid or a gas like in the earth's mantle or in a spaghetti pot is called___.
The transfer of thermal energy from one material to another by direct contact- like walking barefoot on the cement in Houston in August is called___.
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A scientist studying climate changes in Antartica would be looking at:
In which type of rock are fossils most likely to be found
The Earth's oceans contain:
Mechanical erosion is the process by which:
If we traveled in the time machine to when there was no animal or plant life, we would be in:
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The rate at which a radioactive elemtn breaks down over time is that element's
The major cause of extinction throughout history has been:
Continental Mountains are formed when
For fossils to form in rocks:
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After the date, you should key in the
The name, address and logo of the company is called the
If the letter starts Dear Sir, it should end
If the letter ends Yours sincerely it should start
Space should be left for the signature of the sender. Press the enter key
Select the correct style of date for a business letter
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Dialogul are rol
Basmul este o creație epică în care
Schița a fost introdusă în literatura română decătre
Instanțele comunicării narative se referă la
Care este cel mai tensionat moment al acțiunii
Vocea naratorului este
Care este o modalitate indirectă de caracterizare a personajelor
Personajele prezente într-o fabulă sunt
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Vocabularul fundamental este
Vocabularul fundamental conține următoarele categorii de cuvinte
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Fonetica studiază
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Litera este
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Which of the following statements about the periodic table is correct?
What do the elements of Oxygen, Lithium, Neon, and Carbon have in common?
What do the elements Hg (Mercury) and Br (Bromine) have in common?
What do these elements have in common Al (Aluminum), Na (Sodium), Mg (Magnesium) and Ar (Argon)?
What do the following elements have in common? N (Nitrogen), Ne (Neon), Kr (Krypton)
Phosphorus would have chemical properties most like which of the following?
Why is S (Sulfur) before Cl (Chlorine) on the periodic table?
Which class of elements best conducts electricity
Which elements make the best insulators
According to the periodic table the neutral (stable) atom of what element has 5 protons, 5 electrons and 5 neutrons
For the most part how do the atomic masses progress throughout the periodic table?
Which quantity identifies an element
A neutral atom has 14 neutrons and 10 electrons. How many protons does the element have?
In the modern Periodic Table the elements are arranged in order of increasing
What can be determined if only the atomic number of an atom is known?
Which of the following periods contains the greatest number of metals?
More than two thirds of the elements are classified as
Which of these phrases best describes an atom?
The number of neutrons in the nucleus of an atom can be determined by
Angels Falls, the world’s highest waterfall, crashes straight down, UNINTERRUPTED by rocks.
I am a CITIZEN of the United States of America.
The water in some waterfalls PLUNGES hundreds of feet to the bottom.
Harry looks INDIGNANT when he doesn't get what he wants.
Some model cars can look real because they are REPLICAS of actual cars.
Native Americans developed a VARIETY of different vegetables- corn, squash, and potatoes.
We saw a huge MONUMENT of Abraham Lincoln when we went to the museum.
If the VOLUME of water in a waterfall is small, there is not enough water to produce electricity.
In 1935, James Angel was the first American to EPSY the Angels Falls with his own eyes.
Other waterfalls are not so high, but their BREADTH is great.
The government of Kenya could BEST be described as
In Kenya the citizens are allowed to vote. They vote for the president and members of the National Assembly. The country is not ruled by a monarch. Why is Kenya considered a republic?
When comparing the governments of Kenya and Sudan, which is correct concerning the role of the citizen?
As a Parliamentary form of government how is the President of South Africa elected?
Anyone over the age of 18 may vote in elections that determine the National Assembly. ● The National Assembly chooses one person to
Following a military takeover of the government in 1989, Omar al-Bashir acted as the authoritarian ruler (dictator) of
Which of these countries is ruled by a dictator?
In which country would citizens most likely be arrested and harshly punished for expressing an opinion that opposes government policies?
In what country from the standards did the movie Born Free take place?
What physical feature of Kenya was in the movie Born Free?
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In New York City, Sahomi sometimes soloed as a dancer. Soloed means that she
Another word for startled is
In the story, Sahomi donned beautiful costumes. Donned means
Yuki's kimono swished and flared to the music. A kimono is
What does sweltered mean?
What does enrich mean?
What is a phonograph?
What does ascend mean?
What does internment mean?
What does barrak mean?
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This man was a famous storyteller during a time of drastic illiteracy in ancient Greece.
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Who wrote a mythological book called Metamorphoses?
Who wrote the epic poem Aeneid about the destruction of the city of Troy?
What form of government is run by elected representatives?
Which Greek philosophy emphasized comfort and pleasure?
Which Greek philosophy criticized all other philosophies but offered no solutions?
What term meant a group of 1,000 Roman soldiers?
What term means a thin outer layer?
What term means pleasure-seeking?
What killed most of Hannibal's animals when he wanted to attack Rome from the north?
What did Diocletian do to try to strengthen the Roman Empire?
Process in which chemical bonds are broken and atoms form new bonds producing new substances; requires energy
compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms; major source of energy for the human body
large organic molecule held together by covalently bonded; four classes: proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids
large molecule formed when many smaller molecules bond together with covalent bonds
compounds with the same simple formula but different three-dimensional structures resulting in different physical and chemical properties
macromolecule made mainly from carbon and hydrogen atoms; includes fats, oils, and waxes. Main energy storing molecule.
macromolecule that contains carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen; needed by the body for growth and repair and to make up enzymes. Subunit: Amino Acid
organic macromolecule made of nucleotides; stores hereditary information for cell function; DNA or RNA
protein that speeds up a chemical reaction; acts as a catalyst and lowers activation energy
one of the carbohydrates made up of long chains of simple sugars;include starch, cellulose, and glycogen
Organisms that make their own food are defined as:____________.
Which of the following is the proper order of the seven levels of classification?
The study of living things:
Which of the following defines HOMEOSTASIS?
This Dutch buisinessman is credited with being the first person to see the bacteria that live on teeth.
Storage part of the cell
In the cell cycle, for what does the acronym IPMAT stand?
What is cytokinesis?
Use Chart A, What is the family for humans?
Use Picture D, Name of III.
Developed by Carolus LInneus, ___________ is the scientific study of how living organisms are classified.
Organisms are classified according to their ______________.
Using Chart A, what level of classification is Rhizopoda?
A cell that does not contain a true nucleus is called a __________.
What is another name for the Cell Cycle?
The basic unit of structure and function of any living organism?
Which of the following occurs during metaphase?
What levels of classification are used properly for the scientific name?
Which of the follwoing is a characteristic of all living organisms?
Italian doctor Francesco Redi disproved _______________ by performing a controlled experiment involving meat, jars and flies.
Cells, chemicals of life, energy use, grow and develop, respond to surroundings, reproduce
Maintaining internal conditions (environment)
"Tiny organ", inside of a cell that helps a cell to function.
Mistaken idea that living things come from non-living things.
splitting of the cytoplasm (cell splitting in two)
Controls what goes in and out of the cell.
Organism that has its genetic material in a membrane bound nucleus
Made of more than one cell
Phase of mitosis where the centromeres split and one chromosome is pulled towards each pole.
Organelle that makes proteins
Type of asexual reproduction used by bacteria. DNA copies itself, moves to the sides of the cell and the cell splits in two.
Organism that makes it's own food.
Powerhouse of the cell, place where protein synthesis occurs
Rigid outer structure in plant cells that help give them their shape.
Considered the "Brain" of the cell, contains genetic instructions for the next generation.
Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protists, Fungi, Plants, Animals
Captures energy from the sun and produces energy
Genetic material (heredity material), carries the directions for the next generation
Doctor who disproved Spontaneous Generation
Passageway that carries proteins around the cell
According to cell theory, which statement is correct?
What is the basic unit of all known living organisms?
Which statement describes an exception to cell theory?
Which statement is not part of cell theory?
Viruses are considered non-living for which of the following reasons?
According to Cell Theory which of the following is true?
Based on the sixth tenet of cell theory which states that all energy flow and metabolism occurs in cells which do cells need?
Which of these is not a correct tenet of Cell Theory
To be considered living organisms need to be...
Which of the following happens because cells cannot spontaneously generate?
photosynthesis is to chloroplast as cellular respiration is to...
Cellular respiration produces
Which produces more ATP?
Autotrophs are
Light absorbing molecules
Lactic Acid fermentation is used by ____________ to make ________.
What type of fermentation causes muscle soreness?
How is nutrients obtained from the food you eat?
What is the first step of respiration?
Which process has the most energy production?
Prussia is . . . . .
United Germany
People at the top of the Spanish colonies social pyramid
Latin American country who had a bloodless revolt
Which of the following Empires did NOT collapse because of nationalism?
Leader of the Redshirts
Leader of the Haitian Revolution
Which of the following if NOT a positive effect of Nationalism?
Which of the following is a possitive effect of nationalism?
Which of the following in NOT a factor in creating a nation-state?
Graphic images that can be added to a publication are called
A form of memory that holds items that can be read but not erased or changed is called
The most common input device on a computer is
The "brain" of the computer is called the
What type of software is BEST to use when giving an oral report to help summarize dates and emphasize report highlights?
What does a slide layout do?
A slide should contain
What controls the flow of information on a slide?
Hard drives, pen drives and CDs are _____ for the computer.
Which of the following terms is NOT associated with an Internet browser?
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Logging is the principle means of survival for this region of the Africa.
Deforestation is the
Air pollution, soil erosion, water pollution, desertification are all considered to be
This is Africa's largest fresh water lake
Bantu culture is credited for introducing _______________ to other cultures of Africa
Subsistence farming is
What is a neighborhood?
Who helped Mrs. McBloom clean up her room?
What is a community?
Which of the following people could be part of a community?
What was the common goal that brought the community together in our story?
Can people who don't near close by be part of the same neighborhood?
Can people who don't near close by be part of the same community?
Is our classroom a neighborhood or a community?
Can a person be a part of more than one community?
How can we be helpful members of our classroom community?
“Any process used to ask and answer testable questions about observations of the natural world” defines which term?
A scientist asked a question that was based on an observation. Which is the next step the scientist should take?
In which order are the steps of the scientific method commonly listed?
Which action shows a creative approach to the process of scientific inquiry?
Which statement best describes a scientific question?
Which step of the scientific method relies more heavily on newly collected data than on creativity and innovation?
Which famous scientist is credited as the founder of the scientific method?
Which example best represents the use of creativity in scientific inquiry?
A student completed a lab report. Which correctly describes the difference between the “Question” and “Hypothesis” sections of her report?
What would most likely be included in the “Analysis” section of a lab report?
What grade levels are included in the middle school?
How many students are in the middle school?
What classes are offered as allied arts classes at the middle school?
The conservation camp where 6th graders spend 2 days and 2 nights is called ___________.
How many adults work in the middle school? (certified staff, paras, clerical, food service, custodial)
What is the name of the new student orientation/ mentorship program at the middle school?
What day is homecoming this year?
Activity day is a chance for students and staff to experiences new activities together. What month will activity day be this year?
Who is the principal of the middle school?
What days do 6th graders have band?
funnel-shaped cloud that extends down from a storm cloud
VERY LOW PRESSURE and form quickly
tropical storm that forms over warm ocean water
Thunderstorms usually form along a
Has a calm center referred to as the eye
severe weather conditions when pressure differences cause rapid air movement
Results from a low pressure system
have strong winds
can cause damage to people and property
low pressure system
Organism with a backbone
Organism without a backbone
Organism with skeleton on the inside
organism with a skeleton on the outside
(warm blooded) maintains temperature on the inside
(cold blooded) maintains temperature on the outside
type of body plan
an organism that does not have symmetry
symmetry where the body is organized around a central point
symmetry where the body can be divided into two halves
A sentence that expresses the writer's opinion on a particular subject. It will be the main idea of an essay and must be supported by evidence.
Explains or introduces one of hte major points that support the writer's thesis statement. Each body body paragraph must have one.
Figurative language, diction, and imagery are examples of the
Theme, tone, mood, and opinions that a writer must illustrate in text is called the
If you had to explain personification in a text; that is the ____
If you had to address the perception of a character, you would be presenting the
If you had to present the appreciation and gravity of a situation, you would be presenting the
If you had to discuss IMAGERY, you would discuss the
If you had to list diction in your thesis, it is the
If you had to discuss the the morality of a character, that would be
What amendment defines citizenship?
To become a naturalized citizen you must--
Under the 14th amend state a person has the right to ________ _______ under the law?
If a baby is born in the U.S. what country is that baby a citizen of?
Birth and Naturalization are example of-
Being able to demostrate knowledge of Amerian history and principles is one part of the?
The 14th amendment was created to stop states from creating unfair--
Freedom of Religon,Speech,Assembly,Press and Petition are part of what amendment?
Freedom of speech was guaranteed by which amendment?
Billy calls his congressmen’s office to complain, what freedom did Billy use?
Paris is the capital of France.
Mr. B asked the whole class if they wanted popcorn.
That lady with the hat on is my grandma!
Garey threw the milkshake into the street.
That is James's notebook you are reading.
Hey, Mom, can you throw Kate the sweater?
I'm going to take you to a moon!
That is my sister-in-law's coat.
All of the hamsters' cages were loaded onto the truck.
My mom is the president of the Cheddar Cheese Association.
This system covers and protects the body.
This system is responsible for movement and flexibility.
This system supports and protects organs and helps with movement.
This system pumps blood throughout body.
This system absorbs oxygen and releases carbon dioxide.
This system removes waste from the blood and regulates body fluids.
This system receives, interprets, and responds to electrical messages throughout the body.
This system breaks down food to be used by the body.
This system returns extracellular fluid to the blood; helps body fight pathogens.
This system sends out chemical messages, hormones, throughout the body.
Initials of sender and person keying in letter is known as the
Dear Sir/Madam is known as the
Yours faithfully and Yours sincerely are known as the
A title explaining the letter above the opening paragraph is called the
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The process by which traits that enhance survival & reproduction are passed in more frequently to future generations than those that do not is called?
True or False. Organisms tend to less ofspring than can survive.
What is artificial selection?
A group of indiviuals of a species that live in the same are is know as what?
What is allopatric speciation?
What is sympatric speciation?
What is an example of of something that would cause sympatric speciation?
What is an endemic species?
What is causing the 6th mass extinction event?
The total living things on Earth and the areas that they inhabit is called what?
The mark of the display screen that indicates where the next character will be display is the
A feature that lets the user keep typing when the end of a line is reached by automatically moving words to the next line is called
Devices that are connected to a computer to allow input, processing, output, and storage are called
Windows 2000, XP, MAC OS X, Leopard, Snow Leopard are
Which of the following applications would be the best choice for writing a letter to a friend or relative
The chip in the computer that performs all the information processing is which of the following?
Present settings for margins, tabs, line spacing and justification in a word processing document are known as
Opening a file, correcting misspellings, and re-saving the file is an example of
Boldface, italics, and underlining are examples of
What does "rsmith" represent in [email protected]?
What kind of memory is permanent and contains the instructions for starting up a computer?
Which type of memory is considered temporary memory?
Which program would you use to view information on the Internet?
Examples of software are
An example of a default setting is
A form of memory that holds items that can be read but not erased or changed is called
The "brain" of the computer is called the
The mark of the display screen that indicates where the next character will be displayed is the
Devices that are connected to a computer to allow input, processing, output, and storage are called
The chip in the computer that performs all the information processing is which of the following?
A species with broad niches that can use a wide array of habitats and resources is called____?
Which of these is not a type of population distribution?
The number of individual organisms present at a given time is known as ________.
The crude birth or death rates are per _________ individuals.
_______________ growth increases by a fixed percent.
A logistic growth curve is ___-shaped
What are density dependent factors?
K- selected species have the following characterists, except one. Choose the incorrect characteristic
Which of these species is least vulnerable to extinction?
The process of selection conducted under human direction is called ________.
The physical components of the computer system...
The programs or instructions that tell the computer what to do...
The brain of the computer
The permanent memory that is built in your computer...
The computer's working memory, sometimes called random-accessed memory...
Approximately a million bytes...
Approximately a billion bytes...
The hardware that is used to pass information into the computer...
The hardware that receives and displays information coming from the computer...
The device that allows your computer to talk to other computers over a telephone line...
A video or computer display device...
A printer that uses both laser and photographic technology to produce high quality output
The hardware that provides printed output from the computer...
A printed copy of computer output...
A disc on which a laser has digitally recorded information such as audio, video, or computer data...
A fixed, large-capacity magnetic storage medium for computer data...
A portable magnetic storage medium for computer data that allows users to randomly access information...
The use of graphical symbols instead of text commands to control common computer functions such as copying programs and disks
A small picture or symbol representing a computer hardware function or component...
A type of printer that forms letters on the page by shooting tiny electrically charged droplets of ink...
Thermal energy that is transmitted by electromagnetic waves
A material that resists electric current
Energy of motion
The direct transfer of heat between objects that touch
The force that pulls all objects in the universe towards one another
The transfer of thermal energy from one substance to another
The force that acts against motion when two surfaces rub against each other
The number of magnetic poles on Earth
These are gained and lost when electric charges are created
The average measure of kinetic energy
A push or pull
The period during which an action exists or continues
A force that pulls all objects toward each other
A measure of the force of gravity
A force that stops touching objects from sliding past each other
A change in the speed or direction of an object's motion
The direction an object moves as well as an object's speed
This is needed to find speed
Your position and all the things around you are part of your
If you were on the moon, your weight would be
"Hello, my ______________________________ Sam."
"My name is Jane. __________ to ____________ you."
Where ______________________________ school?
__________________ 3rd grade.
What ______________________ to do after school?
How ________________________ to school every day?
My birthday is ____________ April.
My brother's birthday is _________ August 16th.
I ________________ stickers.
_________ many brothers and sisters do you have?
The 13th amendment ended what in the United States?
The 14th amendment made former slaves what?
What right did the 15th amendment give former slaves?
Who became President when Lincoln was assassinated?
What is the term used for a person working on someone else land and giving them a part of their crops?
The Black Codes were passed to maintain white rule and to control the activities of the ___________?
The Compromise of 1877 is responsible for the end of what?
Who became President because of the Compromise of 1877?
What happened at the end of Reconstruction that made life harder for the former slaves
The Black Codes were passed in an attempt to?
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The French explorers established trading posts along the Mississippi River and named the area ____________ after their King
What religious group led by Jean Ribault built the settlement of Charlesfort in South Carolina?
The settlement of San Miguel de Gualdape was doomed because which of the following:
What was the first permanent Spanish settlement built in La Florida?
What was the first cash crop grown in the colony of Jamestown?
Who was the most famous explorer to visit South Carolina
What was the name given to the group of people that separated from the Church of England to settle in Plymouth, Massachusetts?
What is 3 x2
What is 3 x 1
What is 3 x 5
What is 3 x7
What is 3 x 3
What is 3 x 9
What is 3 X 4
What is 3 x 8
3 x 11
What is 3 x 10
What is 3 x 12
What is 4x4
What is 4 x 1
What is 4 x 8
What is 4 x 2
What is 4 x 6
what is 4 x 3
What is 4 x 9
What is 4 x 7
What is 4 x 11
What is 4 x 4
What is 4 x 10
What is 4 x 12
Where a place is in relation to other places.
A group of places that have common features
thinking about space is called
Geographers study
Human Systems is the study of
earthquakes and volcanoes deal with
Geographic theme that deals with humans in the environment
Region that is also a continent
Places in a region are linked by
similarities among different places is called
exact location
MONOTHEISM
QURAN
PILGRIMAGE
POLYTHEISM
RAMADAN
HAJJ
RELIGIOUS GROUP
FIVE PILLARS
SUNNI
SHIA
In which region of Texas did the Comanches live?
What physical feature is common in both the Great Plains and Coastal Plains regions of Texas?
When traveling from east to west across the state of Texas, Which of the following describes the changes in physical geography that occur?
How does the physical environment of Coastal Texas compare with that of the Mountain and Basin region?
Where is El Paso Located
What is the capital of Texas
Where is the Red River?
In which region is city Houston located?
Which city is located in the great plains?
Which city is in the North Central Plains?
Kiowa:craftsmen:: Jumanos : ____________
In determining the lifestyle of American Indians in early Texas, which of the following would likely provide the Best information?
Which region did the Jumanos live?
Why is Natural Texas and its People considered an era in Texas?
How were Coahuiletecan similar to the Karankawa?
The caddo that originally lived in East Texas were also living in which geographic region?
This layer of the atmosphere is where you would find the weather
This layer of the atmosphere is where you would find hot air balloons
This layer of the atmosphere is where you would find planes
This layer of the atmosphere is where you would find satellites and the Aurora Borealis
This layer of the atmosphere is where you would find space shuttles
Temperature is:
Air pressure is:
Humidity is:
Precipitation is:
The Sun is:
What happens to the air pressure as you go up in altitude?
Why don't we feel the weight of air molecules?
Why is it important that the air has weight?
What things can you find in a weather report?
What is the major cause of wind?
Scientists who study the weather are called:
Ways the the atmosphere protects us
The 2 main gases in the atmosphere are:
Water going from a liquid to a solid is ...
On a pan balance heavier objects are...
Applying heat to water turns it from..
Water going from liquid to gas is
To measure volume we use...
To measure mass we use..
To measure length we use all except..
You should always wear goggles.
You should clean up a spill if you make one.
This unit was about...
What is the name of the river which flows northward from Lake Victoria and empties into the Mediterranean Sea?
The name of Africa's deepest fresh water lake is
The largest hottest desert in the world is
This river of Africa is used for transportation and trade - however it is very dangerous
The region of Africa is considered to be a semi-arid strip of land in which the main occupation is herding and subsistence farming
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Who wrote the story "Miss Hinch"?
What made Miss Hinch hard to find?
What made Jessie Dark think she could capture Miss Hinch?
How did the old lady die?
What writing utensil was used in all the notes to the police about Miss Hinch?
Where did the old lady and the clergyman go while waiting for the subway train?
What did the police think at first about the notes about Miss Hinch?
What feature made Miss Hinch easy to recognize?
What was the danger at the subway station?
Whom had Miss Hinch killed?
8. The Earth system has four parts: the ___________, the ___________, the ___________, and the ____________.
9. Three major parts of the water cycle are: ____________, __________, and ___________.
______ are shapes on Earth’s surface
13. The theory of ____________ helps explain how forces raise, lower, and roughen Earth’s surface.
List three ways plates move: ______, ________, ___________
16. When two plates collide, one plate can be pushed ________ another. This process is called _________.
___________ are common in subduction zones.
When two plates move away from each other hot ______ emerges from the gap that has been formed
The lava builds a ______ ________ ridge---a landform similar to an under water mountain range.
A ________ is a fracture in the Earth’s crust where a mass of rocks is in motion.
What is an example of a parasitic relationship?
Which of the following organisms is a consumer?
Which of the following organisms is a producer
What is an omnivore?
What is the relationship between a venus fly trap and a house fly?
Why must a producer be at the bottom of an energy pyramid?
Which of the following is biotic?
Which of the following is abiotic?
Which of the following would get its food from the road kill in front of the school?
Lichens are an example of______________________.
Invented the telephone
Someone who buys stock in a company
Prevents theft of an invention
More and better steel
Thomas Edison
Luxury train car
Invented the glider/first flight
Invented the Telegraph
Steel Industry
The Oil King
What does gilded mean?
Making steel faster and of higher quality was done with what process
Ellis Island was
Railroads helped growing industries by
Most Asians and Mexicans settled in
An ethnic community is a group of people with
Nativists were people who thought that
The average immigrants apartment
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