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Which of these is attracted to a magnet?
Magnets will stick to refrigerator doors because the doors are
Which of these can move a nail lying on a table without touching the nail?
Which objects would be attracted to a magnet?
What do you call it when two magnets push against each other?
What do you call it when two magnets come together?
Magnets have a north pole and a south pole.
The north and south poles of magnets repel each other.
Acceleration is a change in ________________.
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What is the correct equation for pH
An acid is a
KOH is a
HNO3 is a
The correct name for H2SO4 is
The pH of 1.0 x 10^-4 HCl is
A strong base has a pH of
HCl + KOH will form
A strong acid has a pOH of (notice it is pOH and NOT pH) Think pH + pOH = 14
What color will water have when Universal Indicator is added
What is the measurement for temperature in the SI (metric) system?
The freezing and boiling point of water in the US Customary System is:
Which of the following is the unit of measure of energy?
Which unit of measurement is used for both weight and volume in the US Customary?
Which of the following is the appropriate term for the absolute Fahrenheit scale?
Which of the following best describes the function of the rule?
Joules and calories are used in the measurement of:
The calibrated container is used to measure:
What are the two measurement systems used in the world today?
Instruments that are used to measure mass are:
Measuring to precise, exact increments is referred to as:
The most common linear measurement device is the:
Sensors gathering measurements and then displaying them on an output device is an example of:
Instruments used to measure mass are:
The calibrated container is used to measure:
What measurement tool would be used for laying out perpendicular lines?
When measuring units of volume, scientists utilize:
When measuring angles from 0 degrees to 180 degrees, the proper tool would be a:
Which of the following tools is needed to measure objects in very precise increments, thousandths (0.001) of an inch?
Horsepower and watts are measurement of:
What is an immigrant?
Who is the leader of the United States?
What does the word "elect" mean?
Which of these shows respect for the rights of others?
What does the national anthem "The Star Spangled Banner" honor?
What is "climate"?
A person who is a citizen of the United States is ......
What are things that people make or grow called?
What are the pictures on maps that stand for something else called?
Washington, D.C. is the capital of ........
What could you use on a map to find the distance between two towns?
Who was president during the Civil War?
Who was president during the Revolutioary War?
What holiday is celebrated in November to honor men and women who have served in the armed forces?
Which of these would not be from past times?
Which of the following is not a purpose of the government?
Which of these tells what stories that Native Americans told are called?
Why do we remember Helen Keller?
Who was the first African American to play major league baseball?
Who do people believe may have sewn one of the first flags of the United States?
What is a consumer?
Which of these would be a good investment?
Who is considered the Father of Our Country?
When is America's birthday?
Bus drivers, police officers, and nurses are all.......
Latitude and longitude are measured in ......
Americans beleive that everyone should have......
What does a star on a map usually stand for?
What document did Thomas Jefferson write that gave American freedom from England?
Who worked to get equal rights for all people?
Which of these tools makes use of a magent?
How do thorns help a plant?
Which of these is something roots do for the plant?
What is a paleontologist?
How does sound travel from ringing buzzer to a person's ear?
Which of these materials would be best for shading the sun?
Which of these is not part of weather?
Which of these would best model the Earth's rotation?
Which of these communities would be hot and wet?
Sandy left four mugs in the sun. Which will be the hottest?
What is the x intercept of the equation y=2x+4
What is the y intecept of the following equation 2x+3y=12
What is the slope of the line -2x+3y=4
Put the equation y=2x-8 in standard form.
The line y=3/4x-8 has...
What is the slope of the line that passes through (4,8) and (8,6) ?
Which of the following is not a linear equation?
The line y=4 is a...
Which of the following lines passes through the origin?
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What can be found at the boundary between the Arabian plate and the Eurasian plate?
Which are two types of crust?
Which of the following is TRUE for evidence supporting Wegener's Continental Drift Theory?
Which of the following gives steps of seafloor spreading in the CORRECT order?
Which is the correct order of the layers of Earth from exterior to interior?
Which is the plastic-like layer on Earth?
What causes plates to move?
The drifting of continents is caused by the movement of plates in which layer?
Which boundary causes earthquakes, valleys, and ridges to form?
Which is a boundary that involves two plates sliding past one another or alongside one another?
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Dimples (D) are dominant to not having dimples and freckles (F) are dominant to not having freckles. If two parents are heterozygous for both dimples and freckles how many offspring (in fraction) will have dimples and freckles?
What are the phases of mitosis in order?
Which phase of mitosis shows the chromosomes lining up at the center of the cell?
Which phase does the cell duplicate DNA and check for errors before dividing?
Which phase of mitosis do you see chromosomes being pulled away from each other?
A human gamete is a __________ cell and has _____ chromosomes
A human somatic cell is a __________ cell and has _____ chromosomes
Which organelles are found only in a plant cell but not in an animal cell?
A cell is seen to reproduce quickly, lack a nucleus, and is small in size. What type of cell is described?
Which macromolecule has carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorus?
Enzymes are an example of proteins which have monomers (building blocks) called?
A potato is placed in a salt water solution. After 20 minutes the potato has shriveled up. What happened to the cells inside the potato?
If a cell is placed into a hypotonic solution, what will happen to the size of the cell?
Which of the following is not true about mitosis and meiosis?
Which macromolecules are organic?
Dimples (D) are dominant to not having dimples and freckles (F) are dominant to not having freckles. Which genotype represents no dimples but having freckles?
The basis for the Romance Languages
1st emperor of Rome, rule gave Rome a time of peace
Etruscan king who conquered Rome
considered the best emperor (Christian)
founder/leader of Christianity
made dictator for life
prevented branches from too much power
served as military and civil authority
spoke demands on behalf of plebeians
voted on issues presented in the senate
advisers to consuls
What was the significance of Rome's location?
Which emperor divided the empire in half?
Which is NOT a reason Rome fell?
Best describe the EARLY religion of Rome
Describe the Pax Romana
Rome reached the height of its power under
Which group helped the Romans to develop their early form of government?
Which is NOT a contribution of Rome
What type of government began in Rome?
How do enzymes speed up chemical reactions?
When a piece of liver is dropped into hydrogen peroxide, bubbles are released from the liver as the hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) decomposes into water (H2O) and oxygen (O2). This rapid change in reaction rate suggests
Cells must produce many different enzymes because
When a piece of liver is dropped into hydrogen peroxide, bubbles are released as the hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) decomposes into water (H2O) and oxygen (O2). However, if the liver is cooked first, the reaction fails to occur. The reason for this is
Crossing over occurs in the phase ______________ of ____________.
If there are 78 chromosomes in a dog's bone cell, then how many chromosomes will it have in its gamete?
What is the correct order of phases of the cell cycle (for a somatic cell)?
What is the first phase of mitosis?
How many cells are produced at the end of meiosis?
The cell membrane is made up of mostly which macromolecule?
In biology what does organic mean?
Which marcomolecules are organic?
Under a microscope a cell is observed to have mitochondria, ribosome, nucleus, and a cell wall. What type of cell is observed?
Which cell reproduces more quickly?
If a cell is damaged during interphase and it does not repair itself or go through apoptosis, then the cell will grow uncontrollably. This uncontrollable growth of cells is called ______________
Tall stems (T) are dominant to short stems. If two heterozygous tall stemmed plants cross, what are the possible genotypes of their offspring?
Round seeds (R) are dominant to wrinkled seeds. What would the parents' genotypes be if they produce offspring that are 50% round seed and 50% wrinkled seed?
Find the volume of figure #6.
Find the surface area of figure 16.
Find the area of figure 20.
Find the area of figure 1.
Find the volume of figure 8.
Find the area of figure 22.
Find the surface area of figure 15.
Find the area of figure 12.
Find the area of figure 2.
Find the volume of figure 10.
Find the area of figure 17.
Find the volume of figure 7.
Find the area of figure 4.
Find the area of figure 13.
Find the area of figure 19.
Find the area of the gray space in figure 3.
Find the volume of figure 9.
Find the area of figure 11 without the bottom.
Find the area of figure 18.
Who was responsible for laying a telegraph cable across the Atlantic Ocean in 1866?
Which of the following was Thomas Edison's most important invention?
Which of the following was an immigrant’s greatest challenge once inside the United States?
Which legislation was a response to the public's growing concern over trusts and monopolies?
What is the name of a court order to stop a labor union from striking?
What is it called when unions represent workers in talking to management?
Elected leaders give rewards to their political supporters under which system?
Which 1883 law established the Civil Service Commission?
Which amendment made it illegal to make, transport, or sell alcohol?
What did Theodore Roosevelt promise the American people in his run for the presidency in 1904?
What is the most important use of water in your daily life?
Which of these could cause excess nutrients to enter a river or lake?
A pollutant that enters a body of water from a known source is a point-source pollutant
A pollutant is the amount of a substance that is in another substance.
Which of these would be used to treat the wastewater in a large city?
Which of these is a good way to conserve water at home?
Why are freshwater shortages a global problem?
Which of these can cause water shortages anywhere on Earth?
Which of these is the best example of balancing water needs and conservation?
What are two possible solutions to shortages of fresh water?
Why is water so important to life on Earth?
Which of these would be the most effective way for a farmer to produce food for the global population yet still conserve water?
What is the purpose of using sand, gravel, and chlorine during drinking water treatment?
Which of these would be the most practical method for treating the water used at a large rural school?
What causes most pollution of fresh water?
What condition exists during a drought?
How do countries limit the pollution of fresh water?
About how much of Earth's surface is covered by water?
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A perimeter is the measurement _____________ an object.
You find the perimeter of an object by __________________________.
An area of an object is _______________.
An area is measured in _______________ units.
Someone who may need to measure a perimeter would be:
Someone who may need to measure an area would be:
When finding an area, you:
Which statement is true?
Which statement is true?
We have learned about perimeter and area in our math class.
Their homeland is part of five countries.
They were protected by a No Fly Zone created by the UN in the Persian Gulf War:
This ethnic conflict included the Bloody Sunday killings:
This conflict has included a two-decade civil war, a more recent outbreak of conflict in the Darfur, and resulted in millions of refugees.
This conflict concluded with a peace agreement known as the Dayton Peace Accords, which officially ended the country's 3-year civil war.
This ethnic conflict included a civil war in 1971 that resulted in the establishment of the independent country of Bangladesh:
This conflict involves the fourth largest ethnic group in the world:
This conflict was watched with particular interest by world leaders, who feared that nuclear weapons might be used by one or both of the opposing countries:
Among the many reasons for these two ethnic conflicts is the competition for oil and other resouces:
Religion has been a factor in all of these conflicts EXCEPT:
During this war, Israel gained land from Egypt, Jordan, and Syria:
Resulted in the creation of the modern states of Palestine and Israel:
The movement to create a Jewish homeland in Palestine:
Which of the following countries does not border Israel?
Which of the following are among the areas currently disputed by the Palestinians and the Israelis?
The collapse of the Soviet Union led to the creation of 15 newly-independent countries. Which of the following was not one of the fifteen?
Meaning reconstruction or restructuring, this policy was introduced by Soviet leader Gorbachev to reform the Soviet economy:
This Soviet leader was responsible for mass purges and deportations of millions of people, including the forced removal of Chechens from their homeland in Chechnya:
This suffix means homeland, country or land of when added to the name of the people living in that country, such as Tajiki, Afghani, and Kurdi:
This Soviet leader was responsible for construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961 to partition the East from the West and prevent East Germans from escaping to the West:
Vertical columns in the periodic table, which indicate an element's location within a period, are called
Which element is located in group 1 of the periodic table?
The atomic weight of an atom is the total number of__________
Based on its location in the periodic table, which of the following is classified as a metal?
On the periodic table, an element's atomic number is the number of ______________ in its nucleus.
Based on their locations on the periodic table, which pair of elements have the most similar characteristics?
The periodic table is organized so chemists can easily see ____________.
The order of the elements in the periodic table is based on the ____________.
Electrons are in a defined region of space close to the nucleus called
The horizontal rows in the periodic table are arranged according to the number of electrons in the atom's outer shell. What are these rows called?
Atomic weight in the periodic table refers to ____________.
On the periodic table, calcium and bromine are located in period 4. What is one difference between the two elements?
Beryllium, magnesium and calcium are all located in group 2 of the periodic table. What else do these elements have in common?
The periodic table ____________.
What are the electrons in the outermost shell of an atom called ?
Where are electrons found in an atom?
Beryllium, magnesium and calcium are all located in group 2 of the periodic table. What else is true about group 2 elements?
The noble gases helium, neon, argon and krypton are all located in group 18 of the periodic table. What can you predict about these elements, based on their group?
What is the atomic weight of copper?
The halogens are located where on the periodic table?
What enzyme begins carbohydrate digestion in the mouth?
What are the muscular contractions that force material through the digestive system?
What organ regulates the passage of food into the esophagus and away from the windpipe & lungs?
Where is bile produced? Where is it stored?
What is the main function of the large intestine?
What is the role of lipase in fat digestion?
What are the building blocks of fat molecules?
What are the digestive accessory organs?
What are the secretions of the stomach?
Which organ is the primary site of protein digestion?
Which of the following is NOT true about enzymes?
How can changes in pH or temperature affect the enzymes?
Enzymes can...
Ezymes in the stomach break down...
What is the name of the stage when the reactant is bound to the enzyme?
How is enzyme function similar to a lock & key?
The primary function of buffers is to:
When adding acid to a buffer, the line on the graph will
Why are buffers important to daily life?
A neutralization reaction occurs when:
Which of the following is not an example of chemical weathering?
Which of the following minerals is most resistant to weathering?
Two climate factors that are most important in the weathering process are
Which agent of erosion is responsible for changing most of Earth's surface?
Which of the following is not a depositional feature of glaciers?
Tilted telephone or fence poles on a hillside is evidence of
Glaciers that form on mountains are
Weathered material is removed from a place by
A delta usually forms at the ___________, or end, of a river.
What is responsible for the formation of limestone caverns?
What is the role of bile in fat digestion?
What are the fingerlike projections in the small intestine?
What is the function of the villi in the small intestine?
What is the name for the relatively constant internal environmental conditions of the body?
Enzymes & other proteins can be denatured by:
Where does heartburn occur?
What is the function of stomach acid?
The low pH of orange juice indicates it is:
How would your diet be altered if your pancreas was not functioning properly?
Why is digesting a gallon (3.8 liters) of milk in 1 hour such a biological challenge?
The atomic number is the number of _____________ in the nucleus of an atom.
Where can electrons be found orbiting the nucleus?
Atoms are the building blocks of _____________.
Electricity is a form of energy transfer in which atoms lose and regain ___________.
The distance between the nucleus and the electrons of an atom _____________.
Protons, neutrons, and electrons are the subatomic particles found in an
The nucleus contains both neutrons and positively charged particles called
What particles are found in the nucleus of an atom?
What part of an atom has the smallest mass?
The mass number of an atom is the number of protons plus the number of ______ .
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What was the central idea behind the Monroe Doctrine?
What guarded Baltimore Harbor?
What was placed on top of Fort McHenry?
Who owned Florida when Andrew Jackson was sent to capture runaway slaves?
Who was one of the War Hawks in Congress?
What does perilous mean?
What is the function of DNA? It
Which of the following is (are) found in plant cells but not in animal cells?
DNA is important for cellular activities because DNA
Which function is associated with macrophages in the blood?
What is the function of the intestinal cell shown in the drawing below?
Which part of the cell is the site of chemical reactions responsible for metabolism
In a country, such as the United States, which of the following sustainability indicators (challenges) are likely?
The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the body and the air occurs in the cells of the lungs. Where would this exchange happen in the cell?
A cell with 5% salt is placed in a beaker with 1% salt. What will happen to the cell over time? (draw a picture if it helps)
The cell membrane consists of mainly of
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Two or more forces that are equal in size , but opposite in direction are _________________________________ .
If the forces are __________________, their effects don't cancel each other out and results in motion.
An object at rest remains at rest or moving at constant speed in a straight path unless an unbalanced force acts on it refers to which law?
The type of friction that prevents an object from moving when a force is applied is?
Connects force, acceleration, and mass and states that an object acted upon by a force will accelerate in the direction of the force refers to which law?
Which equation represents the acceleration equation according to Newton's second law of motion?
Force is measured in ____________________.
the larger the force, the larger the mass, and the ____________________ the acceleration
Satellites that go around earth in nearly circular orbits, and are held in place by ________________________.
Air resistance is a force that gets ________________ as an object moves faster.
antonym of amiable
antonym of malicious
antonym of abhorrence
To walk or stomp about
As a noun, it is a burial cloth; as a verb, it means to wrap a body
A body of troops arranged in a line
Because everyone knows the musical rap star Drake, you could say he is quite
The broken car horn sounded for hours, took a five minute________, then began sounding again throughout the neighborhood.
Extremene intensity of emotions or convictions
heavy, labored or dull
Which body parts act as the fulcrums of levers?
A simple machine that might be thought of as an inclined plane that moves is a
Which of these could be considered an inclined plane wrapped around a cylinder?
The fixed point that a lever pivots around is called the
In order to do work on an object, the force you exert must be
Work equals force times
When you raise or lower a flag on a flagpole, you are using a(an)
How can a hockey stick be considered a machine?
If tight scissors have an efficiency of 50 percent, half of your work is wasted due to
Power is measured in units called
which word means beach resort
which word means waste or garbage
which word means orange blossom
which word means left as in left behind
el faro means
which word means waves
if I cannot swim, I might need the help of....
which one is a type of tree
nosotros form of jugar
ellos form of querer
what does pensar mean
which word means to return
which word means to close
empezar changes what to what
what does poder mean
querer means what
perder means what
what is the nosotros form of perder
preferir changes what to what
how do I say beach
The brain stem controls
the hypothalamus...
Which part controls vision?
Which part controls coordination?
Basic emotion is controlled by...
The frontal lobe controls
the pituitary gland
To keep from bumping into things, one needs the
Which creates new memories
which produces speech?
Purple flowers are dominant to white flowers. What are the parents genotypes if they produce 75% purple flowers and 25% white flowers?
A long tailed dog and a short tailed dog mate and the offspring has a medium lengthened tail. What type of inheritance pattern is shown?
Blood type is an example of which inheritance pattern?
Round seeds (R) are dominant to wrinkled seeds. Tall stems (T) are dominant to short stems. What is the phenotype of a plant that is Rrtt?
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Each element in the periodic table ____________
According to the periodic table, which group does Neon belong to?
Electrons randomly orbit the ________________ of an atom.
Most of an atom's mass is concentrated in the
What is the electrical charge on a proton?
What is formed when an atom gives up an electron?
Which of the following cannot be seen by the naked eye?
What is the simplest type of a pure substance?
The atomic weight of the atom is composed of the protons and neutrons in the
Which substance cannot be broken into smaller parts?
Au stands for
What element has an atomic number of 11?
What is the only liquid metal?
Which one of the following is an alkali metal?
Which element has the atomic number of 26?
Which one of these elements has four electrons in their outer shell?
What are shiny, reactive metals?
What element makes up 80% of the air?
What element does not follow the patterns of the rest of the periodic table?
Neon and Argon are examples of?
Simplify (3* 10 ^8)(7* 10^7)
The width of a plant cell has been measured as 1.276* 10^ -5 meters. How is this value written in standard form notation?
Find 1.53* 10^ -4
Simplify 3(2.416* 10^ 2)
Rewrite the number 0.000000437 using scientific notation.
Max's parents bought a new car that cost $18,575 before taxes. They paid $1,532.44 in sales tax. What is the sales tax rate?
There are 400 students in Zack's school. 21% of the students are enrolled in choir. Of these, 75 are enrolled in band. How many students are enrolled in both choir and band?
Last year the Foreign Language Club had 25 members. This year it has 30 members. What is the percent increase in membership?
Walter is a waiter at the Towne Diner. He earns a daily wage of $50 plus tips that are equal to 15% of the total cost of the dinner he serves. What was the total cost of the dinners he served on Tuesday if he earned $170?
Teen birthrates in the U.S. declined from 62.1 births per 1,000 teenagers in 1991 to 48.5 in 2000. What is the percent of decrease?
3/5 x 1/4 =
3/11 x 9/14 =
5/8 x 1/3 =
5/6 x 1/10 =
2 2/5 x 9/17 =
2 2/5 x 2 3/5
1 3/7 x 2/3
1 3/4 x 2/3 =
1 2/7 x 4 1/2 =
1 1/2 x 3/7 =
Find the missing number: 32, 31 1/2, ______, 30 1/2
Find the missing number: _________, 48, 12, 3
Describe the pattern and find the next two numbers: 8, 15, 22, 29, ____, ____
Describe the pattern and find the next two numbers: 6, 9 1/2, 13, 16 1/2, ____, ____
Describe the pattern and find the next two numbers: 2, 4, 8, 16, ____, ____
Find the missing number: 31, 22 1/2, ________, 5 1/2
Find the missing number: 31, 22 1/2, ________, 5 1/2
Describe the pattern and find the next two numbers: 10, 13, 16, 19, ____, _____
Describe the pattern and find the next two numbers: 4, 12, 36, 108, ____, _____
Describe the pattern and find the next two numbers: 10, 15, 20, 25, ____, _____
What are the two parts of the structure shown in the sketch below?
Which of the following is not an example of asexual reproduction.
What is the picture shown below?
Ultimately,your sex was determined by your:
What is the sex of the individual shown in the diagram below?
The activity taking place in the photograph below is called:
The production of gametes results from the process known as
One egg parent cell results in:
The diploid number of chromosomes in humans is:
When cell undergo mitosis the resulting daughter cells:
Which of the following plants is nonvascular?
The ___ stage of a fern is a tiny plant that produces eggs and sperms.
Each moss plant has slender, hairlike threads of cells called ___ that help hold the plant in place.
Moss plants have
Which group of plants has a gametophyte that is usually shaped like a tiny heart?
Ferns have underground stem called a ___.
Which group of plants is represented by only about 15 living species?
Which group of plants has a sporophyte that looks like a tiny palm tree or umbrella?
Which group of plants produces spores in spore cases on the underside of its leaves?
Seedless vascular plants include ferns, horsetails, and ___.
Flowing plants, such as apple trees and daisies, ___.
A seed is made up of
Sunflowers, peanuts, and peas are all examples of
Dicots always have two
Cycads, conifers, gnetophytes, and ginkgoes are
___ provide animals and humans with the food they need to survive.
Monocots have
All angiosperms produce which of the following structures?
Which group of gymnosperms consists of evergreens with needle-shapes leaves?
Pine tree resin is used to produce
Woody stems
Roots
In a flower, petal function to
The green bottom ring of a flower that protects an immature flower when it is a bud is made up of
The rounded base of the pistle is called the
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about leaves?
Pollen grains collect on the ___ of a flower, which is often sticky or feathery.
The center of a flower contains one or more female reproductive structures called ___.
Water enters a plant by passing through the ___ of a root and into the ___.
___ typically absorb water that is close to the soil surface.
Which statement about cells is part of the cell theory?
A complex multicellular organism has different levels of organization. What is the order of these levels?
What is the function of the genetic material in a cell?
The fats, oils, and waxes found in living things are know as
In fermentation, cells release energy without
The movement of materials across a cell membrane, requiring energy, is called
If a starfish is cut in half, it can regrow its missing body through
The stage in a cell's life when it is not in the process of dividing is called?
Proteins are made up of a sequence of
Which group includes the most species?
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The process responsible for the moving material downslope under the influence of gravity is called
What is the force behind mass movements?
What is a voyageur?
What was the job of the fur trader otherwise known as a wintering partner?
What is a metis?
What was the role of the Native American women in the fur trade?
Who was boss over a clerk?
Why did the French have less of a hand in the fur trade business in America after 1763?
What war led to the end of all foreigners being involved in the fur trade in the United States?
What article of clothing was most popular during the fur trade?
What kind of items did the Native Americans trade for in the fur trade?
Who was Daniel Greysolon?
able to be seen
saying or doing something over and over
to wear or wash away very slowly
very small bits or pieces
an arrangement of parts that fit together
something that is made or formed
a touching or meeting of things
a slight wetness caused by water or another liquid
Which word has the OPPOSITE meaning of the word moisture?
The ___________ of the beating drum gave me a headache.
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Chargaff's rules state that the amount of ______________ in DNA is always equal to the amount of guanine.
________________ allows scientists to transfer genes from one organism to another.
________________ is a tool for tracing a genetic trait through generations of a family.
Examples of chemical ___________ include asbestos and chemicals found in cigarette smoke; these substances often lead to mutations in the DNA sequence of an individual's cells.
The code for a given amino acid consists of ____________ base(s).
What materials make up each nucleotide in a DNA molecule?
Most genetic disorders, such as sickle cell anemia, are due to a
A complementary strand to the DNA sequence TAGTCA would be
Which of the following statements is FALSE?
Genetic engineering is currently used to
What are the three types of mutations?
All mutations are harmful.
When DNA replicates itself, the DNA molecule first splits down the middle, then the bases on each strand pair up with other nucleotides, creating two identical DNA molecules.
Rosalind Franklin's X-ray images showed DNA to have a linear shape.
In incomplete dominance, each of the two alleles that determine a trait has its own degree of influence.
A protein is a long string of ________________.
A strand of DNA is a long string of _____________________.
A disorder is known as ______________ if the child must receive an allele for the disease from each parent in order to have the disease.
A change in the order of bases in DNA is called a _________________.
A physical or chemical agent that causes damage to DNA is a __________________.
In a DNA molecule, which of the following bases pair together?
A gene is
DNA
In incomplete dominance
Watson and Crick
Which of the follwoing is NOT a step in making a protein?
Genes are made of subunits known as ______________________.
What would the complementary stand of DNA be for the following sequence of bases? CTAGTGCTATCCA
Nucleotides are made of
The DNA code is translated into proteins in the _____________.
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Define 'Guillotine'
Define 'Kedge'
Define 'Frigate'
What happened on July 4, 1826?
How did William Henry Harrison earn the nickname 'Old Tippecanoe'?
What promises did the white men fail to keep with the Indians as they progressed westward?
Because of the relative peace and prosperity of the country, what name did people give the period of Monroe's presidency?
During the battle of Baltimore Harbor, how long did the British continuously bombard Fort McHenry?
The Barbary States were located in what region of the world?
Where did slaves in the Deep South go to escape?
Why did people living in the Northeast (New England) want to avoid war with the British in 1812?
Why did Tecumseh's name mean 'The Panther Passing Across'?
What was the difference between the White Stick and Red Stick Creek Indians?
What building did the British burn down during the War of 1812?
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The Bourbon Triumvirate was considered an important group in Georgia after Reconstruction. Which best describes the members of this group?
How did the New Deal programs of the 1930's have a lasting effect on the Georgia economy?
How did WWI create new opportunites for Georgia women?
Why did federal troops occupy Georgia for a third time in 1869?
What effect did the poll tax, literacy test, and white primaries have on black voters in the South during the early twentieth century?
After Reconstruction, why was there a white backlash in Georgia against the Republican Party?
By the 1990's the majority of Georgia's population lived
In the South after the Civil War, which of the following enforced segregation in public accomodations?
In which area would you most likely find Kaolin?
How did the Agricultural Adjustment Act of President Roosevelt's "New Deal" aid Georgia's farmers?
What is the function of the nucleus?
Which of the following are in BOTH animal and plant cells?
Which of the following are ONLY in a plant cell?
What is the function of the cell wall?
How is a plant cell different than a animal cell?
Comparing a cell to a school, which of the following organelles is most like the storage room?
Some single cell organisms have hair-like structures that surround the cell. What is the function of these structures?
What is the function of the mitochondria?
What can the endoplasmic reticulum be compared to?
Comparing a cell to a school, which of the following organelle is most like the principal's office?
Parrots, herons, and sparrows are
This organism belongs to what
What kind of worm is this?
This animal is a(n)
Which classification is correct
Paired statements to help organize organisms.
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Sponges reproduce by
Uses stringing cells to capture their prey
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What is an example of a reference point?
To calculate the average speed, you must:
What would the graph of no motion look like?
What does constant speed look like on a graph?
Which type of force has NO MOTION?
What should you always look at when reading a graph?
A car went 100 miles in 2 hours. What is the average speed of the car?
What type of force happens when objects rub against each other?
A place or object used for comparison to determine if an object is in motion is called
When a distance from an object is changing, the object
Which land policy granted men between 200 & 1,000 acres of land?
Which 2 present-day states were part of the land involved in the Yazoo land sale?
Which GA governor signed the Yazoo Act in 1795?
Two factors that contributed to the growth of the population of enslaved people in GA were
Which was one way GA politicians thought to secure western GA?
Which two factors influenced those eligible for GA's land lotteries of the 1800's?
What did the U.S. promise to do as part of the agreement to reverse the Yazoo land sale?
The invention of the cotton gin made it necessary for plantation owners to use more
What did the Lousiana Purchase give farmers access to?
Who invented the cotton gin?
Energy from the sun causes which of the following?
Why does the equator get more solar energy?
Why do surface ocean currents bend as they flow?
How do we get winds?
Air moving from the North Pole to the Equator turns west. Why?
The deflection of wind and water caused by Earth's rotation is called...
In a temperature inversion, cool air is trapped near the ground by a layer of...
What effect can a temperature inversion have on a large city.
What is the average salinity of ocean water?
Air rising near the equator results in...
Which is a main part of the cell theory?
The scientist who first described microscopic organisms in pond water.
This is the simplest group of cells, it is a cell membrane around a small amount of genetic material and other parts loose in the cytoplasm
This kind of cell includes those that have a cell wall and may have chloroplasts:
The structure in all cells that is essential to maintain homeostasis by selecting what goes in or out:
Tiny grain-like organelle that makes proteins is the
Not all plant parts have choloplasts. Which is a place you might NOT find chloroplasts?
Nerve cells that need to pump ions out of the cell have many mitochondria. What is the reason for this recih supply of mitochondria?
The green pill-like organelle that produces sugar by absorbing sunlight and carbon dioxide.
Scientist who found all parts of the plant had similar cells, and found similar cells in all plants.
Which is an example of an incline plane?
Which is the best example of Newton's 1st Law of Motion - object in motion stays in motion, object at rest stays at rest?
Which is the best example of Newton's 2nd Law of Motion - Acceleration X Mass = Force?
Which is the best example of Newton's 3rd Law of Motion - every action has an opposite and equal reaction?
Which of the following is an example of lever?
Which of the following is an example of screw?
Which is an example of a wheel and axle?
Which is an example of a wedge?
Sir Isacc Newton's 1st law states that an object in motion stays in motion and an object at rest stays at rest unless...
Sir Isacc Newton's 2nd Law of Motion states that for every action, there is...
When I am trying to determine the conflict in a story, I should mainly focus on...
What is theme in literary texts?
If a story is set in the past and uses a mixture of factual and fictional details, it can best be classified as what genre?
What are the characteristics of a myth?
How do good readers identifty an author's tone about a subject/ topic?
How can I determine that a story is told from the first person point of view?
How can I determine that a story is told from the third person point of view?
In which genre do good readers expect to find stanzas, figurative language, and rhyme and/or repetition?
In which genre do good readers expect to find a cast, set, and stage directions?
In which genre do good readers expect to find talking animals, gods and goddesses, and a moral to the story?
The ability to produce heat or do work
Energy stored because of its composition
State change from solid to liquid
State change from liquid to gas
Heat of enthalpy is a positive number
System plus the surroundings
The SI unit for energy
If the enthalpy change for 1 mole of water is 6.01, what is the change for 2 moles of water?
If the enthalpy change for 1 mole of water is 6.01, what is the change for 3 moles of water?
The heat required to melt one mole of a solid substance
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Who taught Alexander the Great ?
What age did Alexander the Great became king ?
At what age did Alexander the Great die?
Where was Alexander the Great born in?
What month did Alexander the Great die in?
What year was Alexander the Great was born?
What year did alexander the great die?
What did Dereous do after being defeated by Alexender the great?
What is a naturally occurring, solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter?
Which of the following is NOT considered to be a rock?
Which of the following is NOT one of the three types of rock?
If granite undergoes high temperatures and high pressures deep within Earth, what type of rock will be formed? Assume that the granite doesn't melt.
What type of rock should occur in the part of the rock cycle after magma cools?
What process or processes would be occuring in the rock cycle for sediment to turn into a sedimentary rock?
What type of rock should occur in the rock cycle after sediment is cemented and compacted?
All the energy that drives Earth's rock cycle comes from ____.
Which of the foloowing represents the correct order of the processes involved in sedimentary rock formation?
Fossils are only found in ____.
Sedimentary rocks with ripple marks suggest that the rocks formed ____.
Which of the following is NOT an agent of metamorphism?
Which of the following changes may occur during metamorphism?
A foliated metamorphic rock froms when crystals ___.
A metamorphic rock can be classified according to its ____.
Which of the following is true about rocks?
What type of rocks are formed by processes powered by the sun?
Where is the energy source found that drives the processes that for igneous and metamorphic rocks?
Which of the following is a use for fossils found in sedimentary rocks?
Which of the following planets is closest to the Sun?
The sun is made up of _____________.
Which of the following does the moon have?
Which planet in our solar system is the furthest from the Sun?
The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of ____________.
The spinning of a planet on its axis is know as _______________.
The moon revolves around ___________________.
The Earth and the moon both have ___________________
The Earth takes _____________ to revolve around the Sun.
The moon takes about _____________ to revolve around the Earth.
Seasons change due to ___________________.
Day and night on Earth occurs due to _______________.
During a new moon, ________________.
The change of the moon from a new moon to a full moon is called __________.
The change of the moon from a full moon to a new moon is called _____________.
The moon is ___________ the size of the Earth.
The moon's gravitational pull causes _____________________.
The Earth has ________ times as much gravity as the moon.
________________ is the largest planet in our solar system.
Sunspots are _____________
What are the building blocks of Minerals?
What is a naturally, occuring, inorganic solid with an orderly crystalline structure and a definite chemical composition?
Why is ice in a glacier concidered to be a mineral, but water from a glacier is not?
Minerals are classified by ____.
All minerals in the sulfate and sulfide groups contain what element?
Whic of the following properties is generally the least useful in identifying minerals?
The appearance or quality of light reflected from the surface of a mineral is called ___.
The resistance of a mineral to being scratched is called ___.
The color of the powdered form of a mineral is called ___.
Mohs scale is used to determine what property of minerals?
The tendency of mineras to break along smooth flat surfaces is called ___.
What is the uneven breakage of a mineral called?
What is the density of a mineral?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of minerals?
Mineral formation caused by high pressures and high temperatures would most likely occur in which of the following environments?
Which of the following is an example of a renewable resources?
Renewable resources ____.
Which of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource?
The advantages of solar energy include the fact that it is ____.
Hydroelectric power is produced by ___.
How is tidal power harnessed?
Fresh water is used for which of the following?
Which of the following is NOT a land resource?
In which decade were the first important laws passed to decrease water pollution?
The Clean Water Act ___.
What is the most important law passed to deal with air pollution?
Compost helps preserve the health of soil because it ___.
The process that occurs when physical forces break rock into small pieces without changing the rock's chemical composition is called ____.
Which of the following weathering process involves the constant freezing and thawing of water?
Which of the following is NOT associated with mechanical weathering?
What is one of the drawbacks to the extensive use of solar energy?
What is the source of geothermal energy?
The gradual rounding of the corners and edges of angular blocks of rock is called ____.
Which of these factors affect the rate of weathering?
Which of the following statements best describes a slump?
When water freezes, its volume ____.
The smallest particle of an element that still retains all the element's properties is a(n) ___.
What is the difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixture?
What is the systematic and logical approach to discovering how things in the universe work
What is a change that alters the form or appearance of matter, but doesn't make any substances into a different substance
What state of matter has neither definite shape nor definite volume?
What part of an experiment is the variable that is being tested and is changed by the experiment
Which of the following is NOT a state of matter?
Which part of the experiment is the part of the experiment that is affected by the variable which is changed
What state of matter has a definite shape and volume?
What is a change in matter that produces one or more new substances?
Which state of matter has does not have a definite shape but has a definite volume
Which of the following is the order of the scientific method?
Which of the following is the result of chemical weathering?
Whenever the characteristics and chemical composition of weathered materials have been altered, they have undergone ___.
Which of the following is NOT a factor that affects the rate of weathering rocks?
Chemical weathering would be ____.
The rate of soil erosion depends on ___.
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Place on phase diagram in which all phases can coexisist
When frost forms on a windshield on a cold morning, water has gone from a ____ to a ____ state.
In the fusion of a liquid, water goes from a solid to a liquid. Energy is _____ and the process is ____.
In vaporization, water changes from a liquid to a gas. Energy is _____ and the change is ____.
Which is the correct conversion factor?
Which is the correct conversion factor?
The phase change from a liquid to a gas is called ____________ and is ________.
The phase change from a gas to a liquid is named ____________ and is ____________.
The phase change from ____ to ____ is called deposition and is _____.
The phase change from _____ to a ____ is called freezing and is __________.
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23/7 =
3 and 1/6 =
4 and 2/3 =
62/10 =
Congruent figures have
2 boys have rectangular rooms with the same perimeter. Are the rooms congruent?
A line of symmetry has sides that are exactly alike.
An example of a line of symmetry would be:
1 and 1/2 plus 2 and 1/2 =
Water in gas form is called __________.
Heat is measured in units called __________.
When water is freezing, the temperature __________.
Pure water freezes at __________ В° C
Oil floats on water because it is __________.
Which of the following is an example of density?
Which of the following statements about water is true?
Water can form drops because of __________.
Which form of water has the lowest density?
Because of water's __________, it cools more slowly than sand.
What were the two main countries of the Cold War?
What 1989 event signified the end of Communism in Europe?
What happened to East Germany after World War II?
What is the American policy to stop the spread of Communism called?
What was the plan to send massive financial aid to Europe after WWII called?
What happened during the Cuban Missile Crisis?
What happend to Japan after WWII?
Why is the state of tension between the Soviet Union and the United States known as the Cold War?
The United States helped South Korea in the Korean War. What country eventually sided with North Korea because they were both Communist?
How did Americans feel about being involved in the Vietnam War?
Seventy-seven percent of Earth's freshwater is __________.
Water found underground in layers of rock and sediment is called __________.
Wells are drilled into underground __________.
Atmospheric water vapor helps keep Earth warm by __________.
Water droplets form when water vapor __________.
Water returns to the atmosphere by the process of __________.
Plants depend on __________ to grow.
Letter I is ______________.
Letter L is ________________.
Letter K is ________.
The North was mainly an ________society in which people held jobs.
What are tariffs?
Who wanted the tariffs?
Northerners believed that slavery should be abolished because it was:
What was the result of the Missouri Compromise?
What was the Compromise of 1850?
What was the result of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
What happened after Lincoln became president?
What event marked the beginning of the Civil War?
Lincoln issued the
The human body is nearly __________ percent water.
Water moves up plant stems by __________.
About 41 percent of the water in the United States is used for __________.
Water used for irrigation can come from all of the following EXCEPT __________.
Boating and water skiing are examples of water used for __________.
Approximately __________ percent of Earth's water is freshwater available for human use.
Using less water when you shower is an example of water __________.
Mulching the ground around plants and installing drip tubes above plant roots are examples of conservation methods used in __________.
Letter C is _____________.
Letter B is _______________.
Which are characteristics of the Great Plains in the late 19th century?
Which is a Northeast state?
One reason for westward expansion was for
A hope for better opportunities, religious freedom, to escape from oppressive governments, and adventure are all reasons for
Who believed equality could be achieved through vocational education and accepted social separation?
Which pair is incorrect?
What was NOT a result of the Progressive Movement?
One of the reasons for the Spanish American war was because of the sinking of this ship in Havana Harbor.
At the end of WWI, President Woodrow Wilson gave his Fourteen Points. What was a major part of his plan?
What cause the United States to enter WWI?
Prohibition was a constitutional amendment that made it illegal to manufacture, transport, and sell alcoholic beverages. What is the number of the amendment?
The movement of African Americans to northern cities in search of jobs is known as
Who wrote the Grapes of Wrath - a novel about the strength of poor migrant workers during the 1930s?
What Harlem Renaissance poet combined his experiences of African and American culture?
What happened after the stock market crashed, the Federal Reserve failed to prevent the collapse of the banking system, and high tarrifs strangled international trade?
Social Security, Federal work programs, and farm assisstance programs are all characteristics of what?
What were some causes of World War II?
Which pair is incorrect about World War II?
What was the turning point of World War II in Europe?
What was characterized by the imprisonment and killing of Jews and others in concentration camps?
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We use a scale to measure
Why do we use the metric system in science class?
What unit would we use to measure your mass?
Dahlia wants to find the mass and volume of a small rock. What tools should she use?
The base unit of mass is
km is the abbreviation for
Units in the metric system are divided by
How many centimeters are in a meter?
Jaxon wants to know how much water is in his fish tank. What unit should he use?
Millimeters are the best unit to measure
What is the difference between mass and weight?
A frog was hungry. It saw a green bug. I bet that bug will taste good, thought the frog. With a flick of its tongue the frog ate the bug. Yuck! said thee frog. That bug tastes gross. What was the frog's hypothesis?
A frog was hungry. It saw a green bug. I bet that bug will taste good, thought the frog. With a flick of its tongue the frog ate the bug. Yuck! said thee frog. That bug tastes gross. What was the test
A frog was hungry. It saw a green bug. I bet that bug will taste good, thought the frog. With a flick of its tongue the frog ate the bug. Yuck! said thee frog. That bug tastes gross. What is the conclusion?
a graduated cylinder is __________ than a beaker.
A well-designed experiment should have a hypothesis.
The lead ball has a measured mass of 115 grams. This statement is
Which of these statements describes a trade-off?
On regarde un film dans ____.
Quelle ____ joue le rôle de Juliette?
Un ____ célèbre joue dans ce film.
Le film est en version orginale. Certains spectateurs lisent ____.
Jennifer aime les films ____, surtout les films français et italiens.
Je ne vais pas voir de films italiens ____ parce que je ne comprends pas l'italien.
Hier soir j'ai regardé un ____ sur les lions d'Afrique.
Tu aimes les ____ de Picasso?
Au théâtre, les spectateurs ont mangé des petits gâteaux pendant ____.
Au musée il y a ____ d'art moderne.
Slavery abolished
Freedom of Speech, Press, Religion
Prohibition of Alcohol
Jury trial in civil suits
Right to bear arms
Right to a lawyer
direct election of Senators
no search or seizure without warrant
African American men can vote
Right to remain silent and not self-incriminate
no cruel or unusual punishment
Federal income tax
civil rights for African Americans
Repealed amendment 18
voting rights for women
Placed a 2 term limit on the presidency
changed inauguration date from Mar. 20 to Jan 20
not required to house soldiers in times of peace
speedy, public trial
Your rights are not limited to what is mentioned in the Bill of Rights
What group led violent protests against taxation?
What word means to cancel something?
What act required colonists to house British troops?
What word is a synonym for freedom?
What was the name of the assembly that met in 1774 to oppose the Intolerable Acts?
What word means a written request signed by many people?
What act put a tax on glass, paper, paint and lead?
What word means a friend in the time of war?
Who helped start the Committees of Correspondence and the Sons of Liberty?
What word means a refusal to buy goods or services?
Where did the first battle of the American Revolution take place?
What was the name of the letter sent to King George III asking for peace and to repeal the Intolerable Acts?
Who was killed at the Boston Massacre?
What was the name given to someone who supported the king?
What forbade the British colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains?
Lightning danced across the sky. What is being personified?
The wind howled in the night. What is being personified?
The car complained as they key was turned. What human characteristic is the car given?
My alarm clock yells at me every morning. What is being personified?
The moon played hide and seek with the clouds. What human characteristic is the moon given?
My car's headlights winked at me. What is being personified?
Our vacuum hums a happy tune while it cleans. What is the human characteristic the vacuum is given?
My flowers were begging for water. What is being personified?
Hail pounded the houses and streets. What human characteristic is the hail given?
A non-human object, animal, or idea is given a human characteristic. What is it?
What act was put in place due to the Boston Tea Party?
What group was organized to keep the colonists informed of British actions?
What act taxed most items on paper?
What was the name given to colonists who were against King George III's rule?
Who rode out with Paul Revere to warn colonists that the British were coming?
Who was the king of England during the American Revolution?
What battle actually took place on Breed's Hill?
What are ordinary people who volunteer and train for battle?
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