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What happens when a pebble is dropped in a pond?
Predict what would happen to a mechanical wave if it did not transfer through a medium?
Sound waves would travel faster through
Sound waves would travel the slowest through
The only waves that can travel through space are?
The transfer of energy moving through a medium
Material that energy can transfer through
A wave in which the particles of the medium move perpendicularly to the way the wave is moving
A wave in which the particles of the medium vibrate parallel to the direction of the wave movement.
A wave, consisting of changing electric and magnetic fields, that is emitted by vibrating electrical charges and can travel through a vacuum
A wave that requires a medium to transfer its energy
Which sequence has the steps of inquiry in the correct order?
Which one is a QUANTITATIVE observation
Which one is an example of a QUALITATIVE observation
Mr Pickinpaugh is
A satellite image of a hurricane helps weather forecasters to
I am trying to clean my bathroom because it has mold. I was told to use Oxy Clean to get rid of it. I use Oxy Clean on half of the bathroom and water on the other half. The control is
Which of the following would make sure experimental results were valid?
Observing is what you can
Which of the following is a quantitative observation?
Homer's shower is covered in green slime. He sprays half of the shower with coconut oil and the other half with water to see what works better at getting rid of the slime. What is the Independent Variable in Homer's experiment?
What are the variables that do not change during each trial of an experiment?
What is the variable the experimenter is testing and changing?
A scientist put lime at the base of sunflower plant A and baking soda at the base of sunflower plant B. Sunflower plant A died, and sunflower plant B stayed healthy. What is the dependent variable?
Scientists test a hypothesis by
A weather map is an example of a
When a scientist shares his or her findings with other scientists, the scientist is
When you decide whether or not the data support the original hypothesis, you are
Your friends return form a kayak trip and they are dripping wet. What inference might you make?
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Once roll of pennies equals
When counting back money to a customer, you should always give the ______ amount of change.
In a cash drawer, the pennies go in the back, right corner.
One roll of nickels is equal to
One roll of quarters is equal to
There are 50 pennies in a roll.
Wholesalers that manage inventory and merchandising for a retailer by filling it in when needed and maintaining displays are called
A path a product takes from producer to final user is called
Business to Business Marketing is known as the Industrial Market.
When distributing a product to a limited number of outlets in a geographic region it's known as
The Puritans were better prepared than the Pilgrims because they
What did people who disagreed with the Puritans often do?
Philadelphia means
Who had their passage to the colonies paid for in exchange for 5-7 years of work?
Some colonists settled in the backcountry because
The length of the school day changed because
Most enslaved Africans lived on large plantations in the Southern colonies because
Colonists viewed English trade laws as
The people who benefited most from the triangular trade were
In the term triangular trade, the first word describes...
What does "freedom of press" mean?
Puritan families signed a ______________________, promising to follow the rules of the church.
Roger Williams believed that governments should ____________________ people with different religion views.
______________ is the practice of owning people and forcing them to work.
At the center of every Puritan village, was a grassy are known as _______________
_______________ rules are basic rules the settlers used to govern themselves.
Normally one cash crop is grown on a large farm, or _____________________
A cash crop commonly grown in Carolina was ______________-
When colonists made ______________, they were making laws.
The colonial _____________ was a lawmaking body guaranteed inthe charter of most of the colonies.
What is Geothermal Energy?
What is Geothermal Heat used for?
Where in Canada is there extensive Geothermal Potential?
What is Radioactive Decay?
What emissions are produced in the geothermal cycle?
What are the 2 primary sources?
What is Primordial Heat?
What else can Geothermal water heat?
Who uses volcanic activity to create heat?
When does the energy intensify?
Usted - Ud.
Ustedes - Uds.
How many days are in 1 year?
The motion the Earth makes as it orbits the sun is called
Earth rotating on its axis causes
The tilt of the Earth gives us
The study of all physical things beyond Earth is called
The shape the Earth takes as it orbits the sun is
During Summer the Earth
When there is equal amounts of daylight and night it is called
What force holds us on Earth and keeps planets in orbit around the sun?
How many times a year does a solstice occur? What days?
What does the term sex refer to based on feminist theory?
What does the term gender refer to based on feminist theory?
Gender roles are...
The term alpha bias refers to...
The term beta bias refers to...
Androgyny is a concept that...
Heterosexism is the concept that...
Homphobia refers to...
Consciousness-raising groups are...
Radical verses liberal feminist therapists
How long does it take for the moon to orbit the Earth once?
Our sun and the nine planets collectively is called
What two factors affect the strength of gravity?
The moon phase where the light is on the right and slightly illuminated is called a
Stars are born when this process takes place
The moon phase where the moon appears fully illuminated is called a
Huge clouds of gas and dust in space is called
Appoximately how old is our sun?
When a star explodes it is called a
The moon phase where the light is on the left and 3/4 illuminated is called a
Which explorer traveled through the southwestern part of the United States?
Which conquistador fought against the Aztecs in Mexico?
Which conquistador looked for the fountain of youth?
Where were explorers looking to find the Northwest Passage?
What was the result of Native Americans being exposed to diseases?
Some explorers wanted to reach the East Indies in order to
Which explorer sailed down the Mississippi River?
St. Augustine was the first permanent European settlement in
Which country did the Spanish attack at Fort Caroline?
Are you ready for the social studies test?
Don't go in __________!
I ____________ by a car accident on my way to school.
My grandpa is still living in the ___________.
They all failed _______ tests.
Did you just eat the _________ thing in one bite?
Don't _________ your wallet!
__________ always getting into trouble...
Every dog has ______ day.
____ still raining outside.
Stop playing with ________ food!
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A printer is what type of device?
What types of printers are the most common?
Print servers enable multiple clients to do what?
What are the primary types of hubs in the computing world?
What type of hub is a device that allows multiple computers to communicate with each other over a network?
What type of hub is a device that allows multiple peripherals to connect through a single USB port.
What does LAN stand for?
Most mid to large-sized businesses today use LANs, which makes it easy for employees to do what?
What acts like a coin sorting machine, allowing only authorized machines to connect to other computer systems?
What do you need in order to connect to the Internet?
What does ISDN stand for?
If Neon (Ne) has 10 protons in each atom. Which of the following also describes an atom of Neon.
Which statement best describes the part of an atom we refer to as the electron cloud?
In looking at a model of an Oxygen atom you see that it contains 8 electrons. How many protons should it have if it is considered a stable element?
Which of the following subatomic particles can be found inside the nucleus of an atom?
Which of the following best describes the current model of an atom?
Ernest Rutherford conducted an experiment using Gold (Au) foil. From his experiment he concluded which of the following?
An element with atomic number of 16 and atomic mass of 33 has how many neutrons in each atom?
What accounts for most of the mass of an atom?
Which best represents how electrons are arranged in the energy levels of a Lithium (Li) atom?
Which distinguishes an atom of one element from an atom of a different element?
What is a path of a moving point through space?
What is NOT an element of art?
What has height and width can can be geometric or organic?
What is the area around, above, below or beneath an object?
What is derived from reflected light?
What has height, width and depth and describes object in 3-dimensions?
What describes how something feels or looks as if it might feel?
What describes the lightness or darkness of an object?
Which of the following is an element used only with flat art?
Which is one way to describe space in a 3-D artwork like sculpture?
She works at Wal-Mart every day
They study for the test
You watch TV in your house.
I talk to my girlfriend after school
They use a calculator in math class.
Arturo dances with María at the party.
We sing in choir every day.
I need a computer for Spanish class.
My friend drives to KF.
She dances with the Golddusters at KF.
My friend and I watch football on TV
You prepare your food.
I study at the library in Klein Forest.
My mom doesn't work at Klein Oak!
What's my name?
What school are we in?
What is today
What test are we taking?
In the Print dialog box, which area provides a user with a list of available printers?
Which of the following hidden formatting symbol represents a single space in a document?
Which Microsoft Word tab contains the Print command?
All the living things with which an organisms interacts.
Non-living factors including temperature, soil type, and water availabitlity
The area where an organism lives
All the physical and biological condtions in which an organism lives and the way in which the organism uses those condtions
A group of different species that live together in one area
All of the organisms as well as the climate, soil, water, rocks and other nonliving things in a given area.
A group of the same species that lives in one area
A major regional or global community of organisms characterized by the climate conditions and plant communities that thrive there
Which of the following represents the levels of organization in the environment.
A series of predictable changes that occurs in a community over time is called
Use the Didtributive Property to find the product of 8(98)
Evaluate 4a +6b +7 when a=2 and b=3
Simplify. 16 +5b+3b+9
the quotient of a number and 7
5 less than the product of 7 and s
what property is (r+s)+t = r+(s+t)
Which phrase represents the expression 7x + 2?
Which expression is equal to five less than a number multiplied by 3
The side length of an equilateral triangle is 3x - 2. Which expression represents the perimeter of the triangle?
Simplify the expression 3a+6b-a-3b
You push a block to the right, what direction does friction push
You push a block with a force of 10N to the left. I help and also push with a force of 10N to the left what is the total net force on the block
You push a block with a force of 15N East. Your mom comes and pushes the same block with a force of 10N west. What is the net force on the block
which has more friction? pushing a block on tile or pushing a block on carpet
a car accelerates from 30m/s to 40m/s in 10sec what is your rate of acceleration
a car goes from 45m/s to 30m/s in 5seconds what is its rate of acceleration
which weighs more a jar of MnMs on the moon or on earth
which has more mass. a jar of MnMs on Earth or the Moon
If the sun were to dissapear what direction would the earth move
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____________ finished, aren't you?
_____________ amateurs compared to us.
His fastball went _________ the fence!
Give me a _________!
I will try my best ____________ of how I fell.
____________ is the house that belongs to them
__________ writing is improving.
_____ impossible to win.
_______, I didn't _______ the answer.
__________ never going to win _________ freedom.
What three things did Arthur think he needed for a perfect Christmas?
Why couldn't Francine go to Muffy's Christmas party?
What did Arthur buy his mother for Christmas?
Why is this Christmas different for Buster?
What holiday does the Brain celebrate with his family?
Which word best describes Uncle Fred?
What did Arthur's dad decide to make for Christmas dinner?
What did DW put on the Christmas tree?
What did DW receive for Christmas?
What happened at the end of the book?
13 + 17 =
30 - 17 =
25 + 25 =
16 + 16 =
32 - 16 =
What does it me to EXPLAIN your answer?
What are the four operations in math
Do we use math everyday
The letters MPH mean
SYMBOLISM can be best defined as:
The words drip, swish, whine and belch, are all examples of which literary element?
“When a nonhuman object is given a human characteristic.” What literary device does this phrase best define?
An expression used in everyday language that has a different meaning from the literal meanings of the individual words that make up the expression.” This definition best describes
“Terry has millions of friends,” is an example of
Which of the following is an example of alliteration?
“Those girls sang like song birds,” is an example of
“The kids running upstairs sounded like a herd of elephants” is an example of
“A comparison of two or more unlike things NOT using like or as.” This definition best defines
IMAGERY can be best defined as:
“I did a ton of work today,” is an example of
A SIMILE can best be defined as
“Jim ran like a deer” is an example of
I am so hungry I could eat a horse. This statement can best be defined as a
The phrase, “between a rock and a hard place” is an example of which literary device?
“The lonely chair sat sadly in the corner,” is an example of
“The books slept quietly on the shelf, patiently waiting for the next reader” is an example of
“I will die if we don’t win the Super Bowl this year,” is an example of
“The use of a word that imitates sound.” This definition best describes
“To Mike, Ms. Rooney’s 8th grade class was a prison” is an example of
“An exaggeration of the truth that is used for emphasis or effect.” This definition best describes
“Sue sold six shells to Sam for seven snails,” is an example of
PERSONIFICATION is a figure of speech that:
“Taylor is a tiger on the basketball court” is an example of
Since he was 15 minutes late, Jack knew he was toast when he got home,” is an example of
ALLITERATION can be defined as
“The sun smiled brightly as the children ran through the park” is an example of
"Time flies when you're having fun" is an example of
The bigger they are, the harder they fall. This sentence contains an example of
ASSONANCE can be best defined as:
The dog days of summer made the street look like a ghost town. This is contains an example of all of these literary devices except
“The same sound repeated in a series of words.” This definition best describes
There was a roar from the crowd when the home team scored. This contains an example of which literary device?
Everyone stood as she walked down the aisle in her white gown. This is an example of:
Which word list has examples of assonance:
Which of the following is an example of assonance:
Which of the following is NOT an example of alliteration?
The bigger they are, the harder they fall. This sentence contains an example of
Define glanced.
What is something that can comfort us
Define longed
The doctor told her to stay home because she could be _______.
What is an example of something contagious?
Define unexpected
Define prescription
Define contagious.
Define comfort
Define attention
Anna _____ out the window and saw a bee flying.
It gives me great _______ when I drink hot chocolate.
Dr. Goodlow wrote a _____ for some medicine for my stomach ache.
During the hot summer, we _____ for winter.
The nurse told the sick girl to stay home because she might be _____.
Do not pay any _______ to what is happening outside the classroom.
The surprise dinner was ________ by my Grandma.
What is the opposite of longed?
What is the opposite of glanced
What is the opposite of unexpected?
Adjusting the horizontal spacing between pairs of characters to move them closer or farther apart is called:
Lines that control the flow of text within columns and keep text out of the gutter are called:
Placing an illustration near the article that it depicts follows which design principle?
Examples of calming (cool) colors are:
CMYK refers to the color identification process used for images that will be:
Lines that indicate the space between the edge of the page and the document contents are called:
This desktop publishing design feature contains the name of the publisher and may include staff names or other information.
The mixture of a color with white which increases lightness is called:
The mixture of a color with black which reduces lightness is called:
A line which identifies the author of an article is called a/an:
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Which of the following is an example of system software?
Which of the following is NOT one of the four basic operations of a computer?
Which of the following is an output device?
Which of the following software maintenance steps erases gaps caused by deleting files from the hard drive?
Eric's computer slows down when he opens several computer programs. Why does this happen?
In a PC, which of the following components stores the BIOS?
Joe's computer crashed and now he is looking for a replacement. Which of the following criteria is the least important?
Networks enable users to do all EXCEPT which of the following?
Which of the following is a network designed to a serve a town or city?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a web browser?
Which of the following is NOT a benefit of the internet?
What is the main circuit board inside the computer called?
If the questions is in the ELLOS form, answer in . . .
If the question is in the ELLA form, answer in . . .
If the question is in the TÚ form, answer in . . .
If the questions is in the UDS. form, answer in . . .
If the questions is in the VOSOTROS form, answer in . . .
If the question is in the UD. form, answer in . . .
If the question is in the ELLAS form, answer in . . .
If the question is in the ÉL form, answer in . . .
¿Hablan Uds. español?
¿Vives tú en Indiana?
¿Comen Uds. almuerzo en la escuela?
¿Escribe ella en la clase de inglés?
¿Saléis vosotros con amigos?
¿Estudian ellos para el examen?
¿Usa él la computadora en la clase de EP?
Remember, maintaining accounts for a long time demonstrates _______to lenders.
The Five C's of Credit are factors that determine your creditworthiness
If the person that gets the loan doesn't pay the person that cosigned the loan will have to
many different people will use your credit history , they include
work for banks and other financial lending institutions. They assist consumers and businesses in applying for and receiving loans and mortgages
that lenders lend money only to those individuals or businesses that are most likely to pay them back. This type of borrower is known as a
Another tool a lender uses to determine your creditworthiness is your ________. This three-digit number is calculated by looking at the data in the credit report.
You can see why a bank would want to know about a person's credit history. They want to know if you are _________.
A _________is someone who signs a lease or loan with you. This person agrees to pay the bill if you do not
_______ refers to savings and other assets you own
many different people will use your credit history to make decisions about you. This includes
A nonliving part of an ecosystem
A living part of an ecosystem
An animal that eats another animal
The maximum population size that an area can support
All the living things in an ecosystem
Any animal that eats plants or other plant-eating animals
an organism that makes its own food
any of the fungi or bacteria, or animals that break down dead plant and animals into useful things like minerals and rich soilmals into
An animal eats plants, algae and other producers
an animal that eats both plants and animals
The studyof living things
The zone of planet Earth where life exists
A medicine used to save lives
A diet thought to help people live longer because it focuses on natural foods
The removal of living tissue from the body for further examination
A piece of writing written by a person about his or her own life
The study of the nervous system of living things
A piece of writing about a person's life written by someone else
A person who studies living things
How two different living organisms live together and depend on each other
The doctor studies neurobiology, therefore he is studying the
Fill in the blank. The ------ is researching black beats.
The ____________ helped the boy recover from the brain eating infection.
A _________________ diet is one that focuses on the person eating natural foods.
The tissue was removed during the ___________ in order to see if it had any cancerous cells.
__________________ is the relationship between two different living things that shows they are dependent on one another.
A __________________ wanted to study the entire swan population.
The teacher wanted to write a ________________ about her former students' lives.
los alumnos/correr
tú y Juanita/vender
los compañeros de clase y yo/escribir
Desalination is ....
Aquifers are....
water is scarce in the Middle East due to...
Most nomads use this method to help with water.
Oil is made
TX, CA, LA, OK and what other state have oil
Oil was found in the Middle East in.....
OPEC controls about ______ of the world's oil
Oil became high in demand when......
What is NOT a method of desalination?
Another word for oil is
What do you have when two or more computers are connected to each other?
Which way(s) computer networks can be connected:
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The kinetic energy of an object increases as its __________ increases.
The amount of energy it takes to raise the temperature of 1g of a material 1 Celsius degree is…
Thermal Energy is measured in…
As the temperature of a material decreases, the average _____________ of its particles also decreases
A material that reduces the flow of heat by conduction, convection, and radiation is
All of the following are good conductors of heat except…
The transfer of energy that does NOT require matter is…
Energy from the sun travels to Earth as…
Which of the following would be the best insulator?
When you touch a cold piece of ice with your finger, energy flows
Heat energy travels from an object with a high…
Which of the following normally warms up faster when heat is applied?
a substance that heats up relatively quickly has a…
The fact that a thermometer “takes its own temperature” illustrates…
Heat energy is measure in units of…
The moderate temperatures of islands throughout the world has much to do with water’s
Ice has a lower density than water because ice
Compared to a giant iceberg, a hot cup of coffee has
Ice tends to form at the
When an iron ring is heated, the hole becomes
As a piece of metal with a hole in it cools, the diameter of the hole
When a bimetallic bar made of copper and iron strips is heated, the bar bends toward the iron strip. The reason for this is…
Consider a sample of water at 0C. If the temperature is slightly increased, the volume of water…
When water at 4C is heated it expands. When water at 4C is cooled, it
The fact that desert sand is very hot in the day and very cold at night is evidence that sand has a
a substance can absorb heat energy by the process of…
Metals are both good heat conductors and also good electrical conductors because of the…
A good heat conductor is a…
Energy transfer by convection is restricted to
The higher the temperature of an object, the
If you were caught in freezing weather with only a candle for heat, you would be warmer in
The reason the Sun’s radiant energy is of shorter wavelengths than the Earth’s is because the Sun
The planet Earth loses heat mainly by
Evaporation is a cooling process and condensation is a
Evaporation is a cooling process because
Steam burns are more damaging than burns cause by boiling water because steam
We feel uncomfortably warm on a muggy day because water molecules are
We are warmed by condensation because water molecules in the air that strike our bodies
When heat is added to boiling water, the water temperature
When a gas is changed to a liquid phase, the gas
Main job of the legislative branch?
Supreme Court's power to declare laws unconstitutional is known as
The Great Compromise focused on
Name of the group of people who supported ratification of the Constitution.
The Articles of Confederation....
The constitutional system that divides power between the national and state governments is
A territory could apply for statehood, under the Northwest Ordinance, after it
Shays' Rebellion
The Virginia Plan called for
Changes to the Constitution are called
Which of the following is NOT a principle of the cell theory?
The cell theory does NOT apply to
Which of the following is NOT found in the nucleus?
Which of the following statements about the nucleus is NOT true?
Which organelle breaks down organelles that are no longer useful?
Which structures are involved in cell movement?
Which organelles are involved in energy conversion?
Which of the following is a function of the cell membrane?
Diffusion occurs because
Which list represents the levels of organization in a multicellular organism from the simplest level to the most complex level?
Gregor Mendel was a __________?
Mendel did most of his experiments with _____________?
When Mendel crossed a tall plant with a short plant,(P Generation), the following generation (f1) were?
Mendel discovered what he called Factors, that determine traits. Today we call these.
What traits of the Pea Plants did Medel study?
Each gene has two _________, that are different forms of that gene.
Why did Mendel not enjoy the fame of being called the Father of Genetics?
In Genetics what is a Hybrid?
What is a dominant trait?
What is a Recessive trait?
Which 8th Amendment right is being violated in the drawing of the man hanging from the chains?
How many states need to ratify an amendment before it can become part of the Constitution?
Which amendment is being violated in the picture of the soldier sitting on the couch?
Which right is not protected by the Sixth Amendment?
According to the interpretation of the 4th Amendment, what legal document is required prior to a search.
The National Rifle Association actively promotes which amendment?
Which individual is most responsible for crafting the Bill of Rights?
Powers not given to the national government by the Constitution are reserved for the
Which branch of the government is responsible for protecting the Bill of Rights?
The job of the grand jury is to
What is 3 X 11?
What is 3 X 2?
What is 3 X 3?
What is 3 X 4?
What is 3 X 12?
What is 3 X 6?
What is 3 X 7?
What is 3 X 8?
What is 3 X 9?
What is 3 X 10?
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What job did Paul Bunyan do?
What does the word ADMIRATION mean?
What was the name of Paul Bunyan's blue ox?
Which character was raised by coyotes?
Pecos Bill was said to be the greatest ________ that ever lived.
What does the word TAME mean?
Which character was born with a hammer in his hand?
Who did John Henry compete against in a steel-driving competition?
What are FEATS?
Which character could drive a train before he could walk?
Casey Jones is a famous _______.
What does the word LEGENDARY mean?
What do tall tales have in common?
Paul Bunyan and Babe worked together to pull the twists and turns out of a river.
Families traveled to the west looking for new homes.
John Henry worked longer and faster than a steam drill.
Cows will not make milk and chickens will not lay eggs if they hear a train whistle.
The most important human uses of the ocean.
The beginning of oceanography is dated to the ______________,
What event began the advancement and government funding of oceanography?
In addition to warfare, advancements in oceanography received more funding for _____.
Which of the following sciences is most likely useful while study oceanography?
A side view is a point of view used in diagrams, also known as _____.
A bird's-eye view is a point of view used in diagrams, also known as _____.
The _______ ocean is the smallest and shallowest ocean.
The __________ ocean is the second largest ocean.
The _________ is mostly in the southern hemisphere.
When they are placed in the same container, oil and water do NOT mix because
Which of the following is NOT an organic molecule?
The building block of organic compounds contain the element
Which of the following is an example of a carbohydrate?
Polysaccharides are
Plants store glucose in the form of
Which of the following is a carbohydrate?
Lipids are
All of the following are examples of lipids except
Which molecules are most closely related to lipids?
Which of the following molecules are most closely related to proteins?
Veinte más doce son
Quince más catorce son
noventa y uno más cuatro
tres más cinco son
cero más uno es
once más doce son
sesenta más veintinueve son
ochenta más cinco son
quince más siete son
cuarenta más sesenta son
dos más quince son
tres más noventa y tres son
cero más cero son
treinta y uno más veintiuno son
trece más trece son
Cincuenta y siete más tres son
Ocho más cuatro son
Setenta y cinco más once son
Countries which border the Persian Gulf such as Kuwait have very limited fresh water supplies. Many are forced to search for water from other sources such as
) The water supply in the Middle East is being threatened by climate changes, shrinking aquifers, and overpopulation. What is MOST LIKELY the biggest challenge in finding a way for the nations there to cooperate to solve these problems?
which country would be MOST likely to face a water crisis?
Which of these would have the GREATEST impact on the daily lives of people in the country of Jordan?
Why does Saudi Arabia lead the Middle East region in the production and export of oil?
) Which group was formed in 1960 to control the price and amount of oil that would be produced by Middle Eastern nations?
) In 2008, Saudi Arabia produced an average of 10,782 barrels of oil per day, while Kuwait averaged 2,742 barrels per day. Which offers the MOST LIKELY conclusion?
What MOST LIKELY determined the location of Baghdad in Iraq?
How is the distribution of the cities in Saudi Arabia a reflection of its geography?
Why might larger countries have such a low population density?
Why might there be such a drastic difference in the per capita GDP of these selected countries of Southwest Asia (the Middle East)?
Monotheism is the religious belief in
Which of these BEST explains the importance of Judaism in World History?
What religion is not only practiced today but also served as the foundation for both Christianity and Islam?
Give charity to the needy. • Make a pilgrimage. • Fasting during the holy month. • Pray five times each day.
split into Sunni and Shia divisions of Islam can be traced to
How are the religions of the Persians and Kurds diverse?
did the Jewish view of God differ from the beliefs of most people in the ancient world?
Muslims consider the Qur'an the greatest written work in Arabic mainly because it?
Torah:Judaism = _________:Islam
Why did the Turkey cross the road
Which economic theorist who wrote about capitalism?
Which economic system is where the means of production are owned privately
What is a loose union of states with a weak national government?
What is a plan for the rules of government
In addition to a constitution, what must a government have in order to be considered a constitutional government?
What do you call a a government with a division of power between more than one level of government
Which form of capitalism with no government involvement and consumers alone drive the market.
Who is the economic theorist who wrote about communism?
What is a hands off policy where the government is not involved called?
Which form of capitalism with some government involvement in order to protect consumers
What is the economic system where the means of production are owned communally by the people called
Where are the goals located in the U.S. constitution?
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of a constitution
What is the economic system where the means of production are owned by the government
What is a government with only one level called?
Which country has the highest rate of online piracy?
Which of the following is considered bad digital etiquette or manners?
Which of the following can NOT be protected by copyright law?
How long does copyright last?
Which of the following would be considered a strong password?
Which of the following is a way computers benefit the workplace?
An increase in which of the following is needed for all workers in today's society to receive higher paying jobs?
Which of the following is not an example of application software?
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For the purposes of determining representation and taxation, slaves were counted as ______ of a free person.
The Constitutional Convention was held in what American city?
According to the U.S. Constitution, what does the electoral college do?
A ______ is a country governed by elected representatives.
A place where weapons and ammunition are stored is called a _______.
Both the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan called for
Which state would be most likely to have supported counting slaves when determining congressional representation?
Which of the following would have argued that the Constitution did not protect individual rights enough?
The Articles of Confederation placed most of the power of government in the hands of what governing body or bodies?
What violent incident in 1787 helped convinced many Americans that the Articles of Confederation needed to be revised?
The elastic clause gives Congress the power to
Which is of the following is legislative branch check over the judicial branch.
Which of the following is a power of the national government?
The Constitution places the House of Representatives in what branch of government?
What fraction of Congress is needed to propose an amendment to the Constitution?
If a law conflicts with the Constitution, who is responsible for striking it down?
How long are terms of office for a U.S. Senator?
Who serves as commander in chief of the armed forces?
Bills dealing with taxes must originate in
If the president vetos a law passed by Congress
What is the whip on the back of a bacteria cell?
What is the control center of a cell?
What discovery did Robert Hooke make?
What is the main difference between a Eukaryotic cell and a prokaryotic cell?
What type of cell did Robert Hooke look at through the microscope?
What two types of Endoplamic Recticulum (ER) is there?
Why are plant cells green?
Rudolf Virchow proposed that all cells come from?
A protist is a _______ organism.
DNA is contained in what organism?
It is important to emphasize a low-intensity_______________activity first as part of your warm-up routine.
Body Mass Index (BMI) is also know as
Your Segment 1 and Segment 2 Fitness Test will serve as a ________________measurement, allowing you to measure fitness improvement during your topic workouts.
As part of your cool down routine, it is important to include a low-intensity_____________________________________as part of your cool-down routine.
The Sit-and-Reach test will measures the flexibility of your lower back and_____________.
What part of the FITT principles states it is important how often an activity or exercise is performed?
What part of the SPORT Principle says that is important that training continues or you will reverse in your improvements?
7.Before using exercise equipment and weights, be sure to get_________on proper positioning and use of equipment.
How times will you complete each Fitness Test in either Segment 1 or Segment 2 (The answer is the same for both Segments).
Once completed, your Segment 1 or Segment 2 should be submitted under the________________tab.
Proteins are made of amino acids and are the _______________ _______________ of the body.
A __________ is a unit of heat that measures the energy available in foods.
Which food group should a person eat the most of?
This Essential Nutrient is the body's main source of energy.
What is the system designed to help Americans make healthy food choices?
When choosing meals it is important to do which of the following?
What is the group that you need the least of in your meals?
What is the first thing you should look at on a nutrition food label?
If the serving size is 1 bar, but there are 2 bars per package and you eat both bars. When figuring your calorie intake for the food you must_____________________.
What is the main function of minerals?
Amixture is different from a compound because each substance in a mixture
Each molecule of hydrochoric acid, HCl, contains one atom of hydrogren and
In which substance do the molescules have the strongest attraction to one another
Often atoms join so that each atom will have
In a metallic bond, the nucleus of one atom is attracted by a nearby atom's
Solid ionic compounds have high melting points because they
The name of the compound with the formula Cu Br2
The simplest organic compound is
Polymers are large molecules that are made of
A protein is a polymer that is made of
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Instrument used in science to measure mass
Science instrument used to measure weight
Science instrument used to measure temperature
the two part naming system for naming a species
placing organisms in a group
Anything that has mass and occupies space.
A measure of the space occupied by a sample of matter.
A measure of the amount of matter that an object contains.
Matter that has a uniform and definite composition. Either an element or compound.
A physical blend of 2 or more substances that are not chemically combined.
Quality or condition of a substance that is observed or measured without changing composition
A change during which some properties of a material change, but the composition does not.
The ability of a substance to undergo a specific chemical change.
A change that produces matter with a different composition that the original matter.
Will you study for the the Vocab Quiz on Friday?
What is the ultimate source of thermal energy on Earth?
The transfer of heat through a liquid or gas is called?
Wind is caused by
Cities located along a shoreline that has a warm ocean current next to it. What type of weather can you expect in that city?
San Diego and Dallas are located about the same degrees latitude. Why is San Diego generally cooler than Dallas?
What type of weather is generally associated with a low pressure system?
What type of weather is generally associated with warm fronts?
The symbol of a cold front on a weather map is _______
What are the main ingredients for hurricane formation?
Why do hurricanes die down once they approach land?
What is the first step in the Scientific Method?
What is the second step in the Scientific Method?
What is the third step in the Scientific Method?
What is the fourth step in the Scientific Method?
What is the fifth step in the Scientific Method?
What is the sixth step in the Scientific Method?
United around principles of self-government and __, the United States expanded its vision o itsel as it began to explore the potential of the country's unique natural resources.
Through the middle of the 18th century, the colonists supported Britain __.
When Britain tried to recover the costs o the French and Indian War by taxing the colonists, they __.
When the founders struggled to govern effectively under the Articles of Confederation, they...
The __ __, a new wave o religious enthusiasm, united geographically and culturally diverse colonists
As the colonists began to question their relationship with Great Britain, many gifted minds turned to...
Whose key pamphlet titled COMMON SENSE helped moved the colonists to revolution?
According to the reading, Thomas Jefferson's greatest contribution to American government and literature is...
Which of the following did NOT help craft the country's most important foundational document (the U.S. Constitution)?
Which of the following was NOT a focus of Phillis Wheatley's poetry?
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7/10 - 3/4
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Work that is not done correctly, or behavior that can lead to serious injury or death, are examples of a(n) _____.
Hard hats, gloves, and safety shoes are examples of _____.
OSHA defines someone who can identify hazards and unsanitary or dangerous working conditions and who is authorized to take prompt, corrective measures to eliminate them as a(n) _____.
GFCI stands for _____.
When climbing a ladder, always use both hands and _____.
You are performing a task where flying debris may hit your face from any direction.The best choice of eye protection is _____.
The number of contact points with a ladder that you should maintain when climbing is _____.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) adopts and enforces safety regulations known as _____.
When using fall protection equipment, never tie off while _____.
OSHA has set standards for all of the following criteria except _____.
Which of these is irrational?
Which of the following is an integer?
Which of the following is a whole number?
Which of these is a natural number?
The number 2.007000700007000007000007... is?
The number 0 is?
The number 1/3 is?
The number sqrt 2 (square root of 2) is?
The number (sqrt 16)/ 2 is?
An integer is also a rational number.
A Whole number is always also a Natural Number.
An irrational number is also a whole number.
Nosotros ____ de los Estados Unidos.
Enrique ____ de Colombia.
¡Ella _____ muy bonita!
Yo ____ amable.
ÉL no ____ simpático.
Vosotras ____ delgadas
Tú ____ muy sociable.
Dominique ___ baja.
Juan y Marcos ____ feos.
Miguel y yo _____ gordos.
José y yo ____jóvenes.
Papá y María _____ altos.
A groups of guys that are sportsminded.
A girl that is hard working is.....
A girl that is shy and to her self is......
A set of twins are daring they are....
A young girl is......
A group of social girls are....
A really handsome man is ....
A group of smart girls are.....
Which character slept in a covered wagon for a cradle?
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The forces that hold different atoms or ions together are
Each molecule of table sugar, C12H22O11 , contains
Gases take up a lot of space because gas molecules
Covalent bonds are formed between
Copper is a very good conductor of electricity because its electrons
The name dinitrogen tetroxide tells you that this compound contains
When copper combines with oxgen to form copper (II) oxiide, the charge of the copper ion is
It is possible for different covalent compounds to have the same empirical formula because empirical formulas represent
How many chemical bonds can carbon form with other atoms?
Alkanes are hydrocarbons that contain
a compound differs from a mixture because it
Which compound is formed from a tight network of oppositely charged ions
Often atoms join so that each atom will have
When 2 hydrogen atoms bond, the positive nucleus of one atom attracts the
An ionic bond is a bond that forms between
In which type of bond do atoms share electrons
the anion formed from an oxygen atom is called
Fe2O3 is named iron (III) because it contains
a carbon atom can bond to four other atoms because it has
which compounds hjave carbon-carbon double bonds
which of the following is a compound
the attraction between molecules tends to be ____________ the attraction between ions
sugar has a lower melting point than salt because sugar is made of
atoms sometimes form bonds to
copper atoms are held together by _______ bonds
sodium has one electron in its outer shell and chlorine has seven electrons in its outer shell. the atoms will form an ______________ bond by ___________ electrons
oxygen atoms have six electrons in their outer shells. when two oxygen atoms bond, they will form a ____ bond by _____ their electrons
a covalent compound made of one sulfur atom and two oxygen atoms would be named
because the overall charge in a compound must be __________, the charge of an iron in Fe2O3 can be calculated as 3+
The ____ formula of a compound is written in the simplest whole number ratio of atoms
the formula C6H12O6 would be the ______________ formula for glucose
all organic compounds must contain the element
the atoms in organic molecules are held together by _____bonds
an alcohol must contain a(n)
a _____ is a polymer that contains many different molecules of amino acids
the polymer _____ determines your genetic makeup
a polymer of sugar molecules is called a(n)
solid ionic compounds have very high melting points because they
formaldehyde CH2O and acetic acid C2H4O2 have the same empirical formula but different
polymers are large organic molecules that are made of
each molecule of sugar C12H22O11 contains
gases take up a lot of space because gas molecules
covalent bonds are formed between
the name dinitrogen tetroxide tells you that this compound contains
how many chemical bonds can carbon form with other atoms
alkanes are hydrocarbons that contain
__________________ is formed by atoms in metals packing electrons close together
____________ is formed by positive and negative ions
_________ usually occurs between non metals
allows copper to bend and conduct electricity
What is the "good job"?
ID the motif: "A hiss... the plate." (236)?
Who has been hurt after the bombing, and how have they been injured?
Albert:" if they take off my leg, I'll put an end to it." What is this?
The harsh treatment by the doctors illustrates which theme?
Where are Paul and his friend sent?
What do the doctors do to the injured soliders?
ID theme:"On the next floor below... shoulders." (262)
Significance: " I am young...come out of us?" (263)
What will most likely happen to Albert?
Land Developer
high rise apartment building
This is used to manage data that is organized into lists, such as information about customer, products, vendors, employees, projects, or sales.
This is a set of Access rules that govern data entry, helps ensure data accuracy.
This is a field added to the many table to help establish
This is a record in the
This contains data that uniquely identifies each record
This determines what kind of data can be entered into a field; such as a number, text, or dates.
This is a sample database provided within the Access program, so you don't have to start from scratch.
This is the fundamental building block of relational databases because they store all the data.
These are listed at the top of each column.
This is a group of related fields that describe a person, place, or thing.
These are the parts of Access database that helps you view, edit, manage, and analyze the data, such as tables, queries, forms, reports macros, and modules.
Access automatically enters the next consecutive number into the field as it creates the record. This is called what?
This is a symbol which looks like a small pencil.
This is a pop-up calendar from which you can choose dates for a date field.
Which of the following is not a typical benefit of relational databases?
Which of the following is an advantage of managing data with relational database software such as Access versus spreadsheets in Excel?
The object that creates a professional printout of data that includes headers, footers, and graphics is which of the following?
Which of the following is the object that contains all of the database data?
What can you use to quickly create a new database?
This is referred to as the connected data.
This describes how light is reflected from a surface.
This Mineral ID test is easily observable, but not very reliable.
According to Moh's Scale, what hardness would pencil lead be able to scratch?
This means to break along a smooth, definate line
If the mass of a mineral is 45 g and the volume goes up from 10 to 19 mL after putting a rock in a graduated cylinder, what is the density?
All minerals on Earth have all of these characteristics in common except...
About how many minerals are there?
About how many rocks are there?
How many minerals make up most rocks?
What type of atomic structure makes up minerals?
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STOP on all trade with another country’s government. This may be due to a health hazard or to put pressure on a government.
What does NAFTA stand for?
What best describes a trade embargo?
What does a quota limit?
In which sentence is tariff used correctly?
What are three types of trade barriers?
Resources that are found in nature and used in the production of goods and services.
The skills, talents and education of people used in the production of goods and services.
Goods, such as machines and tools, used in the production of other goods and services.
What are the four factors of production?
Capital resources are always _________________________.
What does NOT describe an entrepreneur?
Donna opened up Donna's Bakery. Donna would be considered
How can a business increase their human capital?
Natural resources include
Capital resources include
taking part in what is going on
causing shock and surprise
to be present at
to love or cling to an idea or feeling
make an agreement or become smaller
wanting very much
left unprotected or not hidden from view
beauty of movement; prayer; or extra time to do something
force someone to accept or put up with
not thinking too highly of yourself; or not fancy (simple)
same direction and same distance apart
stop or lose ability to move
negative; expecting things to turn out badly
to say aloud from memory; or a program of music, dance
What is an example of a nonliving thing?
Which of the following is a living thing?
What is true about all rocks?
What is the Earth made of?
What is a fossil?
What are most rocks made of?
How can you group rocks together?
How do people use rocks?
What does the word texture mean?
Who is your teacher.
Although brick, steel, and glass all come from substances found in Earth's crust, they are not classified as minerals because
Why is coal not a mineral?
How many minerals have been discovered?
The softest mineral known is
Which of the following is not a special property of some minerals?
A mineral is _________ meaning that it contain mineral that are non living, or never from a living thing.
_________ is the color of a mineral in its powder form.
The __________ ranks 10 minerals in order from softest to hardest.
The repeating pattern of a mineral's particles forms a solid called a
_________ is the mass in a given space.
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