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to insult someone; to be rude
to demand; to make something necessary
to talk with someone in order to compare ideas
to think about the needs and feelings of others; to be kind
a dangerous or worrying time
to guess, to believe without proof
easygoing, calm, peaceful
giving someone hope, urging someone to do something
small or unimportant
to swing or hang loosely
rougly & poorly made
hinting at something unpleasant
to eat quickly & greedily
troubled, worried, messed up
weak, fragile, too easily broken or torn
depressed, gloomy
difficult to understand
to ignore, avoid, turn away from
The normal balance of the Cash account is:
The normal balance of the owner's Capital account is:
The normal balance of the Sales (revenue) account is:
The normal balance of the Rent Expense account is:
The normal balance of the Supplies account is:
The normal balance of the Accounts Payable (liability) account is:
The normal balance of the owner's Drawing (withdrawals) account is:
The amount entered on the left side of a T account is:
The amount entered on the right side of a T account is:
A business activity that changes assets, liabilities, or owner's equity is called:
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A student places a pan containing liquid cake batter into a hot oven. The student observes a chemical reaction when
A teacher mixes two liquids which are the same temperature together in a glass. The temperature rises. The change in temperature indicates
When observing a compost pile, one can tell that the materials have undergon a chemical change when
Which activity below does not represent a chemical change?
Which observation correctly identifies evidence of a chemical change?
A student placing an effervescent tablet into a liquid knows a chemical change has occurred if
Students add baking soda to a mixture. Which observation is evidence of a chemical change?
Which of the following is not a sign of a chemical change?
Which of the following is not a chemical change?
Which of the following is a chemical change?
The amount of matter in an object is
The amount of space an object takes up is
___________ is the amount of mass per unit volume.
When a rock is placed into a container of water, the water level rises. Which characteristic of the rock is being measured?
Which pile has the greatest volume?
Which of the following would have a high mass but a small volume?
Which method would be used to determine the density of an object?
Two blocks of wood are the same size, but one floats and one sinks. This is because the have different
Define volume.
Define mass.
American colonists who believed that they had the right to govern themselves
The law making body of England
A formal agreement between to nations
Professional soldiers who would fight for anyone who would pay them
Person guilty of the crime of treason or disloyalty to the government
A small army made up of ordinary citizens who are available to fight in an emergency
American colonists who were loyal to the British government
To refuse to buy one or more goods from a certain source
A person authorized to act as a representative for another
Information that appeals to one's emotions and is spread for the purpose of promoting a cause
The unjust use of government power is called
A new settlement or territory established and governed by a country in another land
Secret group of American Patriots responsible for gathering support and organizing boycotts
Patriot soldiers who were ready to fight at a minutes notice
This act placed a tax on all printed materials
This law made it illegal for colonists to cross the Appalachian Mountains and settle in the Ohio River Valley
This act placed a tax on all imported goods
This act was meant to punish the Patriots for their role in the Boston Tea Party
This act forced the colonists to house the British soldiers and collect money for thier supplies
This act caused the Sons of Liberty to organize a protest known as the Boston Tea Party
Anything that has mass and occupies space is matter.
Chemistry is the study of composition of matter and the changes that matter undergoes.
What are the 5 major areas of chemistry?
List 2 ways to meet demand for energy.
Which answer describes a part of a sample with uniform composition and properties?
What is used to represent an element?
A change in the composition of matter _______ occurs during a chemical reaction.
Which answer is 503000000 written correctly in scientific notation?
How many significant figures in the measurement 6.80 m?
About how many atoms of copper when placed side by side would form a line 1 cm long?
I wrote Common Sense
I was the leader of the Continental Army
I wrote the Declaration of Independence
I was the leader of England during the Revolutionary War
I defended the British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre
I created a piece of propaganda concerning the Boston Massacre and also said the "British are coming!"
I was the leader of the Boston Sons of Liberty
I was a patriot leader, member of the Continental Congress, author and inventor
We were responsible for the Boston Tea Party and many other Patriot protests
The government of England is called
The French and Indian War was fought over
Who were allies in the French and Indian War
The Boston Massacre was a
What was the main impact of Common Sense on the colonies?
The Declaration of Independence was written to explain
The day the Declaration of INdependence was approved in 1776 is celebrated today as
Act of protest in which the Sons of Liberty destroyed crates of Britsh tea
The first battle of the Revolutionary War is called
The British chose to attack Concord because
Who alerted the minute men of the British plan to attack Concord?
One way to help the environment is to _____________ our use of certian products.
Two animals that fight for the same food source is an example of what?
The st. Helena Olive tree became __________ because of disease and dry weather.
When harmful materials damage teh air, water, or land this is called __________.
Sunlight and air are ___________ that help an organism survive.
The remains of organisms that lived long ago are ______________.
When only a few of an organism are left, it is __________________.
All the eagles in an ecosystem make up a(n) ______________.
A person can ___________ an old tire by turning it into a tire swing.
Heavy rains and other storms can cause a(n) _____________________.
What could happen if people introduce a new animal into an environment?
An example of something that is harmful to the environment is
Which of the followingn is a reason why pandas are endangered?
What do fish fossils found on land tell us?
If a predator in an environment dies out, whaqt do you think would happen to the predator\'s prey?
How can you tell what an animal ate by examining its fossil?
What is a natural cause of wildfires?
Winneconne Elementary helps the environment by...
Why should you plant trees in an open space instead of putting a building there?
What is an effect of wildfires?
When AND is used in a search, such as in the search string heart disease AND smoking. The results are:
Sara used a meta-search engine and a search engine to search for information about identity theft. When she compared the results of the two searches, the meta-search engineretur
To search for data on the broad topic of the human genome and want more reliable results than from a keyword search.Which search tool will provide the best selection for the topic?
Which search tools will provide the highest volume of results for a travel agent who is searching online airline reservations?
What is the effect of adding more related words to a search string?
Which search method will provide Bill with a way to request a ride from home to the airport in Spanish?
Which search method will provide Bill with the information he needs to calculate a tip for the cab driver who transported him to the airport?
Which search tool should Mary use to find educational research related specifically to North Carolina birds?
All of the following words are included in your search(Paris,museums, art, France and locations). You now include the word and between each word. What will the results be?
Which search method would you use following equation 3 + 4 =7?
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________ is a tool used for drawing circles and arcs.
Which of the following is NOT a proper way to take care of your drawing tools?
________ is portable and normally made to be used with a T-square.
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________is the exact point where a line or arc joins another arc.
________is when the end of a solid is removed so the resulting face is parallel.
________is when the end of a solid is solid is removed so the resulting face is not parallel.
________is the point where two lines intersect to form an angle.
A line can be bisected using a triangle.
Obtuse angles are greater than 90º.
Three common types of shapes are circles, pyramids, and polygons.
What is the distance around a circle called?
Solids are three-dimensional objects with height, width, and depth.
Geometry is a branch of mathematics dealing with all except:
In a multiview drawing, how many dimensions are shown in each view?
Auxilliary drawings are produced by using orthographic projection.
The front view of a multiview drawing should be the:
Because of the position of projection planes, the top is also known as the horizontal view, and the right side is a profile view.
The order of importance for lines is:
Which view shows how parts of an object fit together?
Since they show the true shape and size ________ are often used for objects that are produced in industry.
________ is a multiview drawing in which various sides of the object are drawn to accurately communicate what the object looks like and how it is made.
________ are used to show edges that are hidden from view inside an object.
________ is one that provides a combination of views (usually top, front, and side) of an object.
To caution or advise against something, to scold mildly, to remind of a duty.
An opening, gap, rupture, rift, a violent infraction.
A bandit or robber
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If a cow has 16 chromosomes in each of its body cells, how many chromosomes will be in each duaghter cell after mitosis?
Before DNA replication can take place what must happen first
mRNA- UGG UUA- What did the DNA segment look like?
Changing from DNA to RNA is called
When DNA seperates into 2 individual strands they are identicial to what?
A mutation in the DNA can result in?
Which of the following would be a benfit of a mutation
Name the shape of DNA
What does abiotic mean?
How many strands does DNA have
An indicator changed from red to blue when students tested
Which item is not a common base?
A scientist mixes rainwater and cabbage juice. The cabbage juice turns green. The rainwater is
Which group of substances would most likely be classified as acids?
A student added an unknown solution to cabbage juice, and the solution changed from purple to dark green. The solution is
Which form of energy can a person feel from a lit candle?
Which object best represents mechanical energy?
Which form of energy is stored in a flashlight battery?
Which activity is not an example of chemical energy?
Which type of energy is related to compressed springs, stretched rubber bands, and a bow and arrow?
Which of the following is a property of all minerals?
Which of the following is a property of all minerals?
Which of the following is a property of all minerals?
Which is a property of all minerals?
If something is organic, it is
If something is inorganic, it is
Which of the following is a property of all minerals?
Sugar is not a mineral because it is
Oxygen is not a mineral because it is
Water is not a mineral because
The process in which mRNA is created from DNA is:
The process in which polypeptides are created from mRNA
Polypeptides are:
Proteins are:
Transcription happens in:
Translation happens in:
In the DNA, the base A pairs with:
In Transcription and translation, the base A pairs with:
The base C pairs with:
Amino Acids are attached to:
Which statement about bases is incorrect?
Acids are substances that...
The pH of a substance is a measure of its
When dissolved in water, all acids will...
The label on a bottle indicates that the substance inside has a pH of 13. This tells you that the substance is...
When a solution of an acid reacts with a solution of a base, the pH of the resulting solution depends on the ...
Which of the following is a basic solution?
What is a salt?
Which of the following is a base?
Ions that do not change during a chemical reaction are called...
Who found the shape of DNA?
What is the shape of DNA called?
What are the sides of the DNA molecule made of?
If you unravel DNA, how long will it be?
What is directly attached to the nitrogen bases on the sides of a DNA strand?
What are chromosomes made of?
When DNA makes an exact copy of itself, what is it called?
Which is the correct order of DNA replication?
What can a mutation in DNA replication cause?
What connects the nitrogen bases together?
Solve: | -36|
Round 3.456 to the nearest hundreth
Evaluate: 8x+19=75
Evaluate: .638 ÷ .5
What is 4% of 180?
Find the unit rate of: A bag of Math Crunch cost $18 for 6 ounces. How much will Math Crunch cost per ounce?
Convert the following into a decimal: 28%
The answer to a multiplication problem is called the ____________.
Samantha scored 2 less than 7 times Jill's score in homeruns this baseball season. If Jill scored 4 homeruns, how many did Samantha hit?
Evaluate: 17 + (12 – 5) ÷ 2
Which of the following are advantages of nuclear energy?
The largest percentage of energy used in the United States is for which purpose?
___________ is generated by water entering behind a dam, then closing the gate at high tide, and then reopening the gate at low tide so the water rushes through and spins a
Which of the following is the mining method in which hot water is injected into ore to dissolve it?
A common environmental problem caused by a landfill is
Characteristics of hazardous waste include which of the following?
Which of the following factors influence the suitability of a fuel?
Which of the following is an example of a biodegradable material?
The most important function of a(n) _____________ is to contain waste buried inside and keep it from causing problems with the environment.
Any waste that is a risk to the health of humans or other living things is called ________________ waste.
Write an equation and solve: Nina has 8 less than twice the number of shoes Lacie has. If Lacie has 22 pairs of shoes, how many pairs of shoes does Nina have?
The sixth grade math department went out for lunch. Their bill came to $75.00. They want to tip the wait staff 20%, so how much money would they need to leave for a tip?
Covert 28.2% to a decimal
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The answer to a division problem is called the _______________.
Multiply: 3.2 and 0.0008
Swiss cheese is on sale for $4.59 for 3 pounds. Express this as a unit rate.
Change 9/15 to a decimal.
Divide 45.36 and 3.6
Identify the property shown: 22(18 + 12) = 22•18 + 22 • 12
A scientist studying climate finds a fossil of a fish in the dessert. What can the scientist learn from the fossil?
What causes precipitation at fronts?
A severe storm warning means that severe storms
A column of wind lifted up on one end by upward winds and pressed down on the other end by downward winds describes a:
Hurricanes get their energy from
Which weather instrument is used to measure wind speed?
What does the H on a weather map represent?
A forecaster determing the climate of an area would find which of the following most helpful?
How do the Gulf Stream and North Atlantic Drift currents affect weather in Europe
What happens as you move from the troposphere upward to the stratosphere?
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A form of rule in which the central government plays a strong role in regulating existing private industry and directing the economy, although it does allow some private ownership of productive capacity.
A political philosophy that advocates unlimited power for the government to enable it to control all sectors of society.
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5 less than 4x10
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a person who buys stock and owns part of the company (when the value of the stock rises, the shareholder benefits and makes money; however, when the value falls, the shareholder loses money)
__________change as people change. As people mature, their financial needs evolve.
big Board the largest organized stock exchange in the United States
example of a long term goal would be
stock portfolios need to change to reflect different ________
In fact, stocks generally offer higher returns than low-risk investments, such as ________ or cash investments
Stock price increases and decreases are based on
shares in a publicly traded company that the company issues to raise money without going into debt are called __________
!!! First electronic stock exchange, the second-largest stock exchange in the United States; all transactions are electronic.
the buying and selling of different companies' stocks (shares) either on a stock exchange, through an over-the-counter market
Often, people lessen this risk by buying several different kinds of stocks, referred to as
It is an area of study related to human behavior and society
This problem we didn't mention in class
What makes social sciences change all the time
Which of these steps is not in the scientific method?
The XIV century is during these years
Our topic is set in the ____ century
I said this on our first class
This is a step in the social scientific method
A problem by which people can't trust their government
When people don't have jobs they're more likely to become
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Which culture first began using pottery?
Which Indian cultures used burial mounds?
Why were the Archaic people somewhat nomadic?
Which Indian culture first began to use tribes?
What made the Indians decide to make permanent villages?
Which culture created the atlatl (weapon)?
Which culture was given guns by the European explorers?
What weapon is associated with the Woodland Indians?
Burial mounds indicated
Nomadic cultures
The grooved axe was first used by which culture?
What eventually happened to the Mississippian Indians?
Place the Indican cultures in order, from oldest to most recent.
Horticulture, the science of growing things, was first used by
Which Indian culture first introduced the idea of tribes?
Which region is the largest in Georgia?
Which region is often associated with T-A-G?
In the Blue Ridge region, you would find
The Barrier Islands of Georgia
Which region is known for growing peaches, peanuts and cotton?
Most of Georgia's population live in what region?
Which region is 3/5 of Georgia?
What forms the boundary between the Piedmont and the Coastal Plain?
In what region is the Okeefenokee Swamp?
Dalton, the carpet capital of Georgia, is in what region?
Which state does NOT border Georgia?
Which river forms part of the western border of Georgia?
The name of which region means 'foot of the mountain'?
In the Piedmont, I would expect to see
In what region would I find Stone Mountain?
What are a teacher's responsibilities before being absent?
Teachers must be in school how long before their class session begins, and how are my absences and lateness calculated?
When are you allowed to administrate medication?
Our discipline goal at Mazel Day School is to teach the children....?
Our School moto:
Besides for the Hebrew and Russian that we include in our curriculum, it is also important for us to:
Dry, abstract textbook learning has no place in our classrooms.
Since we are a Private School, in what way are we held accountable for the quality of the education we are giving?
If a conflict arises between me and a fellow staff member I should:
Staff dress code is:
Teachers should speak to parents:
How can I show a parent that I am listening and care about a problem they are sharing?
A child should not be in school if:
If a child gets a minor injury I should:
When there is a fire drill, I should:
School starts at:
If a parent is more than 10 minutes late for pickup, I am:
What should I do when a student arrives more than 5 minutes late?
Time out:
Homework is assigned for all the reasons below except…?
Which is NOT a type of drawing pencil?
_______ consists of a head attached at 90º angle to a blade. The blade is used for horizontal lines and as a guide for other instruments.
What paper you cannot see through. When using an eraser you need to be careful not to tear the sheet. The paper might change size with moisture and ink spreads.
_________is a tool for drawing vertical and inclined (slanted) lines.
The lead most often used in technical drawing is soft.
What paper is a plastic sheet with one side rough to accept ink and pencil. It is moisture resistant and ink can be easily erased from it.
Which of the following is NOT a proper way to take care of your drawing tools?
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Convection currents form when air temperaturs are
Winds generally blow from _____________ to _____________ over the United States due to a huge convection current over North America and the rotation of Earth
When warm air wises and cold air sinks, it creates a circular movement of air called a
Which one is not something you should do to prepare for a hurricane?
Which type of weather most often occurs at fronts?
Which is true about tornados?
Which is not an instrument that meteoroligists use to forecast weather?
The instrument used to measure wind direction is a
Most weather occurs in the
Areas of _______________ pressure usually brings warm, sunny, dry weather
A Rose has a genotype RrTt is crossed with a rose that has a genotype Rrtt. How many genotypes are there in the off spring?
During mitosis what phase to all chromosomes line up
What happens to a cell when particles move out of the cell through facilitated diffusion?
What of the following as a nucleus
Which of the following does not have nucelus
What is the following of the cytoskeleton?
What is the function of the nucleus?
Which of the following organisms have a cell wall?
Explain how diffusion works in molecular terms?
Which of the following is an example of osmosis?
What is the function of the cell membrane?
Which molecule provides energy
What is the main difference between eukaryotes and prokaryotes?
Why is cell respiration and photosynthesis opposite?
Which organelle make engery in the form of ATP
Which of the following is a producer?
Which of the following is biotic factor?
Energy used by producers in a grassland food web is provided by
If the producers contain 100% energy then how much energy does the first level consumer have?
In a food pyramid which level contains the greatest amount of energy
A type of symbiosis in which 1 organism benefits &the other is harmed is called?
Form of symbiosis in which both organisms benefit is called
All the biotic and abiotic factors in a pond form
Small steps in which a Lg fish eats a Sm fish that has eaten algae is a
The total mass of living tissue at each tropic level can be shown
What is a heterotroph?
What is an autotroph
Nutural disturbances, such as fires and hurricanes can result in
All the earth's energy comes from ?
Name the structure that controls the cell's activites
When an object changes its position relative to a reference point:
Distance is a _____ quantity.
A number with magnitude (size or amount) only is:
On a graph, distance is always the _____.
_____ speed is speed that doesn't change over time.
_____ is measured in seconds, minutes, or hours.
____ describes the distance and direction from a starting point.
____ describes the magnitude and direction.
Displacement is a _____ quantity because it has both distance and direction.
___ is measured in m/s or km/hr.
____ speed is the total distance over total time.
____ is measured in meters, kilometers, or centimeters.
___ is how far an object has moved.
____ speed is speed at a given point in time, you see this on your car speedometer.
Time is always plotted on the ____ axis because it is the independent variable.
____ is speed with direction when describing an object's motion.
Velocity is a _____ quantity because it contains speed and direction.
What is the speed of the ball that was thrown 4 meters in 2 seconds?
Bob sleds down the hill for 5 seconds at 5 m/s, what distance did he sled?
Hali walks to school which is 4 miles from her house and then walks back home. What was her displacement?
What is the name for yellow brown soil?
This is a protective wall used to hold water back.
A system of beliefs and values is called....?
What valuable cloth was only made in China during ancient times?
People who work carrying out the day-to-day tasks of the government are employed in this kind of job.
What was the ancienct trade route between China and the West called?
In China it was very common for ____________ to live together.
What philosopher and teacher influenced Chinese life?
What term describes a local leader of an armed group?
What do you call the type of money used by a nation?
What month and year was Gypsy born? Do the math.
How many months apart were Gypsy and Woodrow in age?
What month and year did Woodrow move in with Granny & Grandpa Ball?
What 3 things did Amos Leemaster do for the community of Coal Station?
What is Grandpa Ball's first name?
Because she is angry that he is trying to take her daddy's place, Gypsy gives Porter
What does Grandpa buy for Woodrow when he first comes to live next door to Gypsy?
How much does a haircut cost at Akers Barbershop?
What's the name of the folk heroine some people compare Belle to?
What is Woodrow referring to when he says: I never wore one of these before.
What car jingles did Woodrow go around singing when Grandpa was lokking to buy a new one?
What baseball team looked like it was going to win the World Series?
When does Woodrow tell Gypsy what he thinks is really the truth about his mother?
What name did they call Gypsy's new hair cut?
What hard truth did both Gypsy & Woodrow face in 7th grade?
Why was Woodrow jealous of Gypsy?
Why was Mrs. Cooper so hard on Woodrow?
Woodrow told Mrs. Cooper he put rum in her drink. What was the drink?
Grandpa referred to all the ladies at the garden party as...
Impulsive. Which two characters are described this way?
Where in the cell does respiration take place?
What is the starting material for fermentation?
What material is produced from fermentation?
What material is produced from cellular respiration?
Which processes requires oxygen?
Which process releases the most energy from glucose?
How are fermentation and respiration alike?
Which statement is NOT true about fermentation?
What material is needed for cellular respiration?
Where in the cell does fermentation take place?
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- People have natural rights, - Governments were formed to protect those rights, - People have a duty to change governments that violate those rights. Which document contains these philosophies?
Cause: Population growth in the Eastern states - Effect: ?. Which action best fills in the question mark?
Cactus Hill is the location of an important discovery about the?
French explorers cooperated with American Indians by?
The primary reason the Quakers settled in Pennsylvania was to?
Which attitude helped the colonists win the American Revolution?
The speech which included the statement 'give me liberty or give me death' was made to?
The leading cause of death during the Civil War resulted from?
Which statement is true of women during the 1850s?
Which ocean is located directly north of Europe?
Which continent is part of a larger landmass?
Why was the Battle of Gettysburg a turning point of the Civil War?
Which geographic features are most associated with the Coastal Plain?
Most major cities and towns in the United States during the 18th century were located near —
Which body of water forms part of the United States boundary with Mexico?
Which action was part of the Union plan during the Civil War?
Buffalo is to Lakota As __ ?__ is to Inuit?
Which would most likely be found in the Mid-Atlantic colonies?
Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation - No executive branch - No judicial branch - No power to tax by Congress - ?. WHICH PHRASE BEST COMPLETES THIS LIST?
According to the Declaration of Independence, government receives its power from the —
Manifest Destiny was the belief that the United States should —
In the mid-1800's, a gold rush led many people to move to?
Cactus Hill is the location of an important discovery about the?
French explorers cooperated with American Indians by?
The primary reason the Quakers settled in Pennsylvania was to -
What attitude helped the colonists win the American Revolution?
The speech which included the statement: GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH was made to?
What is a diagram or representation of an area called?
A(n) __________ is a book of maps or charts?
What explains the symbols that identify items on a map?
What is the symbol on a map the shows direction called?
What are the lines on a map that run east to west called?
What are the lines that run north to south called?
____________ is location using latitude and longitude.
Identifying a location depending on something else is called _______.
What is a map that shows countries and state called?
Maps that show natural features are called __________________.
Who was the last president before Nelson Mandela's election and was the one to officially end apartheid?
Which statement was NOT an effect of the scramble for Africa (also known as the colonization of Africa) by European nations?
Which answer supports the statement that Nationalism in South Africa was expressed very differently than in Kenya?
How is Pan-Africansim related to Africa in the 1960s?
In 1994 South Africans elected Nelson Mandela president, after he and the previous president helped pass laws to end apartheid. This election was the first of its kind in South African history and resembled US elections which are guided by the Consti
Which source would MOST LIKELY include a personal account of how Apartheid affected black citizens of South Africa?
He was the voice of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa. He was jailed by the government for 27 years on charges of sabotage and other crimes committed while he led the movement against apartheid. Upon his release from prison he helped lead t
Which European nations had the greatest influence in Africa in the early 1900s?
From 1948 until the mid 1990s, this nation was fully segregated in terms of education, medical care, and access to all other public facilities. Black citizens were not given citizenship, were not allowed to vote.
At the end of the 19th Century, what country won control of South Africa in the Boer Wars?
As the European powers grew more industrialized, their colonies became very important as sources of
· African, European, and Asian ethnic groups live there. · Racist policies ruled the country for centuries. · Steven Biko, Desmond Tutu, and many others fought for equality. · Held its first truly democratic elections in 1994.
Following World War II, African peoples pushed for and won self-government. Which statement BEST describes the role played by the United States in this process?
Who is often considered the Father of Kenya?
How did 18th- and 19th-Century European imperialism help to cause nationalism in Asian and African countries?
A political philosophy that opposes government in any form.
The system of government that favors free enterprise (privately owned businesses operating without government regulation).
A political system in which, in theory, ownership of all land and productive facilities is in the hands of the people, and all goods are equally shared.
Those who are willing to use government to promote both order and equality.
A person who is averse to change and holds to traditional values and attitudes, typically in relation to politics.
A socialist from of government that guarantees civil liberties such as freedom of speech and religion.
The idea that each person is guaranteed the same chance to succeed in life.
The concept that society must ensure that people are equal, and governments must design policies to redistribute wealth and status so that economic and social equality is actually achieved.
Immunity, as in freedom from want.
An absence of constraints on behavior, as in freedom of speech or freedom of religion.
The increasing interdependence of citizens and nations across the world.
The legitimate use of force to control human behavior; also, the organization or agency authorized to exercise that force.
An economic doctrine that opposes any form of government intervention in business.
The belief that states should leave individuals free to follow their individual pursuits.
the struggle between opposing forces
struggle between a character and an outside force
a struggle which takes place within a characters own mind
series of events in a story includes 5 stages of developement
introduces character and setting as well as reveals conflict
place where story/conflict takes place
introduces obstacles that make the conflict complicated
turning point
reveals outcome/eases tension/resolves conflict
reveals final outcome ties up all loose ends
The first permanent English settlement in the New World was…
To encourage settlers to move to Virginia, England granted 50 acres of land to those who purchased a ticket to settle in the colony. This was known as…
Which English settler is known for bringing tobacco to Jamestown?
France’s first colony in the New World was…
The Virginia House of Burgesses…
Which of the following was not a colonial region?
The Puritans were responsible for settling what colony?
Why was education so important within Puritan values?
Which of the following resulted in the New England Puritans gaining a firmer control over their territory?
Who was the proprietor of Pennsylvania?
What was the conflict between Roger Williams and Puritan leader?
What was the result of Anne Hutchinson’s conflict with Puritan leaders?
How did the mid-Atlantic colonies population differ from the other two colonial regions?
A person who believes that government should be active in supporting social and political change.
A political ideology that is opposed to all government action except as necessary to protect life and property.
A person who believes that people should be allowed to do and say what they want without any interference from the government.
A political entity's externally recognized right to exercise final authority over its affairs.
Established ways of social behavior. Maintaining order is the oldest purpose of government.
The authority of a government to maintain order and safeguard citizens' health, morals, safety, and welfare.
Equality in political decision making; one vote per person, with all votes counted equally.
A consistent set of values and beliefs about the proper purpose and scope of government.
Benefits and services, such as parks and sanitation, that benefit all citizens but are not likely to be produced voluntarily by individuals.
The benefits of government to which every citizen is entitled.
Equality in wealth, education, and status.
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The result of this war was that France lost all of its land east of the Mississippi River and Canada.
How did Barnado de Galvez attack the British fort in Pensacola?
In this document, France ceded Louisiana to Spain.
The group of people came to Louisiana from the Carnary Islands is called:
What destroyed the city of New Orleans in both 1788 and 1794.
The governing body of Louisiana while it was a Spanish colony, was called:
The ability the Spanish gave to the American farmers to store goods in warehouses in New Orleans before loading them onto ships.
This document ended the war between Spain and Great Britain; Spain was rewarded with much of the territory it wanted, including Florida.
The group of people who were exiles from British Nova Scotia are called:
The first newspaper of Louisiana was called:
The French and Indian war started because of the __________ in the Ohio River Valley.
He announced that the Louisiana colony must now follow Spanish trade laws. The colony could only trade with Spanish ports.
He strengthened the Louisiana forts by repairing them and bringing in more soldiers. He also became more accepted by the French colonist, when he married a wealthy French merc
The city of Monroe got its original name from this governor.
He allowed foreign trade ships to enter the port of New Orleans and list them as Spanish ships on the records.
He was the Spanish hero during the American Revolution. He captured British forts along the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico.
The Spanish Governor, ___________________, was forced out of New Orleans by an angry mob.
He replaced the French Superior Council with the Spanish Cabildo. This group functioned as a town council and as a court of law.
Why did Spain not openly support the Americans during the American Revolution?
The crime of trying to overthrow the government of one’s own state or country is called __________.
Why was Alejandro O’Reilly known as “Bloody O’Reilly?
One who measures and marks off boundary lines to establish land ownership, is called a(n) ____________.
The British evicted the Acadians from Canada because they would not:
_______________ an uprising in France that ended with the beheading of the king of France.
Why were western farmers angry about Spain’s control of the Mississippi River?
A military force composed mainly of citizen-soldiers, is called a(n)___________.
What hindered Galvez’s attacks on the British?
What treaty established the boundary between the United States and Spain at the thirty-first parallel.
Why were all colonists represented in the during the rebellion against the Spanish government.
How much more did it cost to run Louisiana than it made?
A cloud that is formed close to the ground is called _________________
Big pufffy white clouds are called ________________________
Clouds that are flat and cover the sky like a blanket are called __________________
Cloud that form very high in the sky and are mainly ice crystals are called _______________
A gentle rain can be caused by a ___________ front
Storms can be cuased by a ___________________ front
Air masses are large bodies of air that have the same temperature and _____________
IN the US, air masses move from _________ to ____________
Where two air masses meet is called a _____________
The amount of moisture in the air is called __________________________.
This organelle is the command center of the cell. Is contains the genetics information or "blueprints" for the cell and controls all activities inside the cell.
This organelles harvests organic compounds and produces ATP which the cell uses to run metabolic processes
This is a small membrane bound sac that transports various materials in the cell.
This is a small membrane bound sac that contains digestive enzymes. These organelles "clean-up" cell waste.
These organelles are like little factories that produce proteins. They are attached to the Rough ER.
This organelle has an extensive system of internal membranes. It makes lipids and helps to detoxify the cell.
Based of the function of a mitochondria, which cell in the body would you conclude need more of this organelle than others?
This organelle is a flattened stack of membranes that acts as the packaging and distribution center of the cell.
Which organelles does a plant cell contain that an animal cell does not?
This organelle acts as a storage center for a plant cell.
This organelle is the command center of the cell. Is contains the genetics information or "blueprints" for the cell and controls all activities inside the cell.
This organelles harvests organic compounds and produces ATP which the cell uses to run metabolic processes
This is a small membrane bound sac that transports various materials in the cell.
This is a small membrane bound sac that contains digestive enzymes. These organelles "clean-up" cell waste.
These organelles are like little factories that produce proteins. They are attached to the Rough ER.
This organelle has an extensive system of internal membranes. It makes lipids and helps to detoxify the cell.
Based of the function of a mitochondria, which cell in the body would you conclude need more of this organelle than others?
This organelle is a flattened stack of membranes that acts as the packaging and distribution center of the cell.
Which organelles does a plant cell contain that an animal cell does not?
This organelle acts as a storage center for a plant cell.
This was the political system which developed during the Middle Ages, under which people had obligations based on their position in society.
During this Age, many European countires took over other nations and turned them into colonies.
This is what Russian emperors were called, for a time.
In this system, everyone is supposed to share the work equally and receive an equal share of the rewards.
The European Union is an example of this, which is a system in which goods, services, and capital move freely without barriers.
This is a type of government that the citizens run themselves.
This is a period in history in which there was a rebirth of interest in learning and the arts.
This is an agreement between countries to protect one another.
This is the term for the process of becoming more like Western Europe.
This political theory states that all the people should own the farms and factories.
One of ancient Rome's greatest contributions to the world was
During the Middle Ages, society was organized according to a system called
Why did Europeans begin to explore other lands during the Renaissance?
During the Scientific Revolution, scientists based their theories on information they had
One important result of the Industrial Revolution was the growth of
What was an effect of nationalism in Europe during the early 1900s?
What themes appear in Russia's history?
What was one factor that led to the overthrow of Nicholas II?
What happened as a result of the Russian civil war?
The 1600s and 1700s were called the Age of Revolution because
Alexander the Great spread Greek culture throughout the world by
What was one of the greatest contributions ancient Romans made to the world?
How were people governed during the Middle Ages in Europe?
What statement best describes the political situation during the Renaissance?
How did science change during the Age of Revolution?
During the 1800s, the way goods were produced changed and resulted in the
Peter the Great changed Russia by
As a result of the mass killing known as Bloody Sunday, Tsar Nicholas II agreed to establish
What form of government did Lenin bring to Russia?
Who invented calculus?
Before the beginning of World War I, American foreign policy was to—
Which of the following was a Central Power in WW1
Which country was NOT a Central Power against the Allies during World War I?
A feeling of intense loyalty to one's country or group is called
Many European countries formed partnerships or ______________ with other countries
Whose assassination led to World War 1?
. The building up of a countries military due to a perceived threat from a neighboring country is called . . .
The Zimmerman Telegram was a message from Germany asking for help from which country?
What caused the US to enter World War 1
Which country was Archduke Ferdinand visiting when he was assassinated?
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The money you made by selling your stocks for a profit
A ________ is a marketplace where buyers and sellers of stock exchange money and stocks. A stock market is also called a stock exchange.
Owners of stock are called
When investors want to sell their stock, they use a __________
Corporate profits paid to stockholders are called
the federal agency that collects tax revenue from individuals and corporations
Money that is left after expenses have been paid for from a business or an investment.
Seemingly bottomless cracks in the deep-ocean basin. They form where one oceanic plate is forced underneath a continental plate or another oceanic plate.
Mountain chains formed where tectonic plates pull apart. As plates pull apart, magma rises to fill in the spaces.
Begins at the edge of the continental shelf and continues down to the flattest part of the ocean floor.
Broad, flat portion of the deep-ocean basin. It is covered by mud and the remains of tiny marine organisms.
Individual mountains of volcanic material that are entirely below water.
Seamounts builds up above sea level.
Begins at the shoreline and slopes gently towards the open ocean. It continues until the ocean floor begins to slope more steeply downward.
Which ocean is located below Asia?
Which ocean is located between North America and Africa?
Which ocean is the largest and is located between North America and Asia?
If an accident occurs in the laboratory, you should
Technology can have a(n) ____________ impact on society.
Scientific claims _______ need to be supported by persuasive evidence.
A scientist should always balance open-mindedness with ___________.
__________ is grouping together items that are alike in some way.
Good preparation helps you stay _________ when doing science activities.
The different ways in which scientists study the natural world is called.
Life science is the study of ___________.
When you explain or interpret the things you observe, you are making a(n) __________.
A refrigerator is an example of _____________.
What is a possible safety hazard in the field?
Which is the best way to prepare for a lab?
How people change the world around them to solve practical problems is called __________.
A scientists reputation for truthfulness is his or her _____________.
Scientists communicate their research so that other scientists can ____________.
When you draw a conclusion from an experiment, you ask yourself whether the data ___________________.
What is a possible explanation for a set of observations?
Making a forecast of what will happen is called ______________.
Using one or more of your senses to gather information is called _____________.
What is a way of learning about the natural world?
Which is a quantitative observation?
Which is a qualitative observation?
The process that involves posing a question, forming a hypothesis, designing an experiment, collecting data, drawing conclusions, and communicating is called.
Every step in the process described above can lead back to which step?
What can you infer about the way scientists study the natural world?
What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative observations?
Which is an example that explains how technology can be both positive and negative.
Why is honesty especially important in a scientist when the results of an experiment go against predictions?
Explain why using two manipulated variables in an experiment would not be wise.
Which statement best describes the safety precautions you should follow at the end of a lab experiment.
An organism is:
Cells are
Biologists use the ___________ system of measurement.
The scientific name of an organism is made up of the :
Biology means:
A biome is
DNA :
Giraffes got their long necks:
A food web begins with what type of organism?
In a food pyramid what level has the greatest amount of biomass?
I can smell things using my.....
I jump high because I have strong ......
When I hug my mom tight. I use my long.....
We use our ________ to see our world.
I can taste different flavor with our....
Use socks to cover my _______ at night.
I put a scarf around my ________ when it is cold.
_______ are very important organs in the respiratory system.
We use our _____________ to chew food
I use my ________ to make intricate crafts.
Tam ___ Bob play.
You ___ good.
I ____ help.
I ___ fast.
This is ____ you.
I can ___ a good job.
He ___ a game.
I ___ a pup.
_____ is my pal.
I am _____.
I ____ cats.
I ___ at you.
You can help ____.
I ____ at school.
I ____ you.
I see ____ cat.
I go ____ school.
I ____ five.
Where is ___ book?
I am ____ you.
I can help ____.
The speech which included the statement 'Give me liberty or give me death' was made to?
Lewis and Clark's expedition was the result of actions taken by?
French and Indian War Ended, ?, Colonist dissatisfied with British rule. Which event best completes this diagram?
- Missouri Compromise, - ?, - Kansas-Nebraska Act. Which action best completes this list?
Robert E. Lee refused to take command of the Union forces during the Civil War because he?
Before the Civil War, the North supported tariffs in order to?
After the Civil War, Confederate currency was?
Served as Union Naval Captain, Decorated for heroism, Served as Congressman following the Civil War. Which person is described by this list?
The Continental Divide is a part of the?
Which American Indians lived in eastern North America
Which two continents are described as parts of a single landmass?
Which product was most associated with the Southern colonies?
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Which substances are necessary for plants to produce sugar through photosynthesis?
What energy conversion happens when animals use respiration?
Why is repiration important to living things?
What process directly produces the energy needed to carry out life activities?
What type of energy is stored in a plant and then used in muscle cells of an animal that ate the plant?
Which substance do plants use for their energy and growth needs?
Which example illustrates the movement of energy from the sun through living things?
The process of respiration is important because
Which organism produces sugar from carbon dioxide and water using energy from light?
In a closed terrarium, more photosynthesis is taking place than respiration. Which gas would you expect to increase?
How many elements are currently known?
Which is not part of an atom?
Which of these elements is abbreviated with a language other than english?
Which is the smallest in both size and mass?
What name is given to the elements in the center part of the periodic table?
Who began the work on the periodic table?
What needs to be done to make an atom into an anion?
Isotopes are formed when what is changed?
How many electrons does Mg+2 have? (It\'s #12 on the PT)
What gets bigger as you move left to right on the periodic table?
The speed you read on a speedometer is ______ because it shows the speed at a given point in time.
A merry-go-round horse moves at a constant speed but a changing _____ because it is constantly changing direction.
If you ride your bike down the road for 5 miles then turn around and ride back, your distance is ____ than your displacement.
3 m/s east is an example of a(n):
Why is velocity a vector quantity and speed a scalar quantity?
Students are asked to measure the speed of a toy car as it moves across the floor. What materials will they need to complete this assignment?
A bus travels at a speed of 50 km/hr for 1 hour. The distance traveled is_____.
Velocity includes a direction as well as speed which makes it a _____ quantity.
A student runs 3 miles north and then turns and runs 2 miles east. What is her total distance travelled?
When graphing motion, time is placed on the __-axis because it is the ______ variable.
Millise seadme kaudu Sa näed arvuti pilti?
Milliste tähtede vahel asub klaviatuuril O täht?
Millist seadet vajad teksti sisestamiseks arvutisse?
Mitu juhet väljub monitori tagant?
Kas igal arvutil on olemas on/off ja reset nupp?
Millise seadmega kuuled arvutist heli?
CD-ROM seadmesse saab panna ...
Milline seade on arvuti kasutamisel nn käepikenduseks?
Mis värviga on arvuti korpusel märgitud kõrvaklappide auk?
Printeriga saab ...
Mis on pildil?
Mis sead on number 1. all?
Kui palju mahutab pildil olev seade?
Kuidas nimetatakse vasakpoolset monitori?
Mis on pildil?
Kas piltidel toodud printerid trükivad kahele poole korraga?
Mis avaneb hiire parema klahvi vajutamisel?
Mis on pildil?
Kui palju andmeid mahutab CD?
Millise klahviga saab suuri tähti kirjutada?
Necesito _______ calculadora.
Tenemos ________ boligrafos.
Quiero comprar ________ carpetas rojas
Tengo ____ reloj deportivo.
Necesitamos _____ lapices
________cuadernos necesitas?
_____ papel tienes?
Tengo _______ lapices
Tengo ________ computadoras
Tengo ____ reglas
The light flashes from (__________) abdomen.
We let the fireflies go. Our friends released (__________) later.
A snake sheds a "snake's" skin when it outgrows it.
This bleached-out turtle shell is "the one belonging to me".
Zara and Ted explained that the rat was "Zara's" and the hamster was "Ted's."
Each animal is adapted to "it’s" environment.
They can use these organs to locate
My corn snake Lolamae can take a whole mouse or egg in
It took
Lolamae will be happy to slither up
2.5678 - 2.507
Which number is between 0.5 and 0.8?
2.55 + 5.30 + 0.80
What fraction is equal to 25%?
What is 90% of 120?
What is the area of a rectangle with a length of 12m and a width of 4m?
18.4 m written in cm is...
What is the volume of a box with the following dimensions: length = 4, width = 5, height = 7?
The three angles of a triangle always add up to....
Find the area of a triangle with a base of 10.5 cm and a height of 4.5 cm.
In a play, the introduction of the main characters and setting can be found in the
The painted pieces of a stage that suggest location, time period, or the setting of the play are the
The use of body movement, gestures, and facial expressions is
A significant statement that a story makes about society, human nature, or the human condition is the
In character analysis, the goal that a character has in a scene or "what the character wants" is known as the
If you know how to run a mixer board and enjoy creating music and special effects, you might volunteer to do the ______________________ for a play.
In character analysis, the "strategy" or the way a character obtains his/her goal is known as the
Gobos, color gels, and a vivid imagination are needed to create effective ____________________ for a play.
Diction, rate, volume, articulation, and inflection make up one's
The turning point of the play where characters change is the
Suspense builds as the action becomes more complicated with the
This technical element is needed so that the lighting does not "wash out" the color on the actors face.
The precise movement and stance of an actor on stage is the
A literary element empoloyed by playwrights is a dialoge. It is ____________________.
This technical element complements make-up as it creates an overall feel for character, time, setting, and place.
The degree of clarity and distinctiveness in speaking is
In order to sustain interest in drama, the playwright will often create a state of unknowing for the audience or __________________________.
Items that are carried on by characters to enhance time and setting or to be used for the action of the play are known as
One of the primary results of good drama when the audience identifies with and shares the feelings with the characters on stage is known as
In character analysis, what getsin the way of a character's goal is known as as
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What time do you notify teacher by when absent?
What grade do you receive if you are fired from your Practicum Training Site?
Who do you talk to if you are having a problem at your Practicum Site?
Who must be present while you are at your Practicum Site
Do you have to report to your Practicum site on school holidays?
How many days do you have to find a Practicum Site?
What do you fill out each week?
How many hours must be attend Practicum class and site each week?
Who evaluates you each 9 weeks?
Do you have to make up missed hours?
What subject are you taking from Mrs. Frakes
I can stick gum under the desk without consequence!
Which of the following would not be ok in Mrs. Frakes Classroom.
Mrs. Frakes will post each days lesson and homework assignment on her webpage.
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All students have an assigned seat.
A Tangent touches a circle at how many points?
A square which of the following characteristis?
You are in room
What structure controls the movement of chemicals in and out of an animal cell?
What gel like substance makes up most of the cell?
What form of locomotion does a paramecium utilize?
Which of the following can create its own food from sunlight?
What controls the creation of proteins in a cell?
What process takes energy to complete?
How do most of your body cells reproduce?
What structure would you not find in a liver cell?
What structure would you expect more of in a muscle cell?
What happens to a cell if it can't get rid of the waste products of cellular respiration?
A student designs an experiment to determine how surface type affects the amount of force needed to roll a ball 20 meters. What is the independent variable?
A student wants to test how the concentration of phosphorus in a fertilizer affects plant growth. In designing this experiment the independent variable would most likely be the...?
Galileo was an Italian scientist who helped to develop the
The scientific method is a(n)
A hypothesis is a(n
In a controlled experiment, scientists investigate a single
In a double-blind test, the non-control group receives a
Why is a placebo used in double-blind drug test?
What form do we use to write hypotheses?
What is the first step in the scientific method?
What must occur for a hypothesis to be considered fully proven?
The fake pill or medicine taken by members of a control group is a
What describes data?
What is an independent variable?
What is a control group?
What is a way of learning about the natural world
What is the study of life?
What is using one or more of your senses to gather information?
What is explaining or interpreting the things you observe?
What is making a forecast of what is to come?
What is a possible answer to a scientific question?
What is making sure information is correct in all details?
What type of variable does the scientist change?
What are the results of the changed variable?
What are factors that change in an experiment?
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The world's first electronic stock exchange is the
The biggest and oldest stock exchange in the United States is the_______
When a corporation sells stock for the first time, it is called an
The ________is an independent federal agency that enforces federal laws on securities (stocks and bonds).
a business owned by many people; each owns one or more parts, or shares, of the business.
The money from sales of stock is a corporation's __________to operate or expand its business.
One way that corporations raise money is by selling part ownership in the company called
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Which statement best explains the reason some insects can walk across the surface of a lake?
Where is the majority of Earth’s freshwater located?
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