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Which type of substance can float in water?
What do scientists mean when they say that water is a polar molecule?
Which property of water best explains why the surface of the water is pulled up the sides of a graduated cylinder to create a meniscus(a curve in the water)?
Water circulating through pipes is often used to cool engines that produce large amounts of heat. Why is circulating water an effective method of cooling?
When water fills a submarine's floation tanks, the overall density of the submarine
If you pour water on to a sheet of wax paper, the water forms drops that are flat on the bottom and round on top. Why does the water arrange itself in this shape?
A beaker with 100 mL of water is placed on a hot plate and heated. The water boils at 100°C. At what temperature would 90 mL of water boil?
Approximately 70% of Earth's surface is covered with water. What percentage of this water is salt water contained in oceans?
The "untying of the plot" or the resolution of the play is the
A literary element found in written play scripts that gives the actors and directors information about the movement of the character or the action of the play is
The use of highs and lows and varying the pitch of one's voice is
Painted canvas covered frames are called
In order to express meaning, an actor should learn to vary how fast or slow she/he speaks to learn to vary her/his ______________________.
The act of producing a speech sound with vowels and consonants is the use of ______________ on stage.
When a character is alone onstage delivering a speech, either to another character or alone to the audience, that character is delivering a
The use of sounds, inflection, pitch, rate, language, diction, and articulation is
The area of stage closest to the audience is the
The area of the stage farthest from the audience is the
The measure of mass of a substance per unit volume.
The amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of one gram of a substance by one degree Celsius.
Water vapor given off by plant photosynthesis.
The continuous movement of water from the ocean to the atmosphere to the land and back to the ocean.
The force that acts on the particles at the surface of a material.
The process that moves water through a narrow porous space.
Uneven distribution of charges across a molecule.
The ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object that is immersed in the fluid.
The process of warm air cooling as it rises and releasing moisture in the form of a liquid.
The rain, snow, sleet or hail that falls from clouds onto the Earth’s land and oceans
What tool can scientists use to measure volume?
Ice floats in water becasue it is?
We measure mass in what units?
Mass times Gravity gives us somethings?
This type of matter has a definate shape and volume.
The two things you need to calculate density are?
This type of matter has no definate shape but a definate volume.
A cube with a density of 1.23 g/ml will?
What is the density of a rock that has a mass of 6 g and a volume of 3ml?
What is the density of a block that has a mass of 6 g and and is measured to be 1cm X 1cm X 3cm?
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Which geographic factor was most important to the development of the early river valley civilizations?
Why did ancient civilizations develop in valleys of rivers such as the Nile, Indus, Tigris and Euphrates?
Early peoples who moved frequently as they searched for the food they needed for survival are called
One reason early civilizations developed in China, Egypt, and the Tigris-Euphrates Valley in Mesopotamia is because
The Neolithic Revolution was characterized by the
In which region did China's earliest civilizations develop?
In which field of study do people learn about the development of early human beings?
When studying ancient civilizations, a geographer would be most interested in looking at
One reason the Euphrates, Indus, Nile, and Tigris valleys became centers of early civilization is that these valleys had
What was an important result of the Neolithic Revolution?
What Branch of Government is responsible for "MAKING" the laws?
What two "bodies" make up the Congress?
What Branch of government is responsible for "ENFORCING" the laws?
Who is the leader of the Executive Branch?
What Branch of government is responsible for "INTERPRETING" if the laws are fair?
What is the Supreme Law of the Land?
What is the higest court in the United States?
The Legislative Branch . . .
The Judicial Branch
The Executive Branch . . .
1. Simplify: 58 - (20 ÷ 4) • 3 and explain your answer.
The product of 0.368 and 4.2
Find the sum of 4.382 and 8.4
What is 6% of 140
Find the unit rate of: A bag of Mathy Goodies cost $18 for 12 ounces. How much will Mathy Goodies cost per ounce?
Jill collected 6 more than 3 times Bill’s total number of baseball cards. If Bill collected 18 baseball cards, how many did Jill collect?
27/81 is equal to
Convert 4.56 % to a decimal
The answer to a division problem is called the _____________________.
Convert: .12 into a fraction. Show your answer in simplest form.
The code of Hammurabi is an example of
Hieroglyphic and cuneiform systems provided the basis for the development of
The river valleys of the Tigris-Euphrates, Huang He (Yellow River), and Indus were centers of early civilization because they
The importance of the Code of Hammurabi, the Twelve Tables, and the Justinian Code is that they
Judaism, Islam, and Christianity share a belief in
The Code of Hammurabi and the Twelve Tables were designed to
Hammurabi's Code, the Ten Commandments, and the Twelve Tables were all significant to their societies because they established
Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are similar in that they all ask their followers to
The Code of Hammurabi was a major contribution to the development of civilization because it
The Phoenicians are often referred to as the
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When a new organism was developed by budding and has a single parent.
A single celled organism is said to be _____.
An organism made up of two or more cells.
The combinations of chemical reactions that build or break down materials that are essential for life.
When an organism responds to environmental factors.
A process in which an organism body maintains a stable internal environment.
Evolution is the ______.
Which of the following is an example of matter?
What are the metric Prefixes from Smallest to Biggest?
What unit would I use to measure length in science class?
What unit would I use to measure mass in science class?
How many atoms are present in the chemical formula NaCl
What elements are found in C6H12O6?
If Potassium nitrate is dissolved in water, what is the solute?
If Potassium nitrate is dissolved in water, what is the solvent?
What is the density of a piece of wood that has a mass of 25 g and a volume of 29 g?
You are left a copper statue in a will that has a density of 8.9 g/ml. You have no use for a statue so turn it into an earring. What is the density of the earring that weighs .1g?
The monomer found in proteins.
The monomer found in nucleic acids.
Proteins are ____.
Polymer made up of many monosaccharides
A monomer is _____.
Biological molecules that are made up of many small subunits bonded together
A scientific study that focuses on carbon based compounds
Main source of energy for all living organisms.
Main source of storing energy in living organisms
Deoxyribonucleic acid
Ribonucleic Acid
The term 'macromolecule' means ___.
The joining of monomers to make large macromolecules is ____.
Which term does not mean condition of?
Which term does not mean condition of?
Which suffix means specialist in a field of study?
Which suffix means medical specialty?
Which suffix does not mean pertaining to or resembling?
Which suffix does not mean pertaining to or resembling?
Which suffix does not mean pertaining to or resembling?
Which term does not mean pertaining to or resembling?
Which term does not mean pertaining to or resembling?
Which pair has correct singular/plural endings?
Which singular/plural pair are correct?
Which singular/plural pair is correct?
The suffix of the term anemia is
The suffix in the term necrosis means
An expert in the field of archaelogy would be called a/an
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What day of the week is today?
Clerk Needed. No experience necessary Hours Mon–Fri from 4 P.M.–7 P.M.: DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, WHICH STUDENT WOULD BE THE BEST MATCH FOR THIS JOB?
What is the first step in career planning?
What term describes a company that is authorized to operate as a legal person?
A plastics company cuts costs and gains control of the plastics market in the United States. THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WOULD INVESTIGATE THIS COMPANY's PRACTICES IN ORDER TO
Why have only 27 amendments been added to the Constitution of the United States in more than 200 years?
We, the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union ... Constitution of the United States, 1787. THIS PHRASE BEST REFERS TO THE
PRESIDENTIAL VETO! This action is one way the president can influence
Which branch of government has the power to declare Virginia laws unconstitutional?
In which court case did the United States Supreme Court establish the power of judicial review?
The principle of federalism gives governmental power to
The powers of local Virginia governments are granted directly by the
Scheduled Meetings. General Assembly 8 am; District Court 9 am; Board of Supervisors 10 am.; Governor 11 am. WHICH MEETING WOULD A PERSON ATTEND TO HEAR ONLY LEGISLATION CONCERNING THE LOCAL COUNTY?
In a criminal case, a jury determines -
How are implied powers most often used by the United States Congress?
Which power is a responsibility of the Virginia General Assembly?
Which action is an example of political lobbying
1. Strong work ethic. 2. Computer literacy. 3. Positive attitude. WHAT IS THE BEST TITLE FOR THIS LIST?
Which is an example of a proprietorship?
Lawsuit Filed Against Major Store for Unfair Sales Practices: THIS HEADLINE DESCRIBES A CASE INVOLVING
Which is the best action the government can take to increase the amount of funds available for businesses?
Which action represents a way the federal government can promote business competition
Why were the charters of the Virginia Company of London important?
In order for a United States citizen to receive a fair trial, other citizens must —
Which is necessary to amend the Constitution of the United States?
Aiko and Ian know that some children at their school lack school supplies. With the support of their principal, parents, and teachers, they organize a district-wide school supply drive: By starting this school supply drive, Aiko and Ian are —
President Calls a Special Session of Congress to Pass New Budget: The principle of United States government that is best illustrated in this headline is —
Senate Approves Presidential Appointment: This headline illustrates a power of which branch of government?
According to the 10th Amendment of the Bill of Rights, powers not specifically delegated are reserved to the people or —
Which level of government can declare war on foreign nations?
Olivia normally works after school on Mondays and Wednesdays. Which is her opportunity cost if she adds Tuesday and Thursday afternoons to her work schedule?
Which action by the Governor of Virginia is an example of maintaining public safety?
Political parties distribute literature about their candidates in order to —
In order to win an election, a major party is most likely to —
1. Bill is debated 2. Bill is proposed 3. Bill is voted on by both houses 4. Bill is worked on in committees. WHAT IS THE CORRECT SEQUENCE FOR THE LAW-MAKING PROCESS IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
State Criminal Court Notice of Arraignment Defendant: Cyrus Phillippe Attorney: Hilda Oskray Date: September 18 Time: 9:00 A.M. WHICH ACTION IS MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR AT THIS EVENT?
Local governments preparing a response for an international health crisis would most likely —
An economy in which communities use simple tools and methods to harvest and hunt for food often results in little economic growth. WHICH TYPE OF ECONOMY IS BEING DEFINED?
Advances in technology have increased the number of people needed to —
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Which example is primary source of information for historians?
In almost every society, the problem of scarcity must be dealt with because
The term subsistence farmers refers to people who grow
In which field of study do people learn about the development of early human beings?
Which document is an example of a primary source?
Hunting and gathering, subsistence agriculture, and the barter system are characteristics of a
Studying oral histories, archaeological evidence and cultural histories are methods most often used by
When studying ancient civilizations, a geographer would be most interested in looking at
Most traditional societies are
Which feature would most often be shown on a political map
What was the immediate cause of the outbreak of World War I (1914)?
The United States found it difficult to remain neutral during the first three years of World War I because of its desire to
President Woodrow Wilson's policy of strict neutrality during the early years of World War I was challenged by
Prior to entering World War I, the United States protested Germany's use of submarine warfare primarily because it
What was a major reason the United States entered World War I (1917)?
One goal for a lasting peace that President Woodrow Wilson included in his Fourteen Points was
A major purpose of President Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points (1918) was to
Many senators who opposed Unites States membership in the League of Nations argued that joining the League would
One major reason the United States Senate refused to approve the Treaty of Versailles after World War I was the many senators
Why did the Senate reject the Versailles Treaty (1919)?
In 1920, when Presidential candidate Warren G. Harding called for a
Which event represents an expression of nativism during the 1920?
Which expression most accurately illustrates the concept of nativism?
Which characteristic of the 1920s is illustrated by the trial of Sacco and Vanzetti?
Which action is an example of nativism in the 1920s?
Which action by the federal government during the late 1800s is an example of nativism?
What was one effect of the Bolshevik Revolution (October 1917) on the United States?
The migration of African Americans to the North during and following World War I was mainly a result of the
What was a major result of Prohibition in the United States during the 1920s?
National Prohibition, as authorized by the 18th Amendment, state that
The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s influenced American society by
Which feature of the Harlem Renaissance best reflects the image of the Roaring Twenties?
A result of the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s was the
The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s can best be described as
The works of Duke Ellington and Langston Hughes reflected the
Langston Hughes and Duke Ellington are noted for their contributions to the cultural movement of the 1920s known as the
The Harlem Renaissance was important to American society because it
One goal of the Harlem Renaissance writers was to
During the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s, African American authors and artists used literature and art to
In the 1920s, both Langston Hughes and Duke Ellington made major contributions to
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What is Matter?
A mixture is?
A solution can:
If I put 4 grams of sugar in a solution and let the water evaporate:
When a liquid can not hold or dissolve anymore sugar(saturated)
How can I separate this mixture:water ,marbles, iron filings
I have a cup with 10 milliliters of water..A sponge was then placed in the cup. The cup now containes 3 (ml)milliliters of water.)How much water was absorbed by the sponge?
After that , the sponge was squeezed and the water returned to the same cup. It now has 8 millimters of water. How much water was retained by the sponge?
Air is mixture
Mass is measured in what units and by using what tool?
After the Ethiopians where cut off from the rest of the world they developed their own form of what ?
What is a mass movment of people?
What is an area of gently rolling land covered by grass?
What is a goup of families that trace their roots to the same ancestor?
What is the largest dessert in the world and in Africa?
What items did they usally trade in West Africa?
During A.D 300 what became the major religion religon?
Most gold that came to Swhaili was from?
African rainforest are located on either side of the what?
Bantu MIgrations lasted about how long?
A great movement of people?
Africas rainforest are located on both sides of the?
.______ was one of the most important kingdoms of west africa?
The most important product
Most of the gold that was brought to swahili came from around?
Mansa Musa wanted Mali to be a leading center of?
Kilwa was a muslim city that thrived because of?
the Bantu migrations lasted for?
Much of the area north and south of Africas rainforests is a ________ ,a rolling grassland.
The people who finally drove the rulers of Aksum from the coast of Africa were ?
How did geography influence the development of ancient Greece
An important factor that prevented the ancient Greek city-states from uniting to form a single nation was the
What was one cause of the development of many small independent city-states in ancient Greece?
In a comparison of the ancient cities of Athens and Sparta, Sparta placed more emphasis on
Olympic games, the poems of Homer, and Hellenistic culture are associated with which ancient civilization?
One effect of rugged, mountainous geography on the civilization of ancient Greece was the development of
Which statement about Greek civilization is an opinion rather than a fact?
Which statement most likely represents the view of a citizen of ancient Athens visiting Sparta?
What was one effect of Alexander the Great's conquests?
Which society practiced direct democracy?
Which animal could travel up to 10 days without water so they were used for traveling trade routes?
The two most important trade items were gold and_________ ?
Which ruler built a professional army with a riverboat fleet?
Who became Mali's first great leader after crushing a cruel, unpopular leader?
Moroccan troops defeated which emire that lacked modern weapons?
__________ trading ships brought pepper, leopard skins, ivory and slaves to Benin's port at Gwatto?
Which group of people were named after the language they spoke?
Which leader gave away so much gold the value declined?
THe city states of ________ and Katsina became profitable from supplying the needs of trade caravans?
___________ never recovered after the Muslim Almoravids disrupted the gold-salt trade.
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a map used by a sailor or airplane pilot
disadvantages or negative features that cause a person to want to leave a place
a map that shows a particular kind of information, such as population density or mineral resources
a system of imaginary lines that connect at the North and South Poles are used to measure distance east or west of the Prime Meridian
someone who makes maps
Which is a “theme” in the study of Geography?
What do we call an area, or a group of places close to each other where people share a language, way of life, and/or set of beliefs?
The study and record of the past is known as ______________________.
Interdependence between cultural regions has increased as a result of advancements in
On a map, a line that runs parallel to the equator is a line of ___________________.
Which terms refers to a group of places close to each other that have things in common?
An example of a thematic map is a map of
How is a globe different from a map?
Which is a form of unlimited government?
Which of the following best describes the Prime Meridian?
The term massage, as well as the common names for the strokes (effleruage, petrissage, tapotement) and frictions, is generally attributed to
Massage has been a major part of medicine for at least
The Japanese called the points of stimulation
The Greeks made ________ and the regular use of massage part of their physical fitness rituals.
In his writings, Hippocrates used the word anatripsis, which meant the art of rubbing a part
De Medicina, written by _______, deals extensively with prevention and therapeutics using massage, exercise, and bathing.
A French barber-surgeon named _______ is credited with restoring the health of Mary, Queen of Scots, by use of massage.
The Ling System of massage is more commonly known as
Movements performed by the patient in cooperation with the therapist are called
Charles Fayette Taylor, a New York physician, introduced the Ling methods to the United States in
________ wrote extensively on the benefits of massage and hydrotherapy and published Art of Massage: A Practical Manual for the Nurse, the Student and the Practitioner in 1929.
Austrian physician _____ developed a method of gentle rhythmical massage along the surface lymphatics, accelerating lymphatic system function and treating chronic lympedema.
Elizabeth Dicke is credited with developing
Massage that broadens the fibrous muscles, tendons, or ligaments, breaking down unwanted adhesions and restoring mobility to muscles is called
Following World War II, _______ played a secondary role in physical therapy as more mechanical and electrical means of stimulation and rehabilitation gained popularity.
The development of the ________ in the 1960s placed more emphasis on prevention, recognized the importance of controlling stress, and advocated massage.
_______ massage services were made available to the athletes for the first time at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
_______, introduced in 1985 by David Palmer, is performed with the client clothed and seated on a special massage chair.
A set of guiding moral principles that governs a person's choice of action is called a
______ are personal comfort zones that help an individual mantain a sense of comfort and safety.
nonverbal communication is also known as
each massage session should begin with a ___ to determine any changes in conditions or course of tretment
all of the following are indications that the client may be feeling discomfort and the massage may need to be altered in some way EXCEPT
operational policies in the massage practice may include all of the follwing EXCEPT
____, a listing of modalities the massage practice offers, is part of the policy and procedure manual
which one of the following questions should the massage therapist ask to get clues about what area of the clients body may be carrying stress
observation includes noticing how clients do all of the following EXCEPT
the___ is an outline the practitioner can follow when giving massage treatments
additional info concerning the clients preferences is often provided in the
____ Is an educational process that ensures the client has recieved and understands the nature and extent of massage services
Professional boundaries are predetermined practices that protect the _____ of the client and the therapist.
_______ is the study of the standards and philosophy of human conduct.
The way a practitioner manages _____ sets clear boundaries.
Which one of the following is NOT a sign of a client's discomfort?
Some relationships have a power differential where more authority is held by the person on one side of the relationship while the other person is in a _____ role.
Who is responsible for ensuring that the power differential is not abused?
When a client tries to personalize the therapeutic relationship, it is known as
Thinking excessively about a client between sessions is a sign of
A situation that combines the therapeutic relationship with a secondary relationship that extends beyond the massage practitioner/client relationship is called
Low levels of serotonin and dopamine are evidence of
When using a wrap, or a towel, the client arranges it so that the open side is situated at the ___ of the body
In administering massage, the practitioner must be aware of all of the following except
_____ is key to the way the client will respond to the terapist and the massage treatment
The massage ______refers to the pattern of design of a massage
Do you want to build a snowman?
How many bones are in an adult human body
How many muscles are in the human body
What is another name for harmful bacteria
The Battlecreek Sanitorium was run by
______ is known as the Father of chair massage
The practitioners hands must be sanitized before touching each client by washing with?
infection diseases are casued by minute living organisms called?
common paths of infection includes all of the following except?
are often the result of inhaling tiny airborne pathogens by simply being in close proximity to a contagious individual who is coughing , sneezing, or simply talking.
is a major defense against the invasion of pathogens
are minute, unicellular microorganisms exhibiting both plant and animal characteristics
bacteria are also called_____ or _____ and are most numerous in dirt, refuse, unclean water, and diseased tissues.
the three general forms of bacteria include all of the following except?
a ____ is defined as any of a class of submicroscopic pathogenic agents that are capable of transmitting
A ______ is the causative agent for aids
____ is a diverse group of organisms potentially capable of causing disease that thrive or grow in wet or damp areas.
all of the following are types of Fungi EXCEPT?
_____ are used to greatly reduce the spread of infectious disease
_____ is the most complete process that destroys all living organisms, including bacterial spores.
the second level of decontaminating pathogens, ___ does not kill bacterial spores
a massage practitioners hands should be washed with warm water and soap
the consultaion is a time to do which of the following
the consultation is the best time for all of the following EXCEPT
an effective consultation depends on which one of the following
all of the following are forms of nonverbal communication EXCEPT
Which of the following is a qualitative observation?
Which of the following is NOT a step of the Scientific Method?
Why do experiments need controls?
Which of the following is an inference?
Find the Independent Variable: Sam wanted to see if sunlight would affect a plant's height. She placed one plant in a dark cabinet, one in natural sunlight in a window, one under a lamp for 3 hours and one under a lamp for 8 hours.
Find the Dependent Variable: Sam wanted to see is sunlight would affect a plant's height. She placed one plant in a dark cabinet, one in nature sunlight in a window, one under a lamp for 3 hours and one under a lamp for 8 hours.
Which of the following is a quantitative observation?
Why does an experiment need constants?
Which of the following is a lab safety device found in the classroom?
Which of the following is NOT a lab Safety rule?
The science that seeks to understand the living world.
The science that is the study of invertebrates and vertebrates.
Marine Biology is the study of ___.
The smallest unit of an organisms that can be considered alive.
Sexual Reproduction is ____
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Paco y Yoli ________________ (dormirse) durante el partido
Nosotros casi ___________(morirse) de verguenza.
(Tu) _____________ (reirse) mucho con tus amigos?
Yo ____________(sentirse) contenta.
Miguel le __________ (pedir) para un menu al camerero.
Los estudiantes ___________(vestirse) de uniforme.
Yo no _____________(divertirse) al partido.
Ella _________(seguir) durmiendo
Ellas __________(sentirse) tristes.
Miguel ___________(preferir) el futbol mas del futbol americano.
Which values are most closely associated with the fundamental principles of Buddhism?
Which term is used to describe the spread of Buddhism from India through Southeast Asia
Archaeological studies of the Indus Valley cities of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro show evidence of
In which region did China's earliest civilizations develop?
In China, Confucianism emphasized the idea that
The history of which classical civilization was shaped by the monsoon cycle, the Himalaya Mountains, and the Indus River?
The five relationships taught by Confucius encouraged people to
Hammurabi's code of laws and Qin dynasty legalism are similar in that both promoted the idea that
The terms Brahma, dharma, and moksha are most closely associated with which religion?
Which quotation from the teachings of Confucius is most similar to the Golden Rule from Judeo-Christian teaching?
The ideals developed in the Athens of Pericles and in Republican Rome influenced the developement of
Judaism, Islam, and Christianity share a belief in
The Code of Hammurabi and the Twelve Tables were designed to
Hammurabi's Code, the Ten Commandments, and the Twelve Tables were all significant to their societies because they established
After the western Roman Empire fell to Germanic invaders in the 5th century A.D., the eastern part of the empire eventually became known as the
One contribution of ancient Roman culture was the development of
One way in which the Code of Hammurabi, the Twelve Tables, and the Justinian Code are similar is that each
Which ancient civilization is associated with the Twelve Tables, an extensive road system, and the poets Horace and Virgil
The Twelve Tables were the written laws of
How did the geography of the Italian peninsula influence the development of the Roman Empire?
He was president during the Spanish American.
This president was famous for building the Panama Canal.
Who said "Walk softly carry a big stick."
This president tried to improve relations with Latin America by using Dollar Diplomacy?
This president led the nation during WW1. Some people called him a idealist. Hint he was wasnt the brightest bulb around.
The belief that US has the right to interfere in the matters of Latin American nations and to act as an international police over them would best be described as?
The sinking of what ship was the immediate cause of the Spanish American War?
The Germans sunk this ship before the US entered WW1. It helped turn public opinion against the Germans
The MAJOR Allied powers in WWI included Britain, the United States, Russia and
This country was one of the Central Powers
The contributions of the Golden Age of Islamic civilization include
One way in which the Eightfold Path and the Five Pillars of Faith are similar is that these rules
Judaism, Islam, and Christianity share a belief in
Which statement about the Golden Age of Islam is a fact rather than an opinion?
The Golden Age of Muslim culture was best known for its
A major contribution of the Golden Age of Islam was the
Which text is essential to the practice of Islam?
Which practice is most closely associated with a person of the Islamic faith?
Which belief system is considered monotheistic?
One similarity between the Gupta Empire and the Arab dynasties of the Islamic Golden Age is that they
A similarity between the ancient western African kingdoms of Mali, Ghana, and Songhai is that these kingdoms
One conclusion that can be reached from the evidence about Mansa Musa's rule of Mali is that
Between A.D. 800 and 1600, the West African city of Timbuktu became prosperous with the trading of
The rise of the West African kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai can be attributed to
Which phrase best describes Mali under the rule of Mansa Musa?
Which statement explains a cause rather than an effect of the Bantu migration between 500 B.C. and A.D. 1500?
The spread of Islam into the kingdoms of Ghana and Mali resulted from
The West African kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai experienced economic prosperity because they all
The wealth and power of Mali's ruler, Mansa Musa, were significant because they contributed to the
Which economic activity was the basis for most of the wealth and power of the West African empires of Ghana and Mali?
Which term is used to describe the spread of Buddhism from India through Southeast Asia
A belief of animism is that
The Mongol Empire stretched across parts of
The use of the Silk Road in Asia and caravan routes in northern Africa and southwestern Asia encouraged
One similarity between the Gupta Dynasty in India and the Tang Dynasty in China is that each dynasty
Which statement supports the claim that diversity was an important characteristic of the Mongol Empire (1200-1350)?
One similarity between Japanese Shintoism and African animism is the belief that
The Tang dynasty of China, the Gupta Empire of India, and the Mali Empire of Africa were similar in that each experienced a period of
Which factor contributed to the success of the vast empire created by the Mongols?
Ibn Battuta and Marco Polo were similar in that both
A major goal of the Christian Church during the Crusades (1096-1291) was to
An important contribution of the Byzantine Empire to Russia is the establishment in Russia of
A direct result of the Crusades was that
Which development in Russian history led to the other three?
Which statement best describes the role of the Roman Catholic Church in Europe during the Middle Ages?
Which cultural element spread from the Byzantine Empire to early Russia?
The Byzantine Empire made its most important contribution to later civilizations by
Which situation is considered a cause of the other three?
During the early Middle Ages, western European societies were most influenced by
The Eastern Orthodox Church and the Cyrillic alphabet originated in the Byzantine Empire. What does the practice of this religion and the use of this alphabet in Russia indicate?
Which factor contributed to the decline in the power of the European nobles in the late Middle Ages
Which groups of people were most closely associated with the spread of the Black Death?
During the feudal period in Europe, power and position in society were based on the
The terms masters, apprentices, and journeymen are most closely associated with the
The term feudalism is best defined as a
What was one of the primary reasons for the spread of the bubonic plague?
Current information suggests that the Black Death spread to Europe as a result of contact with
Which institution served as the primary unifying forces in medieval western Europe?
As the Middle Ages ended, the rise of a middle class in western Europe can be attributed to the
The Roman Catholic Church during the Middle Ages in Europe can best be described as a church that
Please pass in ________________ papers.
She told me that _____________ going to the fair tomorrow.
My mother told me that you want ________________hair cut short.
The office wants to know if _____________ going to play in the game tomorrow.
________________ my best friend.
I can't believe that pickles are ___________________favorite food.
Don't you ever wonder who _______________________next boyfriend will be?
She said, "______________ going to be the next winner!"
What did ________________mother say when she found out?
Please take ______________shoes off before walking on the white carpet.
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You should always keep your Social Security Number in your wallet or purse so you have it if you need it!
What is Cyberbullying?
What is Identity Theft?
What is Sexting?
If you are a victim of Sexting or Cyberbullying, one of the first things you should do is tell a trusted adult.
Sending an email to a person, pretending to be a real business, in an attempt to scam the user into sharing their private information.
You have a disagreement with a friend from school. You get in trouble and feel its your friend's fault. You send a series of angry text messages, over and over, calling her names and even threatening her. What is this an example of?
What is the best translation for amabatur?
What is the best translation for amata erat?
What is the best translation for amavit?
What is the best translation for amabunt?
What is the best translation for amatur?
What is the best translation for amati erant?
What is the best translation for amabitur?
What is the best translation for amaverant?
What is the best translation for amati erunt?
What is the best translation for amatus es?
The study of heredity is called _____.
The passing of traits from parents to offspring.
One of the forms of a trait is called a(n) ____.
The genetic make up of an organism.
The physical characteristic of a gene that is often seen in an organism.
Organisms that have two different alleles for the same trait.
An organism that has two alleles that are identical.
A segment of a gene that codes for a particular protein.
The characteristic of a gene that can easily be observed.
The form of a trait (allele) that is expressed over other alleles.
The allele that is often not visible in the organism and usually visible when the alleles are identical.
A diagram used as a tool to predict the outcome of traits passed on from parents to offspring.
The likelihood that an event will occur.
The reproductive cells that are passed on from parents to offspring
If two parents are heterozygous, what is the probability that they will have an offspring that is homozygous recessive
What is the ratio of a dominate trait to be visible in the phenotype if two heterozygous parents are crossed.
Gregor Mendel is known for studying.
The spaces outside of a Punnett square represent.
What county do you teach in?
What school are we at today?
What is the hardest substance in the human body?
The zebra is the fastest land animal
What piece of lab equipment measures liquid the most accurately?
What is the closest star(s) to Earth?
Which of the following is NOT a macromolecule
What is the pH of pure water?
How many steps does the American Heart Association recommend you get in a day?
What is the world's largest animal?
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When applying massage lubricant, which one of the following is correct?
Which one of the following considerations must be taken into account when massaging the face?
_______ is the use of heat for theraputic purposes
Changes in body as a result of hydrotherapy are classified as all of the following EXCEPT:
______ effects are produced by any of a variety of products added to bath water or steam such as essential oils, herbal preparations, salt, epsom salt, baking soda
An extended application (10-30 min) of cold to the body will have which one of the following effects
Local application of heat causes which of the following
Which one of the following is NOT a contraindication for hot or cold water treatments
The primary purpose of cryotherapy is to _______
In the RICE acronym for first aid treatment, the E stands for
______ is alternating application of heat and cold for theraputic purposes
_____ are used for the local application of ice on a specific body part
______ are effective topical anesthetics used for trigger-point therapy and increasing the stretch in the muscles
For extremities, a(n) ______ can be used to reduce inflammation
Therapeutic ultrasound is a type of _____ that uses sound waves of a frequency between one and three megahertz
Warmed paraffin is generally kept on the body for ____ minutes or until it no longer feels warm
The ______ bath exerts a soothing and relaxing effect on the body and is recommended for nervous and excitable people.
The _____ bath is given as a stimulant to the pelvic region
Heat in a sauna is produced by a ____ heat source
Exposure time in a cabinet bath or steam canopy ranges from ____ minutes
Simplified form of applied kinesiology that involves techniques from both Eastern and Western origins
Uses movement exercises called mentastatics along withmassage-like, gentle shaking of different parts of the body to eliminate and prevent pent-up tension.
Aligns the major body segments through manipulation of the fascia or the connective tissue.
Group of techniques that assess and address soft tissue dysfunction by affecting the neurological mechanisms that cotrol the muscle.
Stimulation of particular points on the surface of the body, which in turn affects otehr areas or organs of the body.
The lightest, most superficial of the percussion techniques
A movement that uses a rhythmical, glancing contact with the body using the flat surface of the palms.
The heaviest and deepest form of percussion done over the denser areas of the body.
A technique used by respiratory therapists to help break up lung congestion
A rapid striking movement that can be done with one or both hands.
__________________________ focuses on the themes of location, place, region, movement, human-environment interaction.
__________________________ is made up of the people and groups in a society that make laws and carry them out.
The conflict between limited resources and unlimited desire is known as ____________________________________.
An area of the world in which many people share similar beliefs, history, and language is a ______________________.
The need of one group of nations for the products and skills of another group of nations is an example of _________________________________.
A legal resident of a country is a ______________________________.
The record of people and events of the past is ______________________________.
“Physical Capital” “Human Capital” and “Natural” are the different types of _____________________________.
The study of how people manage their resources is ____________________________________.
The combination of all of a group of people’s behaviors and beliefs is known as their ______________________.
a way of showing Earth’s spherical curved surface on a flat 2-dimensional surface
something that makes the transportation of goods, people, ideas easier (rivers, roads, flat land, etc.)
a system of imaginary lines that measure distance north or south of the equator
advantages or features that draw a person to live in a new place
to move from one area to settle in another
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Which situation was an immediate cause for the collapse of the Aztec civilization?
One way in which the Aztec and Inca civilizations are similar is that they both
One way the Incas adapted to their environment was by
Inca terrace farming and Aztec floating gardens are examples of
Which geographic feature had the greatest influence on the development of the Inca Empire?
The ancient cultures of both the Incas and the Chinese adapted to the physical geography of their region by
A direct result of the conquest of Tenochtitlan by Hernan Cortes in 1521 was the
A study of Aztec, Maya, and Inca agricultural systems would show that these civilizations
Which technological helped unify both the Roman andt Inca Empires
The archaeological evidence found at the Mesoamerican sites of Tenochtitlan and Machu Picchu suggests that these societies
What does Oberon want that Titania refuses to give him?
Whom does Demetrius love at the end of the play?
Who tells Demetrius that Lysander and Hermia are planning to elope?
Who suggests that the audience consider whether the entire play has been a dream?
Who does Hermia's father want her to marry?
Who does Titania fall in love with when the flower is sprayed on her during her sleep?
What is Bottom turned into?
What is Puck also know as?
Who says, "Are you sure that we are awake? It seems to me that yet we sleep, we dream.”
The play opens with the upcoming marriage of which couple?
An example of a Fixed Expense is
An example of a Variable Expense is
How much does the FDIC/NCUA insure your money?
A credit union is different from a bank because
Is interest earned on your savings account taxed?
Which of the following bank accounts is most liquid?
Who can influence your decision making?
A SMART goal should be:
A SMART goal is for
When Paying Yourself First, how much should you save from each paycheck?
Your net pay
Of the following, which is not mandated by the government to be taken out of your paycheck?
Retirement money that the company pays for
Retirement money that the government pays for
What a company offers if they can't pay you what you want
New York State requires this type of insurance for car owners
Of the following people, which one should have life insurance more than the others?
A reason why a person should get direct deposit
The form you fill out that tells your employer how much tax to withhold
In regards to car insurance, what does the 50 stand for in the following: 50/100/25
According to the Rule of 72, how long will it take to double your money if the interest rate is 2%?
By law, how many times can you receive a free credit report?
What is APR?
The maximum amount a person pays if their credit card is used by someone else without their knowledge
Which of the following carries the most risk in investing
Which of the following carries the lowest risk in investing?
Why should a person diversify?
"Not putting all of your eggs in one basket" describes which term
When starting a financial portfolio, where should you go?
How long does bad credit stay on your credit report?
Martin Luther's posting of the Ninety-Five Theses is considered by many to be a turning point in history because
Which statement concerning the Renaissance in Europe is based on opinion rather than on fact?
A major goal of the Counter Reformation was to
During the 1400s, the cities of Venice, Constantinople, and Canton achieved prominence because their
One way in which the writers of the Renaissance were influenced by the writers of ancient Greece was that the Renaissance writers
In western Europe, a long-term effect of the invention of Gutenberg's printing press was that the
In which way were the developments of the Renaissance in Italy similar to the developments of the Tang dynasty in China?
Which statement explains why the Renaissance began in Italy?
The Renaissance in western Europe is best described as a period marked by
The revival of Greek and Roman culture, the economic growth of Italian city-states in the 1400s, and the development of humanism were aspects of the
What are the types of economic resources?
The steps of economic decision making process are
What are the three economic questions?
The main types of economic systems are
The US economic system is based on
Pantene purchased new machines that will automatically squeeze the appropriate amount of shampoo into different bottles. What type of economic resources are the machines?
Cynthia closed her salon and now needs another way to earn income. Realizing this need is what part of the economic decision-making process
Parker\'s Bakery makes cakes as well as other baked goods. Which economic question does this address?
An example of a value for a traditional economy is
Which is an example of consumers establishing demand
Which person would most likely agree with the divine right theory?
The Magna Carta, the Glorious Revolution, and the writings of John Locke all contributed to Great Britain's development of
The Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights are similar in that they both
A similarity between Louis XIV, Phillip II, and Henry the VIII is that they were all
The primary goal of most of Europe's absolute monarchs was to
One similarity between the rule of Peter the Great of Russia and that of Akbar the Great of India was that both leaders
During the Age of Absolutism (1600s and 1700s), European monarchs tried to
Which of the following was most likely said by an absolute monarch?
The Glorious Revolution in England resulted in the
Which statement best describes a result of the Glorious Revolution in England (1688)?
Businesses continue to making profits is an example of what phase of the business cycle?
Macy\'s may continue with business as usual is what phase of business cycle?
Walmart may change all customer service representatives from full-time to part-time employees without benefits is what phase of business cycle?
Businesses strategize to stimulate demand for products is
US Post Office may expand shipping services by picking up packages from customers\' door steps and make pricing easier for customers to determine is
Businesses will increase human capital is the
MicoSoft may travel to several college campuses to recruit new employess is the
The state department collects monthly reports of total sales from all newspaper companies in NC. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
A report about the economy reveals a decreasing unemployment rate, consumer buying of goods and services is increasing significantly. Which phase does this report cover?
Which is NOT a type of interest rate?
Suleiman held complete religious and political power. Charles I stormed the English Parliament. Peter the Great expanded serfdom in Russia. The actions of these leaders reflect
The Ottoman Empire disrupted overland trade between Europe and Asia. This statement illustrates the
One similarity between the rule of Peter the Great of Russia and that of Akbar the Great of India was that both leaders
King Louis XIV of France, Peter the Great of Russia, and Suleiman the Magnificent of the Ottoman Empire were all considered absolute rulers because they
A major reason that Portugal and Spain established water routes to Asia's spice markets was to
One similarity in the rule of Peter the Great, Suleiman I, and Louis XIV is that each leader
Which empire became powerful partly because of its location near the Mediterranean Sea?
In 1453, the Ottoman Empire rose to power by defeating the
One way in which Asoka, Mansa Musa, and Suleiman the Magnificent are similar is that they
Studying the architectural features of the Parthenon, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Taj Mahal provides information about the
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Pam has 11 bracelets.Sue has 3 fewer bracelets than Pam.How many bracelets does Sue have?
The science museum is 16 miles away. Danny and his family have already driven 7 miles. How many more miles do they have left to drive?
The museum has 6 exhibits about birds and 10 exhibits about magnets. How many more exhibits are about magnets?
I have 45 cents in nickels. A nickel weighs 3 grams. What is the total weight of my nickels?
Alexa has 92 cents in her pocket. Each pencil costs 8 cents. How many pencils can she buy?
Miguel has to bring 30 cupcakes to school. Cupcakes are sold in packages of 8. How many packages should Miguel buy?
James wanted to buy a video game for $15. He has two $10 bills. How much change will he get?
Sarah combined her stuffed animal collection of 12 bears with Jamie, who had 27. How many did they have?
Half of the class wanted to order pizza for reward day. There were 34 students in class. How many wanted to order pizza?
Sam shot 100 free throws and made 85% of them. How many free throws did he make?
Copying and pasting from the Internet can be done without citing the Internet page, because everything on the Internet is common knowledge and can be used without citation.
Of the following types of information, which one does NOT need to be cited
You copy and paste a few sentences from a web site into your paper. The web site doesn't list an author, sponsor or a date. You should:
You see in your class notes that your instructor said some things in class that would help support your argument in your speech. Do you have to cite information from your instructor's lecture?
If you provide in-text citations, should he also write a list of complete citations at the end of his paper?
You need to cite....
You need to include citations in your work because...
Plagiarism is....
If you're unsure if you are writing correct citations, you should...
If I put an author's thoughts into my own words, do I have to cite it?
He Co-Founded Apple, and helped create the first commercially successful personal computer.
This device was the first known calculator.
This device was discovered in a Greek ship wreck. Over 2,000 years old, this device was one of the first mecanical computers. It could calculate the movement of starts and planets in astronomy.
He invented the Pascaline, the first mechanical calculator.
His Loom Head inventions, used punch cards like computer programs. When you changed the punch card, you could change the patterns.
He inventented an electronic tabulating machine to help with the US Census. This machine was one of the first electronic computers. His company would later be known as IBM.
Inventor of the first computer. His Difference Engine and Analytical Engine were the first automatic mechanical computers/calculators. Laid the groundwork for what computers have become today.
This device, invented by Charles Babbage, was the first automatic mechanical calculator.
This engine, invented by Charles Babbage, was the first fully programmable automatic mechanical calculator, and is first general purpose computer concept.
Wrote the first computer program using punch cards, is the first computer programmer.
An American computer scientist, and invented the first personal computer, Simon, in 1950.
He invented the first computer mouse in 1964, changing the way we interact with computers.
He co-founded Microsoft, the largest software company in the world.
He co-founded Apple, and helped create the first commerically successful personal computer with a mouse.
Built in 1942, this device was the first fully automatic electronic digital computer.
What part of a plant makes food?
What is the process of making food in plants called?
During transpiration, what is lost?
What provides energy for photosynthesis?
What vascular tissue carries food in a plant?
What vascular tissue carries water in a plant?
What structure controls the size of the stomata?
What is the process of water vapor in a plant called?
What is the job of seeds
When making observations, you use your
What are the four factors of production?
Which of the following is NOT a basic economic question?
What is the fundamental economic problem?
For something to have value, it must
All of the following are characteristics of a free-enterprise economy EXCEPT
The government plays all of the following roles in the American economy EXCEPT
The American economic system can be described as having a
An advantage of a market economy is its ability to
During period of inflation, people living on a fixed income have
How do consumers exercise their power in the American economy?
A person who recognizes a business opportunity and organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of starting and operating a business.
A Sole Proprietorship has to pay more money in taxes than a Corporation.
A Partnership is easier to raise money than a Sole Proprietorship.
If a business owner wants complete control over their business, they should start a corporation.
A business where two or more people agree to start the business together and share responsibilities.
A Business Plan will include:
A business where a group of people come together to create a business that is treated as a single legal entity.
A detailed plan, including the strategies planned, to achieve a new business’s profit goals
Your business is making a profit if your revenue is more than your expenses.
The money you spend to run your business, or the cost of doing business
The money you make from selling your product or service.
Choose the best example of personal traits of a successful entrepreneur.
One advantage of a partnership is owners can combine their business skills to help the business succeed.
Money is anything that can be accepted in exchange for goods or services.
Hanging onto money to use in future instead of spending it.
A bank account that pays you interest for having money in it.
Using your money to try and make more money.
Saving for something you need months or years to pay for.
The amount paid by a borrower to a lender for the privilege of borrowing the money.
Interest on an investment that is calculatedon the money you originally invested and any interest earned.
The likelihood of losing money in an investment .
A plan that can help protect you from an event in life that costs a large amount of money.
An organized way for people to buy and sell stocks and corporations to raise money.
A certificate representing a share of ownership in a company.
Four of the main choices you can make with your money are Saving, Donating, Spending, and Loaning.
Putting your money into a savings account is an example of investing.
Simple Interest will pay you more money over 3 years than Compound Interest.
The Stock Market is a low risk investment option.
Companies that are public are represented by these on the Stock Market.
Every public company sells shares of stock on every Stock Exchange.
Simple Interest pays you interest on the money you have invested, Compound Interest pays you for money you invested and Interest you have earned.
If you invest in a company on the Stock Market, and the stock goes up, what is the difference called?
If you invest in a company on the Stock Market, and the stock goes down in price, what is the difference called?
You got an email saying it is from your bank. The email explains a problem with your bank account. When you call the number, the person wants you to share your bank account number to verify it is really you. What could this be an example of?
If you receive an inappropriate image, you should forward it to people in your family to check if it is Sexting.
It you receive an email from your bank asking you to login and verify your information, you should immediately click the link in the email and answer the questions.
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Iran raised the prices of imported oil in order to increase the trade of their nation. This is an example of which international trade barrier?
Many countries have obtained the rights to sell music and collectibles of entertainers. This is an example of which global marketplace main entry mode?
An organization provides Thailand funds to rebuild its transportation network. This action is an example of which international trade organization?
What is an example of a franchise business
Which is not an example of imports
Which is NOT an example of exports
What is included in a country's geography?
What is an example of a joint venture?
What cultural factor may influence how a business is conducted?
Throughout much of history, both China and Japan held a common view that other nations were
Zheng He contributed to the prosperity of China under the Ming dynasty by
The journals of early travelers such as Ibn Battuta of Morocco, Zheng He of China, and Mansa Musa of Mali are examples of
One result of the voyages of Zheng He was that
Which statement best describes an impact of geography on the history of the Korean peninsula?
Italy, Korea, Spain, and India are similar in that each is considered
When Koreans call their land a shrimp among whales, they are referring to
Which two cultures most influenced the development of early Japan
Which statement about cultural diffusion in Asia is most accurate?
Which statement about government during the Tokugawa period in Japan is most accurate?
Which statement best describes the effects of the works of Copernicus, Galileo, Newton and Descartes?
A major concept promoted by philosophers of the Enlightenment was the need for
The Enlightenment philosophers believed that the power of government is derived from
The writings of the 18th century French philosophers Diderot, Rousseau, and Voltaire influenced the
One similarity of the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment is that both
The statements of John Locke would provide support for the
Which solution would Baron de Montesquieu offer to avoid the enactment of tyrannical laws?
The ideas of Rousseau, Voltaire, and Montesquieu most influenced
The writings of Jean Jacques Rousseau, Baron de Montesquieu, and John Locke were similar in that each supported the principles of
Laissez-faire capitalism as attributed to Adam Smith called for
The French people supported Napoleon Bonaparte because they hoped he would
Which list of French leaders is in the correct chronological order?
Which factors helped cause the defeat of Napoleon during his invasion of Russia?
Before the French Revolution, the people of France were divided into three estates based mainly on their
How did geography affect Napoleon's invasion of Russia?
One characteristic of the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution was that it
Which factors protected Russia from control by Napoleon's army?
What was a major cause of the French Revolution?
A study of the actions of the Jacobins during the French Revolution would indicate the revolutions sometimes
Which factor most hindered the efforts of Napoleon to conquer Russia?
The law of inertia is also __________________.
The type of energy that is formed as the object is moving is called ______.
How fast an object is moving is called _______.
How fast an object is moving with a direction is called _________/
An object in motion stays in motion and an object at rest stays at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
F = ma
For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.
Energy from heat.
Speed at a specific instant in time.
How much force is applied when an object has a mass of 10 kg and an acceleration of 10 m/s^2?
Which human organ system eliminates liquid and gaseous wastes from the body?
Which human organ system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction?
In all of these organisms, which microscopic structures carry out the major life functions?
Insulin and glucagon are hormones that affect blood sugar levels. A feedback system is one way that the human body
In humans, the amount of sugar in blood is controlled by the release of a hormone called insulin. This process is an example of
The nose, lungs and diaphragm are all part of what system?
The interaction of the skeletal and muscular to produce locomotion is coordinated by
Which human body system produces the hormones to regulate growth?
Infections may be caused by
In order to survive, all organisms must have
Held an Earth-centered view of the Universe
Proved that galaxies exist beyond the Milky Way
First to use a telescope as a scientific instrament
Held a Sun-centered view of the universe
Believe the Moon and the Sun revolved around the Earth, and the rest of the planets revolved around the Sun
Three laws of planetary motion
Discovered four of Jupiter's moons
Showed that gravity keeps the planets in orbit
His data was used by Kepler
Discovered the planets had elliptical orbits
What organelles are ONLY found in plant cells?
What organelle is responsible for making protiens inside the cell?
Where is DNA stored in a Eukarotic cell?
Which statement is FASLE about Prokarote cells?
Where does cellular respiration occur?
What is the rigid layer that gives plant cells structure?
Looking at a red onion cell under the microscope, what is the pink jelly-like substance that fills the cell?
What organelle packages and ships material through the cell? (Hint: it looks like a stack of pancakes-YUM!)
What are the tubes used for the transportation of materials throughout the cell called ?
What does a group specilized cells make up?
Identify the y-intercept of y = 2x - 1
What is the slope of the line y = 2/3x +2
What is the rise of the line y = 3/4 x - 5
What is the run of the line y = -2 x + 3
What is the first thing you graph when using the slope intercept form?
What is the y-intercept of the line y = x
What is the slope of the line y = x?
How many points does it take to make a line?
What is the slope of the line y = 1/2x - 3?
What is the y-intercept of the line y = 2x + 7?
A major goal of the Congress of Vienna was to
The main cause of the mass starvation in Ireland during the 19th century was the
The economic theory of laissez-faire capitalism proposes that
The influence of geographic factors in England was most evident in the development of
One of the main purposes of the Congress of the Vienna (1814-1815) was to
Hunting and gathering, subsistence agriculture, and the barter system are characteristics of a
A long-term result of the Industrial Revolution in Europe was
One reason Italy and Germany were not major colonial powers in the 16th and 17th centuries was that they
Laissez-faire capitalism as attributed to Adam Smith called for
Which event had the greatest influence on the development of laissez-faire capitalism?
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There are a lot of __________ before movies.
The great _________ roamed the Earth millions of years ago.
Due to my broken leg, I was _________ most of the summer.
If you are going to travel across country, you should take the ___________.
To ________ forest fires, completely drown your campfire.
Before you ride a two-wheel bike, you start on a _____________.
My homework was ___________ because I was sick last night.
He had three _______________ in the last football game of the season.
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measure taken before to prevent harm
race that combines three activities
unbearable; can't take it
a person or thing who helps translate the languages between different people
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Mis on vanaema maja nimi?
Kellega kohtub Pääsu öösel aias?
Mis kivi oli vanaema riiulis?
Mis juhtus, kui särakivi käes hoida?
Kellele rääkis Pääsu kääbus Helgist?
Mille leidis Pääsu pööningult?
Mida saab Pääsu Saara päevikust teada?
Mis juhtus, kui pildialbumit vaadates hoida särakivi peos?
Miks kaotas Erk särakivi?
Kuidas saab Erk tagasi kääbuseks?
Mida arvab vanaema kääbustest?
Mille kinkis Kauri Pääsule?
The process by which the body takes in and uses food and other sources of nutrients for growth and tissue repair is:
The seven basic food components that provide nutrients to the human body are proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, water, and:
Dietary minerals needed by the body in high quantities are known as:
Vitamins are organic substances needed in very small amounts that are soluble either in water or in:
Herbal supplements are considered by the FDA to be which of the following?
A direct deficiency of folate causes:
Unlike water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins are stored:
Vitamin K plays an important role in:
The major minerals include calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, chlorine, and:
The major condition caused by iron deficiency is:
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3 + ___= 5
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What is a disadvatage of sexual reproduction?
Which type of organism would have te least genetic diversity in the population?
Requires only one parent
A disadvantage of asexual reproduction might be
An advantage of sexual reproduction is
A type of asexual reproduction sometimes used by plants
Bacteria reproduce using ___
Both types of reproduction
Find the true statement
Budding, fission, and vegetative propagation each require
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