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The War on Terror began with what event?
To take the CNA II course the perspective student should:
To take the CNA II course the perspective student should:
Who is the member of the health care team that gives the most hands on care to patients.
Who plans the meals for the patient according to the physician's order?
Ms. Jones is in room 204 and has an oral temperature of 102 defrees F. Who do you report to?
Mr. Davis has a choking problem. What memebr of the health car team will work with him and teach him how to swallow?
Communication is
Two types of communicaton
One of the elements of communication is:
Smiling is a type of:
Writing letters is what type of communication:
Rules of good communication are all of the following EXCEPT:
What type of patient is it important to use touch when communicating:
When communicating with a confused patient, the best technique to use is:
The techniques to use when communicating with a combative patient is;
In observing the patients, we use all of our senses EXCEPT:
In reporting, you should always report
Example of an objective report is:
Example of a subjective report:
To enhance good NA II/ Staff interpersonal relationship, the NA should:
Documentation also means:
When charting you should always use:
When documenting you should never use erasers or white out.
The following are rules of good documentaiton EXCEPT:
All procedures should be documented on the patients chart after they have been done.
Infection control is:
A microorganism is:
What type of microorgansim needs warmth to grow?
What type of microorgansims grows best in living cells?
What type of microorgansims needs a dark environment to grow?
Aerobic means:
Pathogens mean:
Some of the signs and symptoms of an infection are all ofo the following EXCEPT:
Some of the factors that weaken body defenses are all of the following EXCEPT:
The simplest way to prevent infection is:
Sterilization is all of the following EXCEPT:
A sterile object beocmes contaminated by prolong exposue to the air:
How did Peter Parker get his powers?
How does the Green Lantern get his powers?
Who is Superman's arch enemy?
What is the Hulk's real name?
What is Stan Lee famous for?
How many X-men movies are there?
Where does Batman live?
Where was Superman born?
Which of these Superheroes can't fly?
Who was the first superhero?
Most of digestion takes place in the:
The first loop of the small intestine is called the:
Fecal impaction is a complication of:
All of the following are signs/symptoms of fecal impaction except:
Animal protein is also called:
Functions of calciumare:
Physical factor that affect appetite is:
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What first brought Islam to West Africa?
Which of the following is NOT an Islamic influence on education and language?
Mali first appeared on a European map in 1339. What does its appearance there reflect?
Which of the following is NOT evidence of Islamic influence on West African government and law?
Why did Islam spread fairly easily in Mali?
Which of the following is NOT evidence of Islamic influence on West African Architectural styles?
What would be the best title for this list of changes: succession became patrilineal; government became more centralized; West Africans adopted shari-ah?
Which of the following is NOT evidence of Islamic influence on West African religious practices?
What was the most important feature of education in Muslim West Africa?
Which of the following is NOT evidence of Islamic influence on West African decorative arts?
How did people in West Africa maintain their native languages?
West Africans built mosques that blended Islamic architectural style with their own traditional religious art. This shows:
What is one artistic form that both West Africans and Muslims valued even before their cultures met?
Which one of the following would you NOT find in Timbuktu?
Which of the following best describes what the griots did?
What did folktales and proverbs have in common?
What does the following proverb reveal about West African society? Every time an old man dies, it is as if a library has burnt down.
Which of the following is one effect of African slaves bringing their music to the Americas?
Which of the following are examples of West African oral and written tradition?
Which of the following is NOT an example of the influence of West African oral and written traditions on our lives today?
In nature the "-gens" exist as _____.
What is the calculation of chemical quantities from chemical equations called?
What is the molar mass of carbon dioxide (CO2)
What is the mass, in grams, of 7.29 x 10^24 atoms of potassium?
What is the percent composition of oxygen in aluminum hydroxide?
What is the limiting reagent when 24 g iron and 37g chlorine gas react (see equation 1)
What are the coefficients when equation 2 is balanced?
What is the ratio of C2H2 : O2 in equation 4?
What is the theoretical yield of silver if 3.4g Cu react with an excess of silver nitrate? What is the percent yield if the actual yield is 5.0g? (see equation 5)
How many atoms of sulfur are in Al2(SO4)3?
What do you call the mass of 1 mole of a substance?
To solve problems in this unit we use a series of conversion factors. What is this calculation method called?
What is the molar mass of ammonia (NH3)?
How many atoms of aluminum are in 14.9g of aluminum?
What is the percent composition of sodium in sodium phosphate?
What is the limiting reagent when 65 grams of iron and 130 grams of chlorine gas react? (see equation 1)
What are the coefficients when equation 3 is balanced?
What is the ratio of O2 : H2O in equation 4?
What is the theoretical yield of copper (II) nitrate if 3.4g Cu react with and excess of silver nitrate? What is the percent yield if the actual yield is 7.5g? (see equation 5)
How many atoms of oxygen in Ca3(PO4)2?
Treat y yo _____________(comer) veinte perros calientes anteayer.
Ayer, yo __________ al baloncesto con mis amigos.
Krista couldn't finish.
They had a lot of fun.
Josh _______ (llegar) a la escuela un poco tarde el otro día.
Mike _________ (saber) la respuesta inmediatamente.
Yo _________ (tener) muchos problemas la semana pasada.
Selma _______________(acostarse) muy tarde el sábado por la noche.
Ryan y Lauren ___________ (decidir) ir al centro comercial el domingo pasado.
Su mamá le preguntó, ¿ _________ los dientes esta mañana?
Which of these organelles is NOT found in plants?
Which of the following organelles is most important in providing energy to the cell?
Where are ribosomes produced in a eukaryotic cell?
Some cells can survive with no nucleus. True/False?
Which of these choices is NOT an organelle?
Which of these choices do not have basic cell structures?
All organelles are contained by the...
There are only two type of cells. True/False
Which of these terms does NOT belong?
According to Cell Theory...
--Among forest people, dancers move as if they are finding their way through the forext undergrowth.--This suggests that
Which of the following is NOT an example of the influence of West African music on our lives today?
What was one function the visual arts served in West Africa?
Which of the following are examples of West African music?
The painter Pablo Picasso was influenced by what form of West African art?
Which of the following is NOT an example of the influence of West African visual arts on our lives today?
What was one important function of the oral tradition in Africa?
Which of the following are examples of West African visual arts?
A technique in which shaped pieces of fabric are attached to a background fabric to form a design is called
One traditional West African instrument is made of wooden bars attached to a horizontal frame. It is:
Hace siete semanas
the night before last
a long time ago
last Thursday
Last Friday morning
last summer
last weekend
a while ago
Yersterday afternoon at 3:15
six months ago
An element's ability to react with acid is an example of
Which of the following is NOT an example of a physical change?
What is the best way to tell if a chemical change has taken place?
Which o fthe following is NOT the result of a chemical change?
At higher temperatures,
When exercising, your body loses moisture in the form of sweat. What process happens to the sweat on your body?
The reverse of condensation is
What is formed when particles of two or more substances are distributed evenly among each other
How is a mixture different from a compound?
Which of the following is an example of a homogenous mixture?
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Quand une entreprise personnalise un produit et sa promotion pour les goûts et la culture de chaque pays, c'est une stratégie:
Deux autres facteurs (à part de culture) dont on a discuté leur importance en marketing international, sont:
The practice of raisning animals and growing crops is called ___________________________.
Canal ______________________ made farming possible in dry areas of the world.
A journey for religious purposes is called a(n) __________________________________.
The religion of the Jewish people is called_______________________________.
________________________is a long period of dry weather.
Egyptians made paper out of a reed-like plant called__________________________________.
The Ancient Greeks planted olives and grapes because they grow well _______________________________.
Kind of government headed by one ruler is called a ____________________________.
_________________________ is the way a country's people manage money and resources for the production of goods and services.
A mild climate is called _________________________________.
A terrible disease that spreads quickly is called a ___________________________________.
A series of rulers from the same family is referred to as a ________________________________.
The Romans built these structures to bring fresh water into cities.
Greek city-states were built on a large hills known as an ____________________________.
A _____________________________is a set of written laws that apply to everyone under a government.
________________________ is a Muslim place of worship.
The economic system of the U.S. is called a mixed economy because:
Rome was located at the center of a long, narrow ______________________________________.
The Roman government took a ____________________ in order to know how many people lived in the empire that they could tax.
Students in Ancient Greece searched for wisdom by studying __________________________.
deregulation
privatization
crown corporation
economic nationalism
Knowledge economy
sweatshop
why might companies outsource some of their labor?
In the early 1900s, approximately 84% of the Canadian population had either British or French heritage. By 2001, less than half of the population possessed this characteristic. The information above can best be identified as the process of
Which of the following alliances is most concerned with economic security for Canada?
Which circumstances would most likely cause a country's overall quality of life to be negatively affected by an economic boost?
Which of the following is the largest?
Which of the following are not one of the characteristics of life?
Which of the following is the smallest?
Which of the following is the study of life?
Which of the following includes biotic an abiotic factors?
Which of the following is the most basic unit of life?
Which of the following is not an organic compound found in living things?
Which inorganic compound is required for living things?
Which of the following is why living things need energy?
Which of the following is a group organisms that interbreed and produce live fertile offspring?
A 'frame of reference' can be defined as
Relative motion is
Distance can be defined as
A vector is
Acceleration can be defined as
Speed is
Average speed is
Instantaneous speed is
Velocity can be defined as
Free fall can be defined as
Constant acceleration is
When looking at an average speed graph, the slope
When looking at a speed graph, when the line is flat
What two variables are important in finding the speed of an object?
When finding the velocity of an object, what variables are needed?
When looking at a speed graph, when the slope of the line goes down from left to right, how is the object moving?
Newton's First Law of Motion is also known as
Newton's Third Law of Motion states that
Which law of motion can explain what happens to you when a car stops suddenly?
The SI unit for measuring force or weight is called the
Which of the following is NOT a type of friction
#1 What is the name for the process where water moves from the ocean into the sky (Arrow A on your study guide).
Which processes are involved in erosion?
In the water cycle, the process that changes a gas into a liquid is called
Most of the Earth's LIQUID fresh water is found in
A permeable layer of rock that is saturated with water is called a(n)
Which of the following is an example of erosion?
Which of the following is NOT an agent of chemical weathering?
Which of the following rock types and conditions would result in the highest rate of chemical weathering?
A rapid mass movement of large amounts of rock and soil down a slope is called a
Tilted telephone poles and fences curving in a downward direction on a hillside are evidence of
Condensation is an important process in the water cycle. What forms because of condensation?
The type of mass movement characterized by the slow downhill movement of soil is called
Where can evaporation occur?
Which term names the continuous movement of water through Earth's environment?
One way to reduce the amount of garbage we produce is to
When garbage decomposes, the two greenhouse gases that are produced are ______________.
When trash is burned, the two things that are produced are
Burning garbage reduces its ____________.
A short-term affect of incinerating of waste material is
Two elements found in fertilizers that are essential for plant growth are ________.
When too much fertilizer is applied to farms and lawns, the excess nitrogen and phosphorus
Excess nitrogen and phosphorus in water causes
Mercury in a water source is dangerous to humans because
The first step in land development is to _________________.
Deforestation leads to
Mass transportation is all of the following except
Most people in the United States prefer automobiles over mass transportation because
Consumer societies
The best way to improve air and water quality is to
Why are cloth diapers more environmentally friendly than disposable diapers
!18 What has industry done to reduce the impact of these waste by-products?
Approximately 20% of paper waste and 30% of aluminum waste produced in the United States is recycled compared to only 1% for plastic waste. How do you account for the large difference in recycling between aluminum and plastic (polymer) waste?
A benefit of solar cookers include
Eutrophication (the over-fertilization of lakes, rivers and estuaries) can cause ______________________.
What is the formula for barium sulfate?
What is the formula for Dinitrogen Pentoxide?
What is the name of NaOH?
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The tilt of the earth is called:
Thermal energy is the:
One of these listed is NOT part of the weather. Which one?
The point at which the earth is closest to the sun is the:
The point at which the earth is farthest from the sun is the:
Because the earth is tilted, one ___________ points more directly to the sun.
We have seasons on earth because:of the earth's
The shape of the earth's orbit is:
Imaginary lines that run east and west across the earth are called:
Imaginary lines that run north and south across the earth are called:
What is the average salinity of the deep ocean?
Which ions are the most abundant in seawater?
Which property of water explains why water can moderate climate?
What is the most common way that carbon dioxide dissolves in water?
Which is the most basic ph?
Which gas is most abundant at the surface of ocean water?
Which gas determines ph?
What is the name of the ocean layer where salinity changes the most?
At what latitudes is the average salinity of surface water higher than deeper water?
Which of the following determines why water is the universal solvent?
What causes surface currents?
How many major current gyres are there?
Which wind pattern produces the equatorial currents?
This surface current never encounters land and transports the most water in the world?
The Gulf Stream is an example of this type of surface current?
In which direction do surface currents go in the southern hemisphere?
In which ocean is the Gulf Stream located?
Which ocean has an unusual wind pattern that reverses during certain seasons?
Which ocean has no gyre?
What determines deep water currents?
Which has the greatest influence on ocean tides?
What is the name of a tide pattern with 2 high and 2 lows of equal heights?
What kind of tide pattern is found at equatorial regions?
At what location is the tide range the maximum height?
What type of tide occurs when the sun, moon and earth are all lined up at the equator?
How long is a tidal period? (Time between 2 high or 2 lows?)
Which tide pattern has 1 high and 1 low tide?
At which location would you see a semidiurnal tide pattern each day?
At which location would you see a diurnal tide pattern?
Where would you see a mixed semi-diurnal tide pattern?
What causes an El Nino?
Tsunamis are caused mainly by
Where do most tsunami's occur?
How fast can tsunami's travel?
What instrument can detect a tsunami?
This occurs when winds blow warm water towards the shore and is less biologically productive?
What occurs during La Nina?
In which ocean does El Nino occur?
During normal condtions where does upwelling normally occur in the equatorial Pacific?
What kind of wave is the best for board surfing?
Potential energy is
Kinetic energy is
This is not a force
The speed is: distance is 300 meters time is 6 minutes
How long would it take a car to travel 240 miles if it were traveling at 60 miles per hour?
A dirty snowball is actually called a
A meteor is a when it hits the surface of the Earth.
Gravity is
On a distance time graph a flat horizontal line means
On a speed time graph a straight diagonal line means
I showered
she cooked
the went to bed
They looked for
I washed the car
My friend ran
We listed to music
My Aunt drank milk
The students studied
I understood
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One day on the ranch, Vanamee believes he sees Angele. He...
Magnus hears Annie has been sleeping with Presely. He...
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Which accounting concept applies when a work sheet is prepared at tehend of each fiscal cycle?
Income Summary is
All accounts on a general ledger are listed on a post-closing trial balance.
The income summary account balance must be reduced to zero to prepare the account for the next fiscal period.
Temporary accounts must start each fiscal period with a zero balance.
Permanent accounts must start each fiscal period with a zero balance.
When total expenses are greater than the total revenue
The last step in the accounting cycle is to
The journal entry to close the expense accounts is to
Which mineral property describes the way a mineral reflects light?
You find a rock that has quartz, feldspar, and mica in it. What do you know is true about this rock?
Which of the following is a natural satellite that orbits Earth?
Cars harm the environment in which of the following ways?
When should a measuring tape be used instead of a ruler?
The cycle of day and night indicates that Earth is
A compass uses the property of what to indicate direction?
Which of the following are methods of scientific investigation?
If you wanted to determine what kind of liquid evaporates faster, how should you set up the experiment?
Which path correctly shows how humans get energy from the sun?
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What is the best guess for the size of Neptune?
Neptune is the ______________ planet from the sun.
Neptune is the most _______ planet.
How many moons does Neptune have?
How far is Neptune from the sun?
If someone walked on Neptune, they would _______.
Can you breathe on Neptune?
How does sound travel?
Is Neptune cold or hot?
How many times has Neptune been visited?
This is an organization that advocates for Deaf/Hard of Hearing people and signed languages.
When introducing a new topic in ASL, what nonmanual signal should you use?
According to the text, where does the strongest organizational bonding in the Deaf-World happen?
According to the text, the reduced membership in Deaf Clubs and Deaf players in sports is possible due to...
This Deaf boxer is credited with bringing flashing corner lights to the sport.
This Deaf baseball player is credited with bringing hand signals (strike, ball, safe, out) to the game.
The Deaf-World does not see itself as a group of people with disabilities. Instead, it sees itself as...
When you use shoulder-shifting and setting things up in space (to make comparisons), it is called...
Which of the following religions is fingerspelled in ASL?
Which of the following should NOT have raised eyebrows?
Which of the following ASL signs is different than the others?
Which of the following ASL signs is different than the others?
Which of the following ASL signs is different than the others?
Which of the following ASL signs is different than the others?
Which of the following ASL signs is different than the others?
Which of the following ASL signs is different than the others?
When a d/Deaf student is the only mainstreamed student in a school, who might he/she think is their only friend?
After the Education for All Handicapped Children Act was passed, what happened to most students with disabilities?
The goal of oral programs is to prepare d/Deaf students to integrate into...
This ASL idiom is similar to saying 'Missed the Boat' in English.
This is a form of speech or an expression of a language that cannot be understood from the individual meanings of its elements.
This means to use all forms of communication (ASL, spoken English, writing, fingerspelling, etc.) with d/Deaf people.
Which ASL idiom means to judge someone?
Which ASL idiom means to be unsure about a decision?
Which ASL idiom means to be gullible?
This ASL idiom talks about having visited/traveled to a particular place.
Which ASL idiom is like saying, 'It's up to you' in English?
Which of the following ASL signs is different than the others?
Which of the following pairs does not use the same ASL sign?
Which of the following pairs does not use the same ASL sign?
I now how to write in Spanish.
Belén and Benito know how to read in Russian.
Miguelito knows how to swim very fast.
You know how to dance very well.
Marta and I know how to do the homework.
My mom knows how to speak Chinese.
My brothers know how to cook very well.
Emilio knows how to drive a tractor.
I know how to say 'Good Morning' in German.
You know how to eat raw frogs.
Eduardo has lunch.
The students have lunch.
Penelope and I have lunch.
I have lunch.
You have lunch.
My mom has lunch at home.
I have lunch at McDonalds.
My friend and I have lunch at school.
The kids have lunch in the cafeteria.
You have lunch with your friends.
I want a hamburger.
Juanita wants soup.
Do you want chicken?
She and he want salad.
You and I want chocolate.
Enrique wants steak.
Do the kids want a sandwich?
I want eggs and bacon.
Do you want ice cream?
Paco and I want candy.
This part of IDEA was intended to ensure that students with disabilities had a range of appropriate placement options.
This law requires school districts to provide a free and appropriate education to children with disabilities.
This legal document includes current developmental levels, annual goals, and services for students with disabilities.
Originally, early intervention programs (in hospitals and speech/hearing clinics) focused on which type of communication?
Eventually, many early intervention programs switched to this method of communication.
Many (hearing) school professionals prefer which LRE for d/Deaf children?
This is the percentage of Deaf professionals who make educational decisions for Deaf children.
By law, who has the ultimate responsibility for decisions regarding a Deaf child's education?
Parent-Infant programs serve children in this age range.
How often does a student's IEP need to be written?
Hearing professionals in early intervention programs are reluctant to use which language?
What are the two educational options on opposite ends of the LRE spectrum?
Which of the following ASL signs is different from the others?
Which of the following ASL signs is different from the others?
Which of the following ASL signs is different from the others?
Which of the following ASL signs is different from the others?
The Education for All Handicapped Children Act eventually changed its name to...
Quels sont les 4P de marketing?
Quel activité de marketing est représenté par un sondage des clients?
Lequel n'est pas un des 5 environnements incontrôlables en marketing?
Quel niveau forme la base de la pyramide Maslow?
L'âge et le sexe d'une personne forment partie de la segmentation:
Quel produit représente un bien, et non une service?
Dans quelle phase du cycle de vie d'un produit est-ce que l'entreprise dépense beaucoup sur la publicité pour le faire connaître?
Quelle stratégie de prix décris un prix moins élevé pour attirer des consommateurs?
La chaîne d'approvisionnement a un autre nom, qui est la chaîne:
Une conférence de presse fait partie de quelle sorte de promotion?
Le site Kijiji représente un exemple de:
Lequel n'est pas un avantage du commerce en ligne pour les entreprises?
Quel inconvénient du marketing enligne est défini comme l'utilisation de courriels ou sites web d'apparence officielle, utilisé par des criminels?
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The basic building blocks of matter
Most elements, 3/4 of them are
This is a measure of the pull of gravity on an object
Instrument that measures weight is a
Weight changes when what changes?
Is the amount of matter in an object
The part of an atom that is outside of the atom and has a negative charge
The very center of an atom is
This part of an atom is in the nucleus and has a positive charge
All the elements are organized in a table called
How does size of hot and cold objects change?
Molecules in a solid are packed how?
Order from dense to less dense SOLID LIQUID GAS
Freezing point of water is what is Fahrenheit and celcius?
Boiling point of water in Fahrenheit and Celcuis is?
This is what does the dissolving in a solution
Is the amount of space that an object takes up
The formula for finding the volume of a solid is
To find the volume of a liquid you use a
This is an objects ability to float
The smallest particle of an element is
Matter that is a combination of 2 or more different elements are
This shows how many atoms of each element are in a compound
What is formed when materials are mixed together but don\'t form compounds and can be separated again?
This dissolves in a solution
What is a substance that is mixed but cannot be separated again?
This is what does the dissolving in a solution
The universal solvent is
This means that no more solute can be dissolved in a solvent because it is full
Describes how much of a substance can be dissolved by solvent at certain temperature.
4 x s = 40, what is the value of s?
10 - f = 3, what is the value of f?
What is the value of 16 - x when x = 3?
34 + n = 124
y = x + 10 If x = 3, what is y?
5 x b = 30, what is the value of b?
n x 9 = 27
n x 4 = 4
Alex is 5 years younger than his sister. His sister is 17. Which could be used to find how old Alex is, a ?
What is the value for n? 3 x n = 99
Use what you know about suffixes to figure out the meaning of the word crazily.
Use what you know about prefixes to determine the meaning of the word impatient.
Use what you know about suffixes to figure out the meaning of the word electrical.
Use your knowledge of root words, prefixes and suffixes to choose the best meaning for relocate.
Use what you know about suffixes to figure out the meaning of the word tropical.
What is the root word in injustice?
Use what you know about suffixes to figure out the meaning of the word adjustable.
Use your knowledge of root words, prefixes and suffixes to choose the best meaning for unnecessary.
Use what you know about suffixes to figure out the meaning of the word successful.
Use what you know about suffixes to figure out the meaning of the word earnestly.
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is...
What is the most effective way to teach language content and skills to students with dyslexia?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of dyslexia?
Which of the following letters are most commonly reveresed in writing and reading by students with dyslexia?
Which of the following is not a key assessment in the evaluation process of students suspected at risk of dyslexia?
Why do many students with dyslexia also have low reading comprhension?
IDA (International Dyslexia Association) reports the number one emotional difficulty for children and adults with dyslexia is:
Which of the following ways is not a multisensory strategy used to teach students with dyslexia?
Often many students with dyslexia also struggle with a disability that impacts the legibility of their writing. This is called...
Which would be an accommodation that a child could have at home to complete a nightly requirement of, "read for 30 minutes? "
A force is applied to a spring causing it to stretch. If the applied force is DOUBLED, then the potential energy stored in the spring will be
Energy is measured in the same units as
When a 5 kilogram block is lifted from the ground to a height of 10 meters, the gravitational potential energy of the block
A student does 300 Joules of work pushing a box of books 3 meters due north, then does 400 Joules of work pushing the box of book 4 meters west. She does
According to classical Physics, in which of the following cases is work being done?
A crane raises a 200 Newton weight to a height of 50 meters in 5 seconds. The crane does work at the rate of
The speed of a certain car driven at 80 kph has a kinetic energy of 80,000 Joules. If the speed is reduced to 40 kph, then the kinetic energy will
At what point during the fall of an object from a table will its kinetic energy equal its potential energy?
A 1.0 kilogram pendulum bob is moving 10 meters per second at the very bottom of its swing. If the pendulum rope is 10 meters long, then the bob will rise
The amount of work done against friction to slide a box in a straight line on a level surface depends most on
All of the following are true about illegal drugs except that
A person who experiences physical symptoms such as vomiting and insomnia when he or she stops taking a drug has developed a
________________ is an example of a legal consequence of teen drug use.
An example of the consequences of drug use on society is
Which of the following is not ususally a factor in deciding to use an illegal drug?
What parts of total health does drug abuse affect?
Which of the following can be a negative consequence of drug use?
Many people perceive the level of drug use by teens as
Which is an example of misuse of a legal drug?
Substance abuse does not lead to
Correctly add a suffix to science.
Correctly add a suffix to create.
Correctly add a prefix to polite.
Correctly add a prefix to write.
Which is the correct affix for greedy?
Which word means full of grace?
Which word means not matched correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly after adding an affix to mad?
What does mathematician mean?
What does lonliest mean?
Why are Rohypnol and GHB linked to exposure to STDs?
If a teen studies for a test after using marijuana, he might not remember the material the next day because marijuana
Drugs that are more likely to increase risk of with HIV include
What do stimulants, depressants, opiates, and hallucinogens have in common
Cocaine is a drug that speeds up the central nervous system
Marijuana
Which of the following can cause increased risk of injury to tendons and ligaments?
Heroin is a
Which type of psychoactive drug is best known for altering mood, impair judgement, thoughts and sense perceptions?
Drugs that tend to slow the central nervous system.
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True or false: Nurse relies on observation from the nurse aide to assist with evaluation
An incident report is done:
When an unexpected event occurs and an incident report is done:
Critical Thinking allows a Nurse aide to safely provide care:
Critical thinking is used by a Nurse Aide:
Ms. Davis is visiting her mother at the Nursing Home and offered to assist in her care. What should the NA do?
When should the NA become involved in family affairs?
Caregivers' behaviors that encourage person-centered care include:
The NA should always put person-centered care into practice. He should:
True or False: The practice of basing resident care on individual resident needs, preferences and expectations is known as person-centered care
True or false: As a nurse you should support resident to be as independent as they are able and wish to be
Why does Mrs. Quimby say that Ramona had the wrong egg?
Why is Beezus grouchy?
What does Mr. Quimby have to draw for school?
Ramona is unhappy and wished they had what for supper?
What meat does Mrs. Quimby serve at dinner?
Since the girls won't eat dinner what punishment are they given?
What do the girls not like about the meat?
What plan to Ramona and Beezus have for getting out of their punishment?
What job does Mr. Quimby have right now?
Who does Ramona have to be nice to?
Health older aduls:
One of the cognitive changes due to aging is:
Food and water are examples of whatL
The Nurse Aide can help the resident's need for love and affection by:
When communicating with an Alzheimer's resident the NA should:
The Nurse Aide should encourage the resident to do activities that:
The only objective in de-escalation of the mentally ill resident is to:
Acute pain
Mr. Davis, a resident at Holy Hill Assisted Living, is suffering form acute pain. What comfort measures can the NA offer?
According to Dr. Elizabeth Kubler- Ross, the dying resident and his family pass through five stages. What is the final stage called?
Health Care Agency or programs for people who have six months or less to live, is known as what?
What was the main purpose of the Mayflower Compact?
Merchants in England supported the setting up of colonies because they hoped colonies would
Which section of the 13 colonies used slave labor to grow tobacco?
William Penn and the Quakers founded the colony of Pennsylvania mainly on the principle of
Which group dominated religion and political life in colonial New England?
The triangular trade involved
Which section of the 13 colonies had rocky soil?
Which section of the 13 colonies was known as the breadbasket colonies?
Colonial boycotts of British goods before the Revolutionary War were effective measures because they
The slogan “no taxation without representation” meant that the colonies were opposed to taxes from
Which method of protest was NOT used by the colonists
What was the first permanent English settlement in North America?
In what colony did the Quakers find religious freedom?
Why did merchants in England support the creation of the 13 colonies?
Which region produced huge amounts of grain during the colonial period?
What was the first elected legislature in the 13 Colonies?
The population of what colonial region was largely Puritan?
What was the primary purpose of the Declaration of Independence?
Which idea was not included in the Declaration of Independence?
Which set of events is in the correct chronological order?
Which is the primary source concerning the American Revolution?
Which country provided military support to the Americans in the War for Independence?
What battle led to France entering the war on the side of the Americans?
Colonial boycotts of British goods before the Revolutionary War were effective measures because they
The slogan “no taxation without representation” meant that the colonies were opposed to taxes passed by
Which of the following acts taxed tea in the 13 Colonies?
Which of the followning groups organized protests against the British in the 13 Colonies?
What was the main reason the British excessively taxed the colonists?
During the Revolution, which European nation fought alongside the United States?
What is a basic principle of the Declaration of Independence?
What method did Americans use to hurt the British prior to the start of the Revolutionary War?
Which statement summarizes the effects of the Missouri Compromise?
During the first half of the 19th century, the abolition movement worked to
Which literary work exposed the evils of slavery?
What was the primary purpose of slave codes in the south?
Who was an escaped slave that conducted the Underground Railroad?
Which of these individuals was the President of the Confederacy during the Civil War?
Which of the following documents is considered a primary source from the Civil War?
What was the North’s official goal at the start of the Civil War?
Which of the following summarizes army life during the Civil War?
Which Civil War Event occurred first?
Why was the Emancipation Proclamation issued by the North?
What meeting in New York was a turning point in the struggle for women's rights?
What event signaled the beginning of the Civil War?
What was an advantage of the South during the Civil War?
In general, women who worked in the New England textile mills in the early to mid 1800s were
The phrase Manifest Destiny refers to the idea that
During the 1840’s most of the Americans who moved west of the Mississippi River were searching for
Which of the following was NOT a challenge faced by settlers on the Oregon Trail?
Which event was a major cause of the War with Mexico?
During the late 1840’s thousands of people were attracted to California to
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended which war?
During the first part of the 19th century, differences between the North, South, and West led to
What led the settlers to move to Oregon in the 1880’s?
How did the belief in Manifest Destiny contribute to westward expansion of the United States?
The term subsistence farmers refers to people who grow
Which activity would be most characteristic of people in a traditiional society?
What is a majore feature of a traditional economy
Which political system is best described in the following statements: decentralized government, based on loyalty and service, code of chivalry, military elite
One way in which the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment were similar is that they
Sir Isaac Newton, Galileo Galilei, and Johannes Kepler are all directly associated with the
The writings of Jean Jacques Rousseau, Baron de Montesquieu, and John Locke were similar in that each supported the principles of
One contribution that John Locke made to Enlightenment philosophy was the idea that
Which belief is most closely associated with the philosophy of Confucianism
The five relationships taught by Confucius encouraged people to
What was one effect of Alexander the Great's conquests?
The terms Brahma, dharma, and moksha are most closely associated with which religion?
Which values are most closely associated with the fundamental principles of Buddhism?
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not sincere, not straightforward
to cause a person to seem little or less than, to put down
to destroy or get rid of something completely
obvious offensive manner
unable to express oneself openly or freely
false front, artificial, fake impression
to try hard to equal or surpass somebody or something
a negative feeling of hostility or resentment
lack of respect in somebody's behavior toward another
entering, spreading, and affecting something
A cone is cut by a plane that is perpendicular to its base. Which of the following could be the shape of the cross-section formed?
If triangle ABC is congruent to triangle DEF; which of the following CANNOT be true?
Which letter has a line of symmetry?
Jimmy wants to bisect Angle ABC using a compass and a straightedge. What is the first step Jimmy should take?
Which statement about any two similar figures is ALWAYS true?
Where is the (10, 8) located on the coordinate plane?
A cyclinder is horizontally cut by a plane. What is the shape of the cross-section formed?
The vertices of a triangle are A(-2, 4), B(-4, 4), C(1,-2). Whate are the new coordinates after the image is roated 90 degrees counterclockwise about its origin?
The cross section of a 3-D figure is shaped like a cirlce. Which could NOT be the 3-D figure?
The point (7, -3) is translated 4 units to the left and 10 units down. What are the new coordinates of the translated point?
First European to discover a sea route to America.
First European to land in Florida, gave Spain a claim to Florida.
Explored the St. Lawrence River Valley and gave France a North American claim
Arrived at prsent day Jamestown
The birthplace of democracy
The birthplace of a Republican form of government
The Olympic games of today are modeled after the games of ancient
Kites and fireworks were invented here
Pyramids can be found here
This country traded gold for salt
"land between two rivers"
Into what body of water do the Tigris and Euphrates rivers flow?
How were the people of the Fertile Crescent able to regulate the amount of water flowing into the canals?
Which is NOT a parallel between early Mesopotamia and early Egypt?
Why did cuneiform symbols grow less picture-like as time passed?
What role did the king’s palace play in a city-state?
What brought on the collapse of the Sumerian Empire?
What is NOT a MAJOR advantage to a society of having a written code?
What is NOT an example of what made New Babylon magnificent?
How was the Hebrews’ religion different from those of their Fertile Crescent neighbors?
The election of 1800 was decided by
Required electors to vote for the president and vice president on separate ballots.
A policy in which government plays a small role in the economic concerns of a country.
What was NOT something that Jefferson believed the government should do?
Regional courts were set up for the Unites States with
The Supreme Court reviewing and ruling on acts of other branches of government is called
Which case set up judicial review?
A pioneer's way of traveling
Before being transferred in 1802, the Louisiana Purchase belonged to
French leader
The Louisiana Territory was secretly transferred to
A guide and interpreter to Lewis and Clark
The size of the United States doubled with
The French sold the Louisiana Territory for
After 18 months, Lewis and Clark reached
Founded a tall mountain in Colorado known as Pike's Peak
Who lead the exploration of the Louisiana Territory?
Killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1804
What was NOT something Lewis and Clark were asked to do on their expedition?
Members of Congress who wanted to go to war with Great Britain
The War of 1812 began when ____________ led the American army into Canada.
Defeated the Creek Indians at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend
Which commander destroyed the British naval forces at Lake Erie?
__________ was set on fire by the British when they attacked Washington, D.C.
The War of 1812 was ended by the
Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner?
Fought this battle after the war was over.
Served as Jefferson's Secretary of State
Thirteen thousand U.S. troops held off the British
Chief Justice
Identify the median of the following data: 3,7,1,6,3,8,5,3,9
The median is...
In order to find the median, you must first
Identify the median: 12, 14, 14, 11, 8, 19, 14, 15, 15, 17, 17
The following were test scores for students CCI quizzes: 4, 3, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 5, 3, 4, 1 What is the median test score?
7.2, 8.3, 9.5, 8.5, 10, 2.3, 5.9 The median of this is....
The number of candies eaten by students: 2- III 3- I 4- IIII 5-IIIII I 6- I The median number of candies eaten is...
765, 498, 389, 498, 499, 205, 600 The median is.....
The median letter of the alphabet would be between....
1,5,8,3,6,1,5,8,8,1,8 The median =
Cell division is considered complete after ___________.
What is the shortest stage of the cell cycle?
What is the longest stage of the cell cycle?
In mitosis, after cytokinesis, the daughter cells:
During meiosis, a cell:
A diploid cell describes a cell with:
In a diplloid set, chromsomes are found in:
A single celled organism:
All of the following are true about chromosomes EXCEPT:
Some eye cells become rod cells while others become cone cells due to this process:
Determine the dewpoint temperature if the dry-bulb temperature is 16°C and the wet-bulb is 12°C.
Determine the dewpoint temperature if the dry-bulb temperature is 28°C and the wet-bulb is 22°C.
Determine the dewpoint temperature if the dry-bulb temperature is 2°C and the wet-bulb is -1°C.
Determine the dewpoint temperature if the dry-bulb temperature is -14°C and the wet-bulb is -16°C.
Determine the dewpoint temperature and relative humidity if the dry-bulb temperature is 10°C and the wet-bulb is 5°C.
Determine the dewpoint temperature and relative humidity if the dry-bulb temperature is 24°C and the wet-bulb is 16°C.
Determine the dewpoint temperature and relative humidity if the dry-bulb temperature is 8°C and the wet-bulb is 8°C.
Determine the dry-bulb temperature if the different between wet and dry-bulb temperatures is 5°C and the dewpoint temperature is -7°C.
Determine the wet-bulb temperature if the dewpoint temperature is -2°C and the dry-bulb temperatures is 18°C.
Determine the dewpoint temperature if the relative humidity is 45% and the dry-bulb temperatures is 16°C.
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Which of the following is NOT a basic economic question?
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To know or expect that something is going to happen in a text before it does.
A selection or writing that may be fiction or nonfiction.
The main reason the passage was written.
A series of events that make up a story.
A selection of writing that deals with real people, events, and places without changing any facts.
The position or angle from which the narrator tells the story.
To cause to do something by using reason or argument; to cause to believe something.
A term used to describe words who pronunciations suggest their meaining.
What one thinks about something or somebody.
Which of the following would NOT be performed during a quarantine period for incoming animals?
What type of animals may have digestive problems because they lack bacteria in the intestinal tract?
All incoming animals, from all vendors, should undergo a quarantine period away from the rest of the colony
What type of dealer can usually provide complete health information about their animals from birth?
A defined flora animal is the same as:
Sweating can be a sign of overheating in which species?
Before disposing of animal shipping containers, an animal technician should:
Motorized vehicles used to transport animals should be:
Which of the following parameters of shipping is NOT specified by the Animal Welfare Regulations?
The examination of a dead animal for diagnostic purposes or to determine the cause of death is called:
The importancde o f using good body mechanics is to prevent:
When lifting an object, the nurse aide should:
Regular position change and good aligment:
When lifitng an object:
For a wide base of support:
Whilst taking Ms. Jones for a walk, she bigns to fall. What should the nuse aide do?
A resident that is hor of breath should be positioned:
A bed-bound rsdient should be repositioned at least:
A resident on force fluids should:
Dysphagia is defined as:
Breathing in of food, fluid, vomit, or other object into the lungs is called:
The most essential nutrient:
Need for tissue growth and repair
Adds fiber to diets and aids in elimination
One of the age related changes that affect nutrition is:
One of the responsibilities of the Nurse Aide in long term care facilites is:
Mr. Davis is on entreal nutrition through a nasogastric tube. He should be positioned how?
True or false: You should be careful if a label serving is one cup and you eat two cups. This means you have double you caloric intake.
What is/are the method(s) to determine food size?
A woman's fist is equal to what?
The two types of restraint are:
Restraints are used:
A resident on restraint should be checked:
Before a restraint is used, an order should be written by:
Restraints should be removed and resident repositioned
The most serious negative effect of restraint use is:
Prior to using restraint(s) who should give consent?
Wrist restraints are used when:
Benadryl is an example of what?
Mittens are an example of what
Communicating with members of the Health Care Team can be defined as:
The Nurse Aide uses all of her sense except the sense of taste when observing the resident. Which of the following observations should be reported immediately to the Charge Nurse
The oral account of care provided is:
In observing the resident, which sense does the Nurse Aid not use:
Documentation should be don using:
Under HIPAA law:
1:30 converted into military time is:
1810 converted to conventional time
Objective data is:
Which observation should the Nurse Aide report immediatly to the nurse:
The human population today is approximately
For most human history, the population has been relatively
Recently, the size of the human population has been
Which fertility rate keeps the population stable?
How individuals of different ages are distributed in a population is called the population's
The model that describes how industrialized nations undergo a large drop in birthrates and death rates is called
Which of the following factors does NOT affect population growth?
Which of the following does NOT affect a person's quality of life?
Regions of the world with the largest populations tend to do all of the following except
We are worried that the human population will reach their _____ and stop the pattern of __________ growth.
The average number of years an individual is expected to live
The study of human population statistics
The total fertility rate for a nation that would keep its population size stable.
How a population changes in size during a specific period of time.
A model that explains the change from high birthrates and death rates to low birth rates and death rates
The average number of children a female member of the population has during her lifetime.
The number of babies out of 1000 that die during their first years of life
The contrast between affluent and poor societies in today's world
A nation that has a high infant mortality rate
True or false: The number of males compared to females in a population is the population's age structure.
What step of the Nursing process does the Nurse Aide provide nursing measures during resident care?
A Nursing Diagnosis is:
During this step of the nursing process, information is collected.
In this step, the nurse decides if the nursing measures are effective,
Who develops the individualized plan of care for the resident?
The methods used by nurses to plan and deliver nursing care is
In this step of the Nursing Process, the setting of residents goals are prioritized
True or False: The resident's care plan is based on the nursing proces
True or False: The Nurse Aide can perform assessment on the resident
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Which of these is true about surface area and erosion?
Which of these is not a type of mechanical weathering?
Watersheds are separated by:
Rivers:
Which of these is not a type of mass movement?
Which of these is the largest particle that makes up stream load?
When an entire section of a cliff breaks free and slides down, it is known as a(n):
Which of these is not a method of soil conservation?
The more discharge a river has:
When water freezes in cracks in rocks, it is known as:
What is random movement of particles from high concentration to low called?
How do plants produce their own food?
How can large food molcules enter the cell?
How many homologous chromosomes do human body cells have?
What is the process of cell division on a bacteria cell?
When wilted celery is soaked in water, how does it become crisp again?
How is oxygen used to break down food molcules and release energy?
Which of the following is a product of photosynthesis?
Which of the following is NOT used to make glucose?
Where does photosynthesis occur?
What are the slope and y intercept of the line y = 3x - 4?
What is the slope of the line x + y = 2?
What is the y intercept of the line x - 3y = 9?
What is the slope of the line 3x + y = 5?
What is the slope of the line 7x - 2y = -4?
What is the y intercept of the line 2x + 3y = -15?
What is the y intercept of the line -4x + 6y = 24?
What is the slope of the line -7x - 5y = -20?
What is the y intercept of the line 3x - 5y = 10?
What is the y intercept of the line -5x + 4y = -8?
Because atoms are so small?
Whichis the smallest particle of matter?
What happens if new evidence is discovered about atoms that current theories about atoms do not explain?
Which is to small to view using a microscope?
Describe the Thomson model of the atom.
Which particle is not part of an atom?
In a neutral atom, the number of protons equals the number of?
Describe the Bohr model fo the atom.
What information on the periodic table indicates the number of protons in an element?
What describes the isotope of carbon?
One reason cities grew was-
The Chicago settlement house known as Hull House was founded by-
One reason immigrants came to America in the late 1800s/early 1900s was-
What provided community centers that offered services to the poor?
Tenements were-
What is NOT a reason immigrants came to the U.S. after the Civil War?
What was NOT a problem in cities?
A famous political boss who ran a political machine in New York City was-
Another name for an immigrant neighborhood is-
One reason that cities grew was due to specialized industries. What industries helped cities grow?
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"What was your score on the practice test" Jalen asked?
Meisha said that she did very well.
The students, were silly, out of control and standing in the hallway.
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The classes have a lot of students.
_____ looks how the body part functions
The heat is an example of a(n):
The muscular contraction that pushes food towards the stomach is called:
Feces are compose of all of the following EXCEPT:
All of the following are normal changes in the gastrointestinal system due to aging EXCEPT:
All of the following are qualities of normal stool EXCEPT:
A good way for a nursing assistant to promote normal elimination for residents is to:
A fracture pan is used instead of a bedpan:
Portable commode are used when:
Treatment of GERD include all of the following EXCEPT:
The function of the kidneys include all of the following EXCEPT:
help regulate blood pressure and water balance
All of the following are normal age-related changes for the urinary system EXCEPT:
Normal qualities of urine include:
All of the following signs and symptoms should be reported to the nurse EXCEPT:
A good way a nursing assistant to promote normal elimination for residents is to:
All of the following are reasons that women are more susceptible to urinary tract infection EXCEPT:
One way for the women to prevent UTI's is to:
_____ is an artificial means of removing body's waste product
Physical reasons for incontinence include all of the following EXCEPT:
The male and femal sexual reproductinve glands are called
Functions of the female reproductive system include all of the following EXCEPT:
All of the following are normal- age related changes for the male reproductive system EXCEPT:
All of the following are normal age related changes of the female reproductive system EXCEPT:
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