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Mary owns stock for several companies, which she plans to pass ownership to her grandchildren. She chose this form of ownership over sole proprietorship because of the ADVANTAGE of:
Several small businesses that sell organic foods have joined together to increase their chances to pay lower prices for inventory. This is an example of what type of business?
Since Jane’s corporation has become so popular, she has decided to allow other businesses to sell her products. This is an example of what type of business?
Tami wants to invest money in shares of stock. She would have to pay taxes on her earnings twice. Which is an ADVANTAGE of a sole proprietorship over a corporation?
Tami prefers working alone in her auto body shop and being in control of the daily activities. This type of business ownership ADVANTAGE over corporation is:
Even though a company may sell shares of stock, it relies on a central body of people for financial directions. This is an example of what type of business?
Hank has ownership, even without liability over his initial investment, along with George for a local business. This is an example of what type of business ownership?
Tami opened an auto body shop after repairing a couple of cars to the high satisfaction of customers. She has experienced which ADVANTAGE over a corporation?
What does Howie let Ramona do?
What does Willa Jean want Ramona to be when she is the beautiful lady?
What other word does Mrs. Whaley use to describe Sustained Silent Reading?
What friend does Willa Jean have come over?
What part does Ramona play in Dress-Up
How does Beezus get out of playing with Willa Jean?
How does Ramona finally get out of playing the game with Willa Jean?
What do Ramona and Howie say is the best part of the day at school?
Why does Ramona have to play the games with Willa Jean?
What does Mr. Quimby do on the dining room table every night?
John is responsible for processing applications submitted by applicants. He is performing which level of management?
Josh conducts orientations to inform new employees about available benefits. Which human resources manager activity does he perform?
Vera meets regularly to discuss with all her employees new marketing campaigns. This is an example of which style of leadership?
Travis is excited about welcoming ten new interns during orientation. Which human resources manager activity did he perform?
Jack and Henry are responsible for 20 people, who report to them directly. They collaborate frequently to make sure they will meet the production goal of the company established by another employee. This is an example of which level of management?
Jan coordinated access to open source software, office space, and equipment for her team. This is an example of which function of management?
Vera accepts input from her employees annually about the upcoming budget. This is an example of which style of leadership?
Jim solicited feedback from Jack, who is one of his employees, about a new display case. This is an example of which style of management?
Harry checks his electronic calendar for tasks assigned by his boss regularly. He very seldom sees his boss. This is an example of which style of leadership?
Jason decided for long-term projects that he would allow employees to give input and for daily routines he would determine the necessary duties. This is an example of which style of management?
Michelle reviewed survey results of a completed project and set goals for the new project. This is an example of which function of management?
Tim approves for his employees to attend regional meetings so that he knows exactly when they are off site. This is an example of which style of management?
Timmy regularly meets with employees to prepare them for job evaluation conferences. Which human resources manager activity is he performing?
All of Josh's employees will be trained on operating the new machines. This is an example of which function of management?
Keisha allowed her employees to plan the expansion project. This is an example of which style of management?
Words that mean the opposite
The attitude the writer takes toward an audience, a subject, or a character
The reason an author writes, such as to persuade, inform, or entertain.
To use examples to show how things are alike
To use examples to show how things are different
The reason for an action, feeling, or response
A result of a cause
Information from the surrounding text that helps identify a word or word group
Catergories of literary and informational works
A phrase or expression whose meaning cannot be understood using the ordinary meanings of the words in it. Figurative language.
To make a guess based on facts and observations
An important idea or conclusion drawn from reasoning rather than directly stated in the text
What does the relative location of a place tell you?
What two continents are entirely in the Western hemisphere?
What does a map's scale compare?
Which of the following will you find on a map that shows physical features?
Baltimore would be considered urban but Easton would be considered
What do we call the study of human populations and how they change?
Life expectancy is a measure of which of the following in a population?
Which of the following is an important legacy of British rule in Nigeria?
Most Canadians live in major cities in Southern Canada. Why?
Which term means the total value of goods and services a country produces in year?
Everything is fine. We _______________ any problems so far.
Mary ___________________ to work yesterday
I´d like to see Nigel again. I haven´t seen him ________________ December.
Dick and Alice ______________ married for 20 years.
Natasha went to Ireland _____________ learn English.
You just tickets to Italy.
If it ___________ sunny, I will go to the beach.
He failed the exam. He _________________ studied.
If I had studied, I _____________ passed the exam.
He died of a heart __________
When liquid water turns to vapor due to heating this is called
What is the part of the water cycle that produces liquid water from the clouds?
Clouds are formed from which process?
Most of the water on Earth is
Which of the following is a type of water pollution?
Which of the following is a source of water from the ground?
Someone that uses a well to get water needs to be close to the
One of the reasons for water depletion is
Most of the freshwater on Earth is used for
The process of removing salt from saltwater to make freshwater is known as
About 68% of this water is used as freshwater on Earth.
The practice of using crops that can adapt to dry condition thus not using too much water is known as
Which document is an example of a primary source?
Which historical events are in the correct chronological order?
• The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights • Article from Mohandas Gandhi’s Indian Opinion • Excerpt from the letters of Catherine the Great These three documents are considered
Which statement best explains why most of the population of the people’s Republic of China live in the eastern third of the nation?
Which is an accurate statement about Japan’s natural resources?
In Japan, a major economic problem has been the lack of
Both Japan and Indonesia are made up of a chain of islands called
Which generalization about geography of Latin America is accurate?
Which geographic factor has had the most influence on Poland's historical and cultural development?
One effect that mountain ranges, rain forests, and river systems have had on Latin America has been to
In addition to providing water for Indian agriculture, the Ganges River remains important to India because it is
Many people in Southeast Asia hope for the timely arrival of the summer monsoons each year because
A topographical map would most likely be used to
The Russian steppe is most similar in topography to the
In Africa, an effect of topography and climate has been to
The Suez Canal, the Strait of Hormuz, and the Strait of Gibraltar are important because they 1.
Geographic diversity in the Middle East has contributed to
The Suez Canal, the Panama Canal, and the Straits of the Dardanelles are similar because they
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Which of the following elements are most likely to form a covalent bond
Which is a covalent conmpound
Which is the best description of a covalent bond
Which element will lose electrons and have a positive charge
Which element will gain electrons and have a negative charge
Which element will have a 3+ charge when it forms an ion
Which element will have a 2- charge when it forms an ion
Which element will most likely gain electrons when forming an ion?
Which is the best description of metals
Which of the following is most like to form a metallic bond
Which of the following best explains the purpose of early European jails?
What was the main purpose of early European punishment?
Early European punishment was aimed at a person's:
Why was early European punishment carried out publicly?
Which of the following is a form of corporal punishment?
Which of the following is a form of capital punishment?
The punishment that requires an offender to leave the community and live elsewhere is called:
The punishment that sends an offender from their home nation's to other colonies to work is called:
Which of the following forerunners of punishment is most closely related to our modern-day U.S. prison system?
Which of the reformists below believed that changes in corrections should start with the design of the prisons?
Which of the following reformists believed that reform should take place in the laws of crime and punishment?
Which reformist believed that reform should first take place among the inmates by instilling discipline, religion, and penance?
According to Cesare Beccaria, punishment should be:
Which of the following statements is true of the Pennsylvania model of prison?
Which of the following is true of the Auburn model of prison?
______________________ were common during the first three decades of the 19th century.
Which of the following statements is true regarding the Refomatory period?
Women inmates:
The conducting of prison operations (building and operating) by private businesses is also known as:
Which of the following is an example of history repeating itself in corrections?
heterozygous
homozygous
dominant
recessive
probability
pedigree
genotype
locus
Severo Ochoa
Hugo De Vries
What powers our sun?
What causes sunspots?
Our sun is a
Granulation is due to
The part of the sun we see regularly is the
Which of the following is not an outer/atmosphere layer of the sun?
Which of the following is hotter than it should be based on its distance from the core?
Our sun will end its existence as a
How often do sunspots reach a peak? Every...
Star formation occurs in the cores of
What does VSEPR stand for?
What shape is Water (H2O)
What shape is silicon dioxide?
What shape is Calcium Chloride
What shape is CH4?
What shape is NH3?
What kind of bond is between the nitrogen atoms in N2 ?
How many unshared pairs are on the Oxygen atom in a water molecule (H2O)?
How many electrons are involved in a double bond?
How do you know how many dots to put around each atom in Electron Dot Diagrams?
How much heat will be released when 6.44 g of Sulfur reacts with excess O2 according to the following equation? 2S + 3O2 → 2SO3 ΔH° = -791.4kJ
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What shape is silicon dioxide?
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Reformatories were created primarily for which population of offenders?
The classification system, introduced in the Reformatory movement,:
During which period of time was the medical model popular in the United States?
According to the medical model:
Which of the following would not have been a job for women in a women\'s institute?
Which of the following is a benefit of the privatization of businesses?
Regarding the history of corrections, which of the following statements can be assumed?
Over the course of history, punishment for crimes:
Which of the following offenders would be mostly likely placed in a shock incarceration program?
What color is the sky? (I ran out of questions)
The rain is pouring. It will not stop!
The grass is dry. The soil is dry.
The Grand Canyon was formed from this
There has been little rain for months.
The rivers and streams are so full and water is flowing onto the land.
It takes many years and the land is slowly changing.
Moving water carries away soil and rocks over time.
Rain, rain, go away!
We can't use too much water, because we don't have a lot of it.
This can happen in a couple hours or days.
What is indulgence?
What is reformation?
What is Lutheran?
What is Protestant?
What is Peace of Augsburg?
What is annul?
What is Anglican?
From where did the term Protestantism originate?
How did Elizabeth I was able to bring a level of religious peace to England?
How did the Catholic Church view Luther’s teaching?
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Which argument did President Abraham Lincoln use against the secession of the Southern States?
The abolitionist movement, the women’s suffrage movement, and the 1960’s civil rights movement are all examples of reform efforts that
Which statement best explains President Abraham Lincoln’s justification for the Civil War?
A major result of the Civil War was that the
Sectional differences developed in the United States largely because
By the 1850’s, the Constitution, originally framed as an instrument of national unity, had become a source of sectional discord. This quotation suggests that
Before the Civil War, slavery expanded in the South rather than in the North because
A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free.” -Abraham Lincoln, 1858 According to this quotation, Abraham Lincoln believed that
As the Civil War began, President Abraham Lincoln stated that his primary goal was to
The Civil War affected the northern economy by
Which phrase best completes the title for the partial outline shown below? I. Reasons for the ______________________ A. Increasing sectionalism B. Disagreements over states’ rights issues C. Breakdown of compromise D. Election of 1860
A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free.” -Abraham Lincoln, 1858 According to this quotation, Abraham Lincoln believed that
As the Civil War began, President Abraham Lincoln stated that his primary goal was to
The Civil War affected the northern economy by
The North’s rapid economic growth during the Civil War was stimulated by
In the 1850s, why did many runaway slaves go to Canada?
made up of many cells
Which of the following is NOT an example of animal locomotion?
the process by which living things produce offspring
the process by which living things produce offspring from TWO parents
the male sex cell
the female sex cell
the joining of an egg and a sperm into one cell
a fertilzed egg
the production of a new organism from ONE parent
an animal that eats other organisms
the way an animal's body parts match up around a central point or line
no symmetry
a type of symmetry where body parts extend outward from a central point
a type of symmetry where an animal has two sides and are mirror images
an animal without a backbone
a hard external covering which protects invertebrates
Which of the following is NOT a characterstic of a chordate sometime during its lifetime?
animals that have a backbone
an internal supporting skeleton
Which of the following can occur when a population is geographically isolated from another population?
A change in structure, behavior, or physiology that enhances survival and reproductive success in a particular environment is called
The genetic change in populations that gives rise to new life forms from common ancestors is :
What is the best explanation for similar bone structures seen in vertebrates?
When is evolution most likely to occur?
What explains genetic variations in mice living in 2 different areas?
What does a paleontologist study?
This term refers to how species vary at the ecosystem, species, and genetic levels.
Over long periods of time, some taxa have become extinct, while new taxa have evolved. This refers to:
Geologic time periods are determined by:
Finches are closely related species of birds. Over time, beaks evolved for each location of birds based on food availability. This is an example of:
These are the longest remaining taxa on Earth.
A man loses is arm in an auto accident. He is worried that his children will be born with missing arms as well. The problem is:
White moths are easily seen in a black forest, so predators eat them. The black moths survive because:
Black moths being able to survive in a black forest better than white moths because of their coloration is known as:
Gorillas compete to become the dominant male in their group. Unsuccessful males are less likely to mate than successful ones. This is an example of:
Which of the following represents an organism that is heterozygous for both traits?
Which of the following represents an organism that is homozygous for both traits?
If Red flower color is dominant to white flowers. What is the genotype for a plant with white flowers?
These are sources of variations in offspring.
What is the function of mitosis?
An organism contains 62 chromosomes. How many chromosomes are found in a normal body cell?
What is the complementary DNA for this DNA sequence: T-A-C-G?
What happens during replication?
Creating gametes for reproduction is what process?
Where is DNA contained in most eukaryotic organisms?
Who was our principal at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year?
Who is our principal now?
What is supposed to be the focus of Hamilton's magnet program?
Which item is NOT allowed according to the FUSD dress code?
What is the minimum GPA required to play sports?
What was our school named after?
What saying always ends the morning announcements?
In which sport did Hamilton win a championship this year?
Which street forms the southern boundary of our school campus?
Which 8th grader is the last of 8 siblings to attend Hamilton, all with a 4.0 GPA?
Most slaves brought to the “New World” came from
These are farms on which a single crop, usually one that requires much human labor, is grown on a large scale.
The global transfer of living things and ideas that began with Columbus’s first voyage and continues today is called the
After the Europeans arrived to the new world, what caused the deaths of countless Native Americans?
Each of the following are reasons for European exploration and expansion except;
Europeans in the New World turned to slave labor because;
A significant negative impact of the Columbian Exchange was
The development of the first permanent American Indian societies was made possible by;
Which of the following was NOT a belief shared by Native Americans.
All of the following were consequences of the Columbian Exchange EXCEPT;
The “middle passage” refers to the part of the transatlantic trade network that carried
A cash crop is one raised primarily for;
The major conflict between English settlers and Native Americans resulted from the settlers attempt to;
The name Puritan comes from the group’s desire to;
An indentured servant is someone who;
The Puritans left Europe for America;
he main goal of those who settled Jamestown colony was;
The first English colonies in North America were set up in hopes of achieving;
Which of the following was “awakened during the Great Awakening?
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What is predestination?
What is the definition of Calvinism?
How is theocracy explained?
Definition of Presbyterian.
Definition of Anabaptist.
What is a catholic reformation?
What is Jesuits?
Definition of council of Trent.
What role did noblewomen play in the Reformation?
What were the goals of the Jesuits?
The treasurer has this emblem at their station.
The Plow is symbolic of
The Owl Symbolizes
The clasped hands are at the station of the
The reporter has this emblem at their station:
Which of the following commodities is produced in all 50 states?
The clasped hands are symbolic of this office:
The plow is the symbol for this office
The rising sun represents this office
This officer is responsible for maintaining the chapter financial records:
Which domain contains the most complex organisms with eukaryotic cells?
Which kingdom has simple organisms with prokayotic cells?
Which domain has the oldest organisms?
Which level of classification has the most genetically similar organims?
In which kingdom do plankton belong?
Which kingdom has all multicellular organisms which are heterotrophs?
Which 2 levels of classification make up a scientific name?
Which vertebrates have existed for 500 million years?
When did mammals first evolve on Earth?
Which kingdom had autotrophic multicellular organisms?
Which zone extends from 200-1000 meters and has little light available?
Which pelagic province extends from the shore out to 200 meters?
Which zone is below 4000 meters and has no light available?
Which benthic province includes all the deep ocean floor below 200 meters?
Which zone is known as the intertidal zone?
Which benthic zone extends from 4000-6000 meters?
In which zone are most plankton found in?
Where is the bathyal zone located?
Which zone is covered with water only during storm surges and is above high tide?
Which of the following is the deepest zone?
Which of the following is not a way to classify plankton?
Which is the smallest type of plankton?
Which of the following is an autotroph?
Which of the following causes red tides?
Which of the following is a multicellular zooplankton?
Which of the following is a holoplankton?
Which of the following is not used as a survival strategy by plankton?
Which type of autotrophic plankton has a cell wall made of a silica?
Which zooplankton is the largest?
Which of the following is not a meroplankton?
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "El perro de Clara es muy simpático".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Mi primo y yo vamos de viaje".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Luis contó un chiste muy divertido".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Sus amigos vinieron a la fiesta".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Después del colegio Juana y Elisa fueron al cine".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Daniel y Álvaro jugaron de delanteros".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Mi hermano y yo fuimos de cumpleaños".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Mi compañera de clase se llama Nerea".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Mis amigas están en el pueblo".
Sustituye el sujeto de esta oración por el pronombre personal adecuado: "Lidia y su abuelo fueron al zoo".
The process that occurs when physical forces break rock into smaller pieces without changing the rock\\\'s chemical composition is called ____.
Which of the following is NOT associated with mechanical weathering?
What kind of material is found in the A horizon of a soil profile?
What is the force behind mass movements?
Which of the following would transmit the least amount of water due to tiny pore spaces between the sediment?
The rate of soil erosion depends on ____.
In which of the following areas will soil formation be greatest?
Which of the following human activities has caused an increase in soil erosion?
Why can the removal of vegetation trigger mass movements?
During what season would you expect mass movements to be a greater threat?
In a stream channel, which of the following will be deposited first?
What is the main problem with building artificial levees?
Which would you find at the beginning of a stream?
The flat portion of a valley floor adjacent to (beside) a stream channel is called a ____.
Two houses are for sale across the river from each other. Which one would be better to buy?
All the rivers that flow into a main river are called:
What is the ultimate base level of a stream?
The ability of a stream to erode and transport material depends largely on its ____.
Deltas form when ____.
A natural levee is ____.
The atmospheric gas that forms carbonic acid when dissolved in water is ____.
Which of the following is NOT a specialized adaptation for cave dwelling species?
What happens when Nitrogen enters a water supply?
Why does an increase in algae end up killing a pond?
Which of the following is NOT true concerning groundwater?
Caverns most commonly form in what type of bedrock?
Which of the following is typically NOT associated with areas of karst topography?
Why is turbidity bad for wetlands?
Why is it important to preserve wetlands?
When groundwater enters underground fractures or caverns in hot igneous rocks, where it is heated to boiling temperatures, what feature can form?
Rain containing sulfuric and nitric acids.
Loss of forests
Splitting of land into small sections
Practice of farming
Resource that can regenerate quickly and that is replaceable
Number of different species in the biosphere
Plants and animals that have migrated to places where they are not native
Increase in the average temperatures on Earth
Using natural resources at a rate that does not deplete them
Species whose population size is rapidly declining and will become extinct if the trend continues.
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Which chart type will best represent the percentage of expenses for office supplies, salaries, and travel for a company's total budget?
Which statement best describes the energy changes that occur while a chile is riding on a sled down a steep, snow-covered hill?
Which factor contributes to global warming?
Which energy source is considered a nonrenewable resource?
City administrators can encourage energy conservation by...
Which energy source is renewable?
Many cars today are designed to get better gas mileage than those made in the past. This change resulted from a need to...
Which sequence of energy transformations occurs after a battery-powered flashlight is turned on?
Which energy source is considered nonrenewable?
Which energy source is considered nonrenewable?
The amount of which greenhouse gas in the air will increase the most if large forests are cut down to be used for building materials without planting new trees in their place?
A lamp converts electrical energy to light energy. In addition to the light energy, much of this electrial energy is also converted to...
Which energy source is considered non-renewable?
Aruba has become globally known for its white sandy beaches. It is relied upon by many travelers from other countries to enjoy its beaches at a reasonable cost. This is an example of what type of ADVANTAGE?
A convenience store gave the rights to a company in Mexico to sell its products and services. This is an example of which global marketplace main entry mode?
The North American Free Trade Association (NAFTA) eliminates tariffs and embargoes among its members while trading goods and services. This is an example of which encouragement of international trade?
Before arriving at meetings in other countries to negotiate contracts for a company located in the United States, Stacy learns about appropriate business behavior of the other countries. Which main factor is this?
India’s terrain allows for its major production of rice, cotton, and wheat. Which main factor of the international business environment is this information about India classified?
If China has rising interest rates and inflation occurring across the country, this is an example of which factor that influences international currency exchange?
An organization assisted two countries on settling a trade disagreement on tariffs. This action is an example of assistance provided by which international trade organization?
An organization assisted two countries on settling a trade disagreement on the amount of bananas to be traded. This action is an example of assistance provided by which international trade organization?
United States has become globally known for its production of wheat more resourcefully. It can produce the product with less human resources. This is an example of what type of ADVANTAGE?
Alaska produces more salmon by the pound than any other state that exports salmon. This is an example of what type of ADVANTAGE?
Why is Ramona excited about the first day of school?
Why is the family short on money?
What present does Mr. Quimby give the girls?
What is Mr. Quimby hope his new job will become?
What name does Danny call Ramona?
What animal does Ramona's teacher compare her name to?
Who is it hard for Ramona to get along with?
Why does Ramona call Danny Yard Ape?
What does Ramona's teacher get on to her for?
How old is Ramona ?
Group of pro-slavery people who went to Kansas to encourage people to vote for slavery.
Illinois Senator who proposed the Kansas-Nebraska Act
The author of Uncle Tom's Cabin
The President of the Confederacy
Abolitionist who led a raid on the federal arsenal in Harpers Ferry, VA
President 1861-1865. Known for the Emancipation Proclamation and Gettysburg Address.
A slave who filed a lawsuit for his freedom
A former slave and abolitionist who published The North Star
His main goal was to preserve the Union
Used violence to encourage people to vote for slavery
By the year 2050, scientists _________________________ (discover) a cure for cancer.
By the time I´m 30, I _________________________ (get) married. (-)
If you don´t hurry up, the film _______________ (finish) by the time we arrive. (+)
I ______________________ (finish) this exercise by the time the football match starts. (-)
Jim´s train was due at 6. He ___________________ (arrive) by now. (+)
Sheila ________the scholarship by the time she starts school in September. (get) (+)
By this time next month, I hope they ______building the community center. (finish) (+)
By this time tomorrow night we ______ in Australia. (arrive)
The team _______ at the exhibition for five hours by the time I arrive there. (work) (-)
By the time we get on the plane, they ________already _________ the luggage. (load) (+)
Basic rights held by all people
Deals with production, distribution, and consumption of goods
A dry and sometimes barren region
One of the seven major land masses on the earth
Low land between hills or mountains
The general weather and conditions of a region
Process where people of one culture merge into another culture
Knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and traditions shared by a group of people
Moving into an area/region from another area
Moving out of an area/region into another area
The statistics of a human population
Which is not one of the 5 major world religions?
Economic system based on the profit motive, private property and free enterprise
The basic support systems needed, including power, communications, transportation, water, sanitation, etc
Boundaries that follow a physical feature
one who takes calls, receives visitors, makes appointments
not enough, very few
worried
to provide with nourishment
according to schedule, without delay
state of being frustrated
to show sharp disapproval
violent, fierce, savage
Who is the author of the book?
Who is the main character
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was passed in an effort to correct
The domino theory defended government action in Vietnam on the basis that
Richard Nixon's plan of Vietnamization involved
Which statement about United States involvement in the Vietnam War is accurate?
One difference between World War II and the Vietnam War is that the Vietnam War
A constitutional issue that was frequently raised about United States involvement in the Korean conflict and the Vietnam conflict was the
Protests against United States involvement in Vietnam grew in the late 1960s and early 1970s mainly because many Americans
Which item would be considered a primary source of historical information?
Which statement about the Cuban Missile Crisis is most accurate?
The National Guard opened fire on student protestors in 1970 at which school
The Berkeley demonstrations, riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention, and the Kent State protest all reflect student disapproval of
What was a major reason President Lyndon Johnson decided not to run for reelection in 1968?
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1.What year marked the beginning of the Protestant Reformation?
2.What invention fanned the flame of religious change during the Protestant Reformation?
3.What other period of history was happening during the Protestant Reformation?
4.Who is known as the "Morning Star of the Reformation"?
Which reformer from Bohemia was condemned along with Wycliffe's writings at the Council of Constance?
What Augustinian friar wrote a list of ninety-five propositions to the Roman Catholic church in an attempt to reform its corrupt practices?
What Roman priest from Switzerland stepped forward in 1518 to attack the sale of indulgences?
What French reformer, who was based in Geneva, Switzerland, became one of the most influential Protestant leaders of all time?
Many of the Protestant leaders were concerned about educating the public. What was their main reason for this?
Who was the best known figure of the Northern Renaissance?
The sun is a __, a huge ball of very hot gases.
The imaginary line that passes through Earth's poles is Earth's __
Everything that exists, including planets, stars, dust, and gases, is the __.
The gravitational force of a star holds a __ in orbit around it.
A __ contains a group of stars, gas, and dust.
A __ is made up of a star and all the planets and other objects that revolve around it.
How are earth and the moon alike?
Which of these is the basis for timekeeping on earth?
Which of these occurs when it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere?
Which is a true statement about the planets in our solar system?
Which is not a type of galaxy?
Which of these causes seasonal changes on Earth?
Why is it important to include the asteroid belt when drawing the solar system?
Why is it generally warmer in the summer than in the winter in North America?
One way scientists classify stars is by their color. Earth\'s sun is a yellow star. Which sentence is true about the sun?
Which planet has the shortest revolution around the sun?
Why are you able to see the moon?
Which planet is farthest from the sun?
What is the order of the first four planets from nearest to farthest from the Sun?
The sun is an example of what?
Who was Napoleon Bonaparte?
What was the Napoleonic code?
What was the Battle of Trafalgar?
How did Napoleon get control of the government?
What changes did Napoleon make?
Where did Napoleon succeed in adding lands, and where did he fail?
What happened to Napoleon in Russia?
Where did Napoleon´s last battle take place?
What was Napoleon´s last attempt at power?
How was Napoleon´s last attempt at power named?
Which of Napoleon´s mistakes was the most serious?
What was the Continental System?
Why was Napoleon´s delay of the retreat from Moscow such a great blunder?
How did Napoleon became a hero in France?
Which did Napoleon consider his greatest triumph in domestic policy?
How was Napoleon able to control the countries neighboring the French Empire?
Napoleon had to deal biota forces both inside and outside the French Empire. Which area was more important to control?
If you had been a member of the bourgeoisie, would you have been satisfied with the results of Napoleon´s actions?
Why did Napoleon have trouble fighting the enemy forces in the peninsular war?
Which of Napoleon´s mistakes was the most serious?
Which statement describes why the Earth has seasons?
Solar Eclipses rarely occur because
Which force pulls the planets of the solar system towards the sun?
How is Saturn different from Earth?
The average temperature in Atlanta in June is 25 C, but the average temperature in December is 7 C. Why is the average temperature in Atlanta higher in June than in December?
If the moon is located between the Earth and Sun, then what moon phase would we be having?
Which planet has gases, land masses, and large amounts of surface water?
Which change would result in the same season year-round, everywhere on Earth
Judy was learning about an object in the Solar System that is made of frozen gases and solid rock. Which of these objects was she learning about?
Why is Venus always near the Sun when viewed from Earth?
This person wrote the FFA creed:
The first line of the FFA motto is:
The name of the FFA magazine is:
The apparel worn by FFA members at ceremonies and special occasions is called
Which of the following is not part of official dress?
Which of the following does not belong on your FFA jacket?
The official name of the FFA is:
The current South Lewis FFA secretary is:
The current South Lewis FFA vice president is:
The current South Lewis FFA president is:
What is the Earth mainly made of?
What is a landform?
An example of a landform is ___________________________
Mountains formed by hardened lava are called __________________
Dormant volcanoes are volcanoes that ___________________
The shaking of part of the Earth's surface is most likely caused by a ___________________
A crack in the Earth's surface is called a _____________________.
Part of a mountain can be blown off during a ______________________
A landform that looks like a mountain with a flat top is called a __________________
Hot magma can mostly be seen coming out of a(n) ________________________.
The breaking down of rocks into smaller pieces is called ___________________
The moving of weathered rocks by water, wind, and ice is called _______________
A type of erosion is ______________________
The difference between weathering and erosion is ___________________
Erosion can be harmful when ________________________
Planting trees on steep mountains can help prevent ___________________
Erosion is ________________________
Soil is made up of minerals, rocks, dead plants and _______________
When rocks are moved from one place to another it is called _________________
A pile of sand formed by the wind is called a ___________________
What was the name of the War the Colonies fought in to gain Independence
What was the name of the Treaty that ended the Revolutionary War
What was the first written national Government of the United States
Which of the following could the Articles of Confederation do?
Which of the following could the Articles of Confederation do?
Which of the following could that articles of Confederation not do?
Which of the following could that articles of Confederation not do?
What was the main event that led to the writing of a Constitution for the United States
Where was the Constituional Convention held
Which word matches this definition- an agreement between states
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In approximately which year was the Higgs Boson postulated?
What is the importance of finding the Higgs Boson?
Light is _________.
If an astronaut let Earth and traveled at .9c, how would the length of his craft appear to those on Earth as he was in transit (when compared to its length of the launch pad)?
If an astronaut left Earth and traveled at .9c, how would he appear to those on Earth upon his return?
Who proposed the theory of general relativity?
According to theory, what is the only way we can interact with sparticles?
Which is not a main idea of Section 2?
What is one thing the Zhou dynasty is known for?
What did the mandate of heaven mean for Zhou kings?
Who was at the highest level in the Zhou political order?
What did the Zhou dynasty help to do for China at first?
Why did people begin to reject Zhou's authority?
As loyalty to the king lessened, what happened as a result?
What is the time period called when people during the Zhou dynasty began to fight each other?
As problems developed, what began to change within China?
Why couldn't the rivalry between families be stopped?
What happened as a result of the Warring States period and the power struggle among families?
Who is considered the most influential teacher in Chinese history?
What did Confucius believe the Chinese needed to return to?
According to Confucius, which of the following was NOT a basic guideline to restore family order?
According to Confucius, which of the following was NOT a basic guideline to restore social harmony?
What is Confucianism?
What does Daoism stress?
Which of the following is NOT a belief of Daoism?
Which of the following is NOT a belief of Legalism?
What does Legalism deal with?
_____1. The Triangle Trade route included which of the following areas?
Which of the following countries did NOT explore the Americas during the Age of Exploration?
A compass helps explorers determine
Which word means to travel to an unfamiliar area in order to learn more about the place?
Which of the following is an example of cultural diffusion?
The original colonies were organized into which of the following three regions?
What was the function of the Mayflower Compact of 1620?
The Battles of Lexington and Concord became known as ______________?
The French and Indian War had many consequences. Which of the following is a consequence England faced as a result of the French and Indian War?
Who was the leader of the Continental Army?
In President Washington’s famous Farewell Address, he warned the America people against permanent alliances, sectionalism, and political parties. Why did President Washington warn the American people against politi
What historical U.S. document was ratified in 1791, composed of ten amendments, protected individual rights from government abuses, and was part of the United States Constitution?
The __________ wanted a strong national government and believed that there should be a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
Under the separation of powers specified by the U.S. Constitution, the national government is divided into the legislative, judicial, and __________ branches.
Before he left office, President Madison appointed some judges to the Supreme Court at the last minute. These appointment papers were not delivered in time and someone sued a judge. This Supreme Court is known as_____________.
While President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson authorized the purchase of the __________ from France in 1803.
The practice of forcing foreign sailors into a country’s military service, which the British Practiced regularly in the early 1800s, was called what?
During the War of 1812, what United States’ city was the site of a major battle fought after the war’s end had already been declared through the Treaty of Ghent?
The Star-Spangled Banner was written by
During the invasion of Washington, DC, who set fire to the White House and capitol?
Which is an example of a company establishing supply?
Duke Energy Power Company uses water to power the area. Which resource is Duke Energy Power using?
Jane’s Steakhouse offers several dishes that may include whole wheat, corn, or beef. Which type of resource is included in the dishes?
John specializes in leasing commercial buildings to manufacturing companies. In which type of resource does he specialize?
Which is an example of consumers establishing demand?
Tony organized all the automobiles that he has decided to sell at his dealership. Which part of economic decision-making process has he performed?
Jewel Manufacturing Company changed its production line to include more workers and decrease production time. Which economic question does this address?
An example of a value for a market economy is a:
Brandon’s Towing Company added flat tire replacement services. Which economic question does this address?
Tony is trying to decide on which cars to sell at his dealership. He completed a spreadsheet to compare the options of cars. Which part of economic decision-making process has he performed?
Bryers Ice Cream Company plans to increase the quantity of ice cream sold per quarter. This is an example of which self-regulating principle of a market economy?
Which is an example of consumers setting the demand?
Tina needs to find employment to earn an income. She applied for positions as a teacher, contractor, and coordinator. Which part of the economic decision-making process has she performed?
An example of a value for a command economy is:
Mary is proud of saving over $43,000 in a bank. She knows that her saving money at the bank will provide funds for others to borrow money. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
When a government agency reports annually the total amount spent to pay employees, this information is useful for which measurement of economic activities?
A report covering four quarters about the economy includes that more companies are experiencing less production and reducing the number of employees. Which phase of the business cycle does this report describe?
If an economist researches annually the total value of homes built, this information would be useful for which measurement of
A report covering several quarters about the economy includes that more companies are experiencing record high production and adding new employees. Also, wages and the rate of GDP are increasing significantly. Which phase of the business cycle does
Department stores report monthly to the state commerce office its total sales of goods and services. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
In a hypothetical economy, only 40 people were included and 15 pizzas were produced last year at $7 dollars each. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
Due to decreasing enrollment in a local school system, fewer teachers as employees are needed. As a result, over 100 teachers were released from their commitments. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
A cosmetic company purchased an automatic wrapping machine that wraps a pallet of boxes in 30 seconds. To complete the same task manually, it would take an employee almost 3 minutes. This would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
When is your final for this class?
What is the the largest fraction
Which number is a multiple of 4
How many states are there in the USA
what fraction is the decimal match 1/4
which is a verb
What word is spelled wrong
What is the factor pair for 24
How many colonies did USA start with
Who is the head of the executive branch
solve (2+3) X 8
India limits the amount of imported wheat products to protect its own industry. This is an example of which international trade barrier?
Syria is banned from selling products within other countries. This is an example of which international trade barrier?
Laos has limited infrastructure that will hinder international businesses to conduct transactions in it. This country depends heavily on the agricultural industry. Which main factor is this information about this country classified?
The government of the United States allows consumers to make decisions about goods and services consumed. Which main factor of the international business environment is this information about this country classified?
Due to the high volume of travelers visiting the United Kingdom, the country has set up duty-free shops in highly visited areas. This is an example of which encouragement of international trade?
If a country is in a civil war and its government changes abruptly, this is an example of which factor that influences international currency exchange?
Which statement is true about balance of payment?
Cuba bans American products to be sold within its country. This is an example of which international trade barrier?
Several Prime Ministers of East African countries are negotiating the trade of products and services throughout the Eastern region. This is an example of which encouragement of international trade?
While conducting business in Japan, Shari adjusted her gift-giving practices to accommodate her Japanese business-partners. Which main factor of the international business environment did Shari consider?
John has used four different colors to show the different products his company sells. How will John show which color is used with which product?
John has created multiple charts for each product sold. How will his manager know the name of each chart?
Which chart will best present a comparison of the average family income for three states, with emphasis on the states?
If Jake wants to study the relationship between the daily temperature and the amount of fruit sold during a week, what kind of chart should he used?
Which chart will BEST represent the percentage of expenses for travel, food, and entertainment, with emphasis on the entertainment expense?
Which chart type BEST represents the thousands of hits on multiple websites due to advertising?
Which function can an accounting department use in Cell A2 that will result in the current date?
Which function will result in the total number of entries in the cell range B5 to B14?
When creating a chart to analyze the effect of oil prices on the cost of stocks, which data will appear on the x-axis?
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Minerals are _________________
Three properties of minerals are hardness, ________________, and ___________________.
If a mineral has a lot of luster then you know it must be _________________
Igneous rocks form from __________________________
Sedimentary rocks can be made of _______________________
You know a rock is a metamorphic rock if it ______________________
An example of an igneous rock is _________________________________
Sandstone is an example of a _______________________ rock.
Soils are different because ________________________
The three types of soil are sand, __________________ and _________________.
Geoffrey is a lab technician and earns $9.65 per hour. What are his wages for 40 hours?
Estimate Geoffrey's annual wages, based on 50 weeks.
Wanda works as an electrician with the Duke Energy. She earns $17.25 per hour with time and a half after 40 hours. If she works 44 hours M-F, how much will she earn?
One day Wanda works from 8 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. , lunches until 1:30, and then works until 5:30 P.M. How many hours did she work?
Paul receives 89 cents for every radio he wires at Benton Electronics. How much will he earn if he completes the wiring on 128 radios?
Round $18.937 to the nearest cent.
Round $138.026 to the nearest dollar.
What is the annual salary for someone who earns a biweekly salary of $927.00.
Change these percents to decimals. 6%
Change these percents to decimals. 19%
Cells control center
made of different tissues that function together
stores food, waster, other materials needed by cell
This structure can only be found in a plant cell
group similar cells work together to perform specific function
Made of many cells
small grain shaped organelles that produce proteins
cells power producer
surrounds cell, holding parts of it together
capture energy from sunlight, give leaves their green color
What was the name of the helmets the Romans used in battle?
What did the javelin do to prevent enimies from using it?
What was the name of the short sword used for close range attacks?
How much money did the average soldier make a year?
How far did the Roman army travel on an average?
what formation did the army travel in?
where did the strongest soldiers stand in the formation?
what was the Cornu?
what was the Lituus used for?
who was the first emperor to divide land equally between sodliers?
To the right
To the left
Close to / near
alongside
far from
on top of
in back of
entre
underneath
in
Which answer shows how sound waves travel?
You brain interprets signals from ?
How can the pitch of an instrument be affected?
When will an echo sound most like the original sound
How is a sonic boom made?
Why do you think you often see a plane in the air before you hear it?
Series of vibrations that can be heard
Measure of sound energy reaching your ear
Measure of energy a wave carries
measure of the distance between a point on one wave and the same point on the next wave
Greenhouse gases include
Data that support the theory that the Earth's average surface temperature is on the rise include
Climatologists estimate that the oceans absorbs about _% of the carbon dioxide released from burning fossil fuels
Possible effects of global warming inlcude
The Kyoto Climate Change Conference agreed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to zero by 2012
Most likely, the only real solution to the global warming problem is
The ozone layer is vital to life on Earth because
Ultraviolet radiation is harmful because it
The significance of the June 1990 international ban on ozone depleting chemicals is that it showed that the international community
The most common way that modern ships transplant non native species to new environments is by
What natural resource is made from tiny dead organisms buried in layers of sediment over millions of years?
Two examples of natural resources are _________________ and ______________
Petroleum is a natural resource that is formed in _______________________
People can conserve natural resources by ______________________
The breaking and changing of rocks is called _________________________
A mountain is a type of ______________________
The movement of rocks along a fault may cause an ________________________
The freezing and melting of water inside rocks can cause ___________________
Really large areas of ice formed by snow are called ___________________________
_____________________ also protect soil from wind and rain, helping to slow down erosion
non native species do damage by
some ecologist speculate that Earth could become a homogeneous ecosystem because
overfishing affects local ecosystems by creating the imbalance that must result if you eliminate a species from an environment
The primary cause of coastal wetland destruction is the tendency for
estuaries are particularly at risk of destruction because
according to estimates, more than ___% of mangroves has been destroyed
ENSO events seem to correlate with
practices destructive to coral associated with capturing fish include
scientists estimate that about _% of the worlds coral reefs has been destroyed
with respect to the marine environment, we define pollution as
sources of pollution include
about 44%
heavy metals include
heavy metals affect organisms by
heavy metal risks to humans include
synthetic organic chemicals can persist in the marine environment because
synthetic organic chemicals concentrate into dangerous levels from very low concentrations
the major sources of oil pollution in the sea include
oil affects the environment by
Refind oil is more of a hazard than crude oil because the refinement process adds toxic chemicals and concentrates biologically active compounds
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What do all animal cells lack that plant cells have?
Which of these is an organelle?
What do animal cells have that plant cells lack?
What is the function of a lysosome?
Which controls everything else in the cell?
What is/are the powerhouse/s of a cell?
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to give a gentle push
To feel sorry
A silly or stupid mistake
ANTONYM: to attract
ANTONYM: sophisticated, modern
The plants ______________ in areas with lots of sunlight and water.
Having a Christian character can be seen when you do the ____________ thing even if nobody else is around.
Someone who pretents to be another
Don't ______________ the suspense; tell us the end of the story.
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Which of the following statements is true?
Why might there be an adapter on a power cord?
What will happen to a neutrally charged, light metal sphere placed very near the Van de Graf?
What actually moves in a DC circuit?
In fluorescent tubes, how is the electricity changed into light?
A circuit has one resistor and one battery. Which of the following will NOT decrease the current flow?
How can I increase the repulsive force between two charges?
Which of the following occurs in induction?
What is the process by which a neutrally charged conductor can become electrically attracted to a charged object called?
Which of the following is true of charges?
When connecting a voltmeter and an ammeter in a circuit, which of the following describes how they should be connected to give proper readings?
As a source of sound gets closer to an observer, the sound that the observer hears is:
What is the value of Mach?
Which of the following does not require a medium?
Which of the following is a similarity between mechanical waves and electromagnetic waves?
Two tones are sounded. Which of the following is true of the higher tone?
What is the reflection of a sound wave called?
In which of the following does sound travel faster?
What does it mean to be polarized?
Which of the following is NOT true?
The root solo means
The root neo means
Geo as seen in geothermal means
The roots in sympathy come together to mean
Bibliophile has roots that come together to mean
Poli as used in politics means
Dis as seen in disable means
-ology as seen in biology means
Duct as seen in aqueduct means
Circum as seen in circumvent means
Amnensia means
Which of the following is unnecessary for the formation of a transverse wave?
What type of wave is a musical note?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a mechanical wave?
Which of the following is NOT needed in order for a one-way mirror (a.k.a. two-way mirror) to work properly?
Which of the following types of lenses could be used to start a fire, and how close would it need to be to the targeted material to do this?
What is the bouncing back of light upon encountering a new medium called?
Which of the following is NOT necessary for the formation of a rainbow?
Which of the following types of electromagnetic radiation are listed in order of increasing frequency?
On cars, the passenger mirror typically carries a warning written on the mirror that objects in the mirror are closer than they appear. Why does the passenger's side window say this and the driver's side does not?
Which of the following elements would not be a good choice for a ferromagnet?
Electromagnetism can be explained by applying the laws of electricity with which theory?
Why is the Higgs Field important?
Which of the following fields deals with objects of immense mass?
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it is sometimes better to leave an oil slick alone because its too expensive to clean up
radioactive materials primarily get into the oceans
despite the 1975 and 1983 bans on dumping radioactive material at sea, they remain a concern because
so far the radioactive material
the main environmental concern regarding lost munitions is
__________ cause eutrophication
in sewage processing, level II treatment
dumping sludge causes environment concerns including
eutrophication harms marine ecosystems by
livestock sewage concerns are the same as human sewage concerns, although sometimes on a larger scale
heated water can be a pollutant
the sources of heated water that can affect the marine environment include
plastics enter the marine environment primarily by
plastic is a hazard in the environment because
spoil and industrial solid waste damage marine communities by
pollution costs the average US citizen about _ annualyy
the coastal zone management act preserves coastal resources by
the marine protection research and sanctuaries act granted the US government the power to
the 1972 ocean dumping convention resulted in agreements on
two conventions in 1973 that addressed pollution released by ships were
The group Phish performed to raise funds for needy children. T-shirts to commemorate the event were sold for $35. Exchanging a product for monetary value is an example of which type of utility
An entire crop of Florida oranges was destroyed due to a harsh winter storm. As an owner of an Orange Julius franchise meeting the unlimited wants of your customers with a limited supply of oranges demonstrates the study of
The Louisville Slugger baseball bats are made out of high quality ashe wood. The conversion of raw materials into useful products is an example of which type utility?
A local high school student earns extra money on game days at Ericsson Stadium by painting designs on the faces of fans. This high school student is an example of a(n):
The Johnson’s took their children to see a live performance of The Lion King at the Meymandi Performing Arts Center in Raleigh. This is an example of an economic:
During which phase of the business cycle does production of concert-related merchandise begin to slow down due to a decrease in leisure-time activities?
In order to safely play softball, Lauren need a mouthpiece, sliding pants, a softball glove, and a helmet. These items are known as:
When the government answers the three basic economic questions, what type of economy exists?
The economic principle that states that the supply of DVDs increases when demand is great and decreases when demand is low is known as:
When fans are willing to pay any price to see their favorite band perform, which phase of the business cycle is represented?
Changing from hand-making items to factory manufacturing is known as
Thomas Edison invented the-
Alexander Graham Bell invented the-
What did people in the temperance movement view as the most serious problem of the 1800s?
The Homestead Strike resulted in-
Andrew Carnegie was a business leader in the-
The rise of big business was caused by all of the following EXCEPT--
What modern technology can be traced back to Alexander Graham Bell?
Workplace reforms such as safer working conditions, fewer hours, and child labor restrictions were a direct result of the-
Suffrage is-
The 19th Amendment--
John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, and
Which of the following was NOT an issue for labor unions?
Cornelius Vanderbilt was a business leader in the--
Industry grew for all of the following reasons EXCEPT--
John D. Rockefeller was a business leader in the--
Which of the following women was a leader of the Women’s Suffrage Movement?
Cities grew and developed for several reasons EXCEPT-
Which of the following was NOT a problem that led workers to form labor organizations?
The American Federation of Labor was a union formed to-
Why was the United States trying to protect business interests in Cuba?
All of the following became America’s possessions EXCEPT--
One result of the Spanish American War was that the United States —
Which of the following BEST describes the cause of the explosion aboard the United States battleship Maine?
What did John Hay mean when he called the Spanish-American War “a splendid little war”?
Which of the following was NOT a factor that led Americans to call for war with Spain?
Which event immediately followed the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine?
What conclusion can you draw from the United States' involvement in the Spanish-America War?
In what year did the Spanish-American War take place?
America won the Spanish-American War in---
a solution that is mildly acidic would have a pH of
The label on a bottle says pH of 13. The substance is
when an acid reacts with a base, the hydronium oions react with hydorixide ion to form
when a solutio of an acids reacts with a solution of a base, the pH of the resulting solution depends on
what is a salt
soap making is a reaction between compounds found in animal fats or vegetable oils and
which is a neutralization reaction
Which are the spectator ions H3O + Br + K + OH -> k + Br + 2H2O
a base forms which ions when in solution
what does pH measure
Which term refers to a bitmapped graphic file that is commonly used as a fill or a background for a page or object? (pg. 136)
What term is used to refer to printing lines that can be inserted before or after a paragraph of text? (pg. 143)
Some desktop publishing programs come with a collection of ______, which are pre-built shapes and patterns that can be applied around the edges of rectangular and square objects.
When using sliders or text boxes to specify RGB color values for some specific color, the values entered in each box usually range from 0 to what?
The _____ of a color measures the degree to which you can see through the color. (pg.134)
When you convert text into a graphic object, as some programs allow you to do, which action can you then perform on the object? (pg.141)
What is another term for brightness, or the range of a color from black to white? (pg 134)
When adding printing lines after paragraphs of text, which term refers to the thickness of the line? (pg 143)
Which terms most accurately define the components of the HSL color system? (pg 134)
Some programs allow you to select a color from a ______, which is a rectangle that displays a spectrum of color from left to right. (pg 133)
The first plants to grow in a new environment are called?
Cell walls are made of
Moss plants are held in place by rootlike filaments called
The waxy protective layer on stems and leaves of plants is the
The tissue of tubular vessels that move water
cells that open and close to allow materials to enter and exit the leaf are called
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