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Water returning to earth from the atmosphere is called:
Humans excrete this form of Nitrogen
Legume plants
In order for water to change from a vapor to a liquid, this has to happen
Which of the following is not a factor in calculating momentum
Whenever an object is standing still, which value is always zero
A tug-of-war that results in one team mpulling the other across the line is an example of
A force is continuously applied to an object, causing it to accelerate. After a period of time, however, the object stops accelerating.What conclusions can be drawn
Weight is best desribed as
Which of the following units is used to measure acceleration
Which i of the following is true
The tendency of an object at rest to remain at rest is
The strongest gravitational force occurs between Earth and
Near Earth's surface, an object's free-fall acceleration increses as its
Was sind Sachen?
What is the plural of Heft
What is the plural of Buch
___ _____ Zeit hast du?
_______ _______ Schüler sind in dieser Klasse?
Was spricht man in Polen?
Was spricht man in Spanien?
Was ist sonnig und wolkig?
Ich brauche e__________ Computer
Wir besuchen e_________ Freundin
How is the Earth and the moon similar?
What are two main types of landforms that make up the moon's surface?
What is a solar eclipse?
What separates the inner planets from the outer planets?
Which scientist made the first telescope?
Which scientist improved the telescope by using two mirrors and one lens?
What was the first artificial satellite launched into space?
Which of the following is not a space shuttle use?
Which of the following is not needed in order for humans to survive on the planet Mars?
What is the correct order of the outer planets starting with the asteroid belt?
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A debit card takes money directly out of your checking account
Not every credit card has an annual fee
The confidence in a borrower's ability and intention to repay
When a person has a rewards card, an example of a type of reward is:
What is an advantage of renting over buying?
The difference between the value of your home and how much you still owe on your mortgage is known as:
A major disadvantage of renting rather than buying is
APR stands for
Used to mark dots on fabric
Used to keep pins
used for small measurements
Pins should never be placed in your mouth
Usually, the fewer the pattern pieces, the easier the construction
Pattern symbols indicate how to match and stitch pieces of the project together
Preshrinking the fabric causes the garment to shrink more after it is constructed and laundered
A ruler can easily be used to take body measurements
In order for a garment to lay properly, each piece must be cut on the straight of grain
When turning a square corner, lift the
Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are both involved in the
Predictable changes in a community over time.
Climate conditions in small area that different significantly from the climate of the surrounding area are called
The number of individuals of a single species per unit area is known as
The movement of individuals into an area is called
The movement of individuals out of an area is called
The area inhabited by a population is known as its
The maximum number of organisms of a particular species that can be supported by an environment is called
Demography is the scientific study of
Water lilies do not grow in desert sand because water availability to these plants in a desert is
The outer most layer of Earth.
The layer of Earth directly below the crust.
A biotic factor
An abiotic factor
Symbiosis...
Populations of organisms and their interactions with the environment around them.
Feeding step in the food chain.
The day to day conditions in an area.
The average year after year condition of temperature and precipitation in a region.
One organism captures and eats another organism.
A type of science that deals with interactions between organisms and between organisms and the environment they live in.
All of life on Earth.
All of the liquid water on Earth.
All of the rocky parts of Earth.
All of the frozen water on Earth.
All of the gases on Earth.
The same species living in the same environment.
An organism who needs to ingest food- cannot make its own food.
An organism who can make its own food- like photosynthesis.
When two or more of Earth's spheres interact.
In a communist system,
The Watergate Scandal lead to what changes in US society?
The first organized movement of African Americans to fight segregation was _______.
Which of the following was an Allied country during WWII?
The 38th parallel became an important dividing line between
The civil rights leader who believed deeply in the power of nonviolent protest.
This refers to the time period when selling, manufacturing, or transporting alcohol was illegal.
Which of the following is the South Vietnamese communist group that the US fought during the Vietnam War?
Which of the following statements best defines the domino theory?
The Peace Corps was developed as a means of
Roosevelt’s decision to move people of Japanese ancestry to internment camps was a response to
What was the Manhattan Project?
The first civilians executed for espionage in the United States were
Which one of the following was one impact that the Vietnam War had on America?
Which of the following statements most accurately reflects Roosevelt’s feelings toward joining WWII?
Propaganda
Of the following, the most compelling reason for the United States to enter WWI was
The goals of Freedom Summer project mainly concerned
WWII finally ended the Depression because:
What was Hoover’s attitude toward the Depression when he first entered office?
3 dimensional space created with shadows and color gradients.
Shapes including triangles, Squares and hexagons.
Shapes including leaves and cars.
Size/amount taken up by an element in a design.
Adding a sense of touch/feeling to a design.
2 dimensional space.
Used to evoke emotions.
Yellows, Reds and Oranges are considered what type of colors?
Black, beige, and white are considered what type of colors?
The space left around a subject in a design.
Blues, Violets and greens are considered what type of colors?
Elements in a circular path have which type of balance?
Splitting a design into nine equal sections, placing emphasized elements along the lines.
Variations of the same color is which type of color scheme?
Amount of a color used
The members of the counterculture movement were mostly;
During the Bay of Pigs, the United States attempted to
The war might have involved only two nations, Austria-Hungry and Serbia, if not for
What strategy did the United States use to defeat Japan in the Pacific?
This organization was created after WWII to promote peace, economic activity, and security for the world.
Which of the following countries were NOT part of the Central Powers?
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What are the round holes on the Moon's surface called?
What are craters caused by?
What are the changing shapes of the moon?
What does the word solar refer to?
What does rotation mean?
What word means throwing back light?
What are the broad, dark, flat plains on the Moon called?
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A setting is...
Theme is...
Internal conflict is...
A conflict is...
Foreshadowing is...
An exposition shows...
The climax is
Metaphor is...
An example of onomatopoeia is...
Author's purpose is...
In Figure 3-1, what type of rock should occur in the part of the rock cycle labeled B?
In Figure 3-1, what process or processes would be occurring in the part of the rock cycle labeled E?
Which sedimentary rock would be drop out LAST in a stream?
3-1 Picture: The rock pictured here which is split by the tree is an example of ___________
3-2 Picture: According to the picture, the valley became V shaped by the process of ____________ .
3-3 Picture: All of these pebbles/rocks (sediment) that have been washed on the sides of the creek have been placed there by what process?
Pic 3-4: What processes are responsible for the formation of the sedimentary rock shown in the diagram?
3-5 What element is missing from this diagram?
3-6 Which geologic process can change any rock into a sediment?
The melting of a metamorphic rock forms what substance?
What is the first step in creating a web site using Dreamweaver?
What is the purpose of a root folder?
When deciding if your web page should be designed for seniors, teens, or children, you are considering your ______________.
A small sketch that represents every page in a web site is called a:
A web address that is expressed in letters instead of numbers, such as www.adobe.com, is:
All web pages should end with what extension?
Transferring all files to a web server is also known as:
What is one default name for the home page?
Which of the following would not be included in an assets folder?
On Seagraves web site, which of the following is a parent page?
After an event, one should evaluate the indicators of success or failure using SWOT analysis. SWOT stands for:
What is a component of an event?
Division of revenues should be determined during which stage of creating an event management plan?
Financial risks include
An event manager must guarantee that the correct people have access to explicit locations in case of emergencies during which stage of an event management plan?
What is the name of the alcohol education program for servers, sellers and consumers of alcohol offered by Health Communications, Inc.?
A columnist for the local paper attends a play at the local high school and writes a favorable review encouraging the community to attend the play. This is a(n):
What kind of preparation is necessary for a successful event?
Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management (TEAM) requires:
The event manager must motivate diverse people to reach a common goal. This is an example of which skill?
If employees are standing around unsure of what to do at an event, their facility manager needs to improve which skill?
A time-line is essential for the event to run smoothly. Writing a timeline is an example of which skill?
The event manager must be creative to professionally handle new challenges. This is an example of which skill?
An event manager must supervise personnel during which stage of an event management plan?
An event manager must discuss concerns and anticipate problems during which stage of an event management plan?
An event manager must schedule breaks for workers during which stage of an event management plan?
safety risks include
In which type of seating are there no actual seats, and the spectators must stand shoulder to shoulder in open floor space?
Expenses and revenues for the event should be analyzed during which stage of an event?
A boilerplate contract might be used during which stage of event planning?
What process did geologistsuse to determine that the Earth is 4.6 billion years old?
Scientists used rocks from the _______ to determine the age of the Earth.
What process helped form Earth's early atmosphere and the oceans?
Which of the following are small and contain no nuclei?
The first evidence of multicellular animals comes from
The oxygen contained in the atmosphere comes mainly from
What is the main difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells?
What era are we living in?
At the end of what eon did the first continent form?
Why was the earth so hot in its early days?
An event manager must recruit personnel during which stage of an event management plan?
Event managers must post signs to direct spectators while:
Notifying local residents and businesses of traffic plans improves:
threats are
safety risks include
event marketing is
a boilerplate contract follows which format
opportunities are chances for
Which is an example of a threat?
which is an example of a threat
All cells share one common characteristic. What is that characteristic?
Some cell structures are found only in plant cells and not in animal cells. Which of the following is NOT found in an animal cell?
All living things, plant or animal, have one thing in common. Which of the following is the common thing?
When scientists propsed the cell theory in 1838, it changed cell biology forever. Which of the following statements is NOT a part of this cell theory?
Plants do not need skeletons because plant cells have a
A gate is to a factory as a _________ is to a cell
How is the school cafeteria most like a cell\'s mitochondria?
How is the principal\'s office most like a cell\'s nucleus?
The heart is an organ made of specialized cells. Which of these functions can the heart perform that individual heart cells cannot?
Which of the following lists these levels in the correct order of organization from the simplest to the most complex?
Who was the film superstar who fled to Hollywood from Europe?
What did we call the communities of shacks on public lands?
What did we call the drought-related conditions of the Great Plains?
what is it called when you buy now and pay later?
Who was the heroine of Gone with the Wind?
Who was the companion of the Lone Ranger?
What did we call the day of the Stock Market Crash?
What did we call the homeless wonderers who rode the rails?
A long period of rising stock prices is known as a _______market
The Great Stock Market Crash occured in the year
The cells that open and close the stomata are the ___.
Chloroplasts contain ___, a green pigment that absorbs light energy.
To produce food, a plant needs ___.
Chlorophyll absorbs ___.
Sunlight is actually ___.
A by-product of photosynthesis is ___.
The sugar made and used by plants is made in the ___.
When there is light, photosynthesis can ___.
When the stomata on a leaf are open, ___ diffuses into the leaf.
The primary photosynthetic organs of plants are the ___.
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Alveolar are a part in the
the outer most part of a PLANT is
red blood cells
Inside the nucleus is
uni mean
Pioneer species
Omnivores
The animals that eat plants
chemical change
When an object is being pushed and it stops being moved then the force acting in the opposite direction is
excretory system
Robert Hooke was the 1st person to
chloroplast
According to the Arrhenius theory, when an acidic substnce is dissolved in water it will produce a solution containing only one kind of positive ion. To which ion does the theory refer?
When an Arrhenius base is dissolved in H2O the only negative ion present in the solution is
In an aqueous solution, which substance yields hydrogen ions as the only positive ion?
When an Arrhenius acid is dissolved in water, it produces
Which compound reacts with an acid to produce water and a salt?
Which formula represents a salt?
How much water is formed when 1.0 mol of HCl reacts completely with 1.0 mol of NaOH?
Which metal will release H2 (g) when it reacts with HCl?
Which substance is always produced by a neutralization reaction?
Which products are formed when an acid reacts with a base?
Which compound is an electrolyte?
When substance X is dissolved in water, the only positive ions in the solution or hydrogen ions. Subtance X could be
Which species is classified as an Arrhenius base?
As 1g of sodium hydroxide dissolves in 100g of water, the conductivity of the water
According to the Refrence Tables For Physical Setting/Chemistry, which metal would react spontaneously with hydrochloric acid?
Which salt is formed when hydrochloric acid is neutralized by a potassium hydroxide solution?
In the neutralization reaction between hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide, the spectator ions are
A water solution contains 0.50 mol of HCl. How much NaOH should be added to the HCl solution to exactly neutralize it?
Which compound is classified as a salt?
According to the Reference Tables for Physical Setting/Chemistry, which of the following metals will react most readily with HCl to release hydrogen gas?
In Contents of A Dead Man's Pocket, Clare Benecke is a character about whom the reader knows very little. Clare is which type of character?
In Contents of A Dead Man's Pocket the reader saw the thoughts and actions of only Tom Benecke. This is what type of point of view?
Contents of the dead man's pockets, he thought with sudden fierce anger, a wasted life. This sentence is an example of:
By the conclusion of the short story “The Interlopers” by Saki, what can the reader infer?
What term best describes the ending of “The Interlopers”?
The main theme of “The Interlopers” concerns the:
What is Mrs. Mallard’s reaction to the news of her husband’s death and how does it change in “The Story of An Hour”?
Using words that appeal to senses to paint a picture in the reader's mind is…
The main character that faces the conflict is.....
The turning point in the story is the…..
The continent at the south pole is
The continent that looks like a big island south of the equator and north of the south pole is
The northern part of this continent is near the equator
This continent contains the United States, Canada, and Mexico
The largest ocean on earth is the
The Pacific Ocean is in two pieces.
The ocean near the north pole is the
Latitude lines
Longitude lines
The largest continent in land area is
Who were on the side of the Allies?
Who were on the side of the Axis?
What company in Minnesota made portable bridges and pontoons to help out the war effort during World War II?
What Minnesota company made ammunition, bullet casings and weapons to help the war effort during World War II?
What Minnesota company made military clothing to help the war effort during World War II?
What Minnesota company made SPAM luncheon meat to help the war effort during World War II?
What Minnesota company made military huts to help the war effort during World War II?
A person not on active military duty during a war.
the area of civilian activity during a war
limiting the amount of certain foods or materials that one is allowed to purchase
a private or community garden that people planted to help relieve food shortages during wartime
to select and require people to serve in the military
What caused World War II to start in Europe?
What caused the United States to enter World War II?
What military action led to the end of the war with Japan?
How did men and women in Minnesota join the fight of World War II?
How did Dakota and Ojibwe join the fight of World War II?
How did Minnesotans deal with the shortage of gas, rubber and other material?
What are two ways the U.S. government and citizens dealt with food shortages?
A compound that contains carbon is an....
A compound containing ONLY hydrogen and carbon is....
A hydrocarbon that contains ONLY single bonds is an....
Alkanes are also known as...
A hydrocarbon that contains one or more DOUBLE bonds is an....
A hydrocarbon that contains one or more TRIPLE bonds is an...
Based on the compound names, which could be an Alkene?
Based on compound names, which compound contains a triple bond?
Which is NOT a form of carbon?
A hydrocarbon that forms a ring is an...
Incomplete combustion is dangerous because it produces what?
True or false: Most Aeromatic compunds have an odor.
Which is NOT a form of fossil fuel?
INCOMPLETE combustion of fossil fuels releases_________ (a toxic gas)
Polymers are made up of smaller units called....
In a polymer... monomers are linked by....
The amount you earn before taxes are withheld
The measurement of how quickly you can turn an investment into cash is known as
For the average family, the largest single expenditure is usually:
A budget is a ___________ that is created to reach your personal financial goals
Expenses can be classified as either fixed or variable
Which of the following is not required on a check
The FDIC insures saving accounts in the case of bankruptcy and failure
You should compare the rate of interest you earn on your savings with the rate of inflation
An advantage of using credit is:
A credit score is also known as a
To avoid an interest charge on a credit card. the cardholder must:
Which is considered an excellent credit score:
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Which of the following has the most gravity?
Which of these does not have a core?
These are found on the Sun. They are the coolest parts of the sun.
This is the thinnest layer of the Earth.
This is the outermost layer of the sun
This layer helps protect the Earth.
Which of these following has the least gravity?
Life exists on which of the following planets.
This layer of the Earth is made up of solid Nickel and Iron.
This layer is made up of liquid rocks and magma.
Which is the BEST example of alliteration?
The flowers were crying for my attention.
The thief was caught red-handed.
He was a tornado, blasting his way through the opposing team.
I will die if she asks me to sing in front of everyone.
Arranging events in a time sequence is which pattern?
Which of the following words is NOT a word that shows sequence?
If a student got 100% on their work, what could you infer?
Kassandra threw her coat over the chair, flew past her astonished parents to her own room, slammed the door, and threw herself face down on the bed.
It was cool outside.The leaves were changing colors and there were pumpkin decorations on the walls. What season is it?
When chlorophyll breaks down, ___.
If you plant a tree on the side of a very steep hill, it will ___.
An example of short-day plants are ___.
An example of long-day plants are ___.
A short day plant is one that will ___.
You can cause a chrysanthemum to flower by ___.
When the stomata on a leaf are open, ___ diffuses into the leaf.
Many of a plant's tropisms are in response to ___.
When commercial growers artificially control the length of days and nights to stimulate plants to flower, they are relying on a or an ___.
A change in plant growth in response to the direction of light is called ___.
What was the name of the plan that small states favored when forming a new Government for the United States?
What was the name of the plan that large states favored when forming a new Government for the United States?
What do we call the plan that was the compromise between the small states and the large states and the current plan of government that we have today?
How many states had to ratify the Constition before it became the supreme law of the land
In the three fifths compromise every 5 slaves counted as how many people?
How many branches of Government were there in the new Government
How many houses of Congress were there in the new Government
What two parts make up the Legislative Branch of Government
Which house in Congress has equal representation with every state having 2 representatives
Which house of Congress\'s representation is based on the population of a state?
Which type of cell is necessary for an immune response?
Which of the following is most consistent with the modern theory of evolution?
Adaptation refers to gradual changes in groups of organisms necessary for survival. This is a result of ___
The physical expression of a genetic trait is called a
Pine trees on the side of a mountain would be in competition with _____
Where would you expect to find the greatest number of species per square mile?
Gas exchange, diaphragm, and inhale are most closely associated with what system?
Larger body sized animals could survive better because _____
Color and spotting of an animal is an adaptation that is an example of ____
When is a fox a secondary consumer?
When you read a text or a story that contains important information and facts, the authors purpose is to
The person that is TELLING the story is called the:
Pictures found on the cover and within a book or text are called
What part of a book would you use to locate the title of each chapter and the page number where it chapter begins?
The problem or struggle in a story.
The main character or hero in a story
Making an inference from a reading selection is also called
The main idea of a literary work; the message the author wants to convey
The_____________ is where a story takes place.
The events that make up a story are part of the story's
what part of speech is slope
what is a measure of the steepness ( tilt ) of a line on a graph
where a graph line crosses the x-axis
where a line crosses the y-axis
simplified equation of a line
opposite of slope
smae as slope
opposite x-intercept
opposite of slope intercept form
sketch for slope intercept form
Which of the following was not an issue that increasingly divided the North and South?
Which side of the Civil War was mainly an urban society in which people held jobs?
Which side of the Civil War was primarily agricultural and people lived in small villages and on farms and plantations?
What do you call a tax on foreign goods?
Which side during the Civil War favored tariffs because they thought they protected factory workers from foreign competition?
Which side of the Civil War opposed tariffs, because it caused the price of manufactured goods to increase?
Planters in the South were concerned that Great Britain might stop buying _____ from them if tariffs were added.
Which side of the Civil War thought that the states should have more power not the central government? (Claimed States Rights)
Which side of the Civil War thought the Central/National government should have more power than the states?
During the Civil War, whose economy relied mainly on slavery?
A food aor drink that a person usually has.
A person who buys things.
Even; not toom much or something
Plants or parts of plants that are consumed as food.
Going to the story to buy things.
Something that feels even and has no rough spots.
Foods that are made with milk, cream or cheese.
Much bigger than usual.
Wanting to eat.
A food or drink that a person usually has.
To swirl in a circular motion
Having a ragged or pointed edge or outline.
The flash of light that occurs when electricity builds up in storm clouds.
Violent, whirling winds in funnel-shaped clouds.
To come together with forceful impact.
Large areas of flat or rolling grassland.
Serious or extreme in nature
A lifting or upward movement.
Crackling or hissing with intense heat.
Uneven or unsteady
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Which unit of measurment would you use to find the capacity of an item?
Who was the President of the United States during the Civil War?
What battle marked the turning point of the Civil War?
The naval battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac during the Civil War was noteworthy because ____________________________________?
Which of the following was NOT one of the states that seceded during the Civil War?
What agreement created an imaginary line at the 36th parallel that determined which half of the new territories would have slavery and which half wouldn't?
What was the primary goal of the Union during the Civil War?
Who was the President of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War?
What was the name for Lincoln's plan to free all of the slaves?
Who was the Union General who forced the South to surrender at the end of the Civil War?
What was the first major battle of the Civil War?
living things in an ecosystem
nonliving things in an ecosystem
an area made of living and nonliving things
ecosystems on land (forest, grasslands, deserts)
water-based ecosystems (lakes, ponds, oceans, estuaries)
living things that make their own food throughout photosynthesis (plants)
living things that get energy by eating
consumers that eat only plants
consumers that eat both plants and animals
consumers that eat only animals
consumers that eat secondary consumers
a living thing that gets energy by breaking down dead materials
path of energy from one living thing to the next; beginning with a producer
several food chains that hook together in an ecosystem
a model that shows the amount of energy that passes from one organism to the next in a food chain or web*
animals that hunt for other animals
animals that are hunted
the demand for a resource (like food or water) by two or more organisms
Which would not be true of minerals?
The color a mineral 'writes' when scratched...
Which is NOT an example of luster?
Which minerals falls at 1 on the Hardness Scale?
When a mineral always breaks in a predictable pattern.
This mineral fizzes when in contact with acid.
This mineral looks like gold, but it harder.
This mineral is used in computer technologies.
Extraction of usable amounts of ores is done through this.
This mineral is yellow and smells like rotten eggs.
Gemstones all have this in common
This mineral is known for tasting salty.
This mineral makes up most of sand and leads to formation of glass.
These minerals are most abundant in the earth's crust.
What is NOT 3 functions of money?
Which is NOT a characteristic of money?
Which is NOT an advantage of bartering?
Fiat money is……….
What type of money would you classify tea as?
What type of money would you classify a credit card as?
Which one is a negative of currency?
Which characteristic of money would a block of ice not meet?
Which is a disadvantage of a debit card?
Which is an advantage of a credit card?
Why was the Fed created?
What is the purpose of the Fed?
Which is NOT a responsibility of the FED?
Which is NOT a goal of Monetary Policy?
A decline in value of the US dollar will likely result in an increase in the ………
Who is NOT a part of the structure of the Fed?
During a recession the FED will most likely react by
What are the 3 tools for Monetary Policy?
When would you want to use EASY money policy?
When would you use TIGHT money policy?
On what continent is 20 degrees South by 60 West? Use resource map # 1.
On what continent is 40 degrees North by 100 degrees West? Use resource map # 1.
Which of the given coordinates is in Africa? Use resource map # 1.
Which of the given coordinates is in North America? Use resource map # 1.
One consequence of the Bantu migration was _________________________________.
The spread and blending of languages, religions, and other aspects of culture is known as ____________________________.
Islam spread to Ghana because of ___________________.
Which of the African kingdoms given is most likely to speak Bantu? Use resource map # 2.
What natural resource did most Spanish settlements develop by? Use resource map # 3.
Mansa Musa brought fame to Timbuktu and Mali by making it a center for studying _________________________________.
Which statement is best supported by the information in the maps? Use map resource # 4.
What motivated Europeans to colonize and control African territories?
The International Red Cross, World Health Organization, and UNICEF are known as humanitarian organizations. All of these organizations help people. Therefore, humanitarian organizations can be describe as _____________________________.
The International Red Cross is best known for its __________________________________________________.
The Inca built temples and roads that still exist today with stones they were able to put together without mortar. They had a sophisticated and advanced understanding of engineering. What conclusion can be drawn about the Inca?
A negative impact of the Colombian Exchange was _______________________________________.
The Colombian Exchange created a need for human resources in the Americas to work on plantations (large scale farms run as a business). How was this need met?
Which is the best conclusion that can be drawn based on the given maps of South America? Use map resource # 5.
The United Nations' ____________________________________________________ indicates the standard of living of a nation.
Which set of countries has the lowest standard of living based on the information in the Standard of Living Table?
MAIN IDEA
TOPIC
THEME
SUMMARY
AUTHOR'S PURPOSE
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO BEFORE READING?
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO DURING READING?
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO AFTER READING?
WHEN ANSWERING QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD -
BEFORE YOU TURN IN YOUR PAPER
All living things
High biodivesity
Physical change
Primary succession take longer than secondary succession b/c
people that choose to create a new breed is
Mitochondria
secondary succession
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The evolutionary history of a species is its_________
A system for naming species in which two words are used to name an organism is _____
The placing of information or objects into objects into groups based on certain similarities is ________
A heterotrophic eukaryote associated with the decomposistion of dead organisms is a(n) ___________
A group of related classes of plants is a __________
The science of grouping and naming organisms is __________
The method used to construct a hypothetical evolutionary tree is ____________
Biologists use _________ to create a cladogram
A group of related families is called
A group of related classes is called
A group of related phyla
Microscopic, single-celled prokaryotes
Group of related orders
Eukaryote lacking complex organ systems
Group of related genera
Group of related species
Group of related classes
Group of related families
Organisms that are similar in structure and form and successfully reproduce among themselves belong to the same (family)
When organisms are classified within the same group, it can be assumed that they have a common (phylogeny)
Linnaues used similarities in (stucture) to determine relationships among organisms
Streptococcus, a types of bateria that causes strep throat, is classified in the Kingdom (Portista)
When organisms are classified within the same group, it can assumed that they have a common (phylogeny)
In a fan diagram, the closer a species is to the outer band, the (earlier) it appeared in geological time
A (dichotomous key) is a step-by-step way to identify an organism using a series of pair descriptions
In the name of the white oak, Quercus alba, Quercues is the (species) name
Organisms that are similar in structure and form and successfully reproduce among themselves belong to the same (family)
The greater the number of taxa two organisms have in common, the (more closely) related they are
In Aristotle's system of classification, animals were classified on the basis of their (size and structure)
A group of related genera
Do not take the Lords name in vain.
Honor and resprect your mother and father.
Do not commit adultery.
Do not lie.
Do not have any other gods before ME.
Do not be jealous.
Do not have false idols.
Do not steal.
Keep Sunday Holy.
Do not murder.
The purchases account is classified as
Purchases returns and allowances
The terms 2/10, n/30 is read as
A trade discount is
Since contra accounts are offsets to their related accounts, contra accounts normal balances are
What account is used to help reconcile a petty cash account?
If merchandise is purchased for $1000 on July 1, with terms of 2/10, n/30, what is the amount due on July 9th?
The source document for a cash purchase is
Supplies bought for use in a business are recorded in the
The balance of Cash Short and Over
Which of the following identifies the layers of the atmosphere in correct order, beginning with the lowest layer?
A boundary along which a mass of warm, moist air replaces a mass of cool, dry air is called a(n)
The transfer of heat by the movement of currents within a fluid is called....
Carbon-containing fuels that formed from the remains of living things are called
Which of the following is NOT a primary air pollutant?
Acid deposition is caused mainly by
A scrubber is a deivce that
The main chemicals responsible for the ozone hole are
The force exerted by air on the area below it is called (air pressure)
The (troposphere) provides living things with oxygen
(Industrial smog) is a haze formed when sunlight acts on air pollutants
(Lead) can bond to hemoglobin and therefor deprive the body of oxygen.
As a result of the (Montreal Protocol), manufacture of CFCs has falled dramatically
Why is the temperature in the upper stratosphere higher than the temperature in the lower stratosphere
If people are exposed over and over to air pollution, they may develop all of the following harmful respiratory conditions, EXCEPT
The Clean Air Act put in place the use of a device in motor vehicles that reduces the amount of air pollutants in emissions called
In the 1970s and 1980s, CFCs were manufactured in large amounts. Which of the following is NOT an object that contains CFCs
How does heat travel from the sun to the earth?
Which layer of the atmosphere produces the aurora borealis?
In which layer is the ozone layer found?
Acceleration is
The slope of a speed-time graph is
_______________________ is an acceleration that slows an object down.
If an Olympic swimmer swims 50 meters in 25 seconds, what is the swimmer's speed?
What is the acceleration of a plane that increases its speed from 800 m/s while taxiing down the runway to 1000 m/s in 5 sec?
If you are driving at 50 km/hr and you had to travel 425 km, how long would it take you?
You can calculate acceleration by___________________
Displacement is
A horse runs at an average speed of 5 m/s for 20 sec in a race. What was the distance the horse ran?
The length of time that passes from one event to another is
A type of rock that forms when hot, liquid rock hardens is called
A type of rock that forms as a result of heat and pressure but does not melt is called
Sedimentary rocks can be made of particles from which of the following?
An igneous rock with a course-grained texture forms when
Rock can be brought to Earth's surface by uplift and by
The arrangement of minerals in a rock determines the rock's
When sediment or rock is buried deep inside the Earth, it is affected by
This type of rock forms when rocks are broken down into smaller pieces that harden into new rock.
The process in which water, ice, wind, and gravity drop newly formed sediments is called
The ______________ of a rock depends on the sizes, shapes, and positions of the minerals in the rock
Which of the following is a type of frost action?
Which of the following types of chemical weathering causes a karst landscape, such as a cavern?
How do lichens slowly break down a rock?
Which of these is most likely to experience oxidation?
Chemical weathering is most rapid in areas that are
Which rocks are exposed to more wind, rain, and ice?
What is the arrangement of soil particles called?
What is the organic material formed in soil from the decayed remains of plants and animals called?
The removal from soil of substances that can be dissolved in water is called
Soil that has a pH of 9 would be considered
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Animals store energy in the muscles and liver in the form of
Cellulose make up a plant's...
A monosaccharide has...
A disaccharide has...
A polysaccharide has...
Cellulose can be digested by...
The function of a carbohydrate is...
The building blocks of carbohydrates are...
What does your teacher love to do on her free time?
Where can you find the rules for Science class?
What computer do you use in here?
Where do we go in a fire drill?
In a code red what to we do?
How do we put our computers away?
What is Ms. Wilbur's favorite football team?
What is Ms. Wilbur's favorite colors?
How many years has Ms. Wilbur taught in AJUSD?
What was Ms. Wilbur's most exciting moment this summer?
What are the building blocks of proteins?
Which of the following do proteins make?
Collagen is a protein that is found in....
Keratin is a protein that is found in...
Hemoglobin is a protein that...
Which of the following is a function of a protein?
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of a protein...
Which protein allows for transport through the cell membrane?
Which protein breaks down food into usable molecules?
Which protein regulates blood sugars in the body?
What most determines the function of a protein?
An amino acid that we cannot produce is called...
How do we obtain amino acids to build proteins?
Jeff Guinn wrote what book?
Carl Hiassen write in what genre?
Elmore Leonard lived in what American city?
Elmore Leonard's character Chili Palma was in what movie?
Simon Winchester was educated at what college?
Ed Matlosz playedbaseball of what major univeristy?
Alec McDaniel graduated from what university?
Erik Larson newest book is( 2015) ?
Rich Milligan's favorite author is?
Alan Furst writes in what genre?
When did World War I begin?
Name the main country in the Central Powers?
Who was the leader was the US during World War I?
What was the spark that started World War I?
What type of fighting characterized the fighting of World War I?
Who was the leader of Germany during the war?
How did the US get into the war?
Who was a private serving in the trenches during the war?
Name the new weapons that were used in World War I?
Who won World War I?
What is the acronym used to remember the reasons for WWI?
What sparked WWI
What ISM was America practicing before WWI?
The sinking of what ship infuriated Americans?
Who was POTUS during WWI?
What kind of warfare was used during WWI?
What treaty was signed at the end of WWI?
Why did Germany hate the treaty?
Who had to give up most of their military after WWI?
Who is your favorite social studies teacher this year?
Government of Ancient Greece
Athletic Event of Greece
Famous Building of Ancient Greece
Greek Food served at Biblos special
Continent of Ancient Greece
Famous war like city state of Greece
Naval Power of Ancient Greece
This was an Oligarchy of Ancient Greece
Greece has many if these geographic features
why do we study Greece? (major reason)
What is a democracy
What is a dictatorship
What is a facist
What is a monarchy
If you are ruled by a president and the people you are a
If you live in a country where there is a king or queen you are living in a
If you live in a country where there is one ruler and the people has no say what happens in their country you live in a
What are characteristics of a monarchy
What is the characteristics of a democracy
What is the characteristics of a dictatorship
Which of these is not a sign of a chemical Reaction
The atomic number is the same as:
In a chemical equation the PRODUCTS are:
Which of these is a physical change?
Which of these is a chemical change
In a chemical reaction (pick the one that is wrong!)
______ means all atoms of the same type
A mixture is ...
Which sign of a chemical change can we see here - A piece of toast has been burned
The Symbol H stands for
Which answer below shows the best estimate of the item's capacity?
Jackie needs 5 cups of milk to make a vanilla milkshake. Should she buy a pint, a quart, or a gallon of milk?
Jason made a cup of hot chocolate. Does his cup probably hold 400 liters or 400 milliliters of hot chocolate?
Which answer best shows the unit to measure the item shown?
Which best represents the unit of measure to be used to find the mass of a squirrel ?
Which answer best shows the mass of the item shown?
Which weighs more: 3.5 pounds of butter or 60 ounces of butter?
Which answer best shows the weight of the item shown?
Select the correct answer.
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Which of the following statements is true about the Soviet Union and the United States?
What do you call the state of tension without actual fighting between the United States and the Soviet Union, which divided the world into two camps?
Which of the following countries were communist?
Which of the following countries had a capitalist economic system?
Which of the following countries was ran by a dictator?
Which country wanted to set up a policy of containment to stop the spread of communism?
What was the mutual defense pact between ten European countries and the U.S. and Canada, that they formed to protect themselves from communist countries?
What was the Soviet Union's response to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)?
Which country felt that they had total domination over the Eastern European countries that had been liberated?
What did the Soviet Union build through Berlin to keep people in East Berlin from going to West Berlin?
Which climate has the most productive soil for raising crops?
What is it called when you plow across the slope of hills?
Ice, wind, water, gravity, plants, and animals are all agents of
If you drop a sugar cube into a glass of water, the sugar cube will dissolve after a few minutes. This process is an example of
The term for the arrangement of soil particles is
If you increase the surface area of a rock, how will it affect the rate at which it weathers?
The removal of substances that can be dissolved from rock or layers of soil due to the passing of water is called
What is it called when wind blows sand and silt against exposed rock, eventually wearing away the rock’s surface?
When oxygen in the air reacts with iron, the result is
Mechanical weathering occurs at a greater rate in climates that are
Which of the following is NOT a benefit provided by soil?
Which of water’s properties directly causes mechanical weathering?
Chemical weathering is most rapid in areas that are
Which of the following does NOT directly contribute to the weathering of rocks?
The decayed plant and animal material in soil is called
Rust is the oxidation of
What is the breakdown of rock into smaller pieces by physical means called?
What is it called when softer rocks wear away and leave harder rocks behind?
What is the removal of substances from soil due to the passing of water called?
What do we call soil that is blown or washed away from its parent rock?
________ is a sophisticated image-editing application you can use to create, edit, and enhance images
The toolbox can be set to appear in
You can see the fly-out menu of a particular tool in the toolbox by
The little crooked arrows at the top right of the foreground/background color picker tool
The default foreground and background colors are
In Photoshop, it's important to change settings _________ you use them.
Naming the document ____________ the same as saving it in Photoshop.
________ is the layer that is always locked.
RGB color mode works best for images that will be
CMYK color mode works best for images that will be
A single level in the stacking order that can hold any number of objects
________ is to remove unwanted image information, thus reducing the image size.
The dimensions of an image in inches, centimeters, or another unit in known as
The purpose of a computer network is sharing.
What two ways are networks classified?
Which category involves the device that actually controls the network?
Which category involves the distance between the devices?
Which two networks are controller function networks?
Which two networks are classified as Geography networks?
What is NOT a characteristic of a Local Area Network (LAN)?
______________ refers to the physical layout of the network devices and cabling and how all the components communicate with each other.
A mesh topology is also called a _____________ topology.
What is NOT a multipoint topology?
Terminators are used only in a ________ topology
A ________ topology is a circle with no ends.
In a ________ topology, all devices are connected to a central device called a hub.
__________ is a computer simulation program, which stimulates the process of urban planning, infrastructures, and economic growth in a city.
__________ zones are where your Sims live.
____________ zones contain various factories, industries, and warehouses.
_________ zones contain shops and offices.
__________ and ___________ are utilities essential to your Sims' lives.
The monetary unit (money) of the SimNation is the _________.
__________ are the citizens of SimCity.
_________ is the money you make in your city.
______________ is what you spend your revenue (money earned) on.
What is NOT an example of an expenditure?
What is NOT a way to make money in SimCity?
A term used in urban planning for a system of land-use regulations in various parts of the world.
Refers to a list of all planned expenses and revenues
The tearing-down of buildings and other structures
We see stars, such as Betelgeuse, in different locations depending on the time of night
Because the Earth spins, we see stars
The motion of the stars that you see over several weeks or months is due to
Which constellation is named after a mythological hunter?
Once stars run out of hydrogen and the temperature begins to increase, these stars are said to be __________.
Our sun is considered a star of__________ temperature
The __________ __________of a star is a measure of the amount of light it gives off.
The __________ __________ is a measure of the amount of light received on earth.
The Milky Way Galaxy is
By studying a star's spectra, scientists can determine __________ found in the star's atmosphere.
amount of energy required to move an electron from one energy level to another is a(n)
How many sublevels (s,p,d,f,etc) are in the 3rd energy level?
How many electrons will completely filll the 4d sublevel?
Which orbital fills just after the 4s orbital?
Which of the following orbital designations is NOT possible?
The fact that only 2 electrons can enter each orbital is best explained by:
Which of the following shapes best represents the p orbital?
What is the element that is represented by the electron configuration 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s1
The first three electrons that enter into p orbitals must have:
The fourth energy level has
Which choice uses the MOST vivid language?
Persuasion: All the cool kids eat at Pop's hamburger joint, where we have the coolest food around!
Figurative language: His voice was sweet like honey and smooth as butter.
Which of the following uses association to pursuade the reader?
Figurative language: If you don't stop messing with me, I'm gonna give you a taste of your own medicine!
If you wanted to find out what a "quinoa" is, you should search:
If you want to find out where quinoas grow, what type of light is best for them, and when to plant, you would look:
Which contains the most vivid description?
In what instance would you use a thesaurus?
Figurative language: It seemed even the wind was singing a sad, mournful song that day.
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No puedo comer sin vomitar. Y tengo miedo que tengo poco diarrea.
Mi garganta está roja y me duele comer.
Pasé todas de mis vacaciones afuera en el sol. Se me olvidó poner crema protectora.
Tengo lunares rojas en todo de mi cuerpo. Me pican mucho.
Tengo dolor en el pecho y el brazo está insensible. Estoy sudando mucho.
Estoy mareado. No puedo caminar bien. Es difícil oír bien.
Estoy sangrando mucho de mi pierna.
Tengo tos grave en mi pecho. No puedo respirar bien.
The layer of atmosphere nearest the surface of the Earth.
The doldrums are the windless zone near the equator.
Heat transfer by electromagnetic waves
The layer of the atmosphere that merges into space.
Too much expose to UV rays can cause skin cancer.
The air in the troposphere is warmed by_______
The transfer of heat by the flow of a heated material.
Air above the south pole is warmer than other places on earth.
What destroys ozone molecules?
Water is the only substance that exists as a solid, liquid and a gas
The _______________ has venom, a paddle-like tail, and salt glands.
A lizard that swims and feeds in the ocean is the ___________________
Seabirds spread an oil through their feathers when they _________________.
The most widely distributed marine reptile is the ____________________
The marine reptile that guards its nest until they hatch is the
Marine reptiles may have any of the following features except
Which of the following is a toothed whale?
Bradycardia, a type of diving response, occurs as a result of
It is thought that whales strand themselves because they
The osprey uses its sharp talons to
The term ___________________ refers to seals, walruses, and sea lions
The ______________ have special plates to filter feed on plankton.
Humpbacks may be seen _____________, or leaping out of the water
Layers of fat, or _______________, enable whales to live in cold waters
Whales travel in an extended family group, or ______________.
How is the whale adapted for breathing in the ocean?
Sea turtles leave the water and come up on land to
Marine turtles have all of the following adaptations except
The female sea turtle lays eggs that have
Penguin have all of the following adaptations except
The sandpiper's beak, used to find tiny creatures in the sand, is
The bird that has webbed feet for moving in the water is the
Of the following, which marine mammals have been heavily hunted for their fur?
Which of the following is a filter-feeding marine mammal?
Marine reptiles are found primarily in
The pinniped whose forelimbs are better developed for moving on land is the
The marine mammal that cracks shells open with a rock is the
Which of the following is part of the diving response?
Evidence of the whale's terrestrial ancestors is clearly seen in the internal structure of its
Which of the following is not a characteristic of all marine mammals?
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This can turn any rock into sediment.
Which of the following provides the best evidence of plate tectonics?
Fossils of tropical plants have been found in Antarctica. How is this phenomenon best explained?
At a convergent plate boundary, the upper plate is folded back and pushed upward as the lower plate sinks down into the mantle. What landform is most likely to result from this?
Two crustal plates move in opposite directions away from each other, creating a divergent boundary. What will form?
Two plates grind against each other in opposite directions, causing fractures in the rock.
How does a scientist measure the distance of an earthquake\'s epicenter from a recording station?
Which of the following is used to quantify the magnitude of an earthquake?
Which of the following best describes P waves?
Which of the following best describes S waves?
When are hats allowed to be worn?
When is gum allowed to be chewed at school.
What should you do when the bells rings at the end of class?
When may you use the restroom?
When may you get a drink?
Will the teacher provide you with a pencil?
Will the teacher accept late work?
Is food allowed in the classroom?
What kind of drinks are allowed in the classroom?
What happens if you receive a strike in my class?
Which of the following can be scratched with a fingernail?
How does the process of erosion affect Earth's structure?
Havasu Falls in the Grand Canyon drops over 120 feet over a vertical cliff into a pool below. Which processes are most responsible for forming this waterfall?
How does the process of deposition affect Earth's structure?
How does the process of plate tectonics affect Earth's structure?
How does volcanic activity affect Earth's structure?
Which of the following provides the best evidence that Earth's climate has changed over time?
Which of the following provides the best evidence that Earth has evolved over time?
Which of the following best describes the role pressure plays in the rock cycle?
Heat and pressure can turn a sedimentary rock into which of the following?
Why are carbohydrates important?
Plant store energy in the form of...
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what is an advantage of entrepreneurship
what type of business ownership is an arrangement between two or more people
which of the following is NOT a trait of an entrepreneur
what type of business ownership is completely owned by one person
what is the most expensive form of business ownership
which for of business ownership is taxed the most
what is a disadvantage of buying a franchise
which type of business ownership is chartered by a state that legally operates apart from the owner
which entrepreneur started Wal-Mart
which entrepreneur started McDonalds
According to the Bohr model of an atom, which particles are only allowed to exist in a specific energy level?
The line emission spectrum of an atom is caused by the energy that is released when an electron:
Which color of ligth in the visible spectrum has the longest wavelength?
What is the relationship between wavelength and energy?
In the equation c = wavelength x frequency, what does c represent?
Because excited hydrogen atoms always produced the same line-emission spectrum, scientists believed that hydrogen
A quantum of energy is the
A form of energy that travels as a wave through space is
Which orbitals can be modeled as dumbell shape?
What is the correct notation for a sublevel in the first energy level?
What is the maximum number of electrons that a single orbital can hold?
How many electrons can a d sublevel hold?
According to the Aufbau Principle, which of the following sublevels is the lowest in energy?
The ground-state electron configuration of neon is 1s2 2s2 2p6. In this arrangement, how many of neon's orbitals are completely filled?
The noble gas configuration for bromine is (Ar) 3d10 4s2 4p5. How many unpaired electrons are there in an atom of bromine in the ground state?
A ground state atom of which element has one electron in its fourth and outermost energy level?
A spherical electron cloud surrounding a nucleus would best represent
How many electrons can the fourth energy level hold?
Compared with an electron on the second energy level, an electron on the fourth energy level has:
According to Bohr, which location would be impossible for an electron to exist
To calculate the frequency of an electromagnetic wave, you need to know the speed of the wave and its:
What is the frequency of a light wave with a wavelength of 680 nm (6.8 e - 7 m)
An electromagnetic wave in a vacuum has a wavelength of 0.07m. What is its frequency?
Use Plank's constant to solve the following. What is the amount of energy carried by a photon that has a frequency of 5.71 e 14 Hz.
Infrared rays have a shorter wavelength than
A photon is emitted from an atom with an energy of 4.25 e -19 J. What is the wavelength of the photon?
For an electron in an atom to change from the ground state to an excited state,
A student records the following electron configuration for the element Arsenic: 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 4d10 4p3. Is this correct? Why or why not?
The statement that no two electrons in the same atom can have the same four quantum numbers is a restatement of:
Oxygen has an electron configuration of 1s2 2s2 2p4, how many unpaired electrons does oxygen have?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the alimentary canal?
Which structure is not apart of the female reproductive system?
Which organ system of the human body is responsible for secreting hormones that influence bone development and growth?
What is the function of the endocrine system?
An egg travels through a passageway called the__________________ before entering uterus
The female sex cell is called
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