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Which two systems are primarily responsible for regulating the chemical reactions in the human body?
The kidneys and the lungs work together to
Which structure is not apart of the male reproductive system?
How does the digestive system work with the urinary system?
3x - 3 = 15
2n + 5 = 11
21 = -3 + 8p
7e + 2 = 9
22 = 10k + 2
8 = 2v + 2
17 = 4x - 3
15 = 6 - 3r
3h + 1 = 10
11 = 2c - 3
Water cycles constantly throughout our earth system. Part of the water cycle involves the storage of water. Which of the following is NOT a form of water storage?
In what two ways can water move from the land to the atmosphere?
The movement of rainwater into and out of the ground is called...
Which of the following best describes the flow of water in Earth's sy - stem?
Which of the following best describes the balance of the water cycle on Earth?
Which of the following is true of streamflow?
What is the correct term for smaller streams that flow into larger streams?
The curves in a stream that broaden out to create valleys are called...
Which of the following is the best example of a temporary base level?
Where is the velocity of a stream highest?
Mandy bought 2 shirts for $7.99 each and a skirt for $12.99 at Marian's Store. How much did the clothes cost? What inforrmation is NOT necessary to solve this problem?
The school sells one pint of milk for $0.75. If 68% of the students buy milk, how many pints of milk does the school need? What other information is needed to solve this problem?
Hector is buying 3 hip-hop CDs for $14.99 each including tax. He has $50.00. How much change will he receive? What information is NOT necessary in solving this problem?
John drove 5.5 miles to work, 7.2 mile to the gym, and 0.9 miles to school. How many gallons of gas were used by John's vehicle? What other information is needed?
There are 83 students who know how to ride a bike. What is the average number of bike riders per class? What other information is needed to solve the problem?
Howard cut an 80-meter rope into pieces. How long is each piece if they are all the same length? What other information is needed to solve this problem?
Bart hit 2 singels, 1 double, and 1 home run at his baseball game. He also made 5 catches. How many hits did Bart get at his baseball game? What information is unnecessary?
Jillian bought a skirt that was 25% off the original price. How much did she save? What other information is needed to solve this problem?
Mrs. Johnson needs 105 tiles to tile her bathroom floor. What was the total cost of the tile? What other information is needed to solve this problem?
Tim's softball team had 23 wins in 2002, 22 wins in 2004, and 18 wins in 2005. How many winds did Tim's softball team have from 2002 to 2005? What other information is needed?
The purpose of a classification facility is to:
A suspect who is awaiting questioning is usually held in:
Inmates who are awaiting trial, recently convicted, or serving short-term (1 yr. or less) sentences are placed in:
If an inmate spends 23.5 hours a day in his cell, he is probably in a _________________ facility.
In which of the following facilities would inmates most likely live in dorms or barracks?
In which type of facility are inmates allowed to leave for work or study purposes?
One difference between jails and lock ups is:
Which of the following most accurately explains the rate of execution of death row inmates in America over the past 60 years?
Which of the following is not a possible reason for the high suicide rates in jails?
Which of the following types of crimes makes up the largest percentage of crime committed in America?
Which of the following questions is true concerning incarceration rates in America?
How does the incarceration rate of the U.S. compare to other countries?
The majority of state inmates are:
What is one difference between state and federal inmates?
About what percent of state inmates do not have a high school diploma?
Which of the following assumptions can be made about state inmates?
A jail design in which guards constantly walked the “catwalk” to keep an eye on prisoners was known as a:
What was a major component of 2nd generation jails?
Research suggests that one type of jail model reduces contraband, poor inmate behavior, destruction of property, assaults, suicides, violence, and escapes. Which type of jail
What type of crime is auto theft?
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Carl notices the last two lines of text in cell B4 are not showing up in his spreadsheet. How could Carl format the cell to correct this proble?
What command do you use to apply a background color to cells in a worksheet?
Which quick-number style button formats numbers to display as currency in the worksheet?
Carl notices that the data in cell E4 reads #####. What command could Carl choose to correct this problem?
Kenyon would like to apply the Title format to the data in Row 1 of a spreadsheet. Which formatting style should he select?
On the home ribbon, what do you use to change the font size of characters in a cell?
Which command do you use to reduce the margin between the border and the text in an indented cell?
Which command on the home ribbon joins selected cells into one and centers that content into a larger single cell?
Katheryn needs the title in cell A1 to align horizontally across cells A1 through D1. Which alignment option should she select?
Trey would like to outline the cell range A1:F20. Which formatting style should he select?
Which set of formatting choices includes a set of colors, fonts, and effects that you can apply to a worksheet?
Which command on the home ribbon do you use to remove cells, rows, or columns from a worksheet or a table?
Which term describes the blank portions of a page that fall outside the main body of the printed document?
Which command on the home ribbon do you use to format row height and column width, organize sheets, and protect or hide cells in a worksheet?
Which command on the Page Layout ribbon enables a user to mark where a new page will begin on the printed copy?
What is the role of the coloured rings in the resistors?
What are resistors used for?
What are potentiometers?
Give an example of a common use of a pontiometer
What is the meaning of LDR?
What is the principal role of the thermistor?
What does the capacitor?
Choose an example of a capacitor
What can you find in a diode?
What is a common use of a transistor?
the basic building blocks of living organisms; all living things are made up of _____________.
made of only one cell; can carry out all basic life processes (move, find food, grow, reproduce) ex: bacteria, amoeba
a living thing made of one or more cells; cells have different jobs
allows oxygen to enter the body and carbon dioxide to exit; nose, mouth, trachea, lungs, the diaphragm
Breaks down food you eat to get energy; mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine
transports gases throughout your body; (AKA cardiovascular) heart, arteries, veins
bones; protects organs, supports body
smooth (organs) , cardiac (heart) and skeletal (attached to bones)
controls all body systems; brain, spinal cord, nerves;
a quality or characteristic of a living thing
a characteristic a living thing gets from its parents (ex: eye color, height, dimples)
a characteristic that a living thing develops after it is born (ex: speaking, reading, scars)
ecosystems that have the same characteristics, normally determined by how close they are to the equator
biome with a 4 equal seasons, leaves fall of trees
biome that stays the same temperature year round, closest to the equator; lot of precipitation
biome that has lots of grasses but very few trees
biome that is very dry and does not have a lot of precipitation or bodies of water
biome that is the furthest north; very cold most of the year, but has a short summer. Layer of permafrost beneath the soil
biome that has coniferous trees, forest that is the furthest away from the equator and therefore is the coldest
aquatic ecosystem with brackish water (a mixture of fresh and saltwater)
oceans and salt marshes; water is salty
lakes, ponds, river, streams; water contains no salt
The Supreme Court vetoes laws.
The beginning of the Constitution is called the Preamble.
Amendments are changes to the Constitution.
An inauguration is an official ceremony to make someone President.
If the President vetoes a bill, it is dead and can never be made into a law.
Which branch makes the laws?
Which branch studies the laws to make sure they are Constitutional?
The President is the head of this branch.
Congress is another name for this branch.
The branch is able to veto a bill
This branch has 9 members and has no limits to the members' term.
What are the first 10 amendments called?
The first Constitution of the newly independent US was called ________________?
The Legislative Branch includes the House of Representatives and _________________________?
The Judicial Branch includes the ____________________?
A _____________________ is a government in which the people have the power to make political decisions.
The number of people in this part of Congress depends on the population of the state.
The First Amendment grants all citizens the right to say what they believe in, which is called the freedom of ____________?
Personal freedoms and rights are protected by the _____________________.
Th nation's permanent capital is ______________.
What factor controls how strongly winds blow?
Why do winds spin around high pressure and low pressure systems?
A barometric trend on a weather station model that reads +32 means
The air behind a warm front is
When air is lifted orographically, the windward side of the mountain closest to the ocean will be
A cP air mass has
Air masses are defined according to
An air pressure of 1006.4mb on a weather station model would be written
Which layer of the atmosphere has the ozone layer?
Which layer of the atmosphere has all of Earth's weather?
Hugo is stronger than Manuel.
I have as many classes as you.
Veronica is the most courageous.
Andorra is extremely small.
Gerardo is shorter than Gabriel.
She has the best car.
Juana is younger than Delia.
I am the oldest.
Spanish is uber cool.
They eat as much as 10 elephants.
Estoy estornudando y me pican los ojos.
Me duele todo de mi cuerpo y también tengo fiebre y escalofríos.
Estoy tosiendo y estornudando mucho. También tengo moqueo nasal.
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What type of animal is used to detect cancer?
What is a double-blind trial?
How does this animal detect cancer?
Which of the following are needed to further our research on detecting cheimcal odor in cancer?
Scientists have figured out the specific chemicals in cancer and are now able to build machines to detect cancer.
Chemicals produced in cancer and other dieases are different from healthy bodies. These chemicals produce an odor which allows the dog to detect the disease.
Different types of cancer have their own unique chemical odor.
What is the advantage of using a dog in detecting cancer?
How accurate were the dogs in detecting cancer in the Pine Street Foundation Research?
In addition to detecting cancer, what else are dogs used for?
All of the following are examples of how the Cold War was fought except:
Ho Chi Minh was a
All of the following are reasons why the Soviet Union fell except:
Prior to the 1980’s, the emphasis of the Five-Year Plans in the Soviet Union was on heavy industry. One result was the
Which is generally a characteristic of a communist economy?
One reason the Soviet Union formed the Warsaw Pact was to
Which statement best describes most Eastern European countries immediately after World War II? They
In the Soviet Union, a negative aspect of the Cold War Era was the
The Soviet Union’s reaction to the 1968 revolt in Czechoslovakia was to
United States involvement in the Vietnam War and the Soviet Union’s involvement in Afghanistan were motivated mainly by a desire to
What type of food is essential to fight against cancer?
Broccoli contains sulforaphane which boosts the body's protective enzymes and flushes out cancer-causing chemicals.
What are the six cancer-fighting superfoods?
What is the best way to receive all the nutrients from a tomatoe?
What kind of beans can reduce color cancer in rats?
How many servings of these 6 cancer-fighting superfoods do you need per day?
Women who have a large amount of garlic in their diet are 50 percent more likely to lower their chances of certain colon cancer.
Eating a whole glove of garlic is the best way to receive the best nutrients.
Walnuts are essential to block estrogen receptors in which kind of cancer?
Which type of berries are best at slowing the growth of premalignant cells and keep new blood vessels from forming?
This branch makes the laws
This branch enfores the laws
What makes up Congress?
How many House of Representatives members are there?
What branch holds the veto power?
How many Senators per state are there?
Which branch has the power to declare war?
How many Supreme Court Justices are there?
How many House of Reresentatives members from Tennessee are there?
Which branch has the power to print and coin money?
What type of nutrients does plant-based foods have?
The body does not digest fiber. Fiber helps keep the digestive system clean and healthy.
What types of food contain fiber?
Eating large amounts of fat have been linked to higher rates of cancer.
What type of meat cooking method causes carcinogenic (cancer agents) compounds in the body?
Which of the following fat increases your chance of cancer?
A high diet consisting of fruits and vegetables can lower your risk of cancer.
Spices such as garlic, ginger, curry powder, and rosemary may also help lower your chances of cancer.
Fats that help decrease your risk of cancer include:
Which of the following would be the BEST nutrient meal for fighting against cancer:
During the Cold War Era, many Asian and African nations followed a policy of nonalignment because they
“We believe in nonaggression and noninterference by one country in the affairs of another and the growth of tolerance between them and the capacity for peaceful coexistence. Nehru
Which is a major reason Cuban and Nicaraguan revolutionary movements were attracted to communism?
The main reason the United Nations sent troops to Korea in 1950 was to
-Berlin Blockade (1948-1949), Premier Khrushchev’s visit to the United States (1959), Cuban missile crisis (1962), Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963)
From the perspective of the North Vietnamese, the war in Vietnam in the 1960’s was a battle between
Which headline concerning the Soviet Union refers to a Cold War event?
In the Soviet Union, Vladimir Lenin’s New Economic Policy (NEP) and Mikhail Gorbachev’s policy of Perestroika both sought to
During the 1980’s in the Soviet Union, a major element of the economic policy of Perestroika was
Events in the former Yugoslavia during the 1990s reflect a nationalist trend of
In both former Yugoslavia and the former Soviet Union, the desire for self-determination is resulting in increased
The destruction of the Berlin Wall in 1989 is symbolic of the
In the 1990’s under the leadership of Boris Yeltsin, Russia attempted to become
During the late 1980’s, the Soviet Union experienced internal unrest mainly as a result of
During the presidency of Mikhail Gorbachev, which problem faced the Soviet Union?
One result of the collapse of the Soviet Union has been that
The initial reaction of the Russian government to the fighting that broke out in Chechnya in the 1990’s demonstrated that Russia
“Cuba today is a land of impossible contradictions, a utopia with beggars, a so-called puppet still dancing after the puppet master’s death.”
The events that led to the overthrow of Czar Nicholas II in 1917 and to the forced resignation of Mikhail Gorbachev in 1991 show that
The Holocaust in Europe and the actions of Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge in Kampuchea (Cambodia) were similar in that they were examples of
A government in which citizens rule through elected representatives is called a
What was America's first constitution called?
A period when economic activity slows and unemployment increases is called
Called for a two-house legislature
Called for a one house congress
Two house legislature with a House of Representatives and a Senate
Each slave would be counted as 3/5 a person for both taxation and representation.
The division of powers between the national government and the states is a
What is NOT one of the 3 branches of government?
The job of the legislative branch is to
Who make up the Legislative branch?
What is the job of the Executive branch?
Who makes up the Executive branch?
What is the job of the Judicial branch?
Who makes up the Judicial branch?
Who was the first president of the United States?
With which did Congress establish a federal court system?
The amount the government owes
Which was NOT part of Hamilton's Plan to pay off debt?
What are the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
What was the armed protest over Hamilton's taxes known as
Which view was NOT held by Federalists?
Which view was NOT held by Republicans?
Who became the second president of the United States?
Crisis with France
Which law gave the president the power to deport aliens?
Which law made it a crime to speak, write, or publish statements against the government?
Required electors to vote for the president and vice president on separate ballots.
The Supreme Court reviewing and ruling on acts of other branches of government is called
Which case set up judicial review?
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Many of the Caribbean Islands are actually what?
True or False? About half of Mexico lies North of the Tropic of Cancer.
The driest areas of Mexico are located where?
True or False? The higher in elevation you go the cooler the temperature gets, even in tropical climates.
True or False? Not all of Central American is located in the Tropical Zone.
What brings heavy rainfall to the eastern side of mountains in Central America?
What types of forests would you expect to find in Central America?
Which of the Antilles is divided into a group that faces the winds and a group that is protected from the winds?
This spins around the nucleus of an atom
Using PV=nRT... How would you solve for moles?
Two rocks were placed next to each other; one was removed from a freezer, the other from a hot oven. How does the heat flow?
Water acts like an acid when....
You will have the most CO2 in soda when...
As the temperature goes up...
As the volume goes down....
Exothermic means...
Calculate the pH of a solution with 3.0 x 10-3 M H+ ions
How would you calculate the overall heat of a reaction?
Supersaturated Solutions are...
Unsaturated Solutions are...
Redox Reactions involve
q = mc∆T
A precipitate...
Balance the Following Equation.... Fe + Cl2 = FeCl3
CuSO4*5H2O = CuSO4 + H2O
Using this equation, identify the INcorrect molar ratios: 4 NH3 (g) + 5 O2 (g) -- 4 NO (g) + 6 H2O (g)
The products of an acid/base reaction are always
Gatorade is full of...
_______ ihr morgen kommen?
Thomas _____, wie alt er ist
Mein Lehrer ________ oft über seine Familie.
Das Kleid_______ Andrea sehr gut.
Die Jungen _________ aus der Schule kommen.
Ich _________ nach Hause gehen.
Wir lesen ______ Buch.
Hast du ________ Kuli?
Wir holen ________ Video.
Wir treffen heute _______ Freunde.
Franz geht __________ nach Hause.
Ein Tag hat 24 ______________.
Ich habe 23 _____________
Die Hauptstadt von Österreich ist ________
Die Hauptstadt von Spanien ist __________
Germans often like to eat Pommes Frite with
Germans usually eat their main meal at_____
liquid water is heated by the sun’s energy and changes from a liquid to a gas
water evaporating from the leaves of plants
water vapor cools and turns into liquid water, forming a cloud
clouds get too heavy and water falls to the ground as rain, sleet, or snow
the condition of the atmosphere at a certain time and place
warm current in the Atlantic Ocean that moves both and keeps the weather along the coast mild
measures wind speed
measures air pressure
the boundary where polar air masses meet tropical air masses; it can move north and south and effect the air temperature above and below it
low, sheetlike gray clouds that bring rain sometimes; fog
puffy, fair-weather clouds
large thunderhead clouds; storm cloud
wispy, high-level clouds that happen when there is fair weather but rain is approaching
a large body of air with nearly the same temperature and humidity throughout
where two air masses meet
cold air mass meets warm air mass, bringing storms and a drop in temperature
warm air mass meets a cold air mass and rises over it. Often brings rain, stratus clouds and an increase in temperature
unusual warming of surface water in the Pacific Ocean
warm air rises and cold air sinks; causing wind
winds that cause the weather in the US to move from west to the east
Garrett is sending his presentation to the national FBLA office and wants to ensure its integrity. What feature should he to add to his presentation?
Garrett wants to secure his PowerPoint so that he is the only one that can make changes to it. What feature could he use that requires a security code to open or edit the presentation?
Holly wants to send a PowerPoint presentation to a group of people in an email. How would she send it?
Mrs. Thomas, FBLA state adviser, wants to remove hidden properties and personal information in a PowerPoint she is sending. Which feature should she use?
What appears on a slide to indicate there is a note or remark about the slide and the initials of the person who made the note?
Holly created a membership presentation in the most current version of PowerPoint. She wants to make sure that all features of her presentation will be visible in older versions of the software. Which feature would she use?
Owen wants to approve and ensure the integrity of his presentation. Which feature of PowerPoint should he use to assure viewers that his PowerPoint is authentic?
Owen wants to secure his presentation so that no one can make changes to it. What feature could he use that requires a security code to open or edit the presentation?
When saving a presentation that will be exported to Microsoft Word 2010, which file type should be selected?
Owen wants to look for hidden properties and personal information in a presentation that he created. Which feature would he use?
The Three branches of government are
A Republic is a type of government in which
The division of power between state and national government is known as
Which document is the first plan of government for a newly formed United States
A document used for organizing and operating a government
Delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 agreed to the 3/5ths compromise as a way to
The Preamble of the United States Constitution says that the power to govern originates with the
Which statement illustrates the system of checks and balances at work?
Delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 wrote a new constitution because
By which process can the United States Constitution be changed?
At the Constitutional Convention, the Great Compromise settled the dispute over
Land Surrounded on threes side by water is called...
Where were the Maya and Aztec Empires located?
The Longhouse was a type of dwelling used by the
Many anthropologists believe that people from Asia crossed a land bridge to North America to
One way in which the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas were similar is that they
According to many anthropologists, a land bridge during the Ice Age allowed migration between which two continents?
Which situation provides the best evidence that the Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) adapted to their physical environment?
What is the primary method archaeologists use to study history?
Which adaptation to the environment is illustrated by the Iroquois use of the Longhouse
Angie is calculating her average sales for the past four months. If she uses =Average(b1:b4), this is an example of which type of entry?
Which group on the Formulas Ribbon contains the command that checks for common errors found in a formula?
What is a prewritten formula that is built into Microsoft Excel called?
Which of the following are valid Excel functions?
Trey would like to apply a rule to the data in a cell range a1:f20 that will highlight numbers greater than 50,000 with a yellow fill color and dark yellow text. Which formatting style should he select?
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A pioneer's way of traveling
French leader
A guide and interpreter to Lewis and Clark
The size of the United States doubled with
After 18 months, Lewis and Clark reached
Who lead the exploration of the Louisiana Territory?
Killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1804
The War of 1812 was ended by the
Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner?
Fought this battle after the War of 1812 was over.
Received backing of their home states rather than that of the national party
This is what Jackson supporters called the Adams-Clay bargain
By 1828, the Republican party had divided into two parties. What are they?
The right to vote
By 1840, ____________ voted in the United States.
Introduced by Edmund Randolph
Introduced by Roger Sherman
Introduced by William Patterson
Based on population
Equal Representation
The outermost layer of the Earth on which we live is called what?
What is the name of the layer of the Earth that is mostly molten iron and nickel?
Which layer of the Earth is made of solid iron and nickel?
The lithosphere consists of the upper mantle and which other layer?
Which layer is responsible for driving plate motion?
The asthenosphere is part of which layer of the Earth?
The hottest layer of the Earth is which one?
Which layer of the Earth is the coolest?
What is the thickes layer of the Earth?
Magma rises from where to fuel volcanoes?
What is a word that means the opposite?
What are two words that are combined with an apostrophe?
What is a word that means the same or nearly the same as another word?
What is a math process like addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division called?
What is the number you get when you add two or more numbers together?
What is the amount by which one number is less or more than another number?
What is a thought, a plan, or an opinion?
What is the explanation of the meaning of a word or phrase?
What is a math problem where one set of numbers or values is equal to another set?
What word means not the same?
Where is the oral cavity in the body?
What organs make digestive juices?
Write this problem in expanded form with exponents: two hundred fifty thousand, seven hundred twenty
What does 90+80=?
What is the product of 100 x 90?
What is the product of 50 x 4?
70 + 5=?
What number represents 60,000 as 6 X 10 to the 4th power?
100 is also known as
What is the product of 30 x 30?
What is the thickest layer of the earth?
What is a chant for area?
What is the water cycle?
How do you write 222,222 in expanded form?
What number is in the millions place? 528,822,428
What is a simile?
Which phrase is alliteration?
What is the product? 24x12=
Which of the answers below is 1/2 of a dollar?
What system are the lungs in?
Why was the Seven Years War significant toward the United States declaring their independence
Why was the Great Compromise so Great ?
What is another name for the checks and balances that separate the powers among the branches of the federal government?
After the American Revolution the colonists were faced with creating a new government. What was the main difference between the Federalists and the Anti-federalists?
What was the main reason to adding a Bill of Rights to the U.S. Constitution?
Which was the outcome of Marbury v. Madison?
7. Under popular sovereignty, who could decide whether slavery was permitted in a new territory?
Which of the following most accurately describes the outcome of the Dred Scott Decision?
This was the main difference between the economies of the North and the South.
The passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments after the Civil War were directed toward
What is an atom made of?
What is the best form of alliteration?
How many sides does an undecagon have?
What usually starts the water cycle?
What is the area chant?
What type of muscle is the heart?
How many organs make digestive juices?
Which chamber of the heart is on the top right side?
How many teeth does a person have as an adult?
What landform is dry and has cacti?
What kind of graph shows data over time?
How many ounces are in a pound?
5 pts + 1 c = how many cups?
35 fl. oz. = _____ c and _____fl. oz.
Which polygon has nine sides?
What is another name for a ninety degree angle?
Which fraction is improper?
What unit is used to measure liquid?
What graph would best display percentages?
How many years are in a decade?
What unit of measurement would you use to measure a bowling ball?
What is an exact location in space?
What figure is a three sided equilateral?
What is the range of 92,72, and 43?
What is the product for 51x30?
What is the best way to measure three gallons of water?
What does a whale weigh?
There are _ feet in a yard?
4,004 divied by 2 is?
What is 6x4?
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The Coriolis effect causes objects moving in the northern hemisphere to veer off course
Winds generally move across the United States
A system of four currents completing a flow circuit around the periphery of an ocean basin is collectively called
The immediate source of most of the energy for ocean currents is:
During an El Nino event,
The main force driving thermohaline circulation is
The distance measured from trough to trough of a wave is
The period of wind waves is usually expressed in
Which of the followings statements applies to resources from the sea?
All of the following resources are recovered from seawater except:
The best fishing grounds are located
What accounts for most of the total value of world trade transported by sea?
The only marine energy source being successfully exploited on a large scale is:
The most dangerous threat to the marine environment, overall, is probably
The ozone layer is important because
If hope exists for solution to environmental problems, it lies in
About what percentage of Earth's surface is covered by water?
The world ocean
The best explanation for the failure to find all sunken ships is that
Earth is about
Life on Earth most probably evolved
What is the name of the outermost solid layer of Earth?
The youngest seafloor rocks are found:
Which of the following statements does not correctly describe subduction zones?
The mid-ocean ridges are recognized as:
The sediments that covers the greatest area of seabed
The most abundant sediment in the ocean
Generated in place, on the spot where we find them
Desktop Publishing Application
An excel file
Spreadsheet Application
What is displayed by the record in Datasheet view when subdatasheets are available
What field prevents duplicate records in a table?
Which application would be best to generate forms, queries, and reports from the data it stores?
Which is clicked to expand the window to fill the screen?
Which is not an input device?
Which key is pushed to move the insertion point to the beginning of a line of text?
Formatting Text in a different font changes the
The intersection of a row and a column in a table
Which of the following is an example of a cell reference?
Pressing ctrl + ~
Term that describes duplication of data
Placing records in a specified order
Modifying the data in an existing record
Which type of query modifies or updates records?
The arrangement of text and images on a slide is called
Markings made on a slide during a slide show
Which key is used to zoom into a selected object?
The _____________________ along a fish's body detects sound vibrations
Bony fish maintain neutral buoyancy with their ________________________.
The general term that describe marine animals that swim is
Fast-moving fish species that live in open water are referred to as
Why is the coelacanth an important fish to scientist?
What class describes sharks, skates, and rays?
What special receptors does the shark have for detecting prey?
What are the fins located on the side of the fish called?
What is another name for the tail fin?
What is the scientific name for cold-blooded?
Fish have an ____________________ circulatory system
Fish have a _________________ digestive system
The chordates are animals that contain a notochord, gill slits, and a
All are examples of primitive chordates except the
Which fish is least related to the others?
Which of the following structure is not present in all fish species?
A fish breathes by
Which of the following is a cartilaginous fish?
Which of the following is a jawless fish?
Birds can regulate their body temperature; they are _______________
When the US outlawed alcohol...
British leaders used a _____________ policy to avoid war with Germany. (19)
Who was known for his anti-Semitism (15)
Bodies of the dead piled up at Auschwitz due to: (20)
To pacify or calm. (21)
What helped Europe recover from ruins of WWII?
Hitlers was given __________ in exchange, he promised to stop expanding Germany. (31)
US atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and (23)
US policy during WWII to separate themselves from war. (27)
Who was Dorie Miller?
______________ were usually established in the poor sections of a city, where most of the Jews from the city and surrounding areas were subsequently forced to reside. Often surrounded by barbed wire or walls, and usually sealed off. (39)
._________ was one major cause of the Great Depression.(40)
Children in Nazi Germany... (30)
US gave $13 billion to Western Europe to help them rebuild after WWII. (44)
France too over Vietnam during __________.(43)
What country benefited from the war in Korea?
__________ causing Britain and France to declare war on Germany.(26)
What does inflation mean? (24)
In order to protect children during the Battle of Britain: (25)
Why was the Home Guard called the Dad’s Army? (29)
Who colonized much of Latin America?
The landforms in Mexico include all of the below except for which of the below?
What does Mexico sit on that causes earthquakes and volcanos?
What lies between the Sierra Madre Occidental and the Sierra Madre Oriental?
The Mexican Plateau covers what percent of Mexico’s landmass?
Many of these frame the Southern edge of the Mexican Plateau.
What river creates a natural border between Mexico and the United States?
What is Central America?
What does Central America connect?
Because Central America lies on many tectonic plates is has many…
The Bahamas are an example of what?
The Caribbean Islands can be broken up into two groups. What are they?
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Alpha particles
The type of nuclear radiation that can penetrate farthest through matter is called
as beta particle ionize atoms, they
In E=mc2, c stands for
radon gas is produced
small radioactive sources that are present in smoke detectors release
which of the following occurs in the nucleus during alpha decay
what changes in the nucleus during nuclear decay by gamma rays
archaeologists use the half life of ____ to date organic materials
what holds protons and nuetrons together in a nucleus
In a stable nucleus, the attractive forces are ___ the repulsive forces
during fission, some of the nuclear mass is converted into
in nuclear fission ____losses in mass produce ______ amounts of energy
a nuclear chain reaction occurs when excess ____ collides with other nuclei
fusion produces ___ nuclei
which of the following is not a source of natural background radiation
a persons exposure to radiation can be affected by
which of the following is a advantage of nuclear energy as a power source?
which of the following is a diadvantage of nuclear energy as a power source?
the nuclear power used for electricity is produced by
whether or not a person develops radiation sickness depends on the ___ of the exposure to radiation
radioactive materials have unstable
the process of nuclear change in an atom of radioactive material is called
in alpha decay, the mass of the atom before the decay
when a nucleus undergoes nuclear decay by gamma rays, the atomic number of the element
the attractive force between protons and neutrons in a nucleus caused by the strong nuclear force acts only
nuclei with too many or two few neutrons are
fusion occurs when nuclei
a fission chain reaction can be slowed by using material that will
background radiation can come from
the ideal location for a radioactive waster storage facility is one that is
which of the following is not a type of nuclear radiation
nuclear radiation refers to charged particles or energy emitted by an unstable
alpha particles are nuclei of
during beta decay, a nucleus
in radioactive decay, with each successive half life, half the remaining sample decays to form another
the process of the production of lighter nuclei from heavier nuclei is called
the opposite of fusion is called
nuclear radiation can help detect diseases with the use of
the particles that are released by the radioactive sources in smoke alarms carry a charge and produce
radioactive tracers are short lived
the use of nuclear reactors to generate electricity is
negatively charged, ejected from the nucleus at high speed
high energy, with no mass or charge
positively charged, composed of protons and neutrons
non ionizing, with mass but no charge
the process by which the sun produces energy
the minimum amount of a substance that can sustain a fission reaction
the splitting of a large nucleus into smaller nuclei, releasing neutrons and energy
the small amount of mass that is converted to energy when nuclei form
To ratify means to officially
The person who heads each department of the government is called
All of the officials together who head the different departments of government are the
Both the state government and the federal government have the power to
A group of people who share similar ideas about government is called a
Additions to the Constitution are called
It is __________ to amend the Constitution.
The Constitution ________ people\'s rights.
Who shares power in a federal system of government?
The Supreme Court has the power to
Country "A" has a government system in which power is held by one central authority. Which type of government system does Country "A" have?
What does a confederation include?
The government of Country "X" has a national government and several regional governments, each with some reserved powers and shared powers. What type of government would "X" be?
Which statement describes a federal form of government?
How is citizen participation determined in an autocracy?
How is citizen participation determined in an oligarchy?
In Country "Q," citizens are directly involved in the government through the use of elections. Also, there is a high amount of personal freedoms. This is an example of a(n):
In Country "K," citizens elect members of their legislature, and the members of the legislature choose the head of government. Which type of government does Country "K" possess?
Which form of government includes a system in which the president is constitutionally independent of the legislature?
The leader of a parliamentary system is often called the:
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The Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente were established in the decades just
Which statement describes a relationship between WWI and the Bolshevik Revolution?
The slogan peace, bread, land
The Bolshevik Revolution was a major turning point because
The Balkans were referred to as the powder keg of Europe
Lenin\'s promise of peace bread land was developed to
One of the major causes of the Russian Revolution of 1917 was the
Growing nationalism and militarism in Europe and the creation of secret alliances were
The Treaty of Versailles punished Germany by
One goal of the League of Nations was to
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One of the primary reasons that people are motivated to attend arena football games is the
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If the volume of a container of gas is reduced, what will happen to the pressure inside the container?
As the temperature of the gas in a balloon decreases, which of the following occurs?
Which of these changes would cause a decrease in the pressure of a contained gas?
Boyle's law states that the ____.
Charles's law states that the ____.
A gas occupies a volume of 2.4 L at 14.1 kPa. What volume will the gas occupy at 84.6 kPa?
A sample of gas occupies 17 mL at -112 C. Assuming the pressure is held constant, what volume does the sample occupy at 70 C?
What does the ideal gas law allow a scientist to calculate that the other gas laws do not?
The volume of a gas is 250 mL at 340.0 kPa pressure. What will the volume be when the pressure is reduced to 50.0 kPa, assuming the temperature remains constant?
The gaseous product of a reaction is collected in a 25.0-L container at 27C. The pressure in the container is 300.0 kPa and the gas has a mass of 96.0 g. How many moles of the gas are in the container?
What two dimensions of an inclined plane are needed to calculate its mechanical advantage?
Which of the following terms describes the distance between a screw's threads?
A pulley system is made up of two pulleys and four sections of rope that are acting on the load. What is the mechanical advantage of such a pulley system?
A wedge is really a type of what other simple machine?
Which simple machine helps a person by moving an object with less force, but forces that person to move the object an increased distance?
Which best describes a first class lever?
Which best describes a second class lever?
Which best describes a third class lever?
A wheel barrow is an example of which class of lever?
Tweezers are an example of which class of lever?
Es verdad que usted ________________(estudiar) para el examen.
Fue posible que los chicos _____________(llegar) temprano.
Espero que los estudiantes ________________(terminar) la tarea.
Quería que ella ___________________(irse).
No dudabas que yo ________________(jugar) al básquetbol todos los días.
Dudas que ella ________________(querer) vivir en Alexandria.
Mamá mandó que ellos le ________________(dar) un descuento.
Me alegro de que ellos te ____________________(decir) lo que pasó.
Es cierto que tú ____________________(estudiar) para los exámenes de AP.
Tú no hablarás hasta que los estudiantes _______________(entregar) las pruebas.
Ella siempre te saluda tan pronto como te_______________(ver) en la escuela.
Te presté el dinero en caso de que tu lo ____________________(querer).
Me recomendaste que yo _______________(leer) el cuento antes de llegar a la clase.
Mis padres me sugieren que yo ________________(estudiar) para el examen.
Usted nos habló antes de que la película __________________(empezar).
How can you tell that work has been done on an object?
Which of the following demonstrates forces that change the motion of an object?
What distinguishes energy from force and work
In order for an organism to move, which of the following energy transformations must happen in its cells
A man pushes a box with great force. the box does not move. What can you conclude?
Which of the following consumers is a herbivore?
What is energy?
Which of the following is NOT a form of Potential energy?
What energy transformation happens when you lift a box from the floor to a shelf
Which of these energy Conversions occurs when a deer runs through a forest
You are racing a cart down the hallway. If you go 10 meters in 5 seconds, what is your speed? (Remember speed equals distance divided by time.)
Ms. Parks can run 50 yards in 10 seconds and Ms. Briscoe can run 100 yards in 20 seconds. Who has a faster speed? (Remember speed equals distance divided by time.)
the force that pulls falling objects toward Earth is called
In Science a pull or a pull is called a(n)
A net force (an unbalanced force that changes motion) causes an object to
You are racing a mini car 144 miles in 12 hours what is the car's speed?
Amy uses 20N of force to push a lawnmower 10 meters. How much work is done?
Energy is measured in
All are examples of Potential energy EXCEPT for
What type of energy is stored in gasoline
Rogue waves are best described as:
Tsunami or seismic sea waves are generated by
When waves approach the shore, if the bottom is a steep slope,
Which body has the most profound influence on ocean tides?
A tide pattern of one high and one low each day describe a
The side of Earth facing the moon will experience a high tide, while the opposite side of Earth will have a
The present shorelines of the world are considered to be
An evolutionary advance that first appears in echinoderms was
Breaking in half and regenerating the other half is actually a reproductive mechanism of some member of the class
Swimming is a locomotion mechanisms for some
In echinoderms, water enters the water vascular system through the
Sea cucumbers feed by
The spiny skin for which echinoderms are named refers to the
The only living echinoderm that are fully sessile are the
What is an unusual characteristic about the sea horse?
What is the production of light from a living organism called?
What is spawning?
The flexible connective tissue found in sharks is ________________
The flap of tissue that covers the bony fish's gills is the ________________________.
Openings on a shark's head that aid in breathing are ______________________.
of organic origin; made by organisms
arrive in the ocean from continents via rivers
In volume and quantity, most marine sediments are associated with:
The wavelengths of light that penetrate deepest into the ocean are:
The densest seawater is the
The most pronounced thermoclines exists in:
The speed of sound in water is ____________ the speed of sound in air.
The term salinity refers to
Once an element or dissolved substance reaches the ocean,
We can determine salinity if we know
The salinity of the ocean, at the present time, seems to be
Seasons are caused by
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The volcanic landform that is formed when the more resistant volcanic pipe remains after most of the cone has been eroded is called a ____.
As the temperature of lava increases, ____.
Which of the following is true about cinder cones?
Highly explosive volcanoes tend to have what type of magma?
Pyroclastic flow:
The most violent volcanic eruptions are associated with what type of volcano?
The broad, slightly dome-shaped volcanoes of Hawaii are ____.
The Hawaiian Islands were formed when the Pacific Plate moved over ____.
Crater Lake in Oregon was produced when ____.
What type of lava flows?
Earthquakes are usually associated with ____.
Overall, which seismic waves are the most destructive?
A seismogram shows that P waves travel ____.
After a major earthquake, the ground tries to adjust itself, often creating smaller earthquakes. These are called:
Tsunamis are ____.
How much stronger is an earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale compared to one measuring 4.4?
Which is most dangerous place to be during a tsunami?
Long-range earthquake forecasts are based on the idea that earthquakes are ____.
Through which Earth layer are S waves NOT transmitted?
In areas where loose sediments are saturated with water, earthquakes can turn stable soil into a fluid like quicksand through a process called ____.
In the plate tectonic theory, a plate can be made up of ____.
The source of energy for plate tectonics is
Why are subduction zones not commonly found at convergent continental-continental boundaries?
A divergent boundary at two oceanic plates can result in ____.
The lithospheric plates move an average of ____.
One kind of evidence that supports Wegener's hypothesis is that ____.
How does the age of seafloor change the farther you go from the ocean ridge?
What kind of plate boundary occurs where two plates grind past each other without destroying or producing lithosphere?
The Himalayas in between India and South Asia are an example of what type of plate boundary?
Evidence about ancient climates indicates that ____.
What instrument records earthquake waves?
During an earthquake, the ground surface ____.
What is the minimum number of seismic stations that is needed to determine the location of an earthquake\'s epicenter?
An earthquake\'s epicenter is ____.
When an earthquake occurs, energy radiates in all directions from its source, which is called the ____.
Why do earthquakes often cause damaging fires?
The San Francisco earthquake of 1906 occurred along what fault?
Most of the active volcanoes on Earth are located in a belt known as the ____.
Volcanic island arcs like Japan are associated with what type of plate boundary?
The igneous activity in Yellowstone National Park, in the middle of our continent, is associated with what tectonic setting?
An animal that has a backbone is referred to as a
Camouflage can be defined as:
Mimicry is referred to as:
An example of the group \
an example of the \
An organism that would be part of the \
An example of an invertebrate would be
One of the main differences between reptiles and amphibians is that:
What part of the flower contains pollen?
Which parts make up the stamen (male part)?
Which parts make up the pistil (female part)?
Which is not a characteristic of a monocot?
Xylem carries
Which of these is a challenge that plants had to overcome in order to move on land?
Which of these use a cone to help with reproduction?
The stomata in a leaf
The cuticle
Organisms that make their own food are called
The products of photosynthesis are
The reactants of photosynthesis are
Photosynthesis happens in the
Chlorophyll appears green because it
What is a substance that absorbs light and produces a color called?
The light energy necessary for photosynthesis mainly comes from
The dark reactions (calvin cycle) of photosynthesis occur in the
The light reactions of photosynthesis occur in the
Which of these increases the rate of photosynthesis to a point and then drops off sharply?
A groove created by water moving down the same path?
Identify an example of a structure created by deposition
What is a layer of permeable rock that water flows through?
What forms as a result of the water table meeting Eart\'s surface?
What is the land area that runoff from a river or stream collects in?
Rocks or material that allow water to pass through are called...
Sediment that is deposited as water empties into an ocean or lake is called a...
The upper surface of the zone of saturation is called..
A hot spring that erupts periodically and shoots water and steam into the air is called a
Which scenario is most likely to create runoff
What are the products of cellular respiration?
What are the reactants of cellular respiration?
Cellular respiration takes place in what organelle?
Cellular respiration happens in
The energy molecule that is able to be used by the cell is
In order to release energy from ATP
An anaerobic process is different from an aerobic process because it does not happen in the presence of
Fermentation is an anaerobic process that produces
ATP, adenosine triphosphate, is made up of
The products for photosynthesis
Produces oxygen and glucose
Produces carbon dioxide, water, and ATP
Stores energy as glucose
Makes energy the cell can use
Done by yeast
Produces beer and wine
Used in the production of food products like yogurt
Produces 36 - 38 ATP
Produces 2 ATP
Happens in both plants and animals
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The kind of binding where staples are driven through the middle fold:
The thickness of a stroke is known as the _____ of the stroke.
A clipping _____ is used to clip other objects below it so that only those objects below it and within its boundaries are seen.
_____ is the space between lines of type. _____ is the space between two letters
Why are trim marks added to a document before printing?
What does the term bleed mean?
In Photoshop, how do you remove the background from an image?
I know how to convert images into CMYK?
I liked this class.
What word means read to be used or taken?
What word means specific or special?
What word means sharp and alert?
What word means working to discover something?
What word means to grow and develop over time
What does vary mean?
What does resemble mean?
What does unobserved mean?
What does ferocious mean?
What does contentment mean?
Leaf is to tree as petal is to
City is to state as state is to
child is to family as student is to
second is to minute as minute is to
corn is to cob as pea is to
classroom is to school as kitchen is to
Why do cougar kittens stay with there mother until about eighteen months?
What is the main topic of Cougars?
A cougars coat
Why is it difficult to tell individual cougars apart?
Puitans lived their lives based on
How long was a typical church servce?
What was the center of the Puritan's town?
What is a barter system?
Who were allowed to vote during town meetings?
What was the name of the document that listed the rights of all free colonists?
All of the following were jobs of women except
Schools were important because everyone needed to learn how to
What is the name of a piece of paper attached to a paddle-shaped frame showing the alphabet?
The Puritans founded what college?
To help organize and identify Microsoft Excel files by providing details about the files which of the following would you use?
David wants to key the numbers 1 to 1000 in column A of his spreadsheet. What command should he use to complete this task?
In Excel which feature makes an exact replica of teh cell data and format while keeping the original cell intact?
Which command on the home ribbon allows data to be moved from one worksheet location to another?
What is the name of the list of frequently used Excel commands available when a user right clicks an item in the worksheet?
John wants to print only the Inventory worksheet that he is currently working on in his workbook. Which option should he choose?
Joyce has updated the data in an existing spreadsheet. Which command would she select to preserve the data for future use?
Jennifer needs to identify the values in B for a statistics report. Which type of entry should she use in the column header?
John is creating a table that will include demographic information about her employees. What is each header in her table considered?
In an Excel worksheet, how do you change the width of a column so that the widest entry will fit?
Jim would like to print only the cell range A1:F20. What page setup option should he change?
John's workbooks includes 3 worksheets. Which option should he choose to print them?
When copying values in Excel which feature automatically adjusts cell references for the new copy location?
Gabriel needs to create a formula that does not change when it is copied to cell B2/. Which formula should he create?
Sandra is creating a formula to multiply the values in cells B4 and C4. Which formula should she use?
jennifer is calculating her GPA. If she uses =(a1+a2+a3+a4)/4, this is an example of which type of entry?
Sandra is creating a formula to subtract the values in cells B4 and C4. Which formula should she use?
Larkeysha has created a spreadsheet containing student grades. Which function would she use to return the current date in cell A1?
Where can you find the insert funticon button in Excel?
Amanda has created a spreadsheet containing test grades for the first nine weeks. Which function would she use to estimate the grade on her next test?
3x - 4 = 11
2x + 3 = 5x - 3x +7 -4
7x - 5 = 16
x + 12 = 8
2x + 4 = 5x - 2 - 3x
11x - 1 = 121
2x + 14 = 16
3x - 5 = 4 + x
5x + 3 = 2x + 15
4x + 2 = 26
Which hormone does the pancrease regulate
The chemical messengers of the endocrine system are known as:
The Schwann cell forms a myelin sheath around the
The neuron processes that normally receive incoming stimuli are called
The gastrocnemius and soleus muscles are found in the
The masseter muscle is found in the
Which of the following is considered to be the human “tailbone
Cervical vertebrae are smaller than lumbar vertebrae
The tanning effect (darkening of the skin) that occurs when a person is exposed to the sun is due to:
Which system covers the external surface of the body and manufactures vitamin D:
The system that picks up fluid leaked from blood vessels and returns it to the blood
Milky-colored fluid secreted from the prostate
The male gonads have both sperm-producing and testosterone-producing functions and are called:
In the carbonic acid-bicarbonate buffer system, strong acids are buffered by what?
The process by which a mature egg is ejected from the ovary is called
Chemical breakdown of ____ begins in the stomach
What is the voicebox commonly known as
Your high-school's basketball team went to the state championship game last year, but didn't even make the play-offs this year. This is an example of a(n) ____________ sport/event product.
A baseball game broadcast on the radio is an example of
The programs, hot dogs, drinks, and souvenirs that fans buy during a sporting event are part of the total sports
Over the years, Wrigley Field has earned a reputation as one of the best places to watch a Major League Baseball game. This is called brand
Most sport/event products are classified as
85% of a sport organization's season ticket holders live or work within two hours of the team's home playing field. In this situation, what factor motivates the season ticket holders' decision to buy?
Jacob started training for the Boston Marathon several months ago and was happy when he finished the marathon in record time. In this situation, Jacob was motivated to run in the marathon for personal growth, which resulted in a(n)
Sarah goes to an exercise class twice a week at a local gym. She takes the class to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to catch up with her friends. What motivates Sarah to attend the exercise class?
Mark enjoys taking his family to professional baseball games because of the memories he has of his dad taking him to games when he was a young boy. What factor motivates Mark to attend these sports events with his family?
Ryan loves baseball and plays year-round in several community leagues. He's very goal-oriented, focused, and is out to win every game. In this situation, Ryan participates in sports because he
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What document is a symbol of the first United States government?
Which branch of government has the most power?
The right of individuals to speak their views without restrictions is part of which amendment?
The right of accused persons not to be tried/accused twice for the same crime is known as what?
The ways in which one branch of government influences and limits the actions of the other branches are called ____________.
Which branch of government has the power to coin money, declare war and regulate trade between states and
ratify : accept :: veto : _____________________
justice : injustice :: freedom : _______
teacher : classroom :: judge : _______
legislative branch : House of Representatives :: judicial branch : _____________________
How are acrostic poems constructed?
What are ballads know for having?
Bio poem tell about?
ABC poems do what?
Concrete poems are most well-known for what?
What is special about an allegory?
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