week 12 vocabulary

Term Definition
Imminent (adj) ready to take place
Jibe (v) to shift suddenly and forcibly from one side to another
Jingoistic (n) extremely chauvinism or nationalism marked especially by a belligerent foreign policy
Jollity (n) the quality or state of being jolly
Momentous (adj) importent, consequential
Monotonous (adj) tediously uniform or unvarying
Perpetuity (n) the quality or state of continuing forever or occuring continually
Pertinacity (adj) adhering resolutely to an opinion, purpose, or design
Putative (adj) commonly accepted or supposed
Ramification (n) consequence, outgrowth

Lab Safety Rules 6th grade science

Question Answer
Always work with safety __________ whenever you are working with chemicals or other substances that might get into your eyes. goggles
Never reach across a __________. flame
Immediately notify your teacher if any __________ gets on your skin or clothing to find out what to do to clean it off. chemical
Never look directly at a test tube when mixing or ___________ chemicals. heating
Always point a test tube __________ from you and others when heating it over a flame or other heat source. away
Never __________ a chemical directly from the container. Wave your hand over the opening of the container and ___________ the fumes toward you nose. smell; waft
Never __________ a chemical unless you are instructed by your teacher to do so. taste
Always clean up your work area and __________ after an experiment is completed. __________ must be returned to its proper place. equipment; equipment
Read and follow all __________ exactly as they are written, If in doubt, ask your teacher for help. directions
Never mix chemicals or perform tests without your teacher's __________. permission
Never run (or push someone else) in the __________ . lab
Keep __________ on bottles and containers when not in use. lids
Never use broken or chipped __________ . glassware
Keep your work area clean and keep all materials (clothing, hair, papers, etc.) away from a flame or __________ __________. heat source
Always clean up your work area and equipment after an experiment is completed. Equipment must be returned to its __________ __________ . proper place
Immediately notify your teacher if you get __________ or have another __________ when performing an experiment. cut; injury
__________ __________ __________ before and after each experiment. Wash your hands

Fixing your credit

Term Definition
Credit risk How likely or unlikely you are to pay back money loaned to you.
Debt Money you owe.
Identity theft When someone steals your private information, like your date of birth and Social Security number, and uses it to make unauthorized purchases.
Installment loan Loan with equal number of payments of the same amount over a fixed period of time.
interest rate The percentage of a loan amount you pay in order to borrow the money.
Credit score our credit score is a numerical rating of your credit-worthiness (how likely you are to pay off your debts).
Credit report A credit report is a record that details a person's credit history.
FICO FICO is an acronym for the Fair Isaac Corporation, the company that developed the FICO score, which is the most commonly used credit score in the United States.
Credit history Credit history is a record of a person's borrowing and repayment activity.
Credit Bureaus Credit bureaus, also called credit agencies or credit reporting agencies, are companies that collect credit information about individuals.

Chapter 7 Guide

Question Answer
What are charitable aid organizations that helped immigrants cope with problems? Benevolent Societies
What tried to impose literacy tests on all immigrants? The immigration restriction league, they did it to see if they would be able to comprehend different languages.
What helped the creation of suburbs? It helped with population growth, mass transit.
What made up the middle class in the late 1800's? Five jobs that made up the middle class were accounting, store clerks, engineers, salespeople, and managers.
What made city life worse for the poor? Housing limitations, which brought up the prices on rent.
What were the goals of the Social Gospel? They wanted to apply christian religious principles.
What laws required parents to send their children to school? Compulsory education laws, they had no government support.
What is Yellow Journalism? Sensationalistic journalism
What sport in the Victorian era encouraged women to participate? Basketball
Were there any immigrants deported? If so, Why? Yes, if they had criminal backgrounds, health problems, or contagious diseases.
Were there any government assistant programs set up for the poor in the late 1800's? No

Unit 1 and 2

Term Definition
Alternate keys executes commands with other keys
arrow keys moves the insertion point in direction indicated by the arrow on each key
Backspace delete the character to the left of the insertion point
Capslock capitalizes all letters when locked down
control key executes commands with other keys
Delete removes the character to the right of the insertion point
Enter/return causes the insertion point to move to the left margin and down to the line
Escape key closes a software menu or dialog box
function keys special keys located at the top of the keyboard ( f1, f2. f3 ect.) that are used alone or with the ctrl, alt, and shift keys to execute software data
Gross Words Per Minute the number standered words typed per minuet
Hard ware is the physical parts of a computer system such as a monitor, keyboard, and the hard drive
Home keys the keys where you place your fingers to begin typing, a s d f for the left hand and jkl for the right
keyboarding posture the correct seating position taught when developing typing skills
service keys special keys that allow you to use the computer to preform special functions
shift key makes capital letters and certain symbols when used with those keys
software programs and routes the control the functioning of a computer
space bar inserts space between words and sentences
tab key moves the insertion point to a present position
Word wrap causes text to move automatically to a new line when the current line is full
alignment The horizontal positioning of text (such as left, right, center, or justify
bold A print enchantment used to make characters appears darker than other text to add emphasis
bullets/numbering used to arrange items in a list with each item begging with a bullet or a number
cut/copy/paste a feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
font size determines the height of characters in units called points
font style the type of character format that determines the look or artistic style of the characters
font type the design and appearance of printed characters
footers text such as a tittle, page numbers, and dates printed at the bottom of a page
headers text such as a tittle, page numbers, and dates printed at the top of a page
indention's to move one or more line inwards from the margin
insertion mode an input mode in which the existing text moves to the right as new text is added
italics text that is slanted to the right
landscape orientation page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of a page
Print to make a hard copy of a document
Reveal/Show codes shows non-printing or formatting characters
spell check used to check spelling of a document after keying
page numbering method of arranging
portrait orientation page orientation in which data prints across the narrow portion of a page
line spacing the vertical distance between two lines of type
margins blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed text

Prefixessuffixesroot It’s not done yet and I want other people to edit this and make it better

Term Definition
A On not without
Ac/ad Motion towards addition to
Be On away
In Not
Inter Between among
Mal Bad
Mid Middle
Per Through completely
Post After
Uni Having more consisting of only one
-ac Pertaining to
Ancy The state of being
Antent One who performs
Er One who
Ess Female
Ible Can be done, Worthy of being , able to be, tending to, capacity for
Ious Full of
Tion The thing that is
Bibleo Book
Dem People
Speak say or talk Dict
Domin Master bUilding
Geo Earth soil global
Sol Alone
Able Can do
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When affixes are added to the beginning of words, they are called prefixes For example, the most common prefix is un-, which meant not or opposite of. Greek and Latin roots
Ful Full
Man Hand
Port Carry
Trans Across, change, through
Micro Small, Minute
Super Above, on top of, beyond,
Ent,ant An action, condition, Causing a specific action
Ty,ity State of, quality of
Ic Relating to, characterised by
Vac empty
Hom,homo Same
Ami Like, Love
Audi Hear
Beni Good
Cept Take, hold
Jur, jus Law
Mid Middle
Vit/viv Life
Be On/away
Dem Peoples
Grat Beloved , pleasing, dear, agreeable, grateful, thankful, please
Gram W Right draw record
know To understand
Mort Death
Test Witness or see
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Fudge Muck

Stack #2636332

Question Answer
asset A useful or valuable person or thing
unfathomable not capable of being fathomed
rivalry The act of competing or emulating
gingerly soft or carefully
sagely Wise through reflection
roguishly acting in a suspicious way
incredulous skeptical
nonchalantly comely
abiding Lasting for a long time
digested To assimilate mentally
sophisticated not in a natural pure or original state
aloofness distant indifferent at a distance
elite most skilled members of a group
resignedly patiently accepting in an unresistant way
ember a glowing fragment from a fire
apprehensive

Unit 1 & 2

Term Definition
Alternate key Executes commands with other key(s)
Arrow keys Moves the insertion point in the direction indicated by the arrow on each key
Backspace Deletes the character to the left of the insertion point
Caps lock Capitalizes all letters when locked down
Control key Executes commands with other key(s)
Delete Removes the character to the right of the insertion point
Enter/return Causes the insertion point to move to the right of the insertion point
Escape key Closes a software menu or dialog box
Function keys Special keys located at the of the keyboard (F1, F2, F3,etc) that are used alone or with the Ctrl, Alt, and Shift keys to execute software commands
Gross words a minute The number of standard words keyed in one minute
Hardware Is the physical parts of a computer system such as the monitor, keyboard, and the hard drive
Home keys The keys where you place tour fingers to begin keying; a s d g for the left hand and j k l ; for the right hand
Keyboarding posture The correct seating position taught when developing typing skills
Service keys Social keys that allow you to use the computer to perform specific functions
Shift keys Makes capital letters and certain symbols when used with those keys
Software Programs and routines that control the functioning of a computer
Space bar Inserts space between words and sentences
Tab key Moves the insertion point to a preset position
Word wrap Causes text to move automatically to a new line when the current line is full
Alignment The horizontal positioning of text (such as left, right, center, or justify)
Bold A print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other text to add emphasis
Bullets/ Numbering Used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or a number
Cut/ Copy/ Paste A feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
Font size Determines the height of characters in units called points
Font style The type of character format that determines the look or artistic style of the characters
Font type The design and appearance of printed characters
Footers Text such as title, page numbers, and dates printed at the top of a page
Headers Text such as title, page numbers, and printed at the top of a page
Indentations To move one or more lines inward from the margins
Insertion mode An input mode in which the existing text moves to the right as new text is added
Italics Text that is slanted to the right
Landscape orientation Page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
Line spacing The vertical distance between two lines of type
Margins Blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed text
Page numbering Method of arranging pages in numerical order
Portrait orientation Page orientation in which data prints across the narrower portion of a page
Print To make a hard copy of document
Reveal/ show codes Shows non-printing or formatting characters
Spell checking Used to check the spelling of a document after keying
Tab settings Allow you to line up text at a certain point
Typing mode Replaces existing text with new text as it is keyed
Underline A feature that underlines text as it is keyed

Science 7 Midterm

Question Answer
hypothesis a possible explanation for an observation that can be tested by scientific investigations
prediction a statement of what will happen next in a sequence of events
scientific law a rule that describes a pattern in nature
critical thinking comparing what you already know with information you are given in order to decide if you agree with it
dependent variable the factor a scientist observes or measures during an experiment
variable any factor that can have more than one value
oraganism something that has all the characteristics of life
cell the smallest unit of life
unicellular a living thing that is made up of only one cell
homeostasis an organism's ability to maintain steady internal conditions when outside conditions change
species a group of organisms that have similar traits and are able to produce fertile offspring
passive transport the movement of substances through a cell membrane without using the cell's energy
diffusion the movement of substances from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration
osmosis the diffusion of water molecules only through a membrane
active transport the movement to substances through a cell membrane using the cell's energy
endocytosis the process during which a cell takes in a substance by surrounding it with the cell membrane
exocytosis the process during which a cell's vesicles release their contents outside the cell
fermentation a reaction that eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells can use to obtain energy from food when oxygen levels are low
photsynthesis a series of chemical reactions that convert light energy, water, and carbon dioxide into the food energy molecule glucose, and give off oxygen
cell theory the theory that states that all living things are made of one or more cells, the cell is the smallest unit of life, and all new cells come from existing cells
molecule the smallest physical unit of an element
protien a long chain of amino
lipid a large macromolecule that does not dissolve in water, used for energy storage, communication, and has protective membranes
cell membrane a flexible covering that protects the inside of a cell from the environment
cell wall a stiff structure outside the cell membrane that protects a cell from attack by viruses and other harmful organisms
cytoplasm the liquid part of a cell inside the cell membrane; contains salts and other molecules
cytoskeleton a network of threadlikeproteins joined together that gives a cell its shape and helps it move
organelle membrane surrounded component of a eukaryotic cell with a specialized function
nucleus part of a eukaryotic cell that directs cell activity and contains genetic information stored in DNA
vacuoles organelles that store food, water, and waste material
cell cycle a cycle growth, development, and division that most cells in an organism go through
interphase the period during the cell cycle of a cell's growth and development
centromere a structure that holds sister chromotids together
daughter cell the two new cells that result from mitosis and cytokinesis
cytoplasm gel like substance that fills the cell
cell wall rigid structure that surrounds plant cell-give shape and support
cell membrane thin structure that surrounds a cell
tissue a group of similar types of cells that work together to carry out
organ a group of different tissues working together to perform a particular job
organ system a group of organs that work together and perform a specific task
integumentary system includes al the external vocerings of the body, including skin, nails, and hair