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Colonial Games 8th with Strategies


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What is the term for the part of the scientific experiment that you use as a comparison? (constant; variable; control; dependent variable; independent variable)
What affects the density of any object or matieral? (size; shape; texture; what it is made of)
what it is made of
Convert 250 Heptaliters to centileters. (.0000250 CL; 25000 CL; 2500000 CL; 2.5 CL)
2500000 CL
What is the term for the measurement of the average kinetic energy of the particles in a material? (temperature; heat; specific heat; density)
What form of energy consists of KE and PE? (nuclear; chemical; mechanical; electrical)
Which of the following is not an example of KE? (a speeding race car; a snowball right before it hits your face; a bouncing ball, right at the top of its bounce, just before it starts to come down; an arrow heading towards a target)
a bouncing ball, right at the top of its bounce, just before it starts to come down
Increasing the surface area fo a sold _________. (slows the speed of dissolving ; has no effect on the speed of dissolving; increases the speed of dissolving; causes the solid to form ions)
increases the speed of dissolving
Which of the following is an example of a pure substance? (lemonade; soil; seawater; copper)
A solution that contains the maximum amount of the solute it can normally hold at a given temperature is ______. (dilute; unsaturated; supersaturated; saturated)
What piece of lab equipment measures weight? (scale; graduated cylinder; balance; watch glass)
Which of the following numbers is not in the solution to the inequality below? (-2; -1; 0; 1)
What is the x-intercept of the line below? (2; 5; 10; -10)
Which is ture given the linear equation below? (It has a positive slope; the x intercept is 3; the y intercept is 1; It passes through the point (-1, 2) 3x+4y=4
the y intercept is 1
Find the slope of the line passing through the points (2,3) and (2, -4). (-4; -1/4; 0; undefined)
Given the function below, find f (-7) (3; 13; 4; -15)
"But these other apartments were densely crowded, and in them beat feverishly the heart of life."The excerpt above is from which text? (The Catbird Seat; The Lottery; The Monkey's Paw; The Masque of the Red Death)
The Masque of the Red Death
At a hundred, he stared around him at the empty hillside, wondering if he should yell for help. He counted faster, faster to hurry them up ..." The excerpt above is from which text? (The Catbird Seat; Through the Tunnel; To Build a Fire; To Kill a Mockingbird)
Through the Tunnel
"A certain fear of death, dull and oppressive, came to him. This fear quickly became poignant as he realized that it was no longer a mere matter of freezing his fingers and toes ..." The excerpt above is from which text? (How to Build a Fire; Through the Tunnel; Marigolds; The Masque of the Red Death)
To Build a Fire
"[She] was in the center of a cleared space by now, and she held out her hands out desperately as the villagers moved in on her." The excerpt above is from which text? (The Lottery; Through the Tunnel; The Sniper; A Visit of Charity)
The Lottery
The child showed _____________ disregard for the rules by throwing a baseball at the school's window. (frivolous; wanton; devoid; churlish)
If anyone finds out that you copied your research paper from the internet, the ______________will be severe. (anguish; jurisdiction; indiscriminate; repercussions)
""Suppose I were to stay here forever," he thought, "in the dark, at the bottom of this pool?" (The excerpt above is from which text? (African Morning; A Christmas Memory; Throught the Tunnel; Marigolds)
African Morning
The scientist who stressed experimentation and observation as proper methodology in seeking scientific truth was: (Horatio Nelson; Francis Bacon; Baldasare Castiglione; Nicolaus Copernicus)
Francis Bacon
The artist who painted the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper was: (Niccolo Machiavelli; Raphael; Leonardo da Vinci; Francesco Petrarch)
Leonardo da Vinci
The German Monk who triggered the Protestant Reformation by tacking the 95 Theses on the door of his church was: (Ignatius of Loyola; Johann Gutenberg; Erasmus; Martin Luther)
Martini Luther
The son of Charles V who ruled Spain for 42 years and sent the Spanish Armada to invade England was: (Charles II; Alexander VI; Philip II; Henry IV)
Philip II
As chief minister to Louis XIII of France, he sought to destroy the power of the Huguenots and the nobles as potential threats to the monarchy: (Cardinal Richelieu; Jean Baptiste Colbert; Jacques Necker; Ignatius of Loyola)
Cardinal Richelieu
Who was the author of The Courtier, a book on how to win the favor of the king? (Niccolo Machiavelli; Erasmus; Miguel de Cervantes; Baldasare Castiglione)
Baldasare Castiglione
The Protestant reformer who believed in predestination and theocracy was: (Martin Luther; Theresa of Avila; John Calvin; Ignatius of Loyola)
John Calvin
The financial advisor to Louis XIV who advocated mercantilist policies that made France the richest nation in Europe was: (Cardinal Mazarin; Jean Baptiste Colbert; Jacques Benigne Bossuet; Jacques Necker)
Jean Baptiste Colbert
The "hero of two worlds" and the leader of the French National Guard was: (Maximillien Robespierre; Charles de Gaulle; Marquis de Lafayette; Baron de Montesqiue)"
Marquis de Lafayette