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Grade 6 Planetary Motion
Grade 10 Roman Empire
Grade 11 Christianity
A "circular letter" is?
  1. A letter read by various people seated in a circle
  2. A letter written on round piece of paper
  3. A letter written in a circular fashion around the paper to use the most space
  4. A letter written to many people with the same name
  5. A letter intended to be read and passed on among many groups
Grade 5 STEM Words
Choose the correct spelling.
  1. circular
  2. circuler
  3. circulor
Grade 9 Planetary Motion
What is the shape of a planet's orbit?
  1. circular
  2. irregular
  3. elliptical
Grade 6 Context Clues
circular movements; whirl:
  1. askew
  2. gyrations
  3. malicious
  4. animosity
Grade 10 Microbiology
Grade 10 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
A small circular piece of DNA is a
  1. nucleotide.
  2. plasmid.
  3. genetic drift.
  4. recombinant DNA.
Grade 4 Defining Words
Circular frames that turn on an axle
  1. wheels
  2. frozen
  3. think
  4. asks
Grade 4 STEM Words
Round; the shape of a circle:
  1. circlear
  2. circluar
  3. circular
  4. circlelike
Continuing Education Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
What are circular muscles called?
  1. orbicularis oris
  2. orbicularis oculi
  3. sphincters
  4. fascicles
Grade 9 Forces and Motion
Which of the following best describes why objects can move in a circular path?
  1. The inertia of the objects pushes them along the circular path.
  2. A centripetal force pushes them toward the center of the circular path.
  3. The momentum of the objects pushes them along the circular path.
  4. A conduction force pushes them along the circular path.
Grade 5 Atmosphere
A circular pattern of updrafts, downdrafts, and wind is
  1. a weather pattern.
  2. a convection cell.
  3. the Coriolis effect.
  4. an isobar.
Grade 3 Three Dimensional Shapes
A cylinder and cone are shown.
Cylinder 2Cone
Which statement is true about the cylinder and cone?
  1. The cylinder has more circular faces than the cone.
  2. The cone has more circular faces than the cylinder.
  3. The cone and cylinder have the same number of circular faces.
Grade 10 Three Dimensional Shapes
Which is NOT a polyhedron?
  1. pyramid
  2. cube
  3. prism
  4. circular cone
Grade 8 Waves and Sound
Grade 5 Oceanography and Hydrology
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