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Which is the correct spelling?
1. block
2. blocke
3. blok
Grade 12 Periodic Table and Elements
Actinides belong to the following type of elements:
1. s-block elements
2. d-block elements
3. f-block elements
4. p-block elements
What is the velocity of a child walking 14 blocks east in 30 minutes?
1. 28 blocks/hour
2. 28 blocks/hour, east
3. 14 blocks/minute
4. 14 blocks/minute, east
Mrs. B sets up two beakers that contain the same amount of water. She has two blocks of different materials that she labels "A" and "B." She places one block in each beaker. Block A sinks and Block B floats. Why?
1. Block A has a lower density than the water.
2. Block B has a higher density than Block A.
3. Block A has a higher density than the water.
4. Block A has a density equal to Block B.
Grade 7 Represent and Determine Probability CCSS: 7.SP.C.7, 7.SP.C.7a
None Volleyball
What's a block?
1. A set delivered behind the setter's back, which is subsequently hit by an attacker
2. Also "hitter" or "spiker." A player who attempts to hit a ball offensively with the purpose of terminating play in his or her team's favor
3. When a back row player attacks the ball by jumping from behind the 3m line before hitting the ball. If the back row player steps on or past the 3m line during take-off, the attack is illegal
4. A defensive play by one or more players meant to deflect a spiked ball back to the hitter's court. It may be a combination of one, two or three players jumping in front of the opposing spiker and contacting the spiked ball with the hands
Effective blocking is
1. meaningful.
2. functional.
3. artistic.
4. all of these.
blocking light:
1. flourish
2. opaque
3. ransack
4. texture
What is blocking?
1. A section of the script spoken by one person.
2. A direction to the director or actor written into the script.
3. Planned movement.
4. The story and its action.
The three types of pulleys systems are: Fixed, Movable and                 .
1. Block and Attack
2. Movable and Pull
3. Tackle and Sing
4. Block and Tackle