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Grade 9 Study Skills and Strategies
Grade 9 Personal Finance
Grade 9 Personal Finance
When I record a deposit, I put the amount in this column.
  1. subtraction column
  2. addition column
  3. tax column
Grade 9 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
Match the first column with that of the second column.
__ The way organisms are spread out over an area A. population density
__ The number of organisms in a specified area B. Type III survivorship
__ Lions and other large mammals care for their young. The young of these organisms have a high survival rate. C. reproductive strategy
__ The way a species produces offspring and helps its offspring survive D. population dispersion
__ Fish, amphibians, and plants produce large numbers of young. The young of these organisms have a high death rate. E. type I survivorship
Grade 11 Technology
A 2 x 2 table includes
  1. 2 columns, 3 rows
  2. 2 rows, 2 columns
  3. 3 rows, 3 columns
  4. 2 columns, 4 rows
Grade 7 Periodic Table and Elements
How many rows and columns are on the Periodic Table of elements?
  1. 7 rows, 18 columns
  2. 7 rows, 20 columns
  3. 10 rows, 30 columns
  4. 9 rows, 19 columns
Grade 9 Business Technology
If you position the mouse pointer over the border of a column and double-click it,                                                        .
  1. the column width will adjust to 10.
  2. the column remains unchanged.
  3. the column will adjust to accommodate the widest entry.
  4. none of the above.
Grade 11 Oceanography and Hydrology
Match the terms in Column A with their corresponding description in Column B.
__ coral reef A. reef separated from a mainland or island shore by a deep lagoon
__ ribbon reef B. Communities of trees that grow in shallow marine waters
__ wetlands C. Areas where there is a gradual transition from land to water. Include swamps, tidal flats, lagoons and marshes.
__ anaerobic respiration D. Nursery community of flowering plants that live underwater.
__ barrier reef E. A sheet of living coral polyps which grow only a few millimeters a year. A reef composed of coral and the organic matter
__ detritivores F. Sloping part of the beach. The low and hide tides (internal zone)
__ grass community G. Long, narrow, somewhat winding reef, usually associated with an atoll lagoon.
__ sandy beach H. Community along the foreshore where large animals burrow into the sand
__ foreshore I. Bacteria and fungi that live in mud must carry out a cellular metabolism in which oxygen is not used.They use sulfate and release hydrogen sulfide. This leads to the characteristic "rotten egg" smell of the mud flats.
__ mangrove community J. Organisms that feed on detritus (decomposing organic matter)
Grade 12 Matrices CCSS: HSN-VM.C.8
For given matrices A and B, let [math]A \ B = M[/math], where M is a also a matrix. Which of the following correctly describes the dimensions of matrix M?
  1. Number of rows of A, number of columns of B.
  2. Number of rows of B, number of columns of A.
  3. Number of rows of A, number of columns of A.
  4. Number of rows of B, number of columns of B.
Grade 11 Tectonics
Match the term in Column A to the correct definition in Column B.
__ Convergent boundaries A. where two plates are moving apart
__ divergent boundaries B. where plates slide past each other
__ transform boundaries C. where two plates are colliding
Grade 4 Defining Words
A newspaper column is:
  1. a reporter
  2. a delivery route
  3. an article that appears regularly
  4. an advertisement that appears regularly
Grade 12 Word Processing
What are COLUMNS?
  1. Vertical blocks of text
  2. A spreadsheet containing three pages or worksheets
  3. The rectangles formed on a spreadsheet
  4. Horizontal blocks of text
Grade 9 Earth Science
Match the definitions in Column A with the correct vocabulary word in Column B.
__ in Earth Science, the layer of rock between Earth's crust and core A. carrying capacity
__ literally, the middle sphere; the strong, lower part of the mantle between the asthenosphere and the outer core B. ecosystem
__ a set of particles or interacting components considered to be a distinct physical entity for the purpose of study C. mantle
__ a mixture of gases that surrounds a planet, moon, or other celestial body D. geosphere
__ the portion of the Earth that is water E. hydrosphere
__ the mostly solid, rocky part of the Earth; extends from the center of the core to the surface of the crust F. food chain
__ the part of Earth where life exists; includes all of the living organisms on Earth G. biosphere
__ a community of organisms and their abiotic environment H. atmosphere
__ the largest population that an environment can support at ant given time I. food web
__ a diagram that shows the feeding relationships among organisms in an ecosystem J. system
__ the sequence in which organisms consume other organisms is represented by a/an _________. K. mesosphere
Grade 3 Atmosphere
Match the description in the first column with the correct word in the second column.
__ The sun, water, and air decide the ________. A. evaporation
__ Wind that is moving is called ________. B. gases
__ When the air cannot hold any more water, then the _________ falls. C. snowflakes
__ Water being drawn up into the air is ________. D. six
__ Carbon dioxide and oxygen are teo of the _______ in the air. E. weather
__ A snowflake has _____ points. F. rain
__ God does not make any two _______ alike. G. air
Grade 11 Oceanography and Hydrology
Match the term in the first column with its meaning in the second column.
__ Chondrichthyes A. Pigment containing or pigment producing cell that colors the skin
__ Baleen B. The bony flap that serves as a gill cover on fishes
__ Endotherm C. Warm blooded.
__ Agnathan D. Cold blooded.
__ Cetaceans E. A class cartilage fish with well developed jaws.
__ Operculum F. Class of marine vertebrates that have no jaws or appendages
__ Chromatophores G. Marine mammals with a nearly hairless body, flippers, limps, and a notched tail
__ Ectotherm H. Flat flexible plates with frayed edges in two rows used to trap food found in the jaws of toothless whales
Grade 11 Oceanography and Hydrology
Match the term in the first column with its meaning in the second column.
__ Phytoplankton A. Heterotrophic or detritivorous microscopic invertebrate animals that drift in the water.
__ Dinoflagellate B. Dinoflagellates found in fresh and marine waters with two flagella often cause red tide
__ Gonyaulax C. Algae that grow on the sediment at the bottom of a body of water
__ Red tide D. Animal phylum with exoskeletons, often covered with spines and radical symmetry (sea stars, urchins, cucumbers, and sand dollars.)
__ Benthic algae E. Group of autotrophic protista found in the ocean that move using a whiplike projection
__ Echinodermata F. Tiny autotrophic organisms that float in the ocean and serve as the foundation of the marine food chain.
__ Haloplankton G. Small aquatic animals that form moss-like or branching colonies
__ Zooplankton H. Organisms that spend their entire lives as plankton.
__ Gastropod I. Mollusks with a single coiled shell, muscular foot, and eyes and feelers (snail, limpets, slugs)
__ Bryozoans J. Common name for such a phenomenon where certain phytoplankton "bloom" such that the water appears to be color red. Most often not harmful.
Grade 3 English Language Arts
Match the contraction in the column on the left with the expanded form in the column on the right.
__ Didn't A. Did not
__ Couldn't B. Could not
__ Can't C. We have
__ They'll D. Cannot
__ They're E. They will
__ We've F. They are
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