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COMBINING FORMS

1) ADEN/O : GLAND
2) ARTHR/O : JOINT
3) BI/O : LIFE
4) CARCIN/O : CANCER,CANCEROUS
5) CARDI/O : HEART

Created on January 03, 2012
# of questions: 32

Test

1) Test front : Test back

Created on January 03, 2012
# of questions: 1

math Quiz

1) http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/43/Timba%2B1.jpg/220px-Timba%2B1.jpg : dog , monkey,racoon,bird

Created on December 18, 2011
# of questions: 1

WG test 4 review
Europe tst review
1) Relative Location of Europe : Land hemisphere centered in France
2) Maximum efficiency for contact with the rest of the world : Relative Location of Europe
3) Every part of ____ is close _____ : Europe, to the sea
4) Relative Location of Europe- _______ waterways : Navigable
5) Devolution definition : The process whereby regions within a state demand and gain political strength and growing autonomy at the expense of the central government.

Created on December 14, 2011
# of questions: 116

WG test 4 review
Europe tst review
1) Relative Location of Europe : Land hemisphere centered in France
2) Maximum efficiency for contact with the rest of the world : Relative Location of Europe
3) Every part of ____ is close _____ : Europe, to the sea
4) Relative Location of Europe- _______ waterways : Navigable
5) Devolution definition : The process whereby regions within a state demand and gain political strength and growing autonomy at the expense of the central government.

Created on December 14, 2011
# of questions: 8

Cultural Geography quiz

1) Monte Alban [MON-tay ahl-BAHN], once a center of Zapotec culture, is located in Oaxaca [wuh-HA-kuh], one of the southernmost states in what country? : Mexico
2) Bengali is the official language of a densely populated Asian country in which over 70 percent of the population lives in rural areas. Name this country. : Bangladesh
3) Although Arabic is the official language, French is often used for economic activities in a country dominated by the Atlas Mountains. Name this country. : Egypt
4) There are more than 150 ethnic groups living within the borders of a large country that borders both the Pacific and Arctic Oceans, but not the Atlantic. Name this country : India
5) More than 75 percent of the population practices both Shinto and Buddhist traditions in what Asian country where trains are a common form of long-distance travel? : Pakistan

Created on December 13, 2011
# of questions: 10

American History Quiz

1) The _______ are the first ten ammendments to the U.S. Constitution. : Bill of Rights
2) The _______ War was fought in the U.S. between the northern and southern states. : Civil
3) The Fourth of July was _______. : The day George Washington was born
4) The _______ was the fort in Texas where a group of Americans fought a large Mexican force in 1836. : Stonewall
5) The assassin of Abraham Lincoln was _______. : John Wilkes Booth

Created on December 13, 2011
# of questions: 10

Literature Quiz
Quiz on authors of various titles
1) Who wrote: "Reader, I married him."? : Jane Austen
2) In which work do you read: "Reader, I married him."? : Jane Eyre
3) Who wrote: "Things fall apart; the center cannot hold."? : William Butler Yeats
4) In which work do you read: "Things fall apart; the center cannot hold."? : The Canturbury Tales
5) Who wrote: "Beauty is truth, truth beauty."? : John Keats

Created on December 13, 2011
# of questions: 10

Law Quiz
Intermediate concepts of law
1) In what kinds of societies are laws usually written down formally? : small-scale societies
2) Which of the following statements about law is true? : It is not uncommon for some laws to be confusing for the members of the society in which they exist.
3) Juries around the world commonly are expected to reflect the judgment of _________________ . : a reasonable man
4) The term "positive sanction" refers to ____________________ . : The concept of ownership in which an owner of property has the right to keep it whether or not it is being used or actively possessed
5) An informal negative sanction is _________________________ . : An unofficial, non-governmental punishment for violations of social norms

Created on December 13, 2011
# of questions: 10

Military Science quiz
Concepts in Military science
1) Until this time, and even after the Franco-Prussian War military science continued to be divided between the formal thinking of officers brought up in the "shadow" of Napoleonic Wars : False
2) The United States Marine Crops principles of war are defined in the U.S.Your Answer: United States armed forces : False
3) Military science is also used to establish enemy capability as part of Technical intelligence : False
4) Military science is the means by which military personnel obtain military technology, Weapon, equipment and training to satisfactorily provide military capability as required by the national defence policy to achieve specific strategic goals. : False
5) Fascinatingly the man who probably understood Clausewitz better than most, Marshal Foch would initially participate in events that nearly destroyed the Milan : False

Created on December 13, 2011
# of questions: 10

Frac, Dec, Per and Prob Quiz
This quiz is for Fractions, Percentages, Decimals and Probability
1) What do you do to calculate the percentage of profit or loss? : Actual profit/ loss over original amount
2) How do you find a perentage of something? : Add by top and divide by bottom x100
3) How can you make sure your tests are accurate? : Times by 100
4) a)0.3= 3/10b)0.2= 1/5c)0.8= 8/10 Can you cancel you answer down? (for c) : No;0.8= 8/10 End of sum.

Created on December 12, 2011
# of questions: 4

Military Science quiz
Concepts in Military science
1) Until this time, and even after the Franco-Prussian War military science continued to be divided between the formal thinking of officers brought up in the "shadow" of Napoleonic Wars : True
2) The United States Marine Crops principles of war are defined in the U.S.Your Answer: United States armed forces : True
3) Military science is also used to establish enemy capability as part of Technical intelligence : True
4) Military science is the means by which military personnel obtain military technology, Weapon, equipment and training to satisfactorily provide military capability as required by the national defence policy to achieve specific strategic goals. : True
5) Fascinatingly the man who probably understood Clausewitz better than most, Marshal Foch would initially participate in events that nearly destroyed the Milan : True

Created on December 12, 2011
# of questions: 10

Life science quiz
Focuses on the basic concepts of life science
1) The human heart contains three kinds of tissue. The heart is : a tissue
2) The plant organ in which photosynthesis usually takes place is the : leaf
3) During cellular respiration, cells produce a waste product called : sugar
4) A cell that requires large amounts of energy to do its job would probably contain many mitochondria : True
5) What is a producer? : Animal

Created on December 12, 2011
# of questions: 10

Law
Intermediate concepts of law
1) In what kinds of societies are laws usually written down formally? : small-scale societies
2) Which of the following statements about law is true? : It is not uncommon for some laws to be confusing for the members of the society in which they exist.
3) Juries around the world commonly are expected to reflect the judgment of _________________ . : a reasonable man
4) The term "positive sanction" refers to ____________________ . : The concept of ownership in which an owner of property has the right to keep it whether or not it is being used or actively possessed
5) An informal negative sanction is _________________________ . : An unofficial, non-governmental punishment for violations of social norms

Created on December 12, 2011
# of questions: 10

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