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  1. __________ is an art movement and style of painting where artists try to paint glimpses of their subjects showing the effects of sunlight on objects at different times of day.
  2. A piece of music played between two other larger sections or parts is called what?
  3. What are the properly ordered steps for the Order of Operations?
  4. What are two characteristics of an acid?
  5. Identify the first thing one needs to find to determine the sum of 4/5 and 3/4.
  6. The _________ period primarily focuses on ordinary people and activities, or genre scenes.
  7. What is the Italian musical term used to mean "very fast"?
  8. Who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for making a speech against World War I?
  9. Who created the first periodic table of elements?
  10. What is the name for manufacturing products specifically designed to go out of style?
  11. Name the cell part found in the nucleus that carries inherited or genetic traits.
  12. From which Latin root do we derive the words effect and affect?
  13. How do you determine the product of 108 and 104? What is the product?
  14. Who was the first to say that matter and energy are not gained or lost in a chemical reaction?
  15. Female Impressionist artist, Mary___________, liked to use women and children as her subject matter in her paintings.
  16. What was Hitler's lightning war against Poland in 1940 called?
  17. Name two German actions that resulted in the US entering World War I on the side of the Allies?
  18. In 1925 Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryant argued a famous court case concerning the teaching of evolution. Name that case.
  19. A musical interval of eight tones is called what?
  20. Who developed a model of the atom with electron shells?
  21. What is the absolute value of -88?
  22. Jean Honoré ____________ was a well-known Rococo artist who painted The Swing.
  23. The oboe is part of which family of instruments?
  24. Give the element name for each of these symbols: Cu, Fe, K, Na, and P.
  25. Express .00213 using scientific notation.
  26. Who created the Share-the-Wealth program as a way to raise the United States out of the Great Depression?
  27. What is the sum of the measures of the angles of a triangle?
  28. Express the number 213 using scientific notation.
  29. Why was Cyrano afraid to tell Roxanne of his love for her?
  30. What is the sum of complementary angles?
  31. How is the gerund "singing" used in the following sentence? (As a subject, direct object, indirect object, or object of the preposition?) "The teacher did not appreciate my singing."
  32. The Realist artist that depicted two men breaking rocks on the side of the road in The Stone Breakers was Gustave ____________.
  33. Using variables identify the Pythagorean theorem.
  34. What was the deep economic downturn lasting from 1929 to 1940 called?
  35. What does "persona non grata" mean?
  36. What was the term for the five-state area, including Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas, that lost much of their farmland?
  37. A passage added to the final section of a music piece to give a feeling of ending is called what?
  38. What is an interval?
  39. _________ is a style based on the curves of plant forms, used primarily in architectural detailing.
  40. Name the formula for the area of a circle.
  41. What is the Italian musical term used to indicate a gradual increase in volume?
  42. The __________ period's characteristics include the dramatic use of light and shade, turbulent compositions, and vivid emotional expression.
  43. What is the common name for NaCl?
  44. Name the type of bond that forms between two metals where the electrons are shared and free to move.
  45. What is an obtuse angle?
  46. What does the Greek root demos mean?
  47. What sentence of symbols explains what happens in a chemical reaction?
  48. If a writer uses information that is not general knowledge in a research paper and fails to cite this information, what error has the writer committed?
  49. What does a foot of iamb sound like?
  50. What is distinctive about haploid cells?
  51. Name the type of chemical bond that forms between a metal and a non-metal where electrons are transferred.
  52. In the poem written by Edgar Allan Poe, what is the name of the maiden that lived many and many a year ago in a kingdom by the sea?
  53. Name two characteristics of bases.
  54. What are the names of the two kinds of cell division?
  55. In 1899 Secretary of State John Hay called for all nations to have equal access to trade and investment in China. What was this policy called?
  56. The ____________ period is a reaction against Baroque and Rococo, with the revival of classical forms and subjects, and a belief in high moral purpose in art.
  57. This freedom fighter had already set up a government in the Philippines when the US annexed the islands.
  58. Which part of the following sentence is an appositive? "Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court Justice, also worked on the Brown v. Board of Education anti-segregation case."
  59. _________ is an art movement and style that showed a greater concern for expression, structure, and form than Impressionist artists.
  60. In Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl, Anne's saying that the children in the neighborhood are so dirty you would hate to touch them with a barge pole is an example of what literary device?
  61. When dividing fractions you multiply the first fraction by the _______________ of the second.
  62. Calculate the perimeter and the area of a rectangle that has sides 3 meters and 7 meters?
  63. Name the formula for the circumference of a circle.
  64. Spell occasionally
  65. What do we call the movement of African Americans northward between 1915 and 1930?
  66. In the following sentence, give the words that make up the subordinate clause. "Although I really wanted to go to the play, I was required to attend an important meeting."
  67. In "The Tell-Tale Heart," why does the murderer confess?
  68. An American Realist artist who was a master watercolor painter, and who tended to depict landscapes with the theme of man versus nature is Winslow ____________.
  69. The German's Schlieffen Plan called for the invasion of what country by going through Belgium?
  70. Name the type of chemical bond that forms between two non-metals where electrons are shared.
  71. Simplify this exponent: 1470.
  72. What is a substance that helps speed up a reaction but is not used up?
  73. In which family of elements does each element have a stable outer electron shell?
  74. TheCall of the Wildby Jack London is told primarily through the eyes of a dog named Buck. What is the literary term used to describe attributing human qualities, emotions, and behavior to animals?
  75. Post-Impressionist artist Georges _________used pointillism in his piece, Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.
  76. What scientist's experiments with peas led to the science of genetics?
  77. Who was the first person to fly nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean?
  78. During World War I, what killed 600,000 Americans and 20 million people worldwide?
  79. What was ironic about the ending of "The Necklace" in that the couple went through years of hardship to purchase a diamond necklace to replace the one they had borrowed from their friend?
  80. The Baroque artist known for his Greek nickname and who painted View of Toledo was ______________.
  81. In a neutralization reaction, what two compounds are formed?
  82. What kind of reaction is the rusting of iron?
  83. What was Teddy Roosevelt's famous saying concerning American imperialism?
  84. What do we call the artistic flowering of African American culture in the 1920s?
  85. What does "quid pro quo" mean?
  86. Which is lower in pitch? Baritone or bass.
  87. What is the infinitive phrase in the following sentence? "My mom agreed to give me a ride to the game."
  88. _________ is a system of painting using tiny dots or "points" of color.
  89. Although he didn't lead the Russian Revolution, who was the Bolshevik leader who took credit for the revolution and ruthlessly deposed all opposition to his political philosophy?
  90. Name Jacques Louis David's famous Neoclassical painting which depicts a Roman legend that praises patriotism over love.
  91. Spell analysis
  92. What was Dr. Jekyll trying to do when he created Mr. Hyde?
  93. Where is the Kremlin?
  94. Is the following sentence a simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex sentence? "Unfortunately, I have the flu, and because I need to get well soon, I won't even think about going back to school yet."
  95. Name the three main subatomic particles of an atom and give the charge of each.
  96. At what meeting did the ally leaders decide how to handle post-World War II Germany?
  97. The spaces on the treble clef staff correspond to which letters?
  98. The __________ period's characteristics include a decorative and "pretty" nature, with soft pastel colors and playful subject matter.
  99. What does the Italian musical term prestissimo mean?
  100. What was the night when Nazis vandalized and burned down Jewish synagogues and businesses called?
  1. a Moscow
  2. b 88
  3. c Area = ∏r2 (Pi times the square of the radius)
  4. d Covalent bond
  5. e Open Door Policy
  6. f 2∏r (2 Pi times the radius) or ∏d (Pi times the diameter)
  7. g Coda
  8. h Despite his bravery in other areas, he was afraid that he would be rejected, that he was too ugly to love.
  9. i F A C E
  10. j El Greco
  11. k Table salt
  12. l Separate the good and evil in man
  13. m Post-Impressionism
  14. n a2 + b2 = c2
  15. o O-c-c-a-s-i-o-n-a-l-l-y
  16. p Fragonard
  17. q Baroque
  18. r Something given or received in exchange for something else.
  19. s Facio
  20. t Woodwind
  21. u Realism
  22. v Reciprocal
  23. w Harlem Renaissance
  24. x France
  25. y Hyperbole
  26. z Chemical equation
  27. aa An oxidation-reduction reaction
  28. ab The Sinking of the Lusitania and The Zimmerman Note
  29. ac Although I really wanted to go to the play
  30. ad An octave
  31. ae A-n-a-l-y-s-i-s
  32. af As fast as you can go
  33. ag Find the common denominator.
  34. ah Gregor Mendel
  35. ai People
  36. aj Perimeter = 20 meters; Area = 21 square meters
  37. ak The Great Migration
  38. al Anthropomorphism
  39. am Scopes Trial (Scopes Monkey Trial)
  40. an Annabel Lee
  41. ao Blitzkrieg
  42. ap DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
  43. aq The borrowed necklace turned out to be a fake.
  44. ar Potsdam Conference
  45. as They have half the chromosomes of regular diploid cells.
  46. at The Great Depression
  47. au An unacceptable or unwelcome person.
  48. av Impressionism
  49. aw Protons (positive); Neutrons (neutral/no charge); Electrons (negative)
  50. ax Influenza (flu)
  51. ay Huey Long
  52. az Bass
  53. ba It defines the difference between two pitches.
  54. bb Neoclassical
  55. bc Sour taste, ph less than 7, corrosive to metals, turn litmus red, proton (H+) donors, form hydrogen ions (H+) in water
  56. bd A salt and water.
  57. be "Speak softly and carry a big stick."
  58. bf "Oath of the Horatii"
  59. bg Plagiarism
  60. bh Niels Bohr
  61. bi This is a compound-complex sentence. (Two independent clauses, one dependent or subordinate clause.)
  62. bj An interlude
  63. bk The Dust Bowl
  64. bl 2.13 x 102
  65. bm 180˚
  66. bn Rococo
  67. bo Lavoisier
  68. bp Add the exponents; the product is 1012.
  69. bq Pointillism
  70. br Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Add, Subtract
  71. bs Bitter taste, feel slimy, ph greater than 7, turn litmus blue, proton (H+) acceptors, form hydroxide (OH-) ions in water
  72. bt An angle greater than 90˚ and less than 180˚.
  73. bu Planned obsolescence
  74. bv Ionic bond
  75. bw Seurat
  76. bx 2.13 x 10-3
  77. by The first African American Supreme Court Justice
  78. bz Noble Gases
  79. ca Cassatt
  80. cb Direct object
  81. cc Eugene Debs
  82. cd Courbet
  83. ce 1
  84. cf 90˚
  85. cg Art Nouveau
  86. ch Crescendo
  87. ci Charles Lindbergh
  88. cj Metallic bond
  89. ck Emilio Aguinaldo
  90. cl Copper, Iron, Potassium, Sodium, and Phosphorus
  91. cm Presto
  92. cn Kristallnacht
  93. co Dimitri Mendeleev
  94. cp Mitosis and meiosis
  95. cq He hears the loud pounding of the heart, which symbolizes his conscience, and he assumes the detectives hear it also.
  96. cr Iamb: unstressed-stressed (or breve-stress)
  97. cs Homer
  98. ct To give
  99. cu A catalyst
  100. cv Lenin