7th Grade
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Social Studies
7th Grade
7th Grade

Solve: -4x+3=11

Answer: -2


What causes seasons?

  1. The tilt of the earth

  2. The moon moving closer and further away from earth

  3. The rotation of the earth

  4. The sun going through hot and cool phases

Answer: 1. The tilt of the earth


Countries from which continent colonized Africa?



Correct any words that are used incorrectly: 

Jean-Paul Sarte won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1964, but he declined to except the award for personal reasons.

Answer: accept


According to John 14:9, Jesus said, “Anyone who has seen me has seen ______”

Answer: The Father


Solve the proportion:  40/x=64/16

Answer x=10


Which groups of animals are endotherms?

  1. Fish and amphibians

  2. Mammals and fish

  3. Mammals and birds

  4. Amphibians and reptiles

Answer: 3. Mammals and birds


Which mountain range can be found in North Africa?



Identify the main idea of the passage:

If you've ever shopped for produce in a U.S. grocery store, you've probably seen yams and sweet potatoes on display. Generally, the ones labeled "yams" have reddish skin and orange flesh, while the sweet potatoes have gold-colored skin and white flesh. Yet scientifically speaking, those yams aren't yams at all; they're really a variety of sweet potato. True yams are native to Asia and Africa and belong to their own family of plants. They have rough, bark-like brown skin and dry, starchy flesh. True yams are not often stocked in U.S. grocery stores. Sweet potatoes, on the other hand, belong to the morning glory family of plants and are widely grown in the United States. Unlike true yams, which are tubers, or underground stems, sweet potatoes are roots, like carrots.

A: True yams are grown in Asia and Africa and are not often sold in the U.S.

B: True yams are starchy tubers from Asia and Africa, while U.S. yams are a type of sweet potato. 

C: True yams are tubers, or stems, while yams sold in U.S. grocery stores are roots. 

Answer: B: True yams are starchy tubers from Asia and Africa, while U.S. yams are a type of sweet potato. 


Who did Jesus tell that whoever drinks the water he gives will never be thirsty again?

Answer: The woman at the well


Solve:  -82 - (-34) - 9 + 21

Answer: -36



    What are small, rocky or metallic, space objects that make it to Earth’s surface called?

  1. Comets

  2. Meteoroids

  3. Asteroids

  4. Meteorites

Answer: 4. Meteorites



Which river can be found in African Rainforest?

The Congo River


What figure of speech is used in the following text?

If you're going to become true dodgeballers, then you've got to learn the five d's of dodgeball: dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge!

—Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story

Answer: Alliteration


Which Pharisee came to see Jesus at night to ask him questions?

Answer: Nicodemus


Bob deposits $60,000 into a savings account that earns 6% interest.  The interest is not compounded.  How much will Bob have in total after 3 years?

Answer:  $70,800


Name the Jovian planets or gas giants.

Answer: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune


Which two goods are carried across the Sahara Desert?

A. Gold and Salt

B. Salt and Petroleum

C. Iron and Lumber

D. Salt and Spices


Label the rhyme scheme:

May is building her house. From the dust of things

She is making the songs and the flowers and the wings;

From October’s tossed and trodden gold

She is making the young year out of the old;

Yea! Out of winter’s flying sleet

She is making all the summer sweet,

And the brown leaves spurned of November’s feet

She is changing back again to spring’s. 



What one word describes what Jesus does for us as explained in Romans 12:2, 2 Corinthians 3:18, Acts 3:19, and 2 Corinthians 5:17?

Answer: Transformation or transform


Judith buys a mountain bike during a 70% off sale. If Judith pays $135, what was the original price?



What is the sense organ used by invertebrates to sense light?

  1. Eye

  2. Ocelli

  3. Spiracle

  4. Antennae

Answer: 2. Ocelli


Which two African countries are mentioned in the Bible?

Ethiopia and Egypt


Select the gerund from the sentence and identify its function (subject, direct object, or object of a preposition). 

Volunteering is an outstanding way to gain work experience and meet new people, and it builds confidence and self-esteem.

Answer: Volunteering-subject


What is the text for the following verse: “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined what God has prepared for those who love Him.” 

Answer: 1 Corinthians 2:9