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100

3x, 7, .5y and 7xyz are examples of these.

What are TERMS?

100

The element with an atomic number of 10.

What is Neon?

100

The year British colonists first arrived in Jamestown, Virginia.

What is 1607?

100

"I", "me", and "we" are all examples of ______.


What is first person point of view?

100

 These can be used to help readers clarify the meaning of an unfamiliar word, and may include synonyms and antonyms.

What are context clues?

200

Numbers that do not repeat or terminate.

What are IRRATIONAL NUMBERS?

200

The 4th planet from the sun.

What is Mars?

200

This event occurred on March 5, 1770 and was propagandized by Paul Revere's engraving.

What is the Boston Massacre? 

200

The main character in a literary work is known as ______.

What is the protagonist?

200

This movement was led by Fredrick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beacher Stowe (and others) and fought to bring an end to slavery.

What is abolitionist? 

300

This is a U shaped graph with a Minimum or a Maximum.

What is a PARABOLA?

300

The color of stars that are the “coolest.”

What is red?

300

This battle was a major turning point of the Revolutionary War and convinced the French to side with the Americans.

What is the Battle of Saratoga?

300

This sentence clearly identifies the claim and reasons for an argument.  It is found at the end of the introduction paragraph.

What is a thesis statement?

300

The moon when it's more than half. 

What is gibbous moon?

400

This is the longest side of a right triangle.

What is the HYPOTENUSE?

400

The tendency for an object to resist a change in motion.

What is inertia?

400

The opening of this mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island marks the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in America. 

What is Slater Mill?

400

This technique keeps the reader guessing what will happen next.  Author's often intentionally create this feeling of tension and curiosity in their readers.

What is suspense?

400

This term is used to describe the idea that America was meant to expand and is used to justify westward expansion. 

What is manifest destiny? 

500

This number is a perfect square as well as a perfect cube.

What is 64?

500

The name of the divergent boundary between the North American and Eurasion plates.

What is the Mid-Atlantic Ridge?

500

Both the Declaration of Independence and Constitution have this, which serves as an introduction to set the purpose of the document. 

What is Preamble? 

500

"Analogy", "Direct Address", "Juxtaposition", and "Rhetorical Question" are all examples of ______ devices.

What is rhetorical?

500

This is the formula for the volume of a cylinder.

What is V= pi times r2  times height?

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