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Hamiltons Financial Plan
All 3 Parts.
1) Part 1: _____ . Hamilton wanted the U.S to _____ . Many _____ opposed the plan to ______. What was the agreement? : 1. Paying the Debt 2.Honor its Debts 3. Southerners, repay state debts 4. Agreement : Assumption of state debts.
2) Part 2: ______ . What did the debate focus on? What kinds of interpretation of the constitution were there? The bank was.... ______. : 1. Charter National Bank 2. the powers of the bank under the constitution 3. strict, or loose interpretation, 4. Chartered
3) Part 3: _____ . Hamilton wanted a ____ to ___ for the federal government and to protect U.S manufacturers from _____.... Southerners argued that tariff would _____ the ____ but _____ the ____.... Congress ______ it. : 1. High Tariff 2. High Tariff, Fund , Competition. 3. Help North, Hurt South 4. Rejected

Created on March 26, 2015
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9th Grade Bible Unit Test: New Testament
This is to study.
1) Who was the author of Acts? : Luke
2) Acts was addressed to : Theophilus
3) Acts was written in AD : 66 or 68
4) The theme verse for Acts is : 1:8
5) Acts is the only ____ book. : History

Created on March 26, 2015
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Washington Takes Office
Executive Branch, Judicial Branch, Hamilton's Financial Plan, And the Whiskey Rebellion.
1) What is the first job of the President and Congress : to put a working government in place.
2) Executive Branch Congress passed laws to set up what 3 executive departments? : State, Treasurer, War
3) Executive Branch Who did the president appoint to head each department? Who did he appoint to advise him on legal matters? : 1. A secretary 2. An Attorney General
4) Executive Branch Who was this group of people? : The Cabinet.
5) Judicial Branch What did the constitution call for? : A judiciary or a court system.

Created on March 26, 2015
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Test 2 Review

1) End of Seven Years' War : 1763
2) Beginning of French and Indian War : 1754
3) Treaty of Greenville (signing) : 1795
4) Treaty of Paris ( end of American Revolution) : 1783
5) British Surrender at Yorktown : 1781

Created on March 26, 2015
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Speech and Hearing Exam #2

1) Voicing : sound waves created by the rapid opening and closing of the vocal folds
2) Consonant Noise : creation of aperiodic sound waves by creating obstructions in the vocal tract
3) Quiet Breathing : chest cavity expands and contracts by action of thoracic cage and depression of diaphragm
4) Boyles Law : a change in volume results in a change of pressure
5) Inspiration - quiet breathing : expansion of lungs results in greater volume and therefore lower pressure within the lungs (below atmospheric pressure) - air flows into lungs until pressure is equalized

Created on March 25, 2015
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Milestones Review

1) Most democratic nations have this type of economic system : Mixed economic system
2) This is caused by automobile exhaust and factory emissions : Air pollution
3) Nuclear power plant explosion in Ukraine, 1986 : Chernobyl
4) Government makes all economic decisions : Command economic system
5) Pride in one's own country : Nationalism

Created on March 24, 2015
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Rocks

1) Rock Cycle? : Magma, Lava, Cooling, Crystallization, Igneous Rock, Weathering Decomposition, Sediments, Lithification( Compaction), Sedimentary rock, Metamorphism( Heat and Intense Pressure) , Metamorphic rock, melting, magma and lava
2) Igneous rocks are called ____ rocks. : fire
3) What are the two types of igneous rocks? Define them. : Intrusive rocks- found beneath the earth's surface; Extrusive rocks- found outside the earth's surface
4) In crystallization the ions are arranged how? : in a linear pattern
5) Crystals in rocks are formed by? : slow, fast , rapid cooling

Created on March 24, 2015
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World History Ch.14

1) Germany, Austria-Hungary, & Italy : The Triple Alliance
2) Trench Warfare resulted in this? : Stalemate
3) What is it called when a nation uses all of its resources for war? : Total War
4) Battles between planes with machine guns? : Dog Fights
5) At the Paris Peace Conference, this leader wanted to rebuild his country. : David Lloyd George

Created on March 24, 2015
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Spanish Ch. 6

1) Tengo Que : I have to
2) Deber : Should do; debo debemos debes debeis debe deben
3) Stem Changers : e -> ie e -> i u -> ue o -> ue
4) Pensar : To think Pienso Pensamos Piensas Pensais Piensa Piensan
5) Decir : To say digo Decimos dices Decis dice Dicen

Created on March 24, 2015
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Physical Science, 9th Grade
To help me study for a quiz tomorrow. (3/24/15)
1) Who invented the Leyden Jar? : Ewald von Kleist
2) What is the Leyden Jar? : A form of capacitor consisting of a glass jar with layers of metal foil on the outside and inside.
3) What are Electrical Conductors? : Materials that offer little resistance to electron motion.
4) What is an example of an Electrical Conductor? : Copper
5) What are Electrical Insulators? : Materials that don't allow electrons to move easily.

Created on March 23, 2015
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Military Rank and Insignia
Learn the basics of Military Rank and Insignia through simple flashcards
1) True or False Chevron stripes are used for Commissioned Officers only. : False: Chevron stripes are for enlisted service members only. Commissioned Officers will have bars either vertical or horizontal.

Created on March 23, 2015
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asian capitals
Asian capitals
1) turkmenistan : ashkhabad
2) afghanistan : kabul
3) tajikistan : dushanbe
4) pakistan : islamabad
5) uzbekistan : tashkent

Created on March 23, 2015
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