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    Government:  Complete the following Study Guide on a separate sheet of paper. Test is scheduled for this Friday the 19th.

    Government Study Guide Test #6

    Test on Friday, January 19th      

    1) Which French constitution held an idealistic view of human nature and lasted only three years?

    2) Who is the head of the Senate?

    3) Define pocket veto.

    4) Define naturalization.

    5) What has grown out of the president’s responsibility to see that constitutional laws are implemented and programs administered?

    6) What is a gridlock?

    7) Who added the words “so help me God” to the presidential oath?

    8) Define gerrymandering.

    9) Define lame duck.

    10) Which country has the oldest written constitution still in effect today?

    11) Which Supreme Court case expanded the Third and Fourth Amendments to imply a right to privacy as one of American citizens’ fundamental rights?

    12) Which president served more than the two-term set by George Washington?

    13) Who was the first vice president to assume the presidency after the death of a president?

    14) What article of the Constitution makes provision for amending the document?

    15) What is the only amendment to the Constitution to be ratified by state conventions?

    16) Which Supreme Court case established the right of judicial review?

    17) How many amendments have actually been ratified?

    18) Which branch of government makes the laws?

    19) Define popular sovereignty.

    20) Define libel.

    21) Define franchise.

    22) What are the first ten amendments called?

    23) What are the two ways constitutional amendments can be proposed?

    24) Which amendments do the following describe?

    a. Abolished slavery

    b. Gave eighteen-year-olds the vote

    c. Guarantees freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition

    d. Limits the president to two terms or no more than ten years in office

    e. Provides the clearest constitutional statement of the principle of federalism

    f. Prohibits cruel and unusual punishment

    g. Guarantees the right to bear arms

    h. Gave women the vote

    Essay Question:

    25) List and define the six basic principles of the Constitution.

     

    Advanced Math I: Look over Lesson 40 and do problems 7-16. If you have questions on the new concept we can go over it on Wednesday.

     

    6th Grade Grammar & Spelling:  In Spelling do pages 54-55 for list #14. In Grammar do pages 142-146 (pg. 143--Think A, Think B evens only, Remember C) (pg. 144-Think A) (pg. 145-Think C, Think D) (pg. 146-Think)

     

    Anatomy: Read pages 170-176 and answer the following questions on a separate paper.

    Anatomy/Physiology Module #6 pg. 170-176 

    1) Define Origin and Insertion. Where are the origins and insertions in the limbs and in the trunk of the body?

    2) Define belly.

    3) Define synergist, prime mover (agonist), and antagonist.

    4) What is the fulcrum, effort, and resistance in a lever?

    5) Describe the three lever types in the human body. Give an example of each lever and give an example found in the human body of each lever. 

    6) What are the seven criteria that skeletal muscles can be named by?

     

    Chemistry: Finish your Study Guide and do the following Study Worksheet on a separate sheet of paper (it is not for a grade but to get ready for test). I will move the test from Wednesday to possibly a take-home test on Thursday, so we can review on Wednesday.  

     Chemistry Test #5 Study Worksheet

    Write the chemical formula for the following compounds.

    1. Potassium carbonate

    2. Magnesium hydroxide

    3. Potassium chlorate

    4. Aluminum chromate

    5. Sodium sulfate

    Draw the Lewis structures of the following molecules and tell what three-dimensional shape is and what its bond angel would be. Also notate if it is a nonpolar or polar covalent bond.

    6. Br2 (the 2 is subscript)

    7. H2O (the 2 is subscript)

    8. NF3 (the 3 is subscript)

    9. CH4 (the 4 is subscript)

    10. PH3 (the 3 is subscript)

    Answer the following questions.

    11. What type of molecules can be dissolved in water?

    12. What are the two subclasses of covalent compounds?

     

    Advanced Math II: Look over Lesson 75 and do problems 5-9, 11-14, 16-18, & 27-29. If you have problems with the new concept we will go over it on Wednesday.  



     


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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