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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SCHOOL No. 135488
REGISTERED AS A NON.pUBLIC SCHOOL, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA This transcript is official only when signed by the Registrar and embossed with the school's raised official seal. U.S. Federal Law prohibits the release of this document any person or institution without the written consent of the student COURSE llTLE GRADE to

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1. The instructions that tell the computer what to do and how to do it: (a). hardware _. software (c). processor (d) data flow

2. All of these are examples of good posture except: (a). back straight (b). eyes on monitor (c). feet on the floor

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3. when you store your work so come back to it later, you: (a). click it

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4. To close a program, you would: (a). shut down the computer (b). click the_ in the top right hand comer (c). click the middle box in the top right hand comer •. click the X in the top right hand corner:

5. An example of an input device is (a). a speaker G.a mouse (c). a monitor (d). a printer

6. One of the output devices your computer uses is the: (a). mouse (b). key board •. monitor (d). cord

7. The computer screen is also called the: (a). viewer

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8. The main chip in the computer is the:
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9. RAM stands for:

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10. What does it mean to have a clean desktop?

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(b). There are no bits of paper on the floor (c). everything is turned off (d). you have thoroughly dusted your area

11. Where is the "Menu Bar"?

12. How do you open a file?

13. How do you save a document?

14. How do you delete a row?

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I. Write the world that best completes each sentence. 1.After the governor prepares the' u 0, e:.-l:the state legislatures votes on-it. {j 2. A' feJ',,{enJ u m gives voters chance to decide if they want to limit the number of terms the governor can serve. 3. Some cities haveif ord'no.n cc., against walking a dog without a leash. 4. A C ou n t i\. is a type of city government.

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3- Angelica bought a dress on sale, the dtess was marked 25% off. The original price of the dress was $72. How much did she save? Answer~iJ1L 4- The Rodriguez family bought a new television for $495. It later went on sale for 20% off. How much could they have saved buying the television at the sale price? Answer.

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5- Anna Browne bought a suit at a 25%- off sale. The suit had been marked $100. How much did she save by buying on sale? Answer.

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6- Anna also bought a belt which had been marked $25. How much did she save at the 25%- off sale? Answer,

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Choose word or phrase from the box to complete each sentence. Write that word or phrase on the blank. . Atmosphere Dioxide Greenhouse Winter 1. All the air surrounding the earth is called the a t mas pb
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2. The drop in temperature caused by the dust and smoke from a nuclear explosion is called nuclear Winter 3. The gases in the atmosphere let sunlight in but do not let all the heat out. This is know as the teen hovse effect.

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a. causes the extinction of millions of plants and animals. temperature even. c. keeps sunlight from reaching the earth's surface. d. extends six miles from the earth. 5. An increase in the greenhouse effect has caused an increase in the amount of

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Current Glacier Iceberg Plankton 7. A river of water in the ocean is an ocean ell r r e n f 8. A flowing mass of ice over land is a -49-'",_c_,_::'t_I',,-_ 9, An lc e r, is a huge chunk of ice floating in the ocean.

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your answer. 10. What is the main idea of the article on page 64-66? a. The Titanic hit an iceberg and sank.
(1?_) Ocean currents have important effects on our lives.

c. Icebergs can float 2,000 miles from where they were formed. d. The gulf Stream is a famous ocean current.

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a. Fish eat plankton. b. The fishing fleets of many nations fish the Grand Banks. c. The Labrador Current carries dangerous icebergs. (]) The Labrador Current is responsible for the rich Grand Blanks fishing grounds.

Finding Facts, Choose the words that complete each sentence. Fill in the circle for your
answer. 12. The Labrador Current is The name of a ship. Acold ocean current. A glacier in Greenland. The ocean current that warms Europe ..

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The Gulf Stream brings warm water to a. b. southern California. the Gulf of Mexico. northern Europe. South America.

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Crater Eruption Plate Volcano 14. A volcano's violent explosion is called an 15. A

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17. What events in 1980 gave warning that mount St. Helens might erupt soon?

b. The weather became much colder than usual.
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The volcano rumbled and gave off ash. Lava flowed down the mountainside.

18. What is the top of Mount St. Helrns today? a. A perfect cone b. An evergreen forest c. Flowing lava @ A rough, gray crater 19. Which of the following usually happens when a volcano erupts?

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Lava comes out. Plates change their speed . c. Snow falls. d. Both a and b.

20. What is true about the plate on which Mt, St. Helens occurs? a. It is called the North American plate. b. It rides up and over the Juan de Fuca plate. c. It moves in the opposite direction of the Juan de Fuca plate. @ All of the above. Exercise: Use the weather map to answer these questions. Write your answers below. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Which city directly north of Kansas City? M ,·n,., e er!P//.J' Which city is almost directly south of Dallas? --:J1i~o_il-=J_Jt_o:._,,;:__ Which is closer to New York-Boston or Raleigh? __ fll-l""o£,L.,.!jL-'l)~'2 How many miles apart are Atlanta and Washington DC? 6 0 P /Y) i I {J What is the temperature in Atlanta? _:.-7-""0'-'.1"--_
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29. What is the main idea of the first paragraph on page 76?

A Earthquakes in California usually occur near the San Andreas fault. ,~ Predicting where an earthquake will occur is not very difficult. c. The Northridge earthquake was west of the San Andreas fault. d. Predicting when an earthquakewill occur is not very difficult.
30. What is the main idea of the last paragraph on page 76? a. Earthquakes happen when the plates very suddenly start sliding again after being stuck together. b. "The Big One" could happen at any time. ~ Predicting when an earthquake Will occur is difficult. cl:' Some areas along the fault have been stuck for more than a century.

Vocabulary in Context, Write the word that best completes each sentence.

Fumaroles Geyser Hot spot 31. 32. A very hot area of the mantle below crust is a ~ 0 -t spot A natural fountain of hot water and steam that rises suddenly out of the ground is a

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Finding the Main Idea; Choose the words that best answer each question. Fill in the circle for

your answer. 33. What is the main idea of the article on page 80? There was a major eruption at Yellowstone about 600,000 years ago. That explosion was 1,000 times more powerful than the eruption of Mount St. Helens. Volcanic explosions are not happening in Yellowstone today. The fact that Yellowstone has geysers suggests that they are is still an active hot spot.

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answer. 34. Volcanoes that form in the middle of a plate result from a. Fumaroles. b.' One plate colliding with another. @ '.A not spot in the earth's mantle. d. Plates moving apart.

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Yellowstone National Park has interesting a.. Island scenery. geysers, hot springs, and fumaroles .. active volcanoes. glaciers.

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36. Three lessons in this unit describe earthquakes and volcanoes. Earthquakes and some volcanoes, like Mount St. Helens, are caused by the same thing. What causes both earthquakes and volcanoes like Mount St. Helens?

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37. A cycle is something that happens over and over again. Describe a cycle that happens on the earth and one that happens in the atmosphere.

38. What we do affects the earth and its atmosphere. Describe one way people are changing or I have changed that earth that you think is ~ change for the better. The describe a change caused by people that you don't think isa change for the better.

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