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  1. Math Science Social Studies LanguageArts Hodge-Podge 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt

  2. The Frazee family purchased 190 acres of land. This is 4,840 square yards. What does this number represent? perimeter volume circumference area

  3. The Frazee family purchased 190 acres of land. This is 4,840 square yards. What does this number represent? • area Area is always a square measure.

  4. Bald eagles began nesting again in the national park in 2006. A small eagle is about 30” long and has a wingspan of 12’. What’s the ratio of length to wingspan? • 30/84 • 30/12 • 84/30 • 12/30

  5. Bald Eagles began nesting again in the national park in 2006. A small eagle is about 30” long and has a wingspan of 12’. What’s the ratio of length to wingspan? • 30/84length/wingspan

  6. In one section of the park these reptiles live: 11 snakes, 8 turtles and 1 skink. You went on a walk and saw a reptile, what’s the probability it was a turtle? • P(turtle) = 8/11 • P(turtle) = 11/8 • P(turtle) = 8/20 • P(turtle) = 20/8

  7. In one section of the park these reptiles live: 11 snakes, 8 turtles and 1 skink. You went on a walk and saw a reptile, what’s the probability it was a turtle? • P(turtle) = 8/20 • There were 8 possibilities out of 20 reptiles

  8. One year there were 128 active great blue heron nests in the national park. This number is 2 to what power? • 25 • 26 • 27 • 28

  9. One year there were 128 active great blue heron nests in the national park. This number is 2 to what power? • 27 • 128 = 2x2x2x2x2x2x2 or 27

  10. Canal boats carried cargo through the canals. If you measured the cargo hold, your answer would be the… • area • perimeter • circumference • volume

  11. Canal boats carried cargo through the canals. If you measured the cargo hold, your answer would be the… • Volume It’s the length of the hold times the height times the width.

  12. Which of these appear on the bottom layer of an ecosystem’s energy pyramid? • decomposers • scavengers • consumers • producers

  13. Which of these appear on the bottom layer of an ecosystem’s energy pyramid? d. producers

  14. Landfills are places where humans • mine for coal • dispose of garbage • treat sewage waste • preserve natural habitats

  15. Landfills are places where humans b. dispose of garbage

  16. The air pollution that causes acid rain comes primarily from… • renewable resources • natural habitats • fossil fuels • wind farms

  17. The air pollution that causes acid rain comes primarily from… c. fossil fuels

  18. Which is true of a rock? • A rock is a type of mineral. • A rock may contain no minerals. • A rock is always made of at least one mineral. • A rock is always made of two or more minerals.

  19. Which is true of a rock? b. A rock may contain no minerals.

  20. Weathering is the physical or chemical breakdown of.. • water • humus • rocks • exfoliation

  21. Weathering is the physical or chemical breakdown of.. c. rocks

  22. Canal boats were powered by a … • small diesel motor • steam engine • horses or mules • paddles

  23. Canal boats were powered by a … c. horses or mules

  24. Which was NOT a way the Ohio & Erie Canal changed Ohio? • Brought prosperity by moving goods quickly • Took Ohio’s goods to farther places • Brought items to Ohio from faraway places • Turned the ground into fertile soil for farming

  25. Which was NOT a way the Ohio & Erie Canal changed Ohio? d. Turned the ground into fertile soil for farming

  26. What form of transportation had become popular toward the end of the canal era? • car • horse • railroad • airplane

  27. What form of transportation had become popular toward the end of the canal era? c. railroad

  28. Local American Indians called the river the Cuyahoga because it means this in their language. • crooked river • coiled serpent • shallow waterway • alternative

  29. Local American Indians called the river the Cuyahoga because it means this in their language. • crooked river

  30. The Ohio & Erie Canal connects to this body of water in the north. • Arctic Ocean • Lake Erie • Missouri River • Ohio River

  31. The Ohio & Erie Canal connects to this body of water in the north. • Lake Erie

  32. Park terrain includes stern valley walls, treacherous ravines, ponderous rock ledges and meandering streams Which adjective in the above sentence has a GENTLE connotation?

  33. Park terrain includes stern valley walls, treacherous ravines, ponderous rock ledges and meandering streams Which adjective in the above sentence has a GENTLE connotation? meandering—winding gently

  34. Which statement correctly compares coyotes to dogs? • Coyotes have a longer nose than most dogs do. • Coyotes follow a straight trail, and most dogs wander around. • Both animals are four-legged creatures that tend to live in social units.

  35. Which statement correctly compares coyotes to dogs? c. Both animals are four-legged creatures that tend to live in social units.

  36. Cooperative nest-building between a male and female bonds an eagle pair together. Bald eagles are monogamous, and it is believed they mate for life. Monogamous means a. meat eaters b. helpful to other c. loyal to their mate

  37. Cooperative nest-building between a male and female bonds an eagle pair together. Bald eagles are monogamous, and it is believed they mate for life. Monogamous means c. loyal to their mate

  38. I think people probably once introduced non-native fish into park waters thinking there would be more fish to catch. This sentence is written in which viewpoint? • omniscient • first person • none

  39. I think people probably once introduced non-native fish into park waters thinking there would be more fish to catch. This sentence is written in which viewpoint? b. first person

  40. Which statement below uses correct adjectives and adverbs? • Restoring the waters in the park is a painstaking process and must be done slow. • Restoring the waters in the park is a painstakingly process and must be done slow. • Restoring the waters in the park is a painstaking process and must be done slowly.

  41. Which statement below uses correct adjectives and adverbs? c. Restoring the waters in the park is a painstaking process and must be done slowly.

  42. What was used to move the canal boats up and down the changes in elevation along the canals? • cranes • a pulley system • locks

  43. What was used to move the canal boats up and down the changes in elevation along the canals? c. locks

  44. Which two immigrant groups were mostly responsible for digging the Ohio & Erie Canal? • Irish and German • Chinese and Japanese • English and Spanish • Scottish and Polish

  45. Which two immigrant groups were mostly responsible for digging the Ohio & Erie Canal? • Irish and German

  46. The Ohio & Erie Canal connects to this body of water in the south. • Ohio River • Gulf of Mexico • Rio Grande • Lake Erie

  47. The Ohio & Erie Canal runs to this body of water to the south. • Ohio River

  48. Which statement best describes how Earth changes over time? • Earth changes very rarely. • Earth is constantly changing. • Earth is always changing rapidly. • Earth has never changed.

  49. Which statement best describes how Earth changes over time? b. Earth is constantly changing.

  50. The process in which earth material is picked up and moved from one place to another is called… • erosion • drainage • gravity • creep