Lessons 6 & 7 Science Study Guide
What is matter made of?
A Greek philosopher in 440 BCE, Democritus thought you would
eventually end up with a particle that couldnt be cut if you kept
cutting pieces in half forever.
This particle was later cal
Chapter 10 Study Guide
Framers left political parties out of the Constitution because the
leaders who wrote the Constitution didnt like the idea of political
parties. They thought they would lead to divisions that would weaken
Popular Sovereignty- idea the power lies to the people
Sectionalism- favoring the interests of one section or region
over the interests of the entire country
Free soil party- supported Wilmot Proviso, A document
stating that neither slavery nor
Unit 6 Study Guide
Why do cells divide?
Cell division occurs in all organisms and takes place for various
Single celled organisms reproduce through cell division and in
multi cellular organisms cell division is involved in growth,
1. Cylinder- A three-dimensional figure with two parallel congruent
2. Prism- A three-dimensional figure with at least three rectangular
lateral faces and top and bottom faces parallel.
3. Pyramid- A three- dimensional figu
Chapter 12 Civics Test Study Guide
Guided Reading 12-1
Public opinion helps shape the decisions that officials make and it
shapes how successful a president is in putting his or her plans
Mass media works to shape public opinion by T.V. new
Chapter 15 Study Guide
1. What is the purpose of laws?
To help our people get along and keep the peace and prevent
criminal acts. Also set rules for civil disagreements.
2. Describe the 4 characteristics of good laws.
Fair- Gives equal treatment to all pe
Chapter 25 Study Guide
Why do people all around the world exchange goods?
People exchange what they have for what they dont have. Developed
nations give technology and medicine and undeveloped nations give
local products and raw materials.
What are the ma
Science Unit 4 Study Guide
Lesson 1 Energy conversion & conservation
Mechanical energy- sum of an objects kinetic & potential energy
Sound energy- vibration of particles, cant travel through empty
Electromagnetic Energy- transmitted through
One to Many
VENDOR DATA DICTIONARY
Vendor Data Records
PARTS DATA DICTIONARY
PARTS DATA RECORDS
QUERY RESULTS BEFORE NORMALIZATION
QUERY AFTER NORMALIZATION
QUERY RESULTS AFTER NORMALIZATION
XLM-J Review Questions (Due: Wed. Feb. 29)
1. What is the differenced between a report and a query? The difference between a
report and a query is that a report is designed for human consumptions; for example, the
information is arranged so that it looks
1. Each part has one and only one supplier.
2. A supplier may provide many parts. There may be suppliers present not currently providing any parts.
1. Max Cardinalities: 1/M
Min Cardinalities: 1/0