Fingerprinting NC BLET State Exam Review

Question Answer
What are the four ways you can submit a criminal fingerprint card and final disposition reports to the Identification Section of the SBI? First class mail, inter-agency state courier service, in person, electronically through LiveScan
What are the four ways you can submit a criminal fingerprint card and final disposition reports to the Identification Section of the SBI? First class mail, inter-agency state courier service, in person, electronically through LiveScan
(That's the only objective that's not a practical exercise) (Look over the lesson plan to study more)

AH Ch.7

Question Answer
What years are the critical period? 1781-1789
What year was the Constitutional Convention? 1787
When was the U.S. Constitution Ratified 1788
When was the Bill of Rights Signed 1791

Mesopotamia vocab

Question Answer
irrigation the supply of water to fields using man made systems
Canal human-made waterways that carry water to land
Surplus more than is needed (usually used to describe a supply of food)
City-State consists of a city and all the countryside around it
Empire group of different lands and people governed by one ruler
Polytheism the worship/belief in many Gods
Priest people who perform religious ceremonies
Social Hierarchy the division of a society by rank or class
Cuneiform the world’s first writing system. Created by the Sumerians.
Pictograph picture symbols that represent a word or object
Scribe a writer
Ziggurat a temple for worshipping Gods
Hammurabi's Code the first written laws! 282 laws that dealt with almost every part of daily life
Famine an extreme lack of crops or food causing widespread hunger
Monarchy a form of government that has one ruler
Alphabet a set of letters that can be combined to form words

Vocab Unit 5

Term Definition
Addendum a thing that is added; an appendix or addition to book or written document
Aghast filled with amazement, disgust, fear, or terror
Cower to crouch or shrink away in fear or shame
Epitaph a brief statement written on a tomb or gravestone
Ethical having to do with morals, values, right and wrong
Inaudible not able to be heard
Intrigue crafty dealings, underhanded plotty
Intrigue to form and carry out plots; to puzzle or excite the curiosity
Plausible appearing true, reasonable, or fair
Prodigal wastefully extravagant; lavishly or generously abundant
Volatile highly changeable, fickle; tending to become violent or explosive; changing readily from the liquid to the gaseous state
Ample more than enough, large, spacious
Apparition a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual apperance
Assert to declare or state as truth, maintain or defend, put forward forcfully
Disdain to look upon with scorn; to refuse scornfully
Faceitous humorous, not meant seriously
Indiscriminate without restraint or control; the right to administer justice
Plebein common, vulgar; belonging to the lower class
Proximity nearness, closeness
Pulverize to grind or pound to powder or dust; to destroy or overcome

Alaska, Hawaii, Colo

Question Answer
What is the nickname for the state of Alaska? The last frontier
What is Alaska's largest lake that is roughly the size of Connecticut? Iliamna Lake
Can you drive to Alaska? How? Yes through Canada to the town of Fairbanks
can you take a train to Alaska? How? Yes the train takes you to Anchorage
can you take a ferry to alaska? How? Yes you can sailed from Seattle Washington to Juneau, Alaska's capital
How big is Alaska? 1/6 of the size of the entire United States
What is Alaska's tallest mountain ? Mount McKinley
Can you drive to small towns in the interior of Alaska ? No because mountains blocked away
Can you fly to the small towns in Alaska? Yes nearly every community has a landing strip
The northern third of Alaska lies within the? Arctic Circle
America's "land of the midnight sun" is? Alaska
In Alaska the sun never sets for several weeks in the? Summer
Winters on the treeless tundra are? Dark
Alaska's interior is extremely_______ in the winter. cold
What areas are milder but receive more rain and snow in Alaska The coastal areas
How far is Alaska's white mainland from Russia? 50 miles
Native Alaskans lived near the ______and_______? Bering Sea and Arctic Ocean
Alaska was already populated when what explorers visited in 1741 ? Russian
What tribes fished along the south eastern coast of Alaska ? Tinlingit and Haida
What Indians roamed the mountains in Alaska? Athabascan
Who ruled the Aleutian Islands in Alaska? Aleuts
In what year was Alaska purchased from Russia by the United States 1867
Who negotiated the purchase of Alaska ? William H Seward, Secretary of State to President Abraham Lincoln
What persuaded the American government to make Alaska an official territory? Gold mines, forests for logging, and waters full of fish
In what year did Alaska become the 49th state? 1959
Gold was once important in Alaska. But now ___________is more important followed by _______ Petroleum oil and tourism
What is the capital of Alaska ? Juneau
What portion of Alaska lies within the Arctic Circle? One third
how many years after the first Russian explorers visited Alaska did Alaska become a US state ? 218 years
what does persuaded mean ? Convinced
What is America's only state that is an island chain ? Hawaii
Hawaii lies far from the continental United States in what ocean? Pacific
Hawaii is a string of how many islands that forms when volcanoes erupted along the ocean floor ? 132
What are the smaller islands in Hawaii composed of? Coral, sand, rock, or lava
Hawaii's climate is tropical . What does tropical mean ? Humid and mild all year long with little temperature changes between night and day
Who were the first people to come to Hawaii over 2000 years ago? Polynesians
What British explorer came ashore in 1778 ? James Cook
After Cook's visit the islands were united under a single Hawaiian king. who was that king? King Kamehameha I
How long did King Kamehameha I descendents rule the islands? Nearly a century
Foreigners arrived as missionaries they came on whaling ships . Workers on ________ and ____________followed. Sugarcane and pineapple plantations
When did Hawaii become a territory of United States? 1900
The southernmost island is by far the largest this island is called?
Hawaii the world's most massive volcano, Mauna Kea and the most active volcano, Mauna Loa are found on this island? Hawaii
Which Island is known as the "big Island" Hawaii
Which of Hawaii's islands is more than 70% of the island population Oahu
Which state is the only state that has unofficial language other than English? Hawaii
This state is so many miles away from the rest of the country it calls itself the? Aloha state
In the Hawaiian language, Aloha means ? Love
How many small islands and how many large islands does Hawaii consist of ? 124 small islands and eight large islands
Which of the following is not in the name of one of the main Hawaiian Islands?A. KahoolaweB. KamehamehaC. OahuD. Niihau B. Kamehameha
What was explorer James Cook's nationality? British
what does the word composed mean ? Made up of
How has the type of lava flow affected the shape of the Hawaiian mountains? It has made it wide and round
What is the nickname for Colorado the Centennial State
what mountains run through Colorado ? The Rockies
What is Colorado's tallest mountain in the entire Rocky mountain range? Mount Elbert
Colorado's "Lowlands" are high. true or false True
The lowest place in the state of Colorado is where? Along the Arkansas River more than 3000 feet above sea level
the eastern third of the state is part of? Great Plains
What do farmers raise in Colorado? Wheat and corn and beef cattle
What is Colorado's capital ? Denver
The western part of the state, the Colorado Plateau , is higher than the ________ but not as high as the _________ . Plains and mountains
The plateau in Colorado is filled with ______, ______, and ______? Canyons, valleys, and mesas
What three rivers are so precious that there are laws to stop the state of Colorado from taking more than a share? Colorado River, Arkansas River, and the Rio Grande
What did Spanish explorers come to Colorado to search for? Gold
What tribes were found on the planes by the Spaniards ? Arapaho and Cheyenne
What tribe was found high in the mountains in Colorado? The Spaniards did not find_______? UteGold
Settlement did not start until the discovery of______ and _______ in the mid-19th century. Gold and silver
What 2 tribes were forced onto reservations in other states and what tribe remains in Colorado? Arapaho and CheyenneUte
True or false? Many people in Colorado live in the mountains. False
What is a mesa? Flat hill
What is the Native American tribe that still lives in Colorado? Ute
What does precious mean ? Highly valued
When did Colorado become a state? August 1, 1876
what does the word century mean? 100 years
Hawaii
True or false? The native Alaskanseat an unusual version of ice cream made with reindeer fat, see oil, snow, berries and groundfish. True
What is a Hawaiian party where the Kalua pig is cooked and eaten ? Luau
What is a stew made with different types of fish and shellfish ? Ciuppino
Mount Denali is located in what state? Alaska
What is a low bowl shaped landform that contains the great basin Desert and is located in the middle of the western region ? basin
What can lit up to 500 years ? Giant redwoods, sitka spruce & western hemlock
Three industries that are important to the western region Pacific ocean , fishing, Columbia river
The Central Valley is sometimes called? America's fruit and solid bowl
How many Idaho potatoes are sold as baking potatoes? 3/4
How many pounds of salt are collected from the great Salt Lake each year ? 4 million
What is an open space that is used for missile and other military weapon testing? The great basin
The Columbia River supplies water to how many acres of land? 8 million
Yellowstone National Park was found in what year and covers how many square miles of land? 18723,472
What is the core of a volcano, expose by years of erosion? Devils Tower
What is the nation's second largest city in our nation? Los Angeles
what is a Boomtown? When gold and silver deposits were found
California's most famous fault is what and how long is it ? San Andreas and 600 miles long
Many places in Alaska receive how much inches of precipitation per year ? 100

French Vocabulary 2.3

Term Definition
I’estomac Stomach
La bouche Mouth
La jambe Leg
La main Hand
La peau Skin
La tete Head
Le bras Arm
Le coeur Heart
Le corps Body
Le dos Back
Le genou Knee
Le pied Foot
Le visage Face
Une oreille Ear
Un epaule Shoulder

Milestone vocab

Question Answer
Conceptual Pertaining to concepts or to the forming of concepts
abstract a summary of a text, scientific article, document, speech, etc(adj) thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects, or actual instances.
componet a basic part, element, ingredient.
synthesize to form by combining parts or elements.
stimulas something that incites to action or exertion or quickens action, feeling, thought, etc.
holistic concerned with the whole, rather than with the individual parts.
critique article or essay.
cohesion (n) the grammatical and verbal linking within a text or sentence that holds a text together and gives its meaning
embody to give a concrete form, to express, personify, or exemplify in concrete form.
contradiction a statement or proposition that contradicts or denies another or itself and is not legal.

Chapter 10 Mrs. Varvares

Term Definition
accustomed used to
anticipate to think likely to happen
linger to stay
miserable very ucomfortable
misinterpret to understand wrong
occur to happen
particular special
reluctant unwilling
revise to make changes in
version retelling

NEW mod E week4

Question Answer
Angiocardiogram Radiograph of the heart
Bronchogram Radiograph of the lungs
Cerebral angiogram Radiograph of the major arteries of the brain
Cholangiogram Radiograph of the bile ducts
Coronary angiogram Radiograph of the coronary arteries
Cystogram Radiograph of the urinary bladder
Doppler ultrasound uses ultrasound to measure the direction and speed of blood as it flows through blood vessels
Echocardiogram Ultrasound examination of the heart
Flouoroscope instrument used to view internal organs directly
Hysterosalpingogram Radiograph of the uterus and fallopian tubes
IVP a radiograph of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder
Radiograph permanent record of the picture produced on the X-ray film
Radiologist A physician specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of disease using radiation and other imaging techniques
Sonogram the recorded image obtained with ultrasonography
Who discovered X-rays Roentgen
How does a radiopaque structure appear on a radiograph white
What are the characteristics of computed tomography (CT) used for diagnostic studies of the brainproduces a series of cross-sectional picturesmay use a contrast dye during the scan
Name a condition that can be diagnosed on a PET scan Brain cancer and heart disease
Why are breasts compressed during a mammography obtain a clear radiograph
What occurs during an upper GI radiographic examination the radiologist observes the passage of the barium through the GI tractRadiographs are taken periodicallythe patient's position is changed at various times
why must gas be removed from the colon before a lower GI radiographic study it shows up as confusing shadows on the radiograph
which radiographic examination uses air and barium to view the colon in great detail double -contrast barium enema
What can be diagnosed with an IVP kidney stones, blockage of the urinary tract, growth of the urinary system
what is the purpose of an obstetric ultrasoud determine gestational age, Detect congenital abnormalities, Detect multiple pregnancies, Determine the position of the fetus in the uterus
what should you ask the patient must be asked before performing an IVP if he or she is allergic to iodine or shellfish
what are the patient instruction for a mammogram Do not wear lotions, powders, or deodorants
Why should the patient be instructed not to move during the radiographic examination to prevent blurring of the image on the film
what is the purpose of a bone density scan to detect bone loss
what is the greatest risk factor for osteoporosis postmenopausal woman
what does an upper gastrointestinal (GI) radiographic examination help in diagnosing GERD
what does a lower gastrointestinal (GI) radiographic examination help in diagnosing Polyps, Cancerous tumors, Ulcerative colitis, Diverticulosis
What are the characteristics of magnetic resonance imaging safe and painless, patient must remove all metal before the procedure, patient must remain still during the procedure, patient hears a metallic clacking sound during the procedure
what is the purpose of contrast medim make a structure visible on a radiograph
what are the methods used to administer a contrast medium oral administration, IV, Enema
what are the characteristic of ultrasonography Cannot be used for bone studies, Shows movement, Allows for continuous viewing of a structure, Does not use radiation
What is the patient preparation for a CT scan Remove all radiopaque objects
What is an advantage of digital radiology Images can be taken and viewed immediately, Images can be sent electronically to a network of computers, The images can be saved on a CD or DVD, Higher quality images are produced
what are the patient preparations for a bone density scan Do not take a calcium supplement on the morning of the scan
what effect does the barium suspension have on the stool after an upper GI is performed it is whitish in color
what are the patient preparations for a lower GI radiographic examination Consume only clear liquids the day before the examination, Take a laxative the day before the examination, Do not drink anything(except water)beginning after midnight on the day before the examination
what does a mammogram detect Fibrocystic breast disease, Breast cancer, Benign breast masses, Breast calcification
what instructions should be relayed to the patient regarding an upper GI radiographic examination take dye tablets with the evening meal
List example of a radiolucent structure lung, Urinary bladder, Stomach, Intestines

gsnfm5-3-4

Taste The receptors for taste, called taste buds, are in the tongue,
Smell The nose is the organ responsible for the sense of smell. The cavity of the nose is lined with mucous membranes that have smell receptors
sight The eye is the organ of vision
Hearing the ear is the organ of hearing
Touch distributed throughout the body, Nerve endings in the skin and other parts of the body transmit sensations to the brain.