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  1. prefix for again
    Re-arrange
  2. Prefix for not
    • un-wanted
    • in-accurate
    • dis-infect
  3. suffix of state or condition
    • anemia the state or condition of someone.
    • democracy the state of a country's political system
  4. Suffix:having to do with
    • Microscopic
    • Musical
    • cardiac
  5. Suffix: believe in
    Darwinism: belief in Darwin's theory
  6. Suffix: study of
    Bacteriology; the study of bacteria
  7. suffix: one who takes part in
    • instructor: takes part in instructing.
    • teacher: takes part in teaching
  8. Latin/Greek common root words: Ruler
    • Monarchy: one ruler
    • hierarchical: rank of ruler level
    • Archbishop: the chief (ruler) bishop
  9. Latin/Greek common root words: sound
    Audiotapes: tapes that contain sound recording
  10. Latin/Greek common root words: life
    • Biology: study of life
    • Biodiesel: fuel made by living (life) organism
  11. Latin/Greek common root words: Color
    • Monochrome: one color
    • multichromatic:involve more than one color
  12. Latin/Greek common root words: earth
    • Geometry:relations of points and lines of surfaces (earth)
    • Geology: study of the earth
    • Terrace: A step-like land-form (earth)
    • Terracotta: Italian baked earth
  13. Latin/Greek common root words: written
    • biography: written description of someone's life
    • Photograph: A picture that was written drawn by light
  14. Latin/Greek common root words: Form
    • Morphology (biology): The study of the form and structure of organism.
    • Morphine: Opiate drug named after morpheus, a Greek god that make shape and forms in people dreams
  15. Latin/Greek common root words: Correct
    • orthodontia:aliment (correction) of the jaw (teeth)
    • Orthodox: sound or correct in opinion or doctrine
  16. Latin/Greek common root words: foot
    • pedestal: support column (foot)
    • Pedestrian: Someone who walks by foot
    • Millipede: animal with long segmental body and many legs (feet)
  17. Latin/Greek common root words: Heat
    • Hypothermia: low heat
    • Endothermic: Absorption of heat
  18. Roman numbers: M
    1,000
  19. Roman numbers: D
    500
  20. Roman numbers: C
    100
  21. Roman numbers: L
    50
  22. Roman numbers: X
    10
  23. Roman numbers: V
    5
  24. Roman numbers: I
    1
  25. Roman numbers:
    A. VI
    B. IV
    • A. 6
    • B. 4
  26. Roman numbers: 245
    CCXLV
  27. Roman numbers: 3,934
    MMMCMXXXIV
  28. Roman numbers: 426
    CDXXVI
  29. Kilo (k)
    103=1,000
  30. Hecto (h)
    102=100
  31. deka (da)
    101=10
  32. deci (d)
    10-1=1/10 or 0.1
  33. centi (c)
    10-2=1/100 or 0.01
  34. mili (m)
    10-3=1/1000 or 0.001
  35. 1 inch = ? cm
    2.54
  36. 1 km= ? mile
    0.62
  37. 1m = ? inch
    39.37
  38. 1cm = ? inch
    0.394
  39. 1 mile = ? m
    1,609
  40. 1 yard = ? m
    0.914
  41. 1 kg = ? lb
    2.2
  42. 1 ounce = ? g
    28
  43. 1 lb = ? kg
    0.45
  44. 1 L = ? quarts
    1.06
  45. 1 ounce = ? mL
    30
  46. 1 teaspoon = ? mL
    5
  47. 1quart = ? L
    0.95
  48. 1 gallon = ? L
    3.785
  49. 1 mile = ? feet
    5,280
  50. 1cup = ? ounces
    8
  51. 1pint = ? cups
    2
  52. 1 quart = ? pints
    2
  53. 1 gallon = ? quarts
    4
  54. 1 pound = ? ounces
    16
  55. 1 ton = ? pounds
    2,000
  56. 1 inch is approximately ? centimeters
    2.54
  57. 1 yard is approximately ? meters
    1
  58. 1 quart is approximately ? Liter
    1
  59. 1 kg is approximately ? pound
    2.2
  60. 1 ounce is approximately ? grams
    28
  61. Arrange taxonomy from most general to most specific.
    • 1. Domain
    • 2. Kingdom
    • 3. Philum
    • 4. Class
    • 5. Order
    • 6. Family
    • 7. Genus
    • 8. Species
  62. Imperative sentence
    makes command or request
  63. interrogative sentence
    Ask a question
  64. Exclamatory sentence
    communicate strong emotions or surprise
  65. Which one is the divisor?  a/b
    b
  66. Which one is the dividend? a/b
    a
  67. Estimation of 35,678 X 356
    • 1) 35,678 = 40,000
    •     356 = 400
    • 2) 40,000 X 400 = 16,000,000
  68. In a graph, which plane represent X and which represent Y ?
    • X. horizontal (most often independent variable) 
    • Y. vertical (most often dependent variable)
  69. deductive reasoning
    conclusion that drawn from general principles.
  70. Inductive seasoning
    General principles are drawn from specific facts.
  71. Order the visible wavelength (spectrum) from short to long
    • Violet
    • Indigo
    • Blue
    • Green
    • Yellow
    • Orange
    • Red
  72. Elctromagnetic wavelength of the sun from short to long
    • Gamma ray
    • X ray
    • Ultraviolet
    • Visible
    • Infrared
    • Microwave
    • Radio-wave
  73. formula to calculate kinetic energy (KE)
    • 1/2 (Mass)  (velocity)2 = J (KE)
    • 0.5(4Kg) X (10m/s)2 = 200J
  74. formula for potential (PE) energy calculation
    • (mass) X (gravity) X (height) = J (PE)
    • (2Kg) (10m/s2) (4M) = 80J
  75. 1M = ? yards
    1.09
  76. Coordinating conjunctions
    • FANBOYS
    • For
    • And
    • Nor
    • But
    • Or
    • Yet
    • So
  77. Subordinating conjunctions
    • Making the clause they belong to a dependent and less important.
    • Because
    • Though
    • Although
    • As
    • As if
    • When
    • While
  78. Nominalization
    • To express an active verb as a noun.
    • EX: n.creative; pv. creating
  79. 7X6
    42
  80. 7X7
    49
  81. 7X8
    56
  82. 7X9
    63
  83. 8X6
    48
  84. 8X7
    56
  85. 8X8
    64
  86. 8x9
    72
  87. 9X4
    36
  88. 9x6
    54
  89. 9X7
    63
  90. 9X8
    72
  91. 9X9
    81
  92. Topic, Main idea, Theme, and Supporting details.
    • Topic. general subject covered by the work.
    • Main Idea. the work's specific message (purpose).
    • Theme. Ideas or concepts that the work keep touching upon again and again.
    • Supporting details. explain the main idea.

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