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1-What is English Grammar?

2-Name the eight parts of speech.

3- Define a sentence, write a simple sentence, a compound sentence and a complex sentence.

4- Define a clause and a phrase and write a sentence using each.

5-Explain what is meant by subject verb agreement.

6-What is meant by pronoun and antecedent agreement?

7- what is pronoun case?

8-What are the principal parts of a verb?

9-What are auxiliary verbs?

10- conjugate a verb.

11-Define an adjective and an adverb.

12- What are conjunctions?

13-What are the fourteen punctuation marks in English Grammar?

14-Write a sentence using each of the fourteen punctuation marks

15-Define a paragraph and write one.

16-What is sentence sense?

17- What is a comma splice? Write a sentence using a comma splice.

18-What is meant by sentence unity? Write a sentence showing unity.

19- What are fragments and run-on?

20-What is a composition?

21-Write a whole composition.

22- Define a research paper.

23- Define a thesis.

24-Define a dissertation.

558-MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS PHYSICS?.. Check these two links: What is Physics – Department of Physics – NTNU and What is Physics? – YouTube

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1) What is the difference between kinetic and potential energy? Give situational examples and the mathematical formulas for each.
2) Define energy and give at least 5 examples. .
3) Define and express the formula for work.
4) Explain the difference between refraction and reflection of light.
5) Explain the inverse square law and how is the force of gravity and the propagation of light affected by it?
6) Express Newton’s three laws of motion.
7) There are two types of nuclear reactions. What are they and how are they different?
8) Radioactive substances may emit 5 types of particles and or waves. Name them.
9) Describe the five waves/particles you named in answer to the previous question.
10) Name 5 different types of objects that comprise the solar system.
11) A sound wave includes a high pressure component called ____________and a low pressure component called _______________.
12) There are two divisions of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Name them and briefly explain the difference.
13) What are the 3 temperature scales and what is the freezing point of water on each scale?
14) The atom is comprised of 3 basic particles. Name them and give the location, electrical charge and relative mass of each.
15) Explain why it is necessary to add one day to the year every four years?
16) What is the difference between a volt, a watt, an amp and an ohm?
17) What is the Big Bang?
18) What does the moon have to with the Tides?
19) Name two simple machines.
20) Explain mechanical advantage.
21) Define pressure in a mathematical formula.
22) What is friction? Explain how it can be a good thing and a not-so-a-thing.
23) What is the basic difference between a star and a planet?
24) What is entropy? Is it inevitable? Why or why not?
25) Explain why there is no such thing as “cold”.
26) The flow of electrons down a conductor is a ______________.
27) List 6 kinds of electromagnetic waves.
28) True or false. The speed of light is constant. What’s it value?
29) Why does a leaf appears green?
30) What is the difference between evaporation and condensation?
31) What is meant by the frequency and the wavelength of a sound wave and a light wave.
32) Define pressure in terms of an equation.
33) Explain the difference between a lunar and a solar eclipse.
34) What is meant by absolute zero?
35) What is a light year?
36) Celestial bodies appear to move from east to west because….
37) What is the distance to the moon, the sun, the nearest star?
38) Define power in terms of its relationship to work.
39) What was Kepler’s contribution.
40) Astronauts on the Space Station are seen to float in the cabin, yet they are still within the earth’s gravitational field. Explain how this is possible.
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1) Write symbols for multiplication, addition, subtraction, division, square root and integration.

2) Reliance on calculators for basic math operations since the 80’s has caused many to ignore the memorization of times tables. However, committing the tables through 12 is a requirement.

3) Solving the square root of a number involves find what?

4) Squaring a number requires you to _________________.

5) What is an integer?

6) What is an improper fraction?

7) Define percentage.

8) Differentiate even numbers from odd numbers.

9) How would you convert a fraction like 7/8 to a decimal and a percentage?

10) How would you convert 75 percent to a fraction?

11) If a sale item is 25 % off and the regular price is $36, what is the sale price?

12) What is the amount of interest on a $1,000 loan if the rate is 5.5%?

13) Suppose you have $2,500 in a checking account. You make a deposit of $750 on 6/12, write a check on 6/22 for $3,000 and another on 6/25 for $275. Are you overdrawn?

14) Your property taxes went up 15 percent. Before the increase they were $1,200. What are they after the increase?

15) Explain how to find the area of a room. Illustrate with a problem.

16) Your car gets 28 miles per gallon. How far can you go on 9.8 gallons?

17) To four decimal places, what is the value of Pi?

18) Define Pi in words.

19) If a cube is 10 cm long, 8 cm wide and 9 cm deep, what is its volume in the correct units?

20) What’s the formula for the area of a circle?

21) What is the Pythagorean Theorem? Express it as a formula.

22) What are the units for length, mass and volume in the metric system?

23) Give the value of the following prefixes: nano, micro, Milli, centi, deci, deca, he to, kilo, mega, Giga.

24) A kilometer equals what decimal equivalent of a mile?

25) Define a rational number.

26) What are superscripts that indicate the power to which a number must be raised.

27) What is scientific notation? Write 3,330,500 as scientific notation.

28) Name 3 kinds of graphs.

29) How are averages found? What is the average of this set of numbers? 55, 67, 98, 44, and 37?

30) Define probability. What’s the probability that an event will occur, if the event takes place 60 times put of 300?

31) Algebraic equations allow for the solution of an unknown. Suppose 22x = 66. Solve for

32) Define geometry. Who was Euclid and what was his contribution to mathematics?

33) Define Trigonometry.

34) Define sin, tangent, cosine, secant.

35) Define calculus.

36) Calculus is divided into two categories: what are they?

37) Who invented calculus?

38) Define Fibonacci numbers.

39) The square root of a negative number is ______________.

40) Multiplying two negative numbers together produces a ______________number.

560-WHAT IS CHEMISTRY?… is the study of matter, its properties, how and why substances combine or separate to form other substances, and how substances …Chemistry is a branch of science dealing with matter, its composition, its structure and the changes it undergoes during physical and chemical reactions or interactions.

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1) Define an element and a molecule and explain the difference.

2) How does a compound differ from a mixture?

3) What is the basic building block of matter?

4) Give the location, charge and relative mass of a proton, neutron and electron.

5) Who formulated the modern periodic table of the elements.

6) Explain the difference between the atomic number and the atomic weight.

7) What information does a chemical formula give you?

8) Give the chemical formulas for these 8 common substances…water, carbon dioxide, sugar, salt, carbon monoxide, oxygen, sand, drinking alcohol, hydrogen peroxide and Rust.

9) what is the difference between a chemical change and a physical change?

10) Differentiate between an exothermic and an endothermic reaction.

11) Define matter.

12) What comprises the nucleus of an atom?

13) What are the chemical symbols for the following common elements: hydrogen, sodium, lead, carbon, aluminum, iron, gold, silver, Mercury, helium, chlorine, potassium and uranium.

14) What is an isotope?

15) An atom becomes an ion as a result of what occurrence?

16) What distinguishes an organic compound from other compounds?

17) What is the difference between an ionic and a covalent compound and give an example of each.

18) What is pH?

19) What is the pH of water…of an acid…of an alkaline solution?

20) A salt is typically a _____________united with a _____________.

21) Name 3 inert gases. Why are they call this and what is another name for them?

22) Define allotrope and give an example.

23) Ninety nine percent of the earth’s atmosphere is composed of these two gases. Name them. Give the percentages of these gases.

24) What is combustion?

25) When a substance burns in air, what gases are normally released.

26) If combustion taking place in air is incomplete, what gas is released?

27) When elements combine in a chemical reaction, how are electrons effected?

29) How is the movement of molecules affected when the substance is cooled?

30) When a material melts, it is said to undergo what kind change?

31) How does Anti-freeze work?.

32) What are the characteristics of a polar and a non-polar molecule and two examples of each.

33) Why is water called the universal solvent?

34) When one substance dissolves in another, it is said to be, what?

35) The application of heat causes the atoms of most substances move faster and spread apart. Thus the material is what?

36) Why does water bead up on a waxed surface?

37) Why don’t water and oil mix?

38) Describe the difference between physical properties and chemical properties.

39) What are the 3 states of matter?

40) What’s the difference between an ionic, covalent and hydrogen bonds?

41) if an atom of an element contains 12 protons and 11 neutrons its atomic mass is what?

42) If atom loses 3 electrons, it will have a _______________electrical charge.

43) Define the mole.

44) What is Avogadro’s number?

561- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS BIOLOGY?…Biology is the science of life. Biologists study the structure, function, growth, origin , evolution and distribution of living organisms…The cell is the basic unit of life, genes, composed of DNA are the units of heredity and evolution is the mechanism by which new species are created.
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1) What is protoplasm?

2) What is the control center of the cell is called?

3) What are similar cells comprise of?

4) What makes up an organ?.

5) Sub-cellular bodies within the cells are______________. Name one.

6) Name 4 characteristics of living organisms.

7) What is an autotroph and a heterotroph and give an example of each.

8) The largest taxonomic classification of living entities is what?

9) The process by which life appeared in the primordial soup from chemicals in the seas billions of years ago is called _________________.

10) What is metabolism?

11) The process by which plants capture energy from the sun is called ______________.

12) Animals break down __________________to obtain energy to sustain functions.

13) Animals breathe in _____________ and release _________________.

14) Plants take in the gas _____________ and release ________________.

15) In the evolutionary scheme, reptiles gave rise to ______________.

16) True or false, monkeys were the ancestors of modern man.

17) The green pigment in plants is _______________.

18) The area in which an animal lives is its ________________.

19) The well-know acronym, DNA, stands for _________________.

20) DNA’s chief function is to carry out _____________.

21) Explain the difference between viruses and bacteria.

22) Which one of the above is treated with antibiotics?

23) List 4 traits of mammals and name 4 mammals.

24) Explain why a whale is NOT a fish.

25) A butterflies belong to what class?

26) To which genus and species do humans belong.

27) What is the largest organ in the human body?

28) What is a nerve cell called?

29) What is the iron-containing pigment in the blood called?

30) Excess energy is stored in the body as _________________.

31) Food energy is measured in units called __________ and an adult man requires about how many per day?

32) Excretory organs are the _______________.

33) Explain why sharks are not true fish.

34) The light sensitive layer at the rear of the eyeball is the _____________ and the two types of receptors are _____________& ______________.

35) Name the four chambers of the heart.

36) Why are elevated levels of cholesterol unhealthy?

37) What are the two blood pressure readings called? What is the average reading?

38) Explain why viruses are considered to be on the boundary between living and non-living.

39) The membrane that allows the exchange of gases and nutrients between the mother and the fetus is the ____________.

40) Humans shared 98% of our DNA with with animal?

562-MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS PSYCHOLOGY?…Psychology is the study of behavior and mind, embracing all aspects of human experience. It is an academic discipline and an applied science which seeks to .

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1. The word “psychology” is derived from what Greek words. What is the meaning of each root?

2. In 1694, the word psychology was first used by whom in The Physical Anatomy Dictionary?

3. Broadly speaking, psychology is the study of what two aspects of the human experience?

4. One who practices psychology is called by what title?

5. Practitioners are categorized into what 3 major groups?

6. Practitioners delve into many areas of the human experience. Name 6 of these areas.

7. Many practitioners in their therapeutic efforts, act as this type of health professional.

8. Name 3 ancient civilizations that pursued psychology from a philosophical perspective.

9. What Ancient Greek physician stated that mental disorders were the result of physical and not supernatural causes?

10. What ancient civilization concluded that the brain was the center of intelligence and sensation?

11. Explain the difference between psychology and Parapsychology.

12. Give two subtopics of parapsychology.

13. Why have some asserted that psychology is not a “hard science”, like chemistry and physics.

14. What does a neuropsychologist do?

15. What was Paul Broca’s important contribution to psychology?

16. Who classified humans into four behavioral groups based on ethnicity?

17. Name the four groups and give this investigators description of each.

18. What was Pavlov’s contribution to psychology?

19. Describe his experiment.

20. Define phobia.

21. What is cognitive psychology?

22. Name four areas that cognitive psychology is concerned with.

23. Cognitive bias is analogous to what?

24. What is confirmation bias?

25. How does a psychoanalyst practice his craft?

26. Who was the arguably the most pre-emanate psychoanalyst?

27. What two methods is the above person noted for?

28. What early Swiss psychiatrist promoted and expanded the theory of collective unconsciousness?

27. What approach emphasizes a person’s basic drive towards self-actulaization?

28. Freud believed that personality was based on the interplay of what three facets of the mind?

29. Briefly describe each of the three.

30. What is the unconscious mind?

31. What is a “Freudian slip”?

32. Name 5 basic drives of animals and humans.

33. What does CBT stand for?

34. What is the the test which employs ink blots?

35. What is IQ a measure of?

36. Typically, a psychiatrist will use what two modalities to improve a patient’s mental state.

37. Define schizophrenia.

38. What is anxiety?

39. What is paranoia

40. How are psychological mysteries solved?

41. How did human nature evolve?

42. Why do people blush?

43. Why do we care about what others think about us?

44. Why do people fall in love?

45. Why are some relationships successful and others fail?

46. How do people get their personality?

47. Why are siblings different?

48. What is self-esteem?

49. Why do we have emotions?

50. What are subliminal messages?

51.Why are some people narcissist?

52. What are psychic abilities?

53. Why don’t adolescence act like adults?

54. How are women and men different?

55. What makes people unhappy?

56.What is stress?

57. Why do we dream?

58. Why do people make mountains out of mole hills?

59. Why is self-control so hard for some people?

60. Why do we forget things?

563- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS COMPUTER SCIENCE?…Computer science is the scientific and practical approach to computation and its applications…

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1. What is a an APP?

2. Explain the difference between a BYTE and a BIT.

3. The Computer’s CHIP, is its “brains”, and is sometimes referred to as what? Hint: Initials are CPU.

4. What does a DRIVER do?

5. Most computers have EXPANSION SLOTS. What is their purpose?

6. When should you FRAGMENT your hard drive? What does this mean?

7. How many bytes are in a GIGABYTE?

8. What is stored on a computer’s HARD DRIVE?

9. Where would you find an ICON and what good is it to the user?

10 What sort of programs usually require a JOY STICK?

11 How many bytes are in a KILOBYTE?

12. To LOAD a program on to your computer is to do what?.

13.RAM is a type of computer MEMORY. What does RAM stand for?

14. Bytes are moved from
The hard drive to RAM very quickly, in NANOSECONDS. What is a NANOSECOND?

15. Name two types of OPERATING SYSTEMS. How do they function in the computer?

16. What does the acronym PC stand for. PC’s compete with what other widely sold computer platform.
17. QUICKTIME enables you to do what on a computer?

18. Explain what a router does.

19. What is the function of a SERVER?

20. Distinguish between SOFTWARE and the computer’s hardware.

21. What is a TROJAN HORSE?

22. An UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SOURCE a safe guard against what kind of problem?

23. Explain how a computer VIRUS is analogous to a biological virus.

24. In the 90’s, WINDOWS replaced what operating system on IBM/PC machines?

25. What is WI-FI?

26. YAHOO is a search engine. Name another popular search engine.

27. What is 8bit? – Computer Hope?

28.What is .8bit, 32-bit, 64-bit Processors?

29. .What do you mean by 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit microprocessor?

30.-What was The World’s First Nine Dollar ComputerYouTube?

31. What is a  computer chip | electronics |

32. .How do they make Silicon Wafers and Computer Chips? – YouTube

33..What is a Transistor?

34. How Does a Transistor Work? – YouTube

35. .What Is Nanotechnology?

36. .What is a Search Engine?

37. What is Nanotechnology. This Video Will Blow Your Mind – YouTube

38. What is silicon chip?

39. How do they make Silicon Wafers and Computer Chips? – YouTube

40. What is HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)?

41. What are Keyboard Symbols | Computer *** – Signs & Symbols?

42. What is an e Mail Server and How Does it Work? (

43..How your email server works – YouTube

44. . How does the Internet work?

45. Who invented the internet?

46. What is.ARPAnet – the team behind the internet – YouTube

47. .What Are Logarithms? –

48. What is.Base Ten Definition – Mathematics ?

49. Base 10 Number System – YouTube

50. .What is a .Binary number?

51. What is computer science?

52 What is the history of computer science?

53. Is Computer Science a good major? – YouTub

54. What is an algorithm and why should you care? | Intro to Algorithms

564- A MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS WORLD  HISTORY?…is a study of historiography that was written by the English historian E. H. Carr…Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it…World history is a subject that embraces all humanity, not just certain nations, ethnic groups, or civilizations.

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  1. What is history?
  2. Why should we study history?
  3. What is World History?
  4. Who was H. G. Wells?
  5. Who wrote the Outline of History?
  6. Why is an Outline of History important?
  7. When people stopped being hunters and gathers about 10,000BC and settled down to farming, how did this change history forever?
  8. What was the Stone Age?
  9. What was the River Valley Civilization?
  10. How did Hammurabi Code of Law change History?
  11. What was the Greek Civilization?
  12. What was the enlightenment of the Buddha?
  13. What was the Roman Empire?
  14. Who was Confucius and how did he make and change history?
  15. Who was Jesus Christ?
  16. What was the Rise of Christianity and the Fall of Rome?
  17. How did Solon make history?
  18. What was Feudalism and the Age of Faith?
  19. How did Hippocrates make history?
  20. How did Caesar crossing the Rubicon make history?
  21. How did Medieval Towns Grow?
  22. Who was Constantine?
  23. How did the Prophet Muhammad change history?
  24. What was the Byzantine Empire?
  25. What was the Moslem Empire?
  26. What was the Russian Empire?
  27. How did the founding of a University in 1088 change history?
  28. What was the Civilization in India 2200 B.C to1700  A. D.?
  29. What were the achievements of China and Japan from 2000 B.C to 1644 A..D.?
  30. Who was Dante?
  31. What was the Black Death?
  32. Who was Christopher Columbus?
  33. What were the Native Cultures in Africa and America 800 B. C. to1532 A. D.?
  34. What did Michelangelo contribute to history?
  35. What was the Renaissance 1300-1650?
  36. Who was Erasmus?
  37. How did Martin Luther change history?
  38. What was the Reformation 1309-1648?
  39. How did the defeat of the Spanish Amanda change history?
  40. What was the Age of Discovery 1450-1750?
  41. What was Civilization in India?
  42. What were the early achievements of China and Japan ?
  43. What were the Native Cultures of Africa and Americas?
  44. Why was the Battle of Vienna important?
  45. Why was the Battle of Lexington important?
  46. Where did the Renaissance begin?
  47. What was the Reformation?
  48. What was the Age of Discovery?
  49. What was the Power Struggle of European Kings?
  50. What was the Age of Science and Reason?
  51. What was the Age of Democratic Revolution?
  52. What was Western Civilization?
  53. What was the Reaction and Revolt after Napoleon?
  54. What was the Growth of Nationalism and Democracy?
  55. Who was Adam Smith?
  56. Who was Louis Pasteur?
  57. What was the Industrial Revolution?
  58. What was the Movement of Social Protest?
  59. Who was Christopher Columbus?
  60. What were the Emergence of New Nations?
  61. What was the Triumph of Imperialism?
  62. What impact did the Archduke Ferdinand of 1914 have on the world?
  63. What was World War One?
  64. What was the League of Nations?
  65. What was the Versailles Treaty?
  66. Who were the Wright Brothers and what did they do of importance?
  67. What was the Russian Revolution of 1917?
  68. Who was Karl Marx?
  69. Who was Woodrow Wilson?
  70. What was the Great Depression?
  71. Who was Franklin D. Roosevelt?
  72. Who was Adolf Hitler?
  73. What was World War Two?
  74. What was the first Atomic Bomb?
  75. What was the Surrender of Japan?
  76. What was the Marshall Plan?
  77. What was the Cold War?
  78. Who was Mikhail Gorbachev?
  79. What was the China Revolution of 1949?
  80. Who was Mao Tse-Tung?
  81. What was the Korean War?
  82. What was Vietnam War?
  83. Who was John F. Kennedy?
  84. What was the Cuban Missile Crisis?
  85. What was the Iranian Revolution?
  86. What was the First Gulf War?
  87. What was September 9/11?
  88. Who was Osama bin Laden?
  89. Who is Al-Qaeda?
  90. What was the Second Iraq War?
  91. Who is ISIS?

565 MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS GEOGRAPHY?…Geography is the study of Earth’s landscapes, peoples, places and environments…and its place in our solar system…Geography is the study of life on the surface of the earth. Historically it has consisted of two main branches, human geography and physical geography.

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1.What is Geography?

2. How many planets are in our solar system and name them?

3.What is special about planet earth?

4.How many continents are there and  name them?

5. How many ocean are there, name them?

6. What is the difference in a sea and an ocean?

7. What are the longest rivers on planet earth?

8. What are the five tallest mountains?

9.How many countries on the continent of North America, name them?

10. How many countries are there on the continent of South America, name them?

11 How many countries are there on the continent of Africa?

12. How many countries are there on the continent of Europe?

13.  How many countries are there on the continent of Asia?

14.  How many countries are the on the continent of Australia?

15. How many countries are there on the continent of Antarctic?

16. How many countries are there on planet earth?

17. How many countries are members of the United Nations?

18. What countries are not members of the United Nations?

19. What is the definition of a country?

20. What are the 20 largest countries in the world?

21. What are the capitols of the ten largest countries in the world?

22 What countries are members of NATO?

23. What is the purpose of NATO?

24. How far is the earth from the Sun?

25. How fast is the speed of light?

26.Name the ten tallest mountains?

27. Name ten of the largest lakes?

28. Name three Canals?

29. What is a Dam?

30. What is a levee?

31. What is a Gulf?

33. What is longitude?

34. What is Latitude?

35. What is your geographical  address where ever you are?

36. What is weather?

37. What is Climate?

38. How does geography control the economy?

39. What is geothermal energy.?

40. How does geography control population?

41. How does agriculture drive population?

42. Is nature separate from humanity?

43.How do humans affect the land, water, and air?

44. What is the Biosphere?

45. What elements make up the Atmosphere?

46. What is a map maker called?

47. What is cartography?

48.What is the history of map making?

49. What is adaptation geography?

50. What is human geography?

51. How many people are living on planet earth 2016?

52 How can population growth be contained?

53. How many more people can planet earth house and feed?

54.What is geographical determinism?

55. What is Anthropocene?

56. How has civilization affected climate change?

57. How have humans affected global land change?

58. What is the geography of diseases?

59. What is political geography of ecology?

58. What causes global poverty?

59. What is the new Global Economy?

60. What is the migration conundrum?

61. What is the Geography of Language?

62. What is Culture Geography?

62. How can we deal with future Geographical Problems?

63.Why is Geography about much more than just naming countries of the world?

64. Take a good look at global map and a flat global may, how are they different?

65. What is a pandemic?

66. How does geography play a roll in controlling Global diseases?

67. How does the World Health Organization use geography to fight diseases?

566. MAJOR SUBJECT..WHAT IS GEOLOGY?..Geology is the study of the earth (geo means earth, and ology means study of). This is a very simple definition for something so complex…

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  1. What are the seven layers of the atmosphere?
  2. What is the biosphere?
  3. What is the earth’s crust?
  4. What is the mantel of the earth?
  5. What is the outer core of the earth made of?
  6. What is the core of the earth made of?
  7. What are tectonic plate and how many major plate are there?
  8. What are subduction zones and how do they work?
  9. What is the ocean floor?
  10. What are mountain ridges?
  11. What is ocean ridges
  12. What is the ring of fire?
  13. What are volcanoes?
  14. What causes earth quakes?
  15. What is the ocean salty?
  16. Was the earth born out of the sun?
  17. What is a tsunami?
  18. How old is the earth?
  19. How does the sun affect the earth?
  20. What creates the magnetic field of the earth?
  21. What is a fault?
  22. What is a volcano?
  23. What is the Coriolis effect?
  24. Have the magnet poles reversed?
  25. What is difference in lava, ash and magma?
  26. What was the break-up of Pangaea?
  27. What is horizontal movement of earth’s crust plates?
  28. What is continental drift?
  29. What is the geological history of North America?
  30. How fast does the earth turn?
  31. How fast is the earth moving around the Sun?
  32. How far is the earth from the sun?
  33. How fast is the solar system moving?
  34. What causes ice and glaciers?
  35. What is an ice age?
  36. How hot is the solid core of the earth and how hot is the liquid core?
  37. How thick is the solid core of the earth and how thick is the liquid corer?
  38. Where does the earth get its heat?
  39. How does the earth keep it all together since it is rotating?
  40. What roll does gravity play?
  41. How much of earth is covered by water, deserts and mountains?
  42. How are rivers and streams created?
  43. What is a lake?
  44. What is the difference in an ocean and a sea?
  45. What is a canal?
  46. How is oil made?
  47. What is the difference in an ocean and a gulf?
  48. Why does the dead sea have so much salt?
  49. What is the tilt of the earth?
  50. What is a rock?
  51. What kind of rocks are there?
  52. How are rocks made?
  53. How thick is the earth’s crust and what ios iot made of?
  54. What is the mantel and how thick is it?
  55. How was the grand canon formed?
  56. How are mountains formed?
  57. What is erosion?
  58. What is mud?
  59. What causes mud slides?
  60. Describe how the earth works?
  61. What impact has geology had on history?
  62. How has geology dated the earth?
  63. How thick is a tectonic plate?
  64. How are minerals the building blocks of rocks
  65. What roll does magma play in building rocks?
  66. What happens when continents collide?

567-MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS ASTRONOMY?…astronomy is the study of the sun, moon, stars, planets and other objects and phenomena in space. It has a long, rich history..

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1. List five different kinds of objects that make up the solar system.

2. How far is the sun from the earth?

3. What is a light year? How many miles in one?

4. Which planet is known as earth’s twin?

5. In what year did humans step onto the moon?

6. What is the star, besides the sun, closest to the earth? How far away is it?

7. Compare the size of the moon to that of the earth.

8. The sun produces energy by what nuclear process?

9. How many earths would fit inside the sun?

10. Explain why stars twinkle but planets don’t.

11. What is the name of the galaxy nearest earth and how far away is it?

12. What is a galaxy?

13. Explain the difference between a solar and a lunar eclipse.

14. What is a sidereal day?

15. What makes it necessary to add one day every four years…leap year?

16. What happens at the vernal and and autumn equinox?

17. What is the largest planet in the solar system?

18. What caused craters on the moon and why do we have so few of them on earth?

19. Explain what causes the ocean tides?

20. As the earth orbits the sun, why doesn’t it fly off into space?

21. How would you describe the universe?

22. How long does it take the moon to orbit the earth?

23. Explain what causes the moon’s phases.

24. What is the age of the cosmos?

25. How old is the earth?

26. What is a super nova? What of astronomical significance happened in 1054 AD?

27. Stars convert which element to what other element to produce energy?

28. What is the Milky Way?

29. What are the brightest and most distant objects in the universe?

30. What is an eclipsing binary?

31. How is it possible that the astronauts in the space station are weightless, given that they are only 250 miles above the earth and NOT outside the earth’s gravity?

32. What is the diameter of the “visible universe”?

33. The sun is said to be a second or third generation star. What is meant by that?

34. What makes the planet Venus so uninhabitable?

35. How do the force of gravity, as well as light and radiation, decrease with the distance from the source?

36. What causes a meteor to glow brightly when it enters the earth’s atmosphere?

37. What is SETI?

38. Explain what “red shift” is.

39. Who discovered that the universe is expanding.

40. How Do We Measure the Distance to Stars?

41.Who was Edwin Hubble?

42. What is the Hubble Telescope?

43. What Galaxy is Earth in?

44. What are the many kinds of Galaxies?

45. What are some mysteries of deep space?

46. What is an expanding Universe?

47. What are echoes of the Big Bang Theory?

48. How do scientist date the beginning of the Universe?

49. What are the Suns and Stars?

50. How is a Star born?

51. What are the life and death of a star?

52. What are Neutron and Pulsar Stars?

53. What are Black Holes?

54. What is Dark Matter?

55. What are Clusters of Stars?

56. What is Planet Mercury?

57. Why is Venus called the Hell Planet?

58. Why is Earth the Life Giver Planet?

59. Why is the no life on the Moon?

60. Why is Mars called the Red Planet?

61. What are Asteroids?

62. Is Jupiter the largest planet in our Solar System?

63. What are the rings around Saturn?

64.What is Ultraviolet Light?

65. Why is the Planet Uranus tilted?

67. Why is Neptune call he outermost giant planet?

68. Why is Pluto called a Dwarf Planet?

69. What are Comets?

70. What is your Theory of the Universe?



568- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS WEATHER?…Weather is the state of the atmosphere, to the degree that it is hot or cold, wet or dry, calm or stormy, clear or cloudy.

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1. What is the name given to the study of weather?

2.What is the atmosphere?

3. What is the biosphere?

4.What is an ecosystem?

5. In the northern hemisphere, high pressure systems rotate in which direction?

6. What is the dew point?

7. Define humidity?

8. When the dew point is the same as the temperature, what is likely to happen?

9. Name 4 cloud types based on their shape and/or altitude.

10.What causes weather?

11. At an altitude of 18,000 feet, how much of the atmosphere is below you?

12. What instrument measures atmospheric pressure?

13. When the atmospheric pressure is on the rise, it’s generally an indication that what kind of weather is about to arrive?

14. What is the movement of air called?

15. If the air pressure at point A is lower than at neighboring point B, which direction will the air move?

16. What is a typical atmospheric pressure reading and what units is it measured in?

17. What is a millibar?

18. What is the difference between sleet and freezing rain?

19. What is condensation?

20. What is evaporation?

21. Explain why 90 degrees in a dessert environment may feel comfortable, while the same temperature in a swamp may be VERY UNcomfortable.

22. Explain how sweating cools the body.

23. What is the difference between a tropical and a sub-tropical climate?

24. What is the Gulf Stream and how does it affect weather.

25. What is El Niño?

26. What instrument measures wind speed?

27. Explain how clouds form.

28. What is NOAA?

29. Describe a marine climate and where in the US is it found?

30. How would you define a dessert?

31. What is a tundra?

32. Explain why winter brings cold weather.

33. Which warms and cools more quickly…land masses or large bodies of water.

34. Define compressional heating.

35. Name 4 kinds of weather fronts.

36. Echoes on radar usually means what?

37. The first day of winter is known as what?

38. What are the westerlies?

39. What are trade winds?

40 What happens when water vapor changes to liquid an heat is released?

41.How doers the sun drive the hydrology cycle?

42. Where did the water on earth come from?

43. How do streams shape the land?

44.What is ground water?

45. What do shore lines produce?

46. Why does the earth wobble?

47. What are glaciers?

48. What causes short term and long term climate change?

49. What effect do humans have on climate change?

50. What is the greenhouse effect?

51. What are some renewable sources of energy?

52. How can volcanoes effect the weather?

53. What is a hurricane?

54. How can an asteroid striking the earth effect the weather?

54. Where do weather people get their information for making a weather forecast?

55.What is tornado?

56. What is lightening?

57. What is a hail storm?

569.-MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY?.. The term was probably coined by Pythagoras… a search for knowledge and wisdom…

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  1. What is philosophy?
  2. Who was Socrates?
  3. Who was Plato?
  4. Who was Aristotle?
  5. Did the Greeks invent philosophy?
  6. Who was Pythagoras?
  7. Is Herodotus the lamp of history?
  8. What is truth?
  9. What is virtue?
  10. What was Plato’s Republic about?
  11. What is Justice?
  12. What was Hippocrates ‘s science of life?
  13. What were Aristotle’s’ ideas on knowledge?
  14. What is Metaphysics?
  15. What were Aristotle’s ideas on friendship?
  16. What is the  philosophical Rule of Law?
  17. Who were the Stoics?
  18. How did Roman Law affect the whole-wide world?
  19. Who was Augustine and what were his thoughts on human nature?
  20. What was Islam philosophy?
  21. What is Secular Philosophy?
  22. What was the philosophy of a University?
  23. What are the experiential sciences?
  24. What was the Theory of Natural Law?
  25. When did the Renaissance really begin?
  26. How were Witches burned to save them?
  27. Who was Francis Bacon and his Philosophy of experience?
  28. Who was Descartes and his Philosophy of Reasoning?
  29. What was the Hobbes Social Machine?
  30. Why was Newton call the Saint of Science?
  31. What was Locke’s science of the mind?
  32. What was the challenge of materialism?
  33. What was Hume’s pursuit of happiness?
  34. What was the Scottish school of Thomas Reid?
  35. What was the relationship of Philosophy and France?
  36. What are the Federalist Papers?
  37. What was Kant’s Philosophy on Freedom?
  38. What is the philosophy of moral science and the Natural World?
  39. What was the philosophy of Hegel?
  40. What was the Aesthetic Movement?
  41. Who was the philosopher, Nietzsche?
  42. Who was the Liberal philosopher, J . S. Mills?
  43. What was Darwin’s philosophy on Nature’s Purposes?
  44. What was Marxism Philosophy?
  45. What was the philological world of Freudian?
  46. What was the pragmatic philosophy of William James?
  47. Who was Wittgenstein?
  48. What did Alan Turing have to do with the philosophy of the computer?
  49. What is the philosophy of a good life?
  50. What is the philosophy of Ontology?
  51. What is the philosophy of science?
  52. What is the philosophy of psychology/
  53. What is the philosophy of mind?
  54. What makes a problem moral?
  55. What is a just war?
  56. What is the philosophy of law?
  57. What is the philosophy of beauty without an observer?
  58. Is there a God?

570. MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS AMERICAN HISTORY?…The date of the start of the history of the United States is a subject of debate among historians. Older textbooks start with the arrival of Christopher Columbus on August 3, 1492 and emphasize the European background, or they start around 1600 and emphasize the American frontier.

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  1. Who were the early explorers of the North America Continent?
  2. Who were the Norse Sailors?
  3. What was the Northwest Passage?
  4. Who was Leif Ericson?
  5. Who was Amerigo Vespucci?
  6. Who was America Ponce die Leon?
  7. Who was Christopher Columbus?
  8. Who was Ferdinand Magellan?
  9. Who was Hernando Cortes?
  10. What was the Aztecs Civilization?
  11. What was  the Maya Civilization?
  12. What was the Colonial Period?
  13. What was James Town, Virginia?
  14. What were the names of the thirteenth English Colonies?
  15. What kind of governments did the English colonies have before the Revolution?
  16. What was the French and Indian War 1754-63?
  17. Were all of the colonies interested in the revolution at the time it started?
  18. What was the Stamp Act?
  19. What was the Townsend Act?
  20. What was the Tea Tax?
  21. What was the Boston Tea Party?
  22. What led up to the Declaration of Independence?
  23. What was the Declaration of Independence?
  24. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
  25. What was the first Continental Congress?
  26. What were the Articles of Confederation?
  27. What was the Constitutional Convention?
  28. Who was Ethan Allen?
  29. What was the Revolution?
  30. What country helped the Colonies win the war?
  31. What was the Constructional Convention?
  32. What was the Constitution of the USA?
  33. Who wrote the Constitution?
  34. What year was the Constitution ratified?
  35. What is the Bill of Rights?
  36. Who was George Washington?
  37. Who was John Adams?
  38. Who was Alexander Hamilton?
  39. Who was Thomas Jefferson?
  40. Who was Thomas Paine?
  41. What were the Federalist Papers?
  42. Who was John Jay?
  43. Who was James Madison?
  44. Who was Ben Franklin?
  45. Who was the First President of the USA?
  46. How were the views of Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson different on the Constitution?
  47. What were the first political parties?
  48. What is the difference in the belief of a Conservative and a Liberal?
  49. Which political party representative each above idea today 2016?
  50. What did President Jefferson (the third President) do of great importance, name ten?
  51. What was the War of 1812?
  52. Who was the Fifth President and what did he do of Importance?
  53. Who was the Seventh President of the USA and why was he important?
  54. What was Manifest Destiny?
  55. What was the Mexican-American War?
  56. What were the four campaign promises that James K. Polk made and kept?
  57. What was Slavery?
  58. What were the Lincoln- Douglas Debates?
  59. Who were the Afro-Americans?
  60. What caused the Civil Wart?
  61. Who was Abraham Lincoln?
  62. Who was General Lee?
  63. Who was General Gran
  64. What was the Morrell Act, known as The Land-Grant College Act?
  65. What was the Pacific Railroad Act
  66. What was the Gettysburg Address?
  67. What was the The Land-Grant College Act?
  68. What was the Pacific Railroad Act?
  69. When did General Lee Surrender?
  70. Who assassinated President Lincoln?
  71. What is Imperialism?
  72. What was the Spanish-America War?
  73. Who was Theodore Roosevelt?
  74. What is Progressivism?
  75. Who was Woodrow Wilson?
  76. What was the First World War?
  77. What was the League of Nations?
  78. What was the Versailles Treaty?
  79. Who was Herbert Hoover?
  80. What was the Great Depression?
  81. Who was Franklin Roosevelt?
  82. What was the New Deal First Phase?
  83. What was the New Deal Second Phase?
  84. Who was Adolf Hitler?
  85. What was World War Two?
  86. Who was Harry Truman?
  87. How were the first Atomic used?
  88. What was the Marshall Plan?
  89. What was the Cold War?
  90. What is NATO?
  91. Who was John F. Kennedy?
  92. What was the Cuban Missile Crisis?
  93. Who was Lyndon Johnson?
  94. What was the Vietnam War?
  95. What was the Civil Rights Bill?
  96. What is Medicare?
  97. Who was Richard Nixon
  98. Who was Gerald Ford?
  99. What was the Iranian Revolution?
  100. Who was Jimmy Carter?
  101. Who was Ronald Reagan?
  102. Who is George H. Bush?
  103. What was the First Gulf War?
  104. Who is Bill Clinton?
  105. What was the Impeachment?
  106. What was Welfare Reform?
  107. What was 24 Million New Jobs?
  108. Who was Monica Lewinsky?
  109. Who is George W. Bush?
  110. What was September 9/11?
  111. Who was Osama bin Laden?
  112. Who killed Osama bin Laden?
  113. Who was AL-Qaeda?
  114. Who is ISIS?
  115. Who is President Obama?

571. MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS ENGLISH LITERATURE?…English literature is generally seen as beginning with the epic poem Beowulf, the most famous work in Old English, which was written in England some time between the 8th and the early 11th century.[1] Despite being set in Scandinavia, Beowulf has become a national epic of England.

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  2. What is Beowulf?
  3. Who was Jane Austen?
  4. Who was William Blake?
  5. Who was Geoffrey Chaucer?
  6. Who was William Shakespeare?
  7. Who was John Donne?
  8. Who was Charles Dickens?
  9. Who was George Eliot?
  10. Who was John Milton?
  11. Who was George Orwell?
  12. Who was Harold Pinter?
  13. Who was Samuel Taylor Coleridge?
  14. Who was John Bunyan?
  15. Who was Daniel Defoe?
  16. Who was Jonathan Swift?
  17. Who was Samuel Richardson?
  18. Who was Henry Fielding?
  19. Who was Mary Shelley?
  20. Who was Thomas Love Peacock?
  21. Who was Emily Bronte?
  22. Who was William Thackeray?
  23. Who was Nathaniel Hawthorne?
  24. Who was Lewis Carroll?
  25. Who was Mark Twain?
  26. Who was Robert Lewis Stevenson?
  27. Who was Jerome K. Jerome?
  28. Who was Arthur Cowan Doyle?
  29. Who was Oscar Wilde?
  30. Who was Stephen Crane?
  31. Who was Bram Stoker?
  32. Who was Theodore Dreiser?
  33. Who was Rudyard Kipling?
  34. Who was Jack London?
  35. Who was Frederick Rolfe?
  36. Who was Kenneth Grahame?
  37. Who was HG Wells
  38. Who was Ford Maddox?
  39. Who was Somerset Maugham?
  40. Who was Edith Wharton?
  41. Who was James Joyce?
  42. Who was Sinclair Lewis?
  43. Who was EM Forster?
  44. Who was Anita Loos?
  45. Who was Virginia Woolf?
  46. Who was F. Scoot Fitzgerald?
  47. Who was Sylvia Townsend?
  48. Who is Earnest Hemmingway?
  49. Who is Aldous Huxley?
  50. Who was Stella Gibbons?
  51. Who was John Steinbeck?

572.. MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS AMERICAN LITERATURE?…The New England colonies were the center of early American literature. The revolutionary period contained political writings by Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Paine. In the post-war period, Thomas Jefferson‘s United States Declaration of Independence solidified his status as a key American writer. It was in the late 18th and early 19th centuries that the nation’s first novels were published…

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  2. Who was John Smith and what did he write?
  3. Who was William Penn and what did he write?
  4. Who was the first real American Writer?
  5. Who was William Faulkner and what did he write?
  6. Who was George Orwell, explain something he wrote?
  7. Who was Mark Twain, name three things he wrote and read one of them?
  8. Who was Earnest Hemingway, read the SUN ALSO RISES?
  9. Who was Thomas Payne, read COMMON SENSE?
  10. Who was Thomas Jefferson, what did he write?
  1. Who wrote the Federalist Papers?
  2. Who was Waldo Emerson, read SELF RELIANCE?
  3. Who was David Thoreau, name two of his writings?
  4. Who was Nathaniel Hawthorne?
  5. Name an Afro-American Writer?
  6. Who was the first American Woman writer?
  7. Who was Ellery Chaining, what were some of her writing?
  8. Who was Margaret Fuller?
  9. Who was John Brown?
  10. Who was Fredrick Douglass?
  11. Who was Emily Dickinson?
  12. Who was Walt Whitman?
  13. Who was John Steinbeck?
  14. Who was Horace Mann?
  15. Who was John Dewey?
  16. Who was Henry James?
  17. Who was Harriet Beecher Stowe?
  18. Who was Herman Melville?
  19. Who was Henry James?
  20. Who was Edith Wharton?
  21. Who was Stephan Crane?
  22. Who was Theodore Dreiser?
  23. Who was Eugene O’Neill?
  24. Who was Tennessee Williams?
  25. Who was Mark Twain?
  26. Who was Arthur Miller?
  27. Who was Henry Miller?
  28. Who was Harper Lee?
  29. Who was Norman Mailer?
  30. Who was Joseph Heller?
  31. Who was John Updike?
  32. Who was Vonnegut Jr.?
  33. Who was Phillip Roth?
  34. Who was Sinclair Lewis?
  35. Who was Gore Vidal?
  36. Who was Ray Bradbury?
  37. Who was Truman Capote?
  38. Who was Louisa May Alcott?
  39. Who was Alice Walker?
  40. Who was Frank Baum?
  41. Who was Stephen King?
  42. Who was Ayn Rand?
  43. Who was Pearl S. Buck?
  44. Who was Alex Haley?
  45. Who was Carl Sandburg?
  46. Who was Willa Cather?

573. MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS ORGANIC CHEMISTRY?…Organic chemistry is a chemistry sub-discipline involving the scientific study of the structure, properties, and reactions of organic compounds and organic materials.

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  2. What is Carbon?
  3. What is Oil?
  4. What are Hydrocarbons?
  5. What kind of products are made from oil?
  6. What is the definition of Chemistry?
  7. Why is Carbon the only element with its own branch of Chemistry?
  8. What are the five branches of Chemistry
  9. What makes carbon the best element for building structures?
  10. What is an element?
  11. Who was Dmitri Mendeleev?
  12. What is the Periodic Table of Elements?
  13. Who was Democritus?
  14. What is a Molecule?
  15. What is a compound?
  16. What is urea?
  17. Why is carbon better than silicon for structure?
  18. What is Valence?
  19. What is Co valence?
  20. How many bonds does carbon have?
  21. How do you draw chemical structures?
  22. How do you draw chemical reactions?
  23. What is acid-base chemistry?
  24. What is Stereo-chemistry?
  25. What is Molecular Hardedness?
  26. What are Alkalies?
  27. What are Cyclic Alkanes?
  28. What are Alkenes?
  29. What are Alkynes?
  30. What are Alkyl Halides?
  31. What are Substitution Reactions?
  32. What are Elimination Reactions?
  33. What are Addition Reactions?
  34. What is an Alcohols?
  35. What is an Ether?
  36. What is an Aldehyde?
  37. What is a Ketone?
  38. What are Organic Acids?
  39. What are Organic Esters?
  40. What are Amines?
  41. What are Imines?
  42. What is Synthesis?
  43. What are Nitrites?
  44. What are Amino Acids?
  45. What are Amides?
  46. What are the Diels-Alder Reactions?
  47. What is Benzene?
  48. What are Aromatic Compounds?
  49. What is modifying Benzene?
  50. What is Aromatic Substitution?
  51. What are Sugars?
  52. What are Carbohydrates?
  53. What is DNA?
  54. What are Nucleic Acids?
  55. What are Peptides?
  56. What are Proteins?
  57. How are Metals used in Organic Chemistry?
  58. What are Synthetic Polymers?
  59. What is a UV-Visible Spectroscope?
  60. What is an Infrared Spectroscope?
  61. How do you measure Hardness with Polarimetry?
  62. What is Nuclear Magnetic Resonance?
  63. What are some advanced Spectroscopic Techniques?
  64. What is Purifying by Re-crystallization?
  65. What is Purifying by Distillation?
  66. What is Purifying by Extraction?
  67. What is Purifying by Chromatography?
  68. What do you think is the Future for Organic Chemistry?

574- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS BUSINESS?…A business, also known as an enterprise, agency or a firm, is an entity involved in the provision of goods and/or services to consumers… Businesses buy goods and services and sell them at a price to make a profit. Two talents are needed: you need to be a good salesperson and have a good working knowledge of arithmetic…Bushiness are different than governments: business buy and sell to make a profit, governments encompass all of humanity, they redistribute money so good and services can be directed where needed. Governments can not be run like a business that is why people who have made a lot of money buying and selling at a profit are not well educated enough to run governments.

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  2. What is a Sole Proprietorship?
  3. What is a Partnership?
  4. What is a Business Corporation?
  5. What is a Non-Profit Corporation?
  6. Where do you get a business license?
  7. What is an Assets and Liabilities Spread Sheet?
  8. What is an income outgo spread sheet?
  9. What is a balance sheet?
  10. Where do you get a charter for a corporation?
  11. Where do you get an IRS number?
  12. What kind of soft wear do you need to control your business?
  13. Why is a good knowledge of sixth grade arithmetic important for running a business?
  14. Why is it important to be a good salesperson to run a business?
  15. What is arithmetic?
  16. What is salesmanship or salespersonship?
  17. Who was Percy Whiting?
  18. Who was the greatest salesman?
  19. Look up and down any commercial street, you will find they are all doing the same…describe what they are doing.
  20. Visit any shopping center, what are all the business doing?
  21. Visit an industrial park, are all the businesses making something and selling it for more than it cost to make?
  22. Why do you only need one good idea to make a million that you can make a lot of and sell at a profit?
  23. Isn’t the best way to get into business is to have and idea and start with what you have from where you are?
  24. Why is it important to read Three Steps to Success by James M. Carroll?
  25. Why is it important to read the book that all of today’s rich people have read if you want to get rich: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill?
  26. What is the philosophy Capitalism?
  27. What is the philosophy  Socialism?
  28. What is the philosophy Mixturism?

575-MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS EDUCATION?…Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits.

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  1. Who was Horace Mann?
  2. Who was Thomas Dewey?
  3. Who was William, H. McGuffey?
  4. Who was Confucius?
  5. Who was Aristotle?
  6. Who was Johanna Amos Comenius?
  7. Who was Booker T. Washington?
  8. Who was Noah Webster?
  9. What is Preschool?
  10. What is Kinder Garden School?
  11. What is Elementary School?
  12. What is Middle School?
  13. What is Junior High School?
  14. What is High School?
  15. What is Adult Education?
  16. What are Trade Schools?
  17. What are Private Schools?
  18. What are Church Schools?
  19. What are Communities Colleges?
  20. What is Public Education?
  21. What are Junior Colleges?
  22. What are Colleges and Universities?
  23. What is the National Education Association?
  24. What is the American Federation of Teachers?
  25. What is the Federal Department of Education?
  26. What are State Departments of Education ?
  27. What are City and County Departments of Education?
  28. What are Schools Board?
  29. What are Superintendents of School?
  30. What are Preschool students taught in America?
  31. What are students in America taught in Kindergarten?
  32. What are students taught in elementary school?
  33. What are students taught in middle school?
  34. What are students taught in junior high school?
  35. What are students taught in high school?
  36. What are students taught trade schools?
  37. What are students taught in communities colleges?
  38. I am not going to ask what they are taught in colleges and universities?


576-MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS ECONOMICS?…Economics is the social science that describes the factors that determine the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services.

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  1. What is Economics?
  2. What is Capitalism?
  3. What is Socialism?
  4. What is Mixturism? Try this link:Mixturism
  5. What is Production?
  6. What is Distribution?
  7. What is Consumption?
  8. What is Government?
  9. What is Private Enterprise?
  10. What is Public Enterprise?
  11. What is Classical Economics?
  12. Who was Adam Smith?
  13. What is Classical Macroeconomics?
  14. What is Keynesian Economics?
  15. What is Nature’s Basic Law of Economics? Try this link:Mixturism
  16. Who is James M. Carroll? Try this
  17. What is Noe-Classical economics?
  18. What is a Free-Marketed Economy?
  19. What is a State Controlled Economy?
  20. What is a Social Safety Net Economy?
  21. Why is a Social Safety Net so important?
  22. Why is Workers Rights so necessary?
  23. Why are Labor Unions needed?
  24. Why is Universal Health Care Paramount?
  25. What is GNP?
  26. What is GDP?
  27. What is Economic Growth?
  28. 300,000 people retire every month in the USA, and only 150,000 new jobs are needed for people coming into the work force for the first time, why should there be an unemployment problem?
  29. What is the Five Finger Mixturist Agenda for solving economic problems?
  30. Who was Milton Friedman?
  31. Who is Paul Krugman?
  32. why is Natural Resources, People Resources and Money the only real things needed for economic growth and stability?
  33. Why is education the most important part of the economic infrastructure?
  34. Why is Digital University of America an important part of the infrastructure?
  35. Why are the 30 plus essential for living and not just existing so important for everyone?
  36. Why must corporations be for more than just making profit for the share holder?
  37. Isn’t Economics really about the 30 essentials for living?
  38. Why must Business and Governments work together to maintain economic stability?
  39. Why do economies rise ans fall?
  40. What is a successful economic system?
  41. Who was John Kenneth Galbraith?
  42. Who was Roosevelt and the new economic deal?
  43. What is Fast Economic Growth?
  44. How did Japan obtain Fast Economic growth?
  45. What would be a balanced economy in which growth would not be needed to provide full employment?
  46. What are trade deficits?
  47. Who gets the best deal in a trade deficit, the one who gets the most goods or the one who get the most money?
  48. What is an integrated economy?
  49. Why does China create their own money rather than barrow it?
  50. Why does the USA barrow money from China rather than create their own?
  51. How does competition create economic growth?
  52. What is competition?
  53. Why are governments necessary to keep a level playing field?
  54. Why is a balanced money supply necessary?
  55. Why are personal savings important for the economy?
  56. Who was John Maynard Keynes?
  57. Why is Free and Fair Trade so important?
  58. Is getting more bang for the buck always a good idea?
  59. What is a balance of payments?
  60. Why is the World coming to an economic system of Mixturism?
  61. What are the top 10 economies in the world?
  62. Who was David Ricardo?
  63. How do we measure economic growth?
  64. What is the difference in a free market and a state controlled market?
  65. What is the history of economic growth?
  66. What is the difference in an open and closed economy?
  67. What is a global economy?
  68. What is economic corruption ?
  69. What is an underground economy?
  70. What is Nature’s Basic Law of economics?

577- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS SOCIOLOGY?…the study of society; a social science involving the study of the social lives of people, groups, and societies…

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1. The term “sociology” is derived from both Latin and Greek. What literally do the first and second halves of the word mean?

2. Explain what is, in a general sense, studied in the subject area of sociology.

3. Sociology is a social science. How, then, does it differ from the physical or “hard” sciences?

4. What two approaches does a sociologist use to understand trends in sociology?

5. Who was Auguste Comte and what was his contribution to sociology?

6. Both Comte and Karl Marx held their own views on sociology. How were those views different?

7. Name 3 sub topics that the study of this subject brings into clear focus.

8. Sociology commonly involves examining social stratification, secularization, mobility and deviance to name a few. Briefly explain what each of those terms mean.

9. List 5 groups or professions that make use of sociological research data.

10. Sociological data is closely associated with statistics. Explain how.

11. What specific fields of endeavor might a sociologist be involved with.

12. What is meant by positivism and what part did it play in the development of sociology as an academic subject?

13. How did pioneer Max Weber define sociology?

14. Where and when was the first course entitled “sociology” taught,

15. Sociological research usually follows two lines of research. Name them and briefly describe the difference.

16. Explain how or why the ten-year US census consists of raw sociological data.

17. What could you do with a degree in sociology? Name agencies or institutions you might work for.

18. List 3 course titles you would take in a study of sociology.

19.  How might a politician make use of sociological data?

20. How might a criminologist use the data?

21. Societal behavior is dependent on or dictated by primarily 4 factors. Name them.

22. How are sociology and psychology related?


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  2. Why is selling the greatest profession in the world?
  3. Why nothing ever happen until something is sold?
  4. Why can a salesperson always get a job or make their own?
  5. Who was Og Mandine?
  6. Why should you read Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography?
  7. Who was Napoleon Hill?
  8. Why is Think and Grow Rich one of the greatest success books ever written, read it and find out?
  9. Who was Dale Carnegie?
  10. Why is reading How to Win Friends and Influence People worth ten times the time it takes to read?
  11. What is the Philosophy of Salesmanship?
  12. Who was Percy Whiting?
  13. Read the Five Great Rules of Selling.
  14. Who was Earl Nightingale?
  15. Who was Philip Delves Broughton?
  16.  Read Three Steps To Success… Click on this link: 3 Steps to Success.
  17. If you read the books suggested above, you will be rewarded many times over?
  18. The Art of The Deal by Donald J. Trump? you tube
  19. Why is Salesmanship so important to success?
  20. How do you learn to be a great salesman by studying all the great salesman  of the past?
  21. Why is it important for you to get a client to agree to listen to your sales pitch before you start?
  22. Why is it important for you to convince your client that what you are selling will benefit him or her?
  23. Why is important to ask the client to buy after you finish your presentation?
  25. Why should you read THE FIVE GREAT RULES OF SELLING by Percy Whiting?
  26. All success takes THREE STEPS: objective, plan and action; why should you read the book Three Steps to Success by James M. Carroll?
  27. If you want to make a lot of money, why should you read the greatest success book every written: THINK AND GROW RICH by Napoleon Hill?
  28. Isn’t it a fact that everything must be sold to be a success.
  29. Why can a salesman always get a job when other jobs are hard to get?
  30. Show me a person who will go out and tell his or her story to four or five people every day five or six days a week, and I will show you a person who can not fail, Why is that statement true?

579. MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS HEALTH AND MEDICINE ?…The most solid aspects of wellness that fit firmly in the realm of medicine are the environmental health, nutrition, disease prevention, and public health matters …

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1. Give a general definition for DISEASE.

2. What is pathology?

3. Define pathogen.

4. There are four main types of disease. Name them.

5. What is a communicable disease?

6. In addition to bacteria, name 3 agents capable of causing disease.

7. Name 3 non-infectious diseases.

8. Define a chronic disease and acute disease and give two examples of each.

9. Distinguish between an illness, medical condition and a disorder.

10. Define epidemiology.

11. Contrast morbidity and mortality.

12. What is a syndrome?

13. How is a mental illness different from an organic disease?

14. Explain incubation and latency period.

15. What is a refractory disease and a degenerative disease?

16. What is the etiology of a disease?

17. Why are cancer, heart disease and mental illness not contagious?

18.  Name 3 risk factor factors for heart disease?

19. What is the medical term for high blood pressure?

20. What do the two numbers used to measure high blood pressure refer to?

21. What is an ideal blood pressure?

22. What is an autoimmune disease? name two.

23. Diabetes is a major health problem affecting millions. Describe what goes wrong when this disease manifests.

24. A high white blood cell count usually indicates what to a clinician?

25. What is COPD and what contributes to it?

26. What is a malignancy and define metastasis.

27. What information does an EKG reveal to a doctor?

28. Name a disease that affects only men.

29. Name a disease that only affects women.

30. What two events happen in asthma that make breathing difficult?

31. What likely occurs in brain tissue to cause multiple sclerosis?

33. What is the most common cause of dementia?

34. What organ in the body is almost never attacked by cancer?

35. What is DVT and what conditions are likeLy to cause it?

36. Name two types of cholesterol and which is most harmful.

37. What is emphysema and what is a major contributor to its development?

38. What blood glucose reading would indicate diabetes?

39. Distinguish between type I and type II diabetes.

40. How often should one have a physical check up?

1. Quote the Hippocratic Oath.

2. Describe the difference between homeopathic medicine and more “traditional ” modern medicine.

3. The title MD we all know stands for Medical Doctor. What does DO stand for, as a title, and what is the difference between an MD and a DO?

4. Distinguish between a doctor as an intern and one as a resident.

5. Where can the consumer find information on a particular Doctor?

6. What two health care practices in medicine are employed to maintain and restore health to the patient?

7. For centuries, the practice of medicine was based on religious and philosophical teachings and to some extent local culture. Why was this not effective?

8. An important part of diagnosing a patient’s problem is taking his/her medical history as well as the medical history of the patient’s family. Why is this so important?

9. One part of the physical exam is auscultation. What is that and what does it indicate to the examining Doctor?

10. List 8 “vital signs”.

11. Cardiovascular assessments focus on what two items?

12. A neurological assessment focuses on 6 areas of interest. Name 5.

13. Lab studies of the patient might include information on which organs or systems.

14. Define diagnosis and prognosis.

15. What institution is the world’s largest non-government provider of medical services?

16. Which is the only developed country to not provide universal health care coverage to its citizens?

17. What privileges does a doctor have that a physician’s assistant does NOT have?

18. Regarding health insurance, what is a deductible and a co-pay?

19. Name 5 medical specialties and explain what each is concerned with.

20. What is a NICU?

21. What do CCU and ICU mean?

22. Why is there an age limit for admitting patients to the neonatal unit?

23. What part of the body does a podiatrist treat?

24. What is epidemiology concerned with?

25. Why is it never a good idea to pressure your doctor into prescribing anti-biotics for you?

26. What is histology all about and why is it important in diagnosing disease?

27. Define pathology.

28. Why is it a great idea to prepare a list of your symptoms before your exam?

29. What is “surgery”?

30. Is an internist likely to treat a broken arm? Why or why not?

31. What’s the difference between an intern and an internist?

32. Who does a pediatrician treat?

33. Who does a geriatrician treat?

34. Name two types of anesthesia. Which one is used in major surgery?

35. What does OB/GYN stand for?

36. Why would a man not go to an OB/GYN doctor?

37. Suppose you have a bad sore throat. What specialist would you want to see?

38. What specialist would diagnose cataracts?

39. What’s the difference between an ophthalmologist and an optometrist?

40. The patient has a right to expect confidentiality from his doctor and the hospital. What legislation guarantees that right?

1. What is good nutrition?

2. Why is the best medicine you can take is at the end of a fork?

3. Why is the statement, you are what you eat, drink and breath, so true?

580. MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS NUTRITION?…Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism. It includes food intake, absorption, assimilation, biosynthesis, catabolism and excretion.

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  1. What is Nutrition?
  2. Why are you what you eat?
  3. Why is the best medicine you can take is at the end of a fork?
  4. What is the food Pyramid Guide?
  5. What is MyPlate Food Guide?
  6. What is the Six Major Nutrients Categories?
  7. What is an atom?
  8. What is a molecule?
  9. What is an element?
  10. What is a compound?
  11. What is carbon?
  12. What is carbon dioxide?
  13. What is chlorine?
  14. What is hydochloric acid?
  15. What is hydrogen
  16. What is iodine?
  17. What is sulfur?
  18. What is oxygen?
  19. What is phosphorus?
  20. What is potassium?
  21. What is a calorie?
  22. What is a kilo calorie?
  23. What is a gram?
  24. What is beriberi and the cause?
  25. What diabetes and the cause?
  26. What is hypertension and the cause?
  27. What is night blindness and the cause?
  28. What is obesity and the cause?
  29. What are rickets and the cause?
  30. What is scurvy and the cause?
  31. What is an amino acid?
  32. What are the 20 amino acids?
  33. which 10 amino acids are essential?
  34. What is cholesterol?
  35. What are the two kinds of fat?
  36. What is glucose
  37. What is glycogen?
  38. What are Minerals?
  39. What is photosynthesis?
  40. What is protein and the foods you can get it?
  41. What are Saturated Fats?
  42. What is starch and food you can get starch?
  43. What are unsaturated Fats?
  44. What are vitamins?
  45. What is cellulose?
  46. What is roughage?
  47. What is water and why should you drink 8 glasses per day?
  48. What is the ultimate source of energy for all plants and animals?
  49. How does the body utilize carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for fuel?
  50. What are the six major foods listed MyPlate Food Guide?
  51. What are the Maximum number of calories you should eat per day?
  52. How many calories are their in a pound?
  53. How many calories should come from fat?
  54. What important nutritional elements do fruits and vegetables provide?
  55. What are good substitutes for meat?
  56. What kind of problems can be caused by eating too much sugar?
  57. Why do you sweat?

581. MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS HUMAN BIOLOGY?…Your body is an amazing system! The human body is made up of groups of organs, called organ systems, that work together to keep the body in balance.

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  1. What is Blood and Lymph?
  2. What is the difference in blood and lymph?
  3. What are some blood diseases?
  4. What are some lymph diseases?
  5. What is plasma?
  6. What are erythrocytes?
  7. What are platelets?
  8. What is a centrifuge?
  9. What is a hematocrit?
  10. What are proteins?
  11. What are antibodies?
  12. What are albumin’s?
  13. What are globulin’s?
  14. What is osmotic pressure?
  15. What are hormones?
  16. What is hemoglobin?
  17. What are veins?
  18. What are arteries?
  19. What are capillaries?
  20. What is anemia?
  21. What is polycythemia?
  22. What is leukemia?
  23. What is vitamin K?
  24. What is a thrombus?
  25. What is a stroke?
  26. What is hemophilia?
  27. What is eryrthropoietin?
  28. What are monocytes?
  29. What are neutropils?
  30. What are Lymphocytes?
  31. What are basophils?
  32. What are eosinophils?
  33. What are red blood cells?
  34. What disease is caused by too many red blood cells?
  35. What disease is caused by to few red blood cells?
  36. What is the main job of white blood cells?
  37. What is the function of platelets?
  38. How long do red blood cells live?
  39. What is the function of the lymph system?
  40. What are the different blood types?
  41. What blood types can you mix?
  42. This is the end of blood and lymph.
  2. Name the parts of a plant cell.
  3. Name the parts of a human cell.
  4. What ios a cell membran4?
  5. What is a mitochondria?
  6. What is the nucleus?
  7. What are ribosomes?
  8. What is chromatin?
  9. What is cytoplasm?
  10. What is protoplasm?
  11. What is cellulose?
  12. What is osmosis?
  13. What is diffusion?
  14. What is mitosis?
  15. What is meiosis?
  16. What is deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)?
  17. What is a gene?
  18. What is the powerhouse of a cell?
  19. What is the hereditary material of a cell?
  20. What are the storage depots of a cell?
  21. What are the properties of a cell that allows some molecules to pass through but stops other?
  22. What is an enzyme?
  23. What is a triplet code?
  24. Described the stages of mitosis.
  25. Who was Robert Hooke?
  2. What is the heart?
  3. What is coronary circulation?
  4. What is portal circulation?
  5. What is pulmonary circulation?
  6. What is renal circulation?
  7. What is systemic circulation?
  8. What is the atrium of the heart?
  9. What is the bicuspid valve?
  10. What is the cardiac?
  11. What is the diastole?
  12. What is the septum?
  13. What are the semilunar valves of the heart?
  14. What is the sinoatrial node of the heart?
  15. What is systole?
  16. What is a tricuspid valve of the heart?
  17. What is a ventricle of the heart?
  18. What is the aorta of the heart?
  19. What is blood pressure?
  20. What is a blood vessel?
  21. What is a capillary?
  22. What is a Cather?
  23. What is catheterization?
  24. What is a pulse of the heart?
  25. What is a vein?
  26. What is the cardiac cycle?
  2. What is the upper digestive track?
  3. What is the lower digestive track?
  4. What is the alimentary canal?
  5. What are the salivary glands?
  6. What are the submaxilary glands?
  7. What is the sublingual gland?
  8. What is the parotid gland?
  9. What is the pharynx?
  10. What is the epiglottis?
  11. What is the esophagus?
  12. What is the cardiac sphincter?
  13. What is the stomach?
  14. What is the small intestine?
  15. What is the duodenum?
  16. What is the jejunum?
  17. What is the ileum?
  18. What are villi?
  19. What is the gall bladder?
  20. What is the liver?
  21. What is the pancreas?
  22. What is the digestive duct?
  23. What is the ileocecal valve?
  24. What is the large intestine?
  25. What is the appendix?
  26. What is the caecum?
  27. What is the ascending colon?
  28. What is the descending colon?
  29. What is the rectum?
  30. What is the anus?
  31. What are the anal sphincters?
  32. What is the bolus?
  33. What is digestive bile?What is saliva?
  34. What is  digestive peristalsis?
  35. What are digestive enzymes?
  36. What is chyme?
  37. What is Feces?
  38. What is diarrhea?
  39. What is diabetes?
  40. What is dysentery?
  2. What are endocrine glands?
  3. What are hypothalamus glands?
  4. What is the pituitary gland?
  5. What is the thyroid gland?
  6. What is the thymus gland?
  7. What is the pineal body?
  8. What are ductless glands?
  9. What are steroids?
  10. What are hormones?
  11. What are enzymes?
  12. What are poly peptides?
  13. What are the parathyroid glands?
  14. What is the pancreas?
  15. What are the islets of Langerhans?
  16. What are adrenal glands?
  17. What are the gonads?
  18. What are receptor site?
  19. What is the permeable membrane?
  20. What is the endocrine gland?
  21. What is the corpus luteum?
  22. What is the follicle?
  23. What is the vasopressin?
  24. What is the oxytocin?
  25. What are glucocorticoids?
  26. What are thyroid stimulating hormone?
  27. What are prolactins?
  28. What is insulin?
  29. What are glucagons?
  30. What is testosterone?What is estrogen?
  31. What is melatonin?
  32. What is a goiter?
  33. What is cushing’s disease?
  34. What is cretinism?
  35. What is graves’ disease?
  36. What is hypothyroidism?
  37. What is hypoglycemia?
  38. What is Addison’s disease?
  39. What is drawfism?
  40. What is gigantism?
  2. What is the urinary system?
  3. What is nitrogenous waste?
  4. What is micturition?
  5. What is urea?
  6. What is a bowman’s capsule?
  7. What is a loop of henle?
  8. What is a glomerulus?
  9. What is a nephron?
  10. What is a collective duct?
  11. What is renal cortex?
  12. What is a renal artery?
  13. What is a renal vein?
  14. What is the medulin?
  15. What is the ureter?
  16. What is the bladder?
  17. What is the renal pelvis?
  18. What is urethra?
  19. What is the urinary orifice?
  20. What is osmotic balance?
  21. What is tubular secretion?
  22. What is tubular re absorption?
  23. What is filtration?
  24. What is homeostasis?
  25. What are aldosterones?
  26. Wis renin?
  27. What is angiotensin?
  28. What is vasopressin?
  29. What is nephritis?
  30. What is edema?
  31. What are kidney stones?
  32. What is uremia?
  33. What is toxicity?
  34. What is diabetes insipidus?
  35. What is diabetes mellitus?
  36. What is dialysis?
  37. What is fanconi’s syndrome?
  38. What is alport’s syndrome?
  2. What are neurons?
  3. What is the central nervous system?
  4. What is the peripheral nervous system?
  5. What is the autonomic nervous system?
  6. What is the parasympathetic nervous system?
  7. What is the sympathetic nervous system?
  8. What are ganglions?
  9. What is an effectror gland?
  10. What is a synapse?
  11. What is action potential?
  12. What is a reflex arc?
  13. What is a dendrite?
  14. What is a nerve?
  15. What is an axon?
  16. What is a neurotransmitter?
  17. What are schwann cells?
  18. What is depolarization?
  19. What is synaptic vesicle?
  20. What is a presynaptic cell?
  21. What is a postsynaptic cell?
  22. What are sensory neurons?
  23. What are motor neurons?
  24. What are interneurons?
  25. What is myelin?
  26. What is a myelin sheath?
  27. What is a node of ranvier?
  28. What is saltatory conduction?
  29. What is a synapticgap?
  30. What is cytoplasm?
  31. What is a acetyicholine?
  32. What is a receptor?
  33. What is metabolism?
  34. What is a hormone?
  35. What is a ventricle?
  36. What is the cerebellum?
  37. What is the medulla oblongata?
  38. What is the cerebrum?
  39. What are ponds?
  40. What are corpuscallosum?
  41. What is the cerebral hemisphere?
  42. What is the brain-stem?
  43. What is white matter?
  44. What is gray matter?
  45. What is cerebrospinal fluid?
  46. What is the thalamus?
  47. What is the spinal chord?
  48. What is limbic system?
  49. What is the retina?
  50. What is cochlea?
  51. What is olfactory center?
  52. What are taste buds?
  53. What are touch receptors?
  54. What is the sixth sense?
  1. What is the Reproductive System?
  2. What is male reproduction?
  3. What is female reproduction?
  4. What is sexual reproduction?
  5. What are gametes?
  6. What is a penis?
  7. What are testes?
  8. scrotum?
  9. What are sperms?
  10. What is semen?
  11. What is seminal fluid?
  12. What are seminiferous tubules?
  13. What is a epididymis?
  14. What are vase efferentia?
  15. What is a vas deferens?
  16. What are seminal vesicles?
  17. What is the prostate gland?
  18. What are Cowper’s glands?
  19. What is inguinal canal?
  20. What is the urethra?
  21. What is flagellum?
  22. What is testosterone?
  23. What are interstitial cells?
  24. What are the ovaries?
  25. What are fallopian tubes?
  26. What is the uterus?
  27. What is the corpus luteum?
  28. What is the vagina?
  29. What is the cervix?
  30. What is the vulva?
  31. What is ovulation?
  32. What is ova?
  33. What is menstruation?
  34. What is progesterone?
  35. What are estrogens?
  36. What is fertilization?
  37. What is a zygote?
  38. What is an embryo?
  39. What is a fetus?
  40. What is a cesarean section?
  41. What is an amniocentesis?
  42. What is the placenta?
  43. What is the amnion?
  44. What is the amniotic fluid?
  45. What is heredity?
  46. What is gene?
  47. What are chromosome?
  48. What is Meiosis?
  49.  What are diploid number?
  50. What are haploid numbers?
  51. What dominant gene?
  52. What is recessive gene?
  53. What is taysachs disease?
  54. What is albinism?
  55. What is down’s syndrome?
  56. What is hunting disease?
  57. What is sickle cell anemia?
  58. What is cystic fibrosis?
  59. What poly cystic disease?
  2. What is the breathing process?
  3. What are some diseases and disorders of the respiratory system?
  4. What are the nasal nares?
  5. What is the pharynx?
  6. What  is the larynx?
  7. What is the trachea?
  8. What is the pleura?
  9. What is the bronchi?
  10. What is the bronchial rami?
  11. What are the bronchi oles?
  12. What is the medulla?
  13. What is the diaphragm?
  14. What are the alveolis?
  15. What is cartilage?
  16. What are intercostal muscles?
  17. What carotid arteries?
  18. What is the mouth?
  19. What are capillaries?
  20. What are blood vessels?
  21. What is an artery?
  22. What is a vein?
  23. What si the nasal cavity?
  24. What is lactic acid?
  25. What are turbinate bones?
  26. What is mucus?
  27. What is tidal volume?
  28. What is complemental volume?
  29. What is residual volume?
  30. What is asthma?
  31. What is emphysema?
  32. What is cystic fibrosis?
  33.  What is tuberculosis?
  34. What is pneumonia?
  35. What is bronchitis?
  36. What is an allergy?
  37. What is asbestosis?
  38. hat is black lung?
  39. What is influenza?
  40. What is a common cold?
  41. What is pleurisy?
  42. What are the sinusitis?
  43. What is cancer?
  44. What is sudden infant death syndrome?
  45. What is choking?
  46. What is silicosis?
  47. What is hyper ventilation?
  1. What are touch receptors?
  2. What are taste buds?
  3. What are olfactory receptors?
  5. What is deafness?
  6. What are decibels?
  7. What is otitis media?
  8. What is frequency?
  9. What is the auditory nerve?
  10. What are the eustachian tubes?
  11. What is the basliar membrane?
  12. What is the organ of cor-ti?
  13. What is the oval window?
  14. What is the cochlea?
  15. What is the stirrup?
  16. What is the ear anvil?
  17. What is the ear hammer?
  18. What is ossicles?
  19. What is tympanum?
  21. What is glaucoma?
  22. What are cataracts?
  23. What is opaque structure?
  24. What is macular degeneration?
  25. What is astigmatism?
  26. What is focal point?
  27. What is myopia?
  28. What is hyperopia?
  29. What is presbyopia?
  30. What is accommodation of the eye?
  31. What is refraction?
  32. What is photo pigment?
  33. What is the blind spot?
  34. What is the optic nerve?
  35. What are ganglions?
  36. What are the bipolar neurons?
  37. What is the fovea centralis?
  38. What are cones?
  39. What are rods?
  40. What is the retina?
  41. What is the choroid coat?
  42. What is the aqueous humor?
  43. What is the vitreous humor?
  44. What is the iris?
  45. What is the cornea?
  46. What is the sclera?
  47. What are lens?
  48. What are the eyes
  51. What are  striated muscles?
  52. What are smooth muscles?
  53. What are cardiac muscles?
  54. What is the skeleton?
  55. What are fibrils?
  56. What are myofibrils?
  57. What is actin?
  58. What is myosin?
  59. What What are sarcomeres?
  60. What is sarcoplasmic?
  61. What is T-tuble?
  62. What are synapse?
  63. What are neurotransmitters?
  64. What are acetylcholines?
  65. What is adenosine triphosphate?
  66. What is collagen?
  67. What is the humerus?
  68. What is scapula?
  69. What is the ulna?
  70. What radius?
  71. What is a flexion?
  72. What is the endo skeleton?
  73. What are osteocytes?
  74. What is matrix?
  75. What are haversian canals?
  76. What the periosteum?
  77. What is marrow?
  78. What is cartilage?
  79. What is synovial fluid?
  80. What are tendons?
  81. What is point of origin?
  82. What is point of insertion?
  83. What are ligaments?
  84. What is tendinitis?
  85. What is arthritis?


582. MAJOR SUBJECT…HOW TO USE A PERSONAL  COMPUTER?…A computer is a device that can be instructed to carry out an arbitrary set of arithmetic or logical operations automatically. Their ability to follow a sequence of operations, called a program, make computers very flexible and popular. Such computers are used as control systems for a very wide variety of industrial and consumer devices. This includes simple special purpose devices like microwave ovens and remote controls, but more importantly in general purpose devices like personal computers and mobile devices. The internet is run on computers, and connects millions of these other computers.

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  1. How do you learn how to use a personal computer?
  2. What is the QWERTY touch type system?
  3. What is one hand touch typing?
  4. What is hunt and peek typing?
  5. What are different methods of typing?
  6. What are basic computer skills orientation…you tube?
  7. How to learn computer basics tutorial for beginners…you tube?
  8. What is computer hardware?…you tube
  9. What is computer soft wear? you tube
  10. What is a floppy disk?
  11. How do you keep from  loosing what you have typed?
  12. What does each symbol on the personal computer mean?…you tube
  13. Where you place each finger on  the key board of computer ?…Wikipedia
  14. What are the symbols you see on the computer screen? you tube
  15. What are the symbols you see on the screen of the personal computer? Wikipedia
  16. Why is it important to protect your computer from viruses and malicious software?
  17. Where can you get anti-virus software?
  18. What are the names of four anti-virus software companies?
  19. How often should you check for viruses?
  20. Why is it important to defragment your hard driver?
  21. To access the internet, whom must you contact?
  22. What does a wireless router do?
  23. What is a browser?
  24. What are the names of three different browsers?
  25. Where can you get a browser?
  26. What is an operating system?
  27. What are some operating systems for a PC computer?
  28. What are some operating systems for an Apple computer?
  29. What are APPS?
  30. Where can you get Apps?
  31. What device should you have to protect your computer from lightening strike?
  32. If storing video files or lots of pictures are important, what component of the computer should be as large as possible?
  33. If speed is important,what two features are important to maximize speed?
  34. On both Apple and PC computers there are right click and left click, what are the reasons to use each?
  35. Coping and pasting are two important functions of the computer, how do you use each?
  36. What does in-home WI-Fi enable you to do?
  37. What is Wikipedia?
  38. What is You Tube?
  39. What is the internet and how does it work?
  40. What is a sever?
  41. What is a domain name?
  42. What is an email server?
  43. How do you set up Facebook?
  44. How do you set up a Twitter Account?
  45. Hoe do you set up a pay pale account?
  46. How do you use Micro soft ware?

583. MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS?…Real estate is “property consisting of land and the buildings on it, along with its natural resources such as crops, minerals or water; immovable property of this nature; an interest vested in this (also) an item of real property, (more generally) buildings or housing in general. Also: the business of real estate; the profession of buying, selling, or renting land, buildings or housing.”[1] It is a legal term used in jurisdictions such as the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, India, Pakistan, Australia, and New Zealand

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  1. What does a real estate agent do?
  2. How do you get a real estate license?
  3. What is a listing agent?
  4. What is a buyers agent?
  5. Can you own a real estate business with out being a licensed agent?
  6. Can a real estate business be run with out a broker?
  7. What is a real estate broker?
  8. How do you get a real estate broker license?
  9. Why do ten percent of real estate agent sell ninety percent of all the real estate?
  10. Why do 90 percent of real estate agents fail?
  11. Why do you need to be a good sales person to be successful in the real estate business?
  12. Why are you taught in real estate school the rules for getting a license only?
  13. Why should you also do a major in WHAT IS SALESMANSHIP?–  if you major in Real Estate?
  14. What is a real estate commissioner?
  15. What is a local real estate association?
  16. What is a state real estate association?
  17. What is the National Real Estate Association?
  18. What is a Quick Claim Deed?
  19. What kind of real estate deeds are there?
  20. What is a fee tail deed?
  21. What is a warranty deed?
  22. What is Tenant-In-Possession deed?
  23. What is a real estate listing?
  24. Can a real estate agent pay for a listing?
  25. Can a real estate agent talk to a property owner about listing their property if it is already listed by another real estate agency?
  26. When can a real estate agent place his or her real estate sign on a piece of property for sale?
  27. What is the HUD settlement statement?
  28. What is the Fair Housing Act?
  29. Where can you take a course to get a real estate license?
  30. Why do states require that you take an approved course  on real estate before you can take the test for a license?
  31. Why do states want you to know their rules for buying and selling real estate?
  32. Where can you find sample questions for the real estate test?
  33. Remember that a real estate course doesn’t teach you how to be a salesman, but the Real Estate Commissioner Rules you will need to learn to get a license.
  34. If you want to be a successful real estate salesman, you have to be a good salesman?
  35. Why must you read a lot of books and listen to a lot of successful sales people of the past and present on how to be a good salesman?
  36. If you don’t want to be a sales person, you might as well forget about being successful at anything since everything must be sold?
  37. If you learn to be a good sales person, you will never be without a job or being able to have other people help you reach any goal you choose.
  38. You can be a real estate agent, but you must be a salesman to be a successful real estate agent.
  39. If you own a Real Estate Business, you have to be able to sale other sales people to work with you.
  40. All of the above questions and statements require that you write an essay on each.

584.  MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS A GENERAL CONTRACTOR?…A general contractor is responsible for providing all of the material, labor, equipment (such as engineering vehicles and tools) and services necessary for the construction of the project. The general contractor hires specialized subcontractors to perform all or portions of the construction work…Responsibilities may include applying for building permits, securing the property, providing temporary utilities on site, managing personnel on site, providing site surveying and engineering, disposing or recycling of construction waste, monitoring schedules and cash flows, and maintaining accurate records.[4]

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  1. Who can be a general contractor?
  2. How do you get into the building business?
  3. How do you get a general contractors license?
  4. Can you be your own general contractor?
  5. Do general contractors really build anything or do sub-contractors really do the building?
  6. How many different kind of sub-contractors does it take to build a family home?
  7. Why is it important to check with the metro planning agency before buying a piece of property to build on?
  8. Why is it important to check with the EPA before buying a piece of property?
  9. Why is it important to know what you want to do with a piece of property before buying it?
  10. Why is it important to check out all the buildings codes before buying a piece of property?
  11. What is The National Association of Contractors?
  12. What is a State Association of Contractors?
  13. What is a Local Association of Contractors?
  14. What is a Quick Claim Deed?
  15. What is a Fee Tail Deed?
  16. What is a warranty deed?
  17. What is title insurance
  18. What is a Tenant-In-Possession Deed?
  19. How many Kinds of deeds are there?
  20. What is a title company?
  21. Does a general contractors need to know something about real estate?
  22. What is a draftsman?
  23. What is a civil engineer?
  24. What is a structural engineer?
  25. What are house or building plans?
  26. What is an electrician?
  27. What is a plumber?
  28. What is a backhoe operator?
  29. What is an heating air condition?
  30. What is a Carpenter?
  31. What are sheet rocker hangers?
  32. What is  a painter?
  33. What is a building framer?
  34. What is a floor tile layer?
  35. What is a carpet layer?
  36. What is a trim carpenter?
  37. What is a brick mason?
  38. What is a concrete finisher?
  39. What is an insulation person?
  40. What is concrete?
  41. What is a window and door hanger?
  42. What is a roofer?
  43. What is a cubic yard of concrete?
  44. How many square feet of four inches thick will a cubic yard of concrete pour?
  45. What are footers of a building?
  46. What are steel hangers?
  47. What is a crane?
  48. What is a surveyor?
  49. What is a blue print?
  50. What is a building engineer?

585- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS PUBLIC SPEAKING?…Public speaking (sometimes termed oratory or oration) is the process or act of performing a presentation (a speech) focused around an individual direct speech to a live audience in a structured, deliberate manner in order to inform, influence, or entertain them. Public speaking is commonly understood as the formal, face-to-face talking of a single person to a group of listeners. It is closely allied to “presenting”, although the latter is more often associated with commercial activity. Most of the time, public speaking is to persuade the audience.

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  1. In Public Speaking, why is it important to tell people what you are going to tell them, tell them what you said you were going to tell them and then tell them what you told them?
  2. Why is it important to only deal with one subject in a speech?
  3. Why is it never a good idea to stray from what you told you audience you were going to tell them?
  4. What is Toastmasters?
  5. Why should you join a local Toastmasters club if you want to learn to be a good speaker?
  6. Who was Dale Carnegie?
  7. Why should you take the Dale Carnegie Speech Course if you want to be a good speaker?
  8. What are10 Public Speaking Tips from Dale Carnegie You Can Use Today?
  9. How did Warren Buffet overcome his fear of public speaking?
  10. How do you over come obstacles in public speaking?
  11. Why do you need to practice your delivery in public speaking?
  12. Why do you need to be yourself in public speaking?
  13. Why do you need to be humorous in public speaking?
  14. Why do you need to make your speech a story?
  15. How do you build a logical case in public speaking?
  16. How do you paint a picture in public speaking?
  17. How do you focus on your audience in public speaking?
  18. How do you share a vision in public speaking?
  19. How do you change minds and hearts in public speaking?
  20. How do you call for positive action in public speaking?
  21. Who was Martin Luther King?
  22. Who was Mark Anthony?
  23. Who was  Rev.Billy Graham?
  24. Who was Patrick Henry?

86- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS BOTANY?…Botany, also called plant science(s), plant biology or phytology, is the science of plant life and a branch of biology. A botanist or plant scientist is a scientist who specializes in this field. The term “botany” comes from the Ancient Greek word βοτάνη (botanē) meaning “pasture“, “grass”, or “fodder“; βοτάνη is in turn derived from βόσκειν (boskein), “to feed” or “to graze”.[1][2][3] Traditionally, botany has also included the study of fungi and algae by mycologists and phycologists respectively, with the study of these three groups of organisms remaining within the sphere of interest of the International Botanical Congress. Nowadays, botanists study approximately 400,000 species of living organisms[4] of which some 260,000 species are vascular plants and about 248,000 are flowering plants.[5]

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  1. What is Botany?
  2. What is a Botanist?
  3. What can you do with a major in botany?
  4. What is the Botanical Society?
  5. What is a plant?
  6. How many different  plants are there?
  7. What does the Botanist learn from studying plants?
  8. What types of plants can you grow in a hydroponic system?
  9. What is Botany a branch of?.
  10. What is the difference in the cell structure of plants and animals?
  11. What are Eukaryotic Cells?
  12. What are Chloroplasts?
  13. What is photosynthesis?
  14. What is rthe sources of energy for plants?
  15. Could you say that everything is born out of the sun?
  16. Are plants the beginning of the food chain?
  17. What is the Stoma?
  18. What is the Matrix in the mitochondria?
  19. How is the cell wall of plants structured?
  20. What percentage of plants are made of water?
  21. What are the Vacuoles of plant cells?
  22. What does the nucleus of plant cells contain?
  23. What is a cell?
  24. What are the parts of a plant?
  25. What is an arboretum?
  26. What What is the Cytoplasm of a plant?
  27. What is the Mitochondria of a plant cell?
  28. What is the cell wall of a plant made of?
  29. What is the cell membrane of a plant?
  30. Where is the nucleus of a plant cell located?
  31. What are the difference in animal, bacteria and plant cells?
  32. What are plant viruses?
  33. What is alive?
  34. Are plant or animal viruses alive?
  35. What are the 15 difference-in plants and animals cells?
  36. What is Biological Taxonomy?
  37. What are the five Kingdom Systems of Biological Classification?
  38. Who was Robert Whittaker?
  39. What is Cellulose?
  40. What is Murein?
  41. What are Plasmids?
  42. What are Ribosomes?
  43. What is DNA?
  44. What is Protein Synthesis?
  45. Who was Robert Hooke?
  46. Who was Jakob Schleiden and Theodor Schwann?
  47. Who was Buckminister Fuller and his relationship to the cell?
  48. How long has the cell bacterium been around?
  49. Are Viruses alive?
  50. How do viruses reproduce?
  51. What are-the 7 Characteristics of Life: ?
  52. Define Virion?
  53. What are plant Viruses?
  54. What is an annual plant?
  55. How does an annual plant reproduce?
  56. What is a perennial plant?
  57. How do perennial plants reproduce?
  58. How does lawn grass grow back after being cut off?
  59. How do plants die in the winter and grow back in the spring?
  60. How do plants prepare for winter

587- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS ZOOLOGY?…Zoology or animal biology is the branch of biology that relates to the animal kingdom, including the structure, embryology, evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals, both living and extinct, and how they interact with their ecosystems.

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  1. What is Zoology?
  2. What are dictionary definitions of Zoology?
  3. What is a Zoologist?
  4. What is an Ecosystem?
  5. What is Animal Biology?
  6. Are Humans Animals?
  7. How are Animals Classified?
  8. What makes an animal an animal?
  9. Why do animals of like kind flock together?
  10. Why do Birds of Feather flock together?
  11. What is a Mammal?
  12. Did all Animals evolve the same way?
  13. What is the Structure of the Animal Kingdom?
  14. What can you do with a degree in Zoology?
  15. What is ecology?
  16. What is Animal behavior>
  17. What is Mammology?
  18. Whats the difference between animals and mammals?
  19. What is Wildlife Rehabilitation?
  20. If you were working at the Zoo, what would you need to know about an elephant?
  21. If you were working as a Marine Biologist, what would you need to know about a Killer Whale?

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588- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS POLITICAL SCIENCE?…Political science is a social science discipline that deals with systems of government, and the analysis of political activity and political behavior.[1] It deals extensively with the theory and practice of politics which is commonly thought of as determining of the distribution of power and resources. Political scientists “see themselves engaged in revealing the relationships underlying political events and conditions, and from these revelations they attempt to construct general principles about the way the world of politics works.”[2] Political science is related to and draws upon the fields of economics, law, sociology, history, philosophy, geography, psychology, and anthropology.

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  1. What is Political Science?
  2. What is politics?
  3. What is government?
  4. What is the Constitution of the United States of America?
  5. What are the three branches of USA Government?
  6. What does each branch of the USA Government do?
  7. What are the Two Major Political Parties of the Usa?
  8. What does Each political party of the USA stand For?
  9. What is a Liberal?
  10. What is a Conservative?What is an Independent?
  11. What is a Socialist?
  12. What is a Capitalist?
  13. What ius a Mixturist/
  14. What is Mixturism?
  15. What is Socialism?
  16. What is Capitalism?
  17. What is Communism?
  18. What is dictatorship?
  19. What is Nationalism?
  20. What is the KKK?
  21. What is the National Debt?
  22. What is the Federal Reserve?
  23. How are candidates selected to run for political office?
  24. How long are terms for the house of Representative in the USA Congress?
  25. How long is the term of USA senators?
  26. How long is the termof the President of the USA?
  27. How many terms can the President of the USA serve?
  28. How many Supreme Court Justice are there of the USA?
  29. How long are Supreme Court Justices appointed for?
  30. Name the Supreme Court Justice?
  31. What is meant by political correct?
  32. What does it mean to do what is politic?
  33. What is the philosophy that the Democratic Party is promoting?
  34. What is the philosophy that the Republican Party is promoting?
  35. What is the philosophy of Mixturism?
  36. How far back can you go to find Politics?
  37. What is Plato’s Republic?
  38. What is Aristotle’s Politic?
  39. How do Political Party politics effect the distribution of resources in a community?
  40. How do Political Parties force their own views on a community?
  41. Do you think that the political party in power should have control over what gets voted on in Congress?
  42. Why shouldn’t the Minority Party get an up or down vote on the Majority of the Minority’s ideas?

589- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS AGRICULTURE?…Agriculture provides most of the world’s food and fabrics. Cotton, wool, and leather are all agricultural products. Agriculture also provides wood for construction and paper products. These products, as well as the agricultural methods used, may vary from one part of the world to another.

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  1. What is Agriculture?
  2. When did the human race settle down to farming and domesticating animals?
  3. How did the Great Event of Farming change History forever?
  4. What is Agriculture Science?
  5. How did the invention of the horse collar change agriculture?
  6. Why is horse power superior to ox power?
  7. How did the turning plow improve agriculture?
  8. How is Wagon power  superior to sled power?
  9. How did tractor power improve agriculture?
  10. What is the FFA?
  11. What can you do with a degree in Agriculture?
  12. What are natural resources?
  13. What is horticulture?
  14. What is animal science?
  15. What are soils and pesticides?
  16. What are food syste
  17. What kind of salary can a person expect with a degree in agriculture?
  18. What is a diary farmer?
  19. What are the kinds of machinery used in agriculture?
  20. What are planting seasons?
  21. How many pounds of grain does it take to produce a pound of meat?
  22. Name the top ten grains used in America?
  23. What are the top 20 selling vegetables in America?
  24. What are the top 15 fruits grown in America?
  25. What percentage of people engaged in agriculture before the Civil War?
  26. Why was the South more suited for Agriculture than the North?
  27. What were the two most important crops of the South before the Civil War?
  28. What is Biofuel?
  29. How is Ethel Alcohol Made?
  30. Where are the most fruits and vegetables we buy at the grocer store grown?
  31. What are seed?
  32. Can you grow vegetable from the fruits you buy at the Grocer store?
  33. What is the most important thing you need to know about being a framer?
  34. What is soil?
  35. What is fertilizer?
  36. Why is it important to know when to planr seed?
  37. What is the American Farm Bureau?
  38. What is an Agriculture Agent?
  39. What are Animals, Plan ts, and Fungi?
  40. What is Industrial Farming?
  41. What crops do Dairy Farmers Grow?
  42. What is Silage?
  43. Name ten domesticated animals?
  44. Name 15 different meats you can buy at the grocer store.?
  45. How do you grow beef cattle and what do you feed them?
  46. What do you fed Chickens?
  47. What do you feed hogs?
  48. What is a County Agent?
  49. Can you get good information from a county agent about farming?
  50. Will Agriculture Department of you local University give you good information on any subject about Agriculture?
  51. Where can you find the answer to any Agriculture  question from planting season to harvest?

590- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS GOVERNMENT?…A government is the system by which a state or community is controlled.[1] In the case of this broad associative definition, government normally consists of legislators, administrators, and arbitrators. Government is the means by which state policy is enforced, as well as the mechanism for determining the policy of the state.Forms of government, or forms of state governance, refers to the set of political systems and institutions that make up the organization of a specific government.

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  1. What are dictionary definitions of Government?
  2. What is a Mayor of a city Government?
  3. What is a Vice Mayor?
  4. What is a City Council?
  5. What is a Police Department?
  6. What is a City Tax Department of Government?
  7. What is a School Board?
  8. What is a superintendent of Schools?
  9. What is the Department of Utilities?
  10. What is the Department of streets and Sewers?
  11. What is a Fire Department?
  12. What is a County Sheriff?
  13. What is a Deputy Sheriff?
  14. What is a County Judge?
  15. What is a General Session Court?
  16. What is ts the Prosecution Attorney?
  17. What is a Criminal Court?
  18. What is a County Court Clerk?
  19. What is a Registrar of Deeds?
  20. What is the Tax Accessory?
  21. What is a Metro Planning Commission?
  22. What is a Governor of a State?
  23. What is a Lieutenant Governor?
  24. What is the State Legislation?
  25. What is a Secretary of a State  of a state Government?
  26. What is the Department of Education of a state?
  27. What is the National Guard?
  28. What is a Highway Patrol?
  29. What is the Highway Commissar?
  30. What is the State Supreme Court?
  31. What is a State Attorney General?
  32. What is the Department of Insurance and Banking?
  33. What is the Real Estate Department?
  34. What is the Department of Contractors?
  35. What is the Department of Taxation?
  36. What is Property Takes?
  37. What is a Sales Tax?
  38. What is the Department of Revenue?
  39. What is the Constitution of the United States of America?
  40. Name the Tree Branches of Government?
  41. What is the President?
  42. What is the Vice President?
  43. What is the House of Representatives?
  44. What is the Senate?
  45. What are the 27 Amendments to the Constitution?
  46. Name the 15 Departments of Government?
  47. What is the Supreme Court?
  48. Name the members of the Supreme Court?
  49. What is an Income Tax?
  50. What is Corporation Tax?
  51. What is a Dictatorship Government?
  52. What is a Democratic Government?
  53. What is Colonialism?
  54. What is Imperialism?
  55. What is Capitalism?
  56. What is Socialism?
  57. What is Mixturism?
  58. How would ytou describe a Government?

591-MAJOR SUBJECT…What is Art? (Russian: Chto takoye iskusstvo is a book by Leo Tolstoy. It was completed in Russian in 1897; but first published in English due to difficulties with the Russian censors. Tolstoy cites the time, effort, public funds, and public respect spent on art and artists as well as the imprecision of general opinions on art[3] as reason for writing the book. In his words, “it is difficult to say what is meant by art, and especially what is good, useful art, art for the sake of which we might condone such sacrifices as are being offered at its shrine..

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  1. What is Art?
  2. What are some dictionary definitions of Art?
  3. Who was Leo Tolstoy?
  4. What is Painting?
  5. What is Sculpture?
  6. What are the different types of sculpture?
  7. Who was Micheal Angelo?
  8. What is a famous painting of Micheal Angelo?
  9. What are some famous sculptures of Micheal Angelo?
  10. Who was John James Audubon?
  11. Who painted Blue Boy?
  12. Name ten famous painters?
  13. Name five famous sculptors?
  14. What is Pottery?
  15. How old is art?
  16. What should an educated person know about Art?
  17. What is Greek Art?
  18. What is Roman Art?
  19. What is Byzantium Art?
  20. What is Egyptian Art?
  21. What is Islam Art?
  22. What is Italian Art?
  23. What is African Art?
  24. What is Japanese Art?
  25. What is China Art?
  26. What is Russian Art?
  27. What is India Art?
  28. What is Mongol Art?
  29. What is European Art?
  30. What is Pottery Art?
  31. What is Painting Art?
  32. What is the Art of showmanship?
  33. What is Sculptor Art?
  34. What is Architectural Art?
  35. What is Building Art?
  36. What is a Musical Artist?
  37. What is the Art of Speaking?
  38. What is the Art of Salesmanship?
  39. What is the Art of Medicine?
  40. What is the Art of any Profession?

592-MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS MUSIC?…Music is an art form and cultural activity whose medium is sound and silence. The common elements of music are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), rhythm (and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation), dynamics (loudness and softness), and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture (which are sometimes termed the “color” of a musical sound). Different styles or types of music may emphasize, DE-emphasize or omit some of these elements.

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  1. What is Music?
  2. Why is Music called Art form and Cultural activity?
  3. Why is Music’s medium called sound and silence?
  4. Why are the common elements of music called  Pitch, melody,Harmony, Rhythm, Tempo, Meter, articulation, dynamics, timbre, and Texture?
  5. What are some dictionary definitions of Music?
  6. What is the history of Music?
  7. Is the piano really the king of all musical instruments?
  8. Who was Beethoven?
  9. Who was Johann Sebastiano Bach
  10. Who was  W. A. Mozart?
  11. Who was Leonard Bernstein?
  12. What is classical Music?
  13. What is Orchestra Music?
  14. What is popular music?
  15. What is country music?
  16. What is Rock Music?
  17. What is Blues Music?
  18. What is Jazz Music?
  19. What is Opera Music?
  20. What is Band Music?
  21. What is Music Theory?
  22. Why is it important to learn how to read music?
  23. What is the music Staff?
  24. What is the Treble Clef and Staff?
  25. What is the Bass Clef and Staff?
  26. What are Whole, Half, and Quarter Notes?
  27. What are Measures, Bar Lines, and Double Bar Lines?
  28. What are note Values and Time Signatures?
  29. What are Quarter, Half, and Whole Rest?
  30. What is Two Four Time?
  31. What is Three Four Time?
  32. What is Four Four Time?
  33. What is a Dotted Half Note?
  34. What are Ties and Slurs?
  35. What are Repeat Signs in Music?
  36. What are First and Second endings in music?
  37. What are Eighth Notes in Music?
  38. What are Eighth Rest in Music?
  39. What are Dotted Quarter Notes?
  40. What are Flats in Music?
  41. What are Sharps in Music?
  42. What are Naturals in Music?
  43. What are Circle of Fifth?
  44. What are the Major Flat Keys?
  45. What are Dynamics?
  46. What are Major Sharp Keys?
  47. What are Half and Whole Steps in Music?
  48. What is the Chromatic Scale?
  49. What are the Major Scale?
  50. What are the F and G Major Scales?
  51. What are Key Signatures?
  52. What are the Circle of Fifths in the Major Sharp Keys?
  53. What are the of the Circle of Fifths of Major Flats?
  54. What are D.C., D.S., Coda, and Fine?
  55. What are musical symbol and Tempo Markings?
  56. What are Sixteenth notes and Rests?
  57. What are dotted eights notes?
  58. What are Intervals in music?
  59. What are Diatonic Intervals?
  60. What are chromatic Intervals?
  61. What are Triplets in music?
  62. What is Syncopation?What are Major Traids?
  63. How are chords related to keys?
  64. What is Chord Progression?
  65. What are Dominant Seventh Chords?
  66. What are Inversions of Dominant Seventh Chords?
  67. What are Augmented and Diminished Chords?
  68. How do you compose a Melody?
  69. What are Chord Progressions in Minor Keys?
  70. How do you compose a Melody in a Minor Key?

593- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS ANTHROPOLOGY…Anthropology is the study of various aspects of humans within past and present societies. Archaeology, which studies past human cultures through investigation of physical evidence, is thought of as a branch of anthropology in the United States, while in Europe, it is viewed as a discipline in its own right, or grouped under other related disciplines such as history.

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  1. What is Archaeology?
  2. What kind of a job can you get with a major in Anthropology?
  3. What kind of money can you expect with a major in Anthropology?
  4. What is physical Anthropology?
  5. What is Social Anthropology?
  6. What is Cultural Anthropology?
  7. What is Linguistics Anthropology?
  8. What is Biological Anthropology?
  9. What is prehistoric Anthropology?
  10. What are some of the theoretical issues of Anthropology?
  11. What is Anthropological Theory?
  12. How are Anthropology and History similar?
  13. What is Sociocultural Anthropology?
  14. What is Museum?
  15. What are some of the methods used by anthropologist to study the past?
  16. What do you need to know about Anthropology?
  17. What do Anthropologists do?
  18. What is Medical Anthropology?
  19. What is Forensic Anthropology?
  20. What is Business Anthropology?
  21. What is Visual Anthropology?
  22. What is Environmental Anthropology?

594- MAJOR SUBJECT…WHAT IS SECULARISM?..Secularism is the principle of the separation of government institutions and persons mandated to represent the state from religious institutions and religious dignitaries. One manifestation of secularism is asserting the right to be free from religious rule and teachings, or, in a state declared to be neutral on matters of belief, from the imposition by government of religion or religious practices upon its people.[Notes 1]

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  1. What is Humanism?
  2. What is Science vs Religion?
  3. What is Willful Ignorance?
  4. What is Atheism?
  5. What is Holiness?
  6. What is Rationalism?
  7. What is Empiricism?
  8. What is a Free Thinker?
  9. What are Scientists for Evolution?
  10. What is an Agnostic?
  11. What is Absolute Morality?
  12. Who was Robert Ingersoll?
  13. Who was Bertrand Russell?
  14. What is Prayer in Schools?
  15. Who was John Locke?
  16. What is Anti Vaxxers and Climate?
  17. Who was Thomas Payne?
  18. Who was Epicurus?
  19. Who was Charles Darwin?
  20. What is the Rise of Secularism?
  21. Who was Voltaire?
  22. What is Critical Thinking?
  23. Who was Marcus Aurelius?
  24. Who was Baruch Spinoza?
  25. Who was James Madison?
  26. Who was Waldo Emerson?
  27. What is Transcendentalism?
  28. Who was Thomas Jefferson?
  29. What is Secularisism?
  30. Who are the 25 most influential Atheists in the world?
  31. Who are the 25 most influential Humanist in the world?
  32. Who are the most influential Agnostics in the world?
  33. Who is Bill Maher?
  34. Who is Ronald Reagan Jr.?
  35. 22 COMMANDMENTS NOT FROM HEAVEN BUT FROM EARTH…write a half page essay on each of the Commandments listed below using only your ideas and opinions.
    These Commandments Were Not Given To Me By Any Gods; they Are My Own Opinions and Perceptions of business, economics, education, evolution, hate, history, health care, love, life, morals, philosophy, politics, religions, social customs, and science. I promise you no heaven if you follow these Commandments or no hell if you don’t
  36. 1.) Take thought not only for yourself of what you shall eat or what you shall drink or wherewith you shall be clothed and sheltered; but take thought also of how your fellow person shall eat, drink, be clothed and sheltered. By demanding the economic, social, and intellectual well-being of your fellow person, you guarantee your own.
  37. 2.) Be your fellow people’s keeper. In an interdependent world where even the buttons on your clothing and the soles on your shoes were probably not made by you, remember that the hundreds of item you enjoy every day were made by the labors of others the world over. Your happiness and well-being depend on the happiness and well-being of all people on planet Earth.
  38. 3.) Have peace on Earth by making certain there is a free path that leads from your door to anywhere on planet Earth you choose to go.
  39. 4.) Thou shalt not assault your fellow person with hand or weapon, except in self-defense.
  40. 5.) Thou shalt not kill; neither shalt thou antagonize other people to kill you.6.) Be perceptive of how your fellow people wish to be treated; then treat them accordingly.7.) Be not deceived about money. It is a medium of exchange, not a commodity. It is a fact: All goods and services are provided by the sweat of someone’s brow.8.) Be not deceived about death. Death is inevitable, and life is precarious. Do what you can. Think of other ways to do what you cannot, but do not worry about what you cannot do.9.) Be not narrow-minded about labels, isms, slogans or clichés. Use your mind to select the best mixture from the good in all things.10.) Do not overlook the two normal yet beautiful aspects of life: (1) Life is a process which has a natural beginning and a natural ending. (2) Your purpose in life is to write your own script, including your fellow people as co-stars. You alone play the starring role.11.) Thou shalt not steal; neither shall you make it necessary for your fellow person to steal by collectively denying him or her the right to a job.12.) Thou shalt not lie; language must be for communication, not for deception.13.) Be not completely opposed to new ideas. The inability to adapt to change is certain to bring a person’s downfall, since all things are continually evolving and dissolving. An idea can be sufficient for reaching a plateau, but it may not sustain forever that plateau.14.) Children, obey your parents; they have your best interest in mind. Parents, be sure you always have your children’s best interest in mind. Love, protect, educate, and provide for whom you are responsible and care about all children of planet earth as you do your own. Make sure your government does what you can’t do by yourself.15.) Blessed are they who are in the position of giving, rather than having to receive.16.) Be ye, therefore, an optimist. Rid your mind of fear, jealousy, hate, revenge, greed, superstition, anger, worry, animosity, pessimism and violence.17.) Thou shalt strive for natural immortality of the species. Use your mind to find a way to leave this planet and travel to another one when this planet becomes uninhabitable.18.) Be not deceived by devils and gods, they are merely creations of people; people are the measure of all things both good and bad. You don’t have to be godly, or Godly to be good. Seek wisdom, justice, courage, and moderation.19.) Thou shalt not rape or violate the age of consent.20.) Thou shalt not pollute the air, land, water or space of Planet Earth or any other part of the Solar System.21.) Be not deceived by esoteric claims of Angles, Devils, Gods, Prophets, and those who tell you that you were born in sin and need to be forgiven, which is pure nonsense; there is no haven and there is no hell, just lies so your life can be sacrificed to the follies of war and hate. Put these questions to thine own mind and seek to find the truth: Do I want to know the truth about everything or just prove that the ideas I already have about these things are correct? Can I lay aside the convictions of a life-time when I come into the presence of a new fact to find out whether or not it ought to change my point of view? Can I accept the truth wherever it leads? You were born good without any sin of yourself or anyone who came before you.22.) Be a good citizen. Obey the law. Make all of your protest peaceful!What if the world gave up on mythology and became humanists?SHOULDN’T THOSE WHO DO EVIL IN THE NAME OF A GOD HAVE TO PROVE THE EXISTENCE OF THAT GOD AND BE CHARGED WITH THE CRIMES THAT THOSE WHO TAKE THEIR ADVICE COMMIT?
  41. 1- EVENT…13 BILLION YEARS AGO… YOUR OWN IDEAS MAY BE AS GOOD AS ANY OF THESE…THE NO BEGINNING AND NO ENDING OF A RECYCLING UNIVERSE… All of the energy and matter in the Universe that exist have always existed, and will always exist. Space is infinite; it has no borders.Due to the curvature of space, about every 13 to 15 billion years, all the energy and matter in the Universe comes back together again and explodes in all directions from the center out going from zero to near the speed of light in less than one billionth of a second which recycles the universe all over again…INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the links below; Read and listen to all of the information, and then write a one page essay and Email it to Digital University of America.a-The Origin of the Universe – Stephen Hawkingb- In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. – YouTubec-In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth (4) – YouTubed-Greatest Mysteries: How Did the Universe Begin? – Live Sciencee.Big Bang – Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaf. What if the universe had no beginning? | Science Wire | EarthSkyg. What is an essay | Essay Definition – UK Essays2- EVENTS/IDEAS: FORMATION OF THE SUN…Nuclear fusion was started… all that is began to come forth. As the energy and matter cool, billions of suns begin to form. Atoms are created and combine to form hydrogen; hydrogen atoms fuse together to form helium; nuclear fusion is started; the lost mass is smashed into billions of particles, which creates gravity with a centripetal and centrifugal forces…a-How was the Sun formed? – NASAb-How the Sun was Born – YouTubec-Sun – Wikipedia, the free encyclopediad-The Sun – Universe Todaye- Do your own research…until you are satisfied with the amount of knowledge you have gained… and then write your essay.3- EVENTS/IDEAS: HOW OLD IS THE EARTH?…Scientists have calculated that Earth is 4.54 billion years old … a-Born out of the sun 2014b.How Was Earth Formed? – Space.comc.BBC Earth – Timeline – The Earth formed from a vast gas and dust d. A perfect planet…the formation of the earthYouTube4- EVENTS/IDEAS: PREHISTORY…THE ORIGIN OF LIFE ON EARTH In order for life to have gotten started, there must have been a genetic molecule.a..Prehistoric Time Line – National Geographicb.The First Living Things — The Outline of History by H. G. Wellsc.The Age of Lowland Life


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