4.02 Key terms

Term Definition
Purchasing The buying of goods and services for a business
Purchasing Order The form that a business fills out to order goods; may be the same as a purchase
agreement or purchase contract.
Purchasing Process A series of sequential steps taken by purchasing specialists to buy goods and
services for a business.
Reorder The reorder point (or reorder level) is the inventory level at which a company
would place a new order or start a new manufacturing run.
Cash Flow the total amount of money being transferred into and out of a business,
especially as affecting liquidity.
Inventory a complete list of items such as property, goods in stock, or the contents of a
building.
Usage the action of using something or the fact of being used.
Lead Time the time between the initiation and completion of a production process.
Supply Chain the sequence of processes involved in the production and distribution of a
commodity.
Incentives a payment or concession to stimulate greater output or investment.

Latin 5

Term Definition
Frag, fract, frang, fring To break
Flect, flex To bend
Di, dis, dif Apart, different direction, not, very
fid Faith, trust
Plict, plect, plex, pli, ple, ply, To fold, twist, weave
fin Border, limit, end
Flu, fluct, flux To flow
Cur, curr,curs, corr, cours to run
Vict, vinc To concur
Fort, force strong
Mob, mov to move
Retro Backward

7th Grade History 8

Term Definition
Cabinet in government, a group of people who take charge of certain duties
Domestic Policy a government's plans to deal with issues inside the country
Expedition a journey made for some special purpose
Interest the price paid for the use of borrowed money
Archives collections of important public documents, such as constitutions and other public records.
Currency The money used in a country
Public Lands property owned by a government rather than an individual
Joint Resolution an act of both houses of congress that has the power of law
Subsistence Farming a way of farming in which the farm produces just enough income to support the farming famiy
Revival meeting designed to reawaken strong religious beliefs

Stack #2604592

Question Answer
traveled to china to help his father and uncle fulfil the task to bring chistan .

adventure,riches ,his book

Marco Polo
to find the country of legendary and sailed the southern end of afica in hopes of finding asia

first European mariner to round the southern tip of Africa, opening the way for a sea route from Europe to Asia.

Bartholomeu Dias
was to find spices and gold and bring them back

christopher journeys marked the beginng of centuries of transatlantic

Christopher Columbus
to fine a route around africa and get goods

finding a route from portugal around africa and india. he was the frist to go to africa and india

Vasco Da Gama

westerrn passage to the indies

america was named after him

Amerigo Vespucci
to explore the new world and claim land

established north america and first landed by england

John Cabot
to reach asia and collect all the riches

he became a governor and explore the piacific ocean

Vasco Nunez de Balboa
to find india

looking for the montian fountain

Juan Ponce de Leon
find another route to spice ilslands

circumnavigate the globe

Ferdinand Magellan
sailed for new world and wanted to take over mexico

he took down the aztec empire

Hernan Cortes
to discovey land for spain

destorying the incan empire and leading for more explorations

Francisco Pizarro
find a new world for rich and a new route to asia

His exploration of the St. Lawrence River allowed France to lay claim to lands that would become Canada.

Jacques Cartier
to gte gold and exlpore what is now u.s

mapped a big part of southern u.s including mississippi

Hernando de Soto
to find 7 cities of gold,expand,make him and spain wealthier

first to european to explore the southwest and grand canyon

Francisco Coronado
to find our if tierra del fuego was an island or a larger continent

found a new land but not tierra del fuego

Sir Francis Drake
to find a northern path to orient and north west passages

he discovered thr hudson bay and accomplished 4 voyages and becaome a great captain

Henry Hudson

force and motion 2

Question Answer
instantaneous speed the speed of an object at one instant of time
average speed equals the total distance traveled divided by the total time taken to travel the distance.
mass amount of matter in an object.
inertia tendency of an object to resist a change in its motion
law of conservation of momentum states that the total momentum of objects that collide with each other is the same before and after the collision.
center of mass point in an object that moves as if all of the objects mass were concentrated at that point.
weight gravitational force between an object and earth.
force a push or a pull.
net force combination of all forces acting on an object.
displacement is the direction and difference in position between your starting and ending points.

Unit 1 Lesson 3 vocabulary for off and running

Term Definition
debate a formal public discussion about specific issues
prodded – base word prod to have strongly encouraged a person to do something
gradually- base word gradual done slowly over a period of time
decorated- base word decorate to have added things to make it more attractive.
shaken- base word shake to be emotionally upset about something
stalled- base word stall something that has come to a stop unexpectedly
inflated- base word inflate filled and expanded with aire or aother gas
scanned-base word scan you have looked at closely
beckoned- base word beckon to have signalled someone to join in or to come nearer

Immigration.Kohr Study.diaz

Question Answer
Why did immigrants go to America? Some immigrants went to America to seek religious freedom and others did not like the laws of their country
Many immigrants left their country; what did they expect would happen once they arrived ? The immigrants thought they could earn more money in America.
What countries did the immigrants come from? Immigrants came from China, Ireland, Germany Northern England, Great Britain, Mexico and Japan
What were the reasons that the Irish immigrated to America? The Irish were hungry and poor.
Why were African American different than immigrants? African Americans were forced to come to America as slaves.
Why did the Jewish people immigrate to the United States? Immmigrants came to seek religious freedom because they did not feel safe in their country
How did immigrants become American citizens? Immigrants went to school to learn English and had to live in the United States for five years
A famous immigrant newspaper reporter helped a lot of immigrants. What did he do? Jacob Riis took pictures and wrote newspaper stories about immigrants' crowded houses and brought attention to this issue
How did immigrants help build America? Immigrants contributed to America by becoming store owners, farmers, government leaders, teacher and doctors.
How did immigrants become productive citizens? As productive citizens, immigrants worked in factories, built railroads, and some became very wealthy (rich).
What was life like for immigrants? Many lived in crowded houses and worked in dirty factories.

Colonial Test Joanna Ledesma per.8

Question Answer
Tradesmen and merchants were part of what social class? Middling
What type of job did most people living in Colonial America do? Farmer
When did the work day started for typical farmer? Early morning
What did the Eastern Hemisphere gave the Western Hemisphere? Diseases such as smallpox and typus
What was one thing that the Western Hemisphere gave the eastern hemisphere that is called maize? Corn
Where did colonial men often go to discuss politics and business? Tavern
What was the main form of entertainment at parties?
What was Colombian Exchange?

Ela contract 6

Term Definition
Re Again
Dia Through across
Sym Togather
Hyper Over above
Ir Not
Repetition The of repeating something that has already been said
Dialogue Conversation between two or more people
Symphony Music composition for full orchestra
Hyperbole Exaggerated statements
Irrelevant Not connected with someone

Colonial Test Rodge Aspillaga

Question Answer
Where merchants and artisans usually lived and worked? City
tradesmen and merchants were part of what social class? Middling
What type of job did most people living in colonial America do? Farmer
When did the work day start for the typical farmer? Early morning
What did the Americas get from the Columbian Exchange? They got diseases such as smallpox, and typhus.
What goods did the Western Hemisphere got from the Columbian Exchange? The Western Hemisphere was delivered pigs as an Exchange.
What was the most important crop? corn
Where did colonists get their meat? hunting
Who founded Pennsylvania for the Quakers? William Penn
Which colony was considered the middle colony? Pennsylvania